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On Monday morning, Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. According to a transcript of that proceeding, a magistrate at Tsarnaev's hospital bedside read him the Miranda warning, informing him of his...
BOSTON (AP) — Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged in his hospital room Monday with using a weapon of mass destruction to kill — a crime that carries a possible death sentence. Tsarnaev, 19, was accused by federal...
CAIRO -- Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was ordered back to Tora Prison after a medical report Wednesday determined that he no longer needed advanced treatment at a military hospital along the Nile. A probe by the general prosecutor’s...
Tags: Hosni Mubarak, Egypt, Lawyers, Punishment, Mohamed Morsi
A terrorism consultant will be allowed to testify only on certain topics during the murder trial of the Army doctor charged in the deadly 2009 shooting at Ft. Hood in Texas, a military judge ruled Tuesday. In the trial of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan,...
Tags: Trials, Punishment, U.S. Military, Nidal Malik Hasan, Murder
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul got a lot of attention Wednesday for mounting an honest-to-God filibuster of President Barack Obama's nominee for CIA director, John Brennan. The nation's political class marveled at his real-life Mr. Smith act, the funny stuff his...
HOUSTON — A military judge ruled Thursday that an Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly 2009 shooting at Ft. Hood in Texas will stand trial in three months. Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, 42, is charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32...
Tags: Wars and Interventions, Witnesses, Litigation, Trials, Judges
ELGIN, Texas — Before he shot the pig with a million volts of electricity, James Culp bowed his head in prayer. “Dear heavenly father, I ask you to guide my hand and render this test successful. Thank you for the justice that’s brought...
William H. Ginsburg, a seasoned medical malpractice attorney who bolted to national prominence in the brutal arena of Washington politics as Monica Lewinsky's lawyer, died Monday at his home in Sherman Oaks. He was 70. The cause was cancer, said his...
Tags: Laws, U.S. Army, AIDS, Trials, Hospitals and Clinics
A military judge ruled Wednesday that an Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly 2009 shooting at Ft. Hood could not plead guilty and that the trial would stay at the Texas base, officials said. Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, 42, is charged with 13 counts of...
Tags: U.S. Army, Wars and Interventions, Trials, Judges, Death Penalty
The recent arraignment of Sulaiman abu Ghaith in a New York courtroom was an important moment in the ongoing effort to bring senior Al Qaeda figures to justice. But that's not how everyone saw it. Critics complain that he should have been taken to...
RAMALLAH, West Bank – A Palestinian from the West Bank who has been on a hunger strike in Israeli jails since July 1 was released Sunday under an agreement to resettle in the Gaza Strip, according to Palestinian officials. Ayman Sharawna, 36, a...
Tags: Hamas, Gaza Strip, West Bank, Strikes, Prisons
When Matthew Ford returned from vacation in late February, one of the first things he did was call the U.S. Board of Veterans' Appeals to check the status of his disability benefits appeal. He really wasn't expecting an answer, so he wasn't shocked when...
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