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  • Baltimore drug probe nets 16 indictments

    Baltimore drug probe nets 16 indictments
    Baltimore police broke up a drug crew they say was responsible for at least one homicide and heroin sales of as much as $10,000 a day in West Baltimore, the mayor and police commissioner said Thursday. "Because of this extensive investigation, we have...
  • U.S. to sue NYC over rights violations of teen Rikers Island inmates

    U.S. to sue NYC over rights violations of teen Rikers Island inmates
    The U.S. government will sue New York City over widespread violations of civil rights of teenage inmates at the Rikers Island jail complex, the Justice Department said on Thursday, raising the prospect of years of federal oversight of the troubled jail....
  • Pennsylvania couple plead not guilty in starvation death of disabled son

    A Pennsylvania mother and father accused of letting their 9-year-old disabled son starve to death last summer entered pleas of not guilty on Thursday. Jarrod Tutko, 38, and Kimberly Tutko, 39, appeared in shackles for their arraignment in the Dauphin...
  • Prosecutors introduce sex video, Internet searches in Phylicia Barnes trial

    Prosecutors introduce sex video, Internet searches in Phylicia Barnes trial
    Internet history on the phone of the man accused of killing Phylicia Barnes showed Web searches for forensic procedures and for books on high-profile killings such as the Casey Anthony and JonBenet Ramsey cases, a Baltimore police detective told jurors...
  • Uncertainty facing Central Florida gay, lesbian couples preparing for Jan. 6 weddings

    Orlando residents Bill Stevens and his partner, Bob Brings, plan to take a pre-marriage course next week. That way they can skip the three-day waiting period and get married on Jan. 6. Shawn Harrold and his partner, Ryan Gard, two Seminole County...
  • Boston Marathon bombing suspect appears in court as trial nears

    Boston Marathon bombing suspect appears in court as trial nears
    Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared in U.S. court in Boston on Thursday for the first time in a year and a half as a federal judge held a final hearing to discuss last-minute issues before the trial gets underway Jan. 5. The...
  • Pakistan angry at school killings, moves to execute convicted terrorists

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan Pakistan's government lifted a moratorium on executing convicted terrorists Wednesday and sought Afghanistan's help to find the mastermind of Tuesday's murderous attack on an army-run school in the northern city of Peshawar, as the...
  • Testosterone-cooking chemist pleads guilty in steroid case linked to baseball stars

    MIAMI A chemist who cooked up testosterone in his Miami-Dade garage that was distributed to pro baseball players such as Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in Miami federal court Thursday. Paulo Berejuk, who was the...
  • Ashley Sinclair's mom to killer: 'You didn't break me'

    Ashley Sinclair's mom to killer<b>: '</b>You didn't break me'
    Ashley Sinclair's killing didn't attract the attention of Central Florida's highest-profile homicides. But Thursday, friends and family made sure her killer knew the impact of the slaying. "When you took Ashley away from us, you hit us in the very...
  • White supremacist charged in Kansas deaths found competent for trial

    A Kansas judge on Thursday found that a white supremacist accused in the murder of three people at Jewish facilities is competent to stand trial, after reviewing a psychological report requested by his defense lawyers. Former Ku Klux Klan member...
  • Puerto Rican social club shooting defendant pleads guilty to sneaking cell phone into prison

    Puerto Rican social club shooting defendant pleads guilty to sneaking cell phone into prison
    Already facing sentencing in a bloody gun battle in Bethlehem, a Northampton County Prison inmate pleaded guilty Thursday to sneaking a cell phone into the jail last year with his wife's help. Rene Figueroa, 34, admitted to contraband and conspiracy...