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  • Police: Man Faces 300 Charges Including Fraud, Larceny

    Police: Man Faces 300 Charges Including Fraud, Larceny
    WALLINGFORD — A man arrested in New York is facing more than 300 fraud and credit card charges, police said Wednesday. Sherlyn J. Oplan, 31, of New York, faces the charges in Wallingford, Ansonia and Orange, police said. The charges including...
  • Pressure cooker from 'suspicious' vehicle at U.S. Capitol destroyed

    Pressure cooker from 'suspicious' vehicle at U.S. Capitol destroyed
    A bomb squad safely destroyed a pressure cooker found in an unattended vehicle parked on the National Mall near the U.S. Capitol and the vehicle's owner was found and arrested, a U.S. Capitol Police spokeswoman said. Police Lt. Kimberly A. Schneider told...
  • Hillary: hiding in plain sight

    Hillary: hiding in plain sight
    In President Barack Obama's struggle with Congress to win fast-track authority on trade with 12 Pacific nations, a conspicuously missing voice has been that of his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, now a declared 2016 presidential candidate. It'...
  • Man flies gyrocopter to U.S. Capitol in apparent protest; charges pending

    Man flies gyrocopter to U.S. Capitol in apparent protest; charges pending
    A Florida mail carrier created a stir at the U.S. Capitol by flying a gyrocopter into Washington, D.C., and landing it just outside the building Wednesday, police said. The move was an apparent protest demanding campaign finance reform. Despite the no-...
  • John Kass: Hillary's just another average American who's awaited her due

    The magnolia tree in our front yard is bursting with color, all pink and white and signaling to the world that spring is here, and all I could think of was this: Hillary must be nigh. For I could all but feel her powers. Suburban Chicago, where I live,...
  • Man stole $489K from 401(k), then tried wiring money to China, cops say

    Man stole $489K from 401(k), then tried wiring money to China, cops say
    The U.S. Secret Service and Broward Sheriff's detectives are investigating the theft of nearly half a million dollars from a retirement account at a bank in Pompano Beach. Julius Reyes, 21, of Pembroke Pines, was arrested Monday and charged with grand...
  • Fox's new miniseries 'Wayward Pines' is good, creepy fun

    Fox's new miniseries 'Wayward Pines' is good, creepy fun
    "Wayward Pines," Fox's rising-panic journey through a spooky town nestled in a spookier forest, offers many attractions, not the least of which is its format. As many have already noted with unabashed relief, "Wayward Pines," which premieres Thursday,...
  • Man enters plea for possessing counterfeit currency

    A Manchester man received a suspended sentence for possession of counterfeit currency and was ordered to continue pursuing his substance abuse treatment. Charles Andrew Sies, 30, of the 4100 block of Hanover Pike, pleaded not guilty but agreed not to...
  • 'Master manipulator' gets 12 years for wide-ranging fraud scheme

    'Master manipulator' gets 12 years for wide-ranging fraud scheme
    Damian Gasdaska began selling fake Rolex watches shortly after graduating from DeSales University and the scope of his criminal enterprise grew from there, a prosecutor said. By the time he appeared Friday before U.S. District Judge Edward G. Smith,...
  • An embattled President Woodrow Wilson found refuge on Hampton links

    An embattled President Woodrow Wilson found refuge on Hampton links
    Seldom has any president struggled more with the burdens of his office than Woodrow Wilson in mid-May 1915. Already grappling with labor strife at home and revolutionary turmoil in Mexico, the president — like the rest of the country — had...
  • Obamas face big decisions about life after White House

    Obamas face big decisions about life after White House
    Presidential library? Check. Future home? TBD. The decision by President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, to build his presidential library in Chicago scratches one item from their to-do list for life after the White House. Remaining decisions...