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  • Doctor Gets 14 Years In Prison For Sexually Assaulting Patients

    Doctor Gets 14 Years In Prison For Sexually Assaulting Patients
    MIDDLETOWN — The woman looked Dr. Tory Westbrook in the eye and spoke slowly, with confidence. Referring to him as "Mr. Westbrook," she said he ruined her life by sexually assaulting her in an exam room. "Each day is still a struggle," said the...
  • A roundup of NFL players facing domestic violence allegations

    What's next in each case of NFL players facing child abuse or domestic violence allegations: RAY RICE Ray Rice is appealing his indefinite suspension from the NFL on the basis that he shouldn't be punished twice for the same incident. Rice was cut...
  • A Verdict Prompts A Question: How Did Rowland Not Learn His Lesson The First Time?

    A Verdict Prompts A Question: How Did Rowland Not Learn His Lesson The First Time?
    How could John Rowland tempt fate again, a decade after his crooked dealings with state contractors sent him tumbling from the governor's office into federal prison? How did he not learn his lesson? Why didn't he make the best of the golden opportunities...
  • Rowland Guilty Of Violating Federal Campaign Laws; Sentencing Dec. 12

    Rowland Guilty Of Violating Federal Campaign Laws; Sentencing Dec. 12
    NEW HAVEN — Former Gov. John G. Rowland, a political rising star who crashed a decade ago in a corruption scandal, fell again Friday when a jury in federal court found him guilty in a low-rent scheme to collect secret paychecks from rich...
  • Rowland Schemes And Loses Once Again

    Rowland Schemes And Loses Once Again
    There are second acts in American lives. After disgracing himself with a conviction on corruption charges a decade ago, former Gov. John G. Rowland had a second act. He has now blown that one, as well. A jury in U.S. District Court in New Haven found...
  • Baltimore judge approves $190 million deal on secret gynecological photos

    BALTIMORE (Reuters) - A Baltimore judge on Friday approved a $190 million settlement to compensate thousands of women who were secretly photographed by a now-deceased Johns Hopkins Hospital gynecologist during exams. The hospital and former patients of...
  • China hands drugmaker GSK record $489 million fine for paying bribes

    SHANGHAI/LONDON (Reuters) - China fined GlaxoSmithKline Plc a record 3 billion yuan ($489 million) on Friday for paying bribes to doctors to use its drugs, underlining the risks of doing business there while also ending a damaging chapter for the...
  • Testimony Ends In Sexual Assault Trial, For Now

    Testimony Ends In Sexual Assault Trial, For Now
    HARTFORD — The lawyer defending a former Glastonbury man on charges that he and his former husband abused boys they adopted through the state Department of Children and Families finished presenting his case Friday, but did not rest. Michael...
  • U.S.: BofA bid to void $1.27 billion fraud verdict defies common sense

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government said Bank of America Corp's bid to throw out a jury verdict finding it liable for the sale of questionable loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac before the financial crisis, which led to a $1.27 billion penalty,...
  • Judge approves $190 million settlement in Dr. Nikita Levy case

    A Baltimore judge on Friday approved a $190 million settlement between Johns Hopkins Medicine and patients of a gynecologist who secretly photographed and filmed women during exams — a ruling that victims' attorneys praised as a step in their...
  • Former UCF student guilty of battery, resisting arrest without violence

    Former UCF student guilty of battery, resisting arrest without violence
    Victoria King, the former University of Central Florida student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop on campus last year, was found guilty Friday of battery and resisting arrest without violence. The officer who stopped her, Timothy...