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  • Jimmy Smits headed to Steppenwolf stage

    Jimmy Smits headed to Steppenwolf stage
    Jimmy Smits, known for his TV work on "L.A. Law," "NYPD Blue," and "The West Wing" is headed to the stage of the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago. Smits, who appeared on Broadway in "Anna and the Tropics" and "God of Carnage" but has not worked in...
  • Carlos Danger Night? Carolina Mudcats say bring your mustache

    DURHAM, N.C. - The infamy of Carlos Danger has extended all the way to the lower rungs of baseball’s minor leagues. Carlos Danger is, of course, the doppelganger used by former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner, a New York Democrat, while he was sending...
  • Actor Chris Meloni leases compound in Beverly Hills

    Actor Chris Meloni and his wife, Sherman Williams, have leased a gated compound in Beverly Hills. The Spanish-style house, built in 1929, belongs to dancer-actor-choreographer Grover Dale and had been listed at $25,000 a month for a one-year-plus term....
  • Muslims sue NYPD over monitoring of mosques, congregants

    Muslims sue NYPD over monitoring of mosques, congregants
    New York Muslims have filed a federal lawsuit against the New York Police Department over the department's surveillance of Muslims, which they called invasive and unconstitutional. The public debate over government surveillance has crescendoed over...
  • Defense seeks to show Bradley Manning was emotionally unstable

    FT. MEADE, Md.—Several months before he started providing highly classified data to WikiLeaks, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning erupted violently against one of his superiors in Iraq, pounding his fists, flipping a table with government computers, and...
  • Poll: Weiner fades, new Democratic leader emerges in NYC mayoral race

    Poll: Weiner fades, new Democratic leader emerges in NYC mayoral race
    New York City's most controversial candidate for mayor, Anthony Weiner, has fallen behind in the Democratic field, and there's a new leader in the race, according to a Quinnipiac poll. Bill de Blasio, an unabashed liberal and the city's current public...
  • FBI releases serial killer Israel Keyes' interrogation tapes

    FBI releases serial killer Israel Keyes' interrogation tapes
    Officials now believe that an Alaskan serial killer claimed at least 11 victims across the United States over more than a decade of violence before his arrest and jailhouse suicide last year. Yet only three of Israel Keyes' victims have been identified,...
  • Officials: New York City police fatally shoot armed 14-year-old boy

    Rookie New York police officers shot and killed a 14-year-old boy before dawn Sunday as he chased and shot at another young man, authorities said. Two recent Police Academy graduates heard gunshots around 3 a.m. in the South Bronx, authorities said, and...
  • North Carolina's governor signs sweeping voter ID bill into law

    DURHAM, N.C.--One of the nation’s most restrictive voter ID bills was signed into law Monday by North Carolina's Gov. Pat McCrory, a Republican. The new law requires voters to show government-issued ID cards, with polling places not allowed to...
  • On policing, New York should look to L.A.

    New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Monday insisted that his city's "stop and frisk" police practices were constitutional, despite a federal judge's finding that they were racially discriminatory and violated the 4th and 14th Amendments. But it's...
  • Bloomberg blasts ruling against NYPD's stop-and-frisks

    A federal judge struck down the New York Police Department's highly contentious stop-and-frisk policy Monday, prompting an allegation of bias and the promise of an appeal by New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. Civil liberties advocates hailed...