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  • Trial begins for man charged with sending letters with powder, shotgun shells

    Trial begins for man charged with sending letters with powder, shotgun shells
    A River Forest man allegedly obsessed over taxes and oil prices waged a “campaign of terror” by sending more than two dozen threatening letters and packages, some containing powder or shotgun shells, to city officials and others, prosecutors...
  • California's lopsided politics yield little election intrigue

    SACRAMENTO — It has come to this: California politics have become so one-sided that the only half-way intriguing statewide races this spring are for two largely ministerial jobs. One is secretary of state. The other is state controller. Both...
  • U.S. drug clemency plan could reduce sentences of 200 Md. inmates

    U.S. drug clemency plan could reduce sentences of 200 Md. inmates
    The U.S Justice Department invited thousands of federal convicts on Wednesday to request their release from prison, a measure that could have an outsized effect in Baltimore, where U.S. prosecutors have worked closely with local authorities. The Obama...
  • Robert Hendrix executed for brutal Lake killings

    Robert Hendrix executed for brutal Lake killings
    RAIFORD — Nearly 24 years after he murdered a young Lake County couple, Robert Hendrix was executed Wednesday evening by lethal injection at Florida State Prison. Hendrix, who made no final statement, died at 6:21 p.m., 10 minutes after being...
  • Myles Malman, who led prosecution of Manuel Noriega, dies at 67

    MIAMI Myles Malman may not have been a marathon man, but he sure lived like one. As an attorney, he tried months-long cases, most notably the drug-trafficking prosecution of Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega in Miami. For clients, he traveled to New...
  • Iran prison chief replaced following turmoil

    Iran prison chief replaced following turmoil
    TEHRAN — Iran replaced its top prison administrator Wednesday after public protests alleging excessive violence against inmates at a prison that holds inmates detained for political crimes. The semiofficial Fars News Agency reported that Gholam...
  • Rebuke Of Eastern Professor Wrong

    I have been putting in seven hours of writing every day to finish a book during my sabbatical. While doing that, I take occasional glimpses at the mainstream media and just saw an emerging controversy emanating from Eastern Connecticut State University, a...
  • Man on trial for father's 2012 killing in Pasadena

    Man on trial for father's 2012 killing in Pasadena
    Angry at a father who had been nagging him about getting a job, Darius Rodmond Keenan Jr. allegedly killed the Pasadena resident with a single gunshot to the head in 2012, prosecutors claimed Wednesday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Keenan is...
  • Day care worker in prison for nearly a decade to be freed during appeal

    Day care worker in prison for nearly a decade to be freed during appeal
    A federal judge has ordered that a former day care worker convicted in Will County of killing an infant in her care be released from prison while the courts address her “substantial” claims of innocence. Jennifer Del Prete, 43, has spent...
  • Bond denied for man accused of leaving injured bicyclist behind dumpster

    A Pompano Beach man will remain in jail until he goes on trial for allegedly hitting a bicyclist, driving two miles with the injured man atop his car, then ditching him behind a dumpster, a court ruled Wednesday. Former restaurant chef Axel Esteban...
  • Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4

     Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4
    Jose Padilla, the convicted terrorism supporter from Broward County, is likely to be sentenced to a tougher term than the 17 years he's already serving after a Miami federal judge Wednesday scheduled a new sentencing date. U.S. District Judge Marcia...