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  • Edward Snowden won't face death penalty in U.S., Holder says

    WASHINGTON -- Edward Snowden will not face the death penalty or torture if he is returned to the United States to face espionage charges, U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. has assured his Russian counterpart in an effort to dissuade Moscow from...
  • Police make two more arrests in killing D.A. officials call a hate crime

    Los Angeles police on Thursday arrested two additional suspects in the murder of Glendale resident Joshua West, a violent killing that prosecutors have described as a hate crime motivated by West’s sexual orientation. West, 33, was beaten, shot,...
  • In Theory: Does God answer simple questions?

    A post has been making the rounds recently on social media sites such as Facebook in which a man asks God a series of questions and God answers. The man starts off by asking, "Why did you let so much stuff happen to me today?" He goes on to list several...
  • Bradley Manning's fate now in the hands of Army judge

    Bradley Manning's fate now in the hands of Army judge
    FT. MEADE, Md. -- Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's fate was in the hands of a military judge Friday after nearly two months of testimony in which he was portrayed by the defense as a well-intentioned soldier who wanted people to know the horrors of war and...
  • Two corrections officers resign after criminal charges brought

    Two corrections officers resign after criminal charges brought
    Two corrections officers at the troubled Baltimore City Detention Center have resigned after being charged with crimes, authorities said Friday. A Baltimore grand jury indicted corrections officer Sean Graves, inmate Michael Gordon, and a third man,...
  • TV commercials show race still a work in progress

    For the past couple of months, we've inhabited a George Zimmerman universe. The murderer's acquittal on the strength of a Florida jungle gun law was an outrage to the state and the nation. Since race was the reason for Zimmerman's interception of...
  • L.A. girl kept in metal box on pot farm for sex, authorities say

    L.A. girl kept in metal box on pot farm for sex, authorities say
    A missing Los Angeles teenager was sexually assaulted, kept in a metal box and forced to process marijuana for her two captors, according to a federal criminal complaint filed this week. Prosecutors said the girl was held by Ryan Balletto, 30, and...
  • Gurnee man charged in sexual assault of two girls

    Gurnee man charged in sexual assault of two girls
    A Gurnee man has been charged with sexually assaulting two girls who were both under the age of 13, officials said. Nyasha C. Mbawa, 19, of the 36000 block of Grand Oaks Court in Gurnee, was initially charged with three counts of predatory criminal...
  • Amanda Bynes' mental-health hold extended

    Amanda Bynes' mental-health hold extended
    Actress Amanda Bynes, who has been on a mental-health hold by Ventura County authorities since a bizarre incident Monday, will remain under evaluation for at least the next few days. A judge in Ventura County agreed to extend the mental-health hold at...
  • Ron Kaye: Glendale Power Assn. vs. IBEW

    Ron Kaye: Glendale Power Assn. vs. IBEW
    The moral premise of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 18 as often expressed by union boss Brian D'Arcy is clear and to the point: "My responsibility is to look after the welfare of my members." The narrow worldview that puts...
  • Prosecutors: Teen threw bleach on cabbie to escape $175 fare

    Prosecutors: Teen threw bleach on cabbie to escape $175 fare
    An 18-year-old Carpentersville man threw bleach at a taxi cab driver after he refused to pay for a $175 ride to the South Shore neighborhood this week, according to authorities. On Thursday, Oliver Dickens hired a cab driver from an Elgin cab company...