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  • Jesse Jackson Jr. gives prison preferences

    Jesse Jackson Jr. gives prison preferences
    If former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is ordered to spend time behind bars, he would like to go to either the federal prison camp in Montgomery, Ala., or the low-security portion of the federal correctional institution in Butner, N.C., one of his lawyers...
  • Two companies fined for violating Kansas No-Call Act

    Two companies fined for violating Kansas No-Call Act
    The Kansas Attorney General's Office has fined two out-of-state companies for violating the state's No-Call Act. Bene-Fit Health Products, Inc. of Kingsland, Georgia was ordered to pay the state $81,500 in penalties and fees for violating the No-Call...
  • Gang member gets life in Costa Mesa murder

    A Fountain Valley man was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for his part in the 1995 death of a fellow Vietnamese street gang member. Giang Thuy Nguyen, 37, had been found guilty April 10, 2012, of murder and...
  • Aftermath of a divided jury

    Aftermath of a divided jury
    They didn’t believe him. It is a hard reality for Shelley to swallow. The little boy sat in the witness box and told a jury that Dale Bradshaw raped him. “Now how do you not believe this child?” she asked. Yet doubts swirled,...
  • Moreno Valley councilman charged with fraud in mom's support pay

    A Moreno Valley councilman whose home was recently searched in a federal probe has been charged with fraudulently collecting $15,000 in home support services for his mother while she lived overseas. Marcelo Co, 64, was taken into custody Monday...
  • Maverick investor faces legal pressure

    Maverick investor faces legal pressure
    Two decades ago, he was one of three young traders who made $27 million in 22 days trading the stock of a bankrupt company on the Chicago Stock Exchange, becoming known as one of "the bad boys of arbitrage." Assessing that deal, a federal appeals...
  • Sandy Hook 911 debate pits privacy against public's right to know

    The same day the FBI released video showing Aaron Alexis hunting down people in the halls of the Washington Navy Yard, Connecticut law enforcement officials were defending their refusal to make public 911 recordings from December’s Sandy Hook...
  • Hearing delayed for Archie Karas, charged with cheating at blackjack

    SAN DIEGO — A court hearing in Las Vegas has been delayed until Thursday to decide whether a well-known gambler should be being returned to San Diego to face charges of cheating at blackjack. Anargyros Karabourniotis, 62, known in gambling circles...
  • McManus: Obama's IRS choice

    Message to the president: Resistance is futile. There are plenty of juicy targets for investigators in the IRS scrutiny of conservative organizations that applied for tax-exempt status, but the most dangerous for President Obama is this: Did bureaucrats...
  • Convicted rapist held on $500K in rape of family friend

    Convicted rapist held on $500K in rape of family friend
    A 35-year-old convicted rapist was ordered held on $500,000 bail after being accused of repeatedly raping a long-time family friend inside an abandoned home where he was living. Calvin Viverette, of the 1100 block of West 110th Place, was charged with...
  • Democrats have advantage, also vulnerabilities, in shutdown fight

    Democrats have advantage, also vulnerabilities, in shutdown fight
    WASHINGTON – If government agencies begin to shut down Tuesday morning, both sides in the political battle will be carefully parsing poll results, looking to see how upset the public gets and, importantly, who is getting blamed. Polls so far...