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  • Federal appeals court could rule soon on Texas abortion law

    Federal appeals court could rule soon on Texas abortion law
    A federal appeals court in New Orleans had yet to rule Wednesday on Texas officials' request for an emergency order allowing a set of new abortion restrictions to take effect in their state as scheduled. On Monday, a federal judge in Texas issued a...
  • NYPD: Man kills woman, four children with butcher knife

    A man was arrested on suspicion of murdering a mother and her four young children Saturday night in their Brooklyn apartment with a butcher knife, police said Sunday. Mingdong Chen, 25, reportedly a cousin of the children's father, was arrested at the...
  • Eighth person is charged in NYC motorcycle gang attack on SUV

    Eighth person is charged in NYC motorcycle gang attack on SUV
    A Brooklyn man charged with assault in connection with last month’s motorcycle gang attack pleaded not guilty in a Manhattan court Saturday. Kaliq Douglas, 28, was arrested Friday night and faces two felony charges for gang assault and assault,...
  • Mobile app will let California police check records from field

    California law enforcement officers will soon have access to a mobile app allowing them to check state and federal criminal databases from the field, officials announced Monday. California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris said the "JusticeMobile" app --...
  • New York's stop-and-frisk ruling blocked

    NEW YORK — In a highly unusual move, an appeals court Thursday blocked a judge's ruling that would have required changes to New York's controversial stop-and-frisk policy and also removed the judge from the case. U.S. District Judge Shira...
  • 'Grimm' actor has a history with horror

    'Grimm' actor has a history with horror
    As a child, David Giuntoli consumed a steady media diet of horror films like "Carrie," "The Shining" and "The Exorcist." The films scared the heck out of him, he said, but like a kid in a (really spooky) candy store, he couldn't help himself from...
  • Television review: New 'Ironside' rolls onto scene with new attitude

    "Ironside," the Universal-produced TV series about a wheelchair-bound police detective that ran from 1967 to 1975 on NBC, has been chopped, channeled and reupholstered as "Ironside," a Universal-produced TV series about a wheelchair-bound police detective...
  • Tucson school board lifts ban on Latino studies books

    Tucson school board lifts ban on Latino studies books
    The Tucson Unified School District has voted to rescind its ban on seven books, including several canonical works of Chicano history, that were ordered removed from classrooms last year as part of a conservative-led backlash against the teaching of ethnic...
  • 'Borgia' Thesp Rafael Cebrian: International Star You Should Know

    CLAIM TO FAME The multitalented Cebrian is co-founder and percussionist for the Monomes, whose music is included in the soundtrack of 2012 Spanish feature toon "Tad, the Lost Explorer." As an actor, he appears in Spanish sitcom "Los Serrano." CROSSING...
  • William Torres: International Executive You Should Know

    Cine Colombia has become the first major exhibitor in Latin America to go all digital, and William Torres is at the center of the process. The move is a sign of the burgeoning Colombian economy, which has been boosted by huge improvements in security,...
  • Why Broadcast TV Lost Its Edge After 'NYPD Blue'

    When "NYPD Blue" made its debut 20 years ago, some of the predictions were nothing short of apocalyptic. The New York Times wondered whether the boundary-pushing police drama would put network standards-and-practices execs out of business under the...