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  • Happy Father's Day: Returning soldiers get first look at newborn children

    Happy Father's Day: Returning soldiers get first look at newborn children
    Stationed thousands of miles away in Afghanistan, Illinois National Guard soldier Paul Stansbury was crushed when he missed the birth of his son, Hunter, five months ago. His experiences as a new father were limited to a collection of digitized, two-...
  • Charges dropped against David Boyce in 1990 capital murder case

    Charges dropped against David Boyce in 1990 capital murder case
    NEWPORT NEWS — A man convicted of capital murder and robbery in Newport News more than 22 years ago, but facing the possibility of a new trial, had all pending charges against him wiped away at a court hearing Wednesday. David W. Boyce, found...
  • Review: 'Brains on Trial' on PBS

    Review: 'Brains on Trial' on PBS
    "Brains on Trial," Wednesday and Sept. 18 on PBS, offers a two-part look at "how brains work when they become entangled with the law." That is not the John Agar 1950s sci-fi flick it might first sound like, but a look at how recent research into...
  • Fisherman charged with witness tampering in poaching investigation

    Fisherman charged with witness tampering in poaching investigation
    A Tilghman Island commercial fisherman has been charged with witness tampering and intimidation in a federal investigation into alleged poaching of striped bass from the Chesapeake Bay, prosecutors announced Wednesday. Michael D. Hayden, Jr., 41,was...
  • Man accused of intimidation in rockfish poaching probe

    Man accused of intimidation in rockfish poaching probe
    As police investigated allegations that a Maryland fisherman was poaching rockfish, he was threatening witnesses in the hope the trouble would go away, federal authorities allege in charges unsealed Wednesday. The case against the fisherman, Michael D....
  • Maryland food stamp fraud alleged against Baltimore stores

    Maryland food stamp fraud alleged against Baltimore stores
    A federal grand jury indicted 10 Baltimore business owners or operators on charges of stealing nearly $7 million from food assistance programs by agreeing to debit cash for beneficiaries without selling food — then keeping a cut of the proceeds....
  • Man accused of stabbing another in Downtown Glendale

    Man accused of stabbing another in Downtown Glendale
    Prosecutors formally accused a 26-year-old man Tuesday of stabbing another man who allegedly made inappropriate statements about his girlfriend in downtown Glendale Friday. Anthony Cardenas, of Glendale, faces one count of assault with a deadly weapon,...
  • First witness testifies in Hague trial of Kenya's deputy president

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — An anonymous Kenyan woman made history Tuesday as the first witness to testify against a sitting government leader at the International Criminal Court in the Hague. The woman, known simply as Witness 536, testified for...
  • Navy Yard shooter 'had a pattern of misconduct'

    WASHINGTON — The 34-year-old former Navy electrician’s mate identified as the gunman who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard had been discharged from the service in 2011 after multiple disciplinary infractions, a Navy officer said...
  • Drivers warned of staged collisions; crackdown planned

    Drivers warned of staged collisions; crackdown planned
    Drivers in Los Angeles County were warned this week to be on the lookout for scam artists who stage collisions to collect insurance money. The so-called “swoop-and-squat” crashes, in which two vehicles work together to force a rear-end...
  • The International Criminal Court's risky move

    The Kenyan parliament's recent vote to withdraw from the International Criminal Court could undermine the trials of Kenya's president and deputy president. But even more alarming, the vote casts a shadow over the ICC's global mandate to effectively...