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  • Britain extradites terror suspect to New York; he pleads not guilty

    It took a New York jury just a few hours to convict an Egyptian-born cleric this year on charges he tried to set up a terrorist training camp in rural Oregon, and now one of his alleged co-conspirators in the plot is on U.S. soil after being extradited...
  • Judge Finds Woman Not Guilty Of Assault On Mother Because Of Mental Illness

    Judge Finds Woman Not Guilty Of Assault On Mother Because Of Mental Illness
    HARTFORD — A Superior Court judge on Tuesday found a 47-year-old woman not guilty by reason of mental illness of trying to kill her 70-year-old mother in West Hartford earlier this year. After a one-day trial, Judge Jose A. Suarez found that Gail...
  • Man admits hate crime in West Side attack on lesbian couple

    Man admits hate crime in West Side attack on lesbian couple
    On a mild July night, Quintas Lockett was walking home from a West Side liquor store with her girlfriend when the couple were beaten by an angry mob — a hate crime prosecutors said was sparked by a man who took offense at two lesbians strolling by....
  • Up to 1,000 potential jurors may be questioned for Boston bombing trial

    As many as 1,000 potential jurors may be called to fill out questionnaires that will eventually lead to the selection of a panel that will decide the fate of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, officials said Monday. U.S. District Judge...
  • Feds: Chicago-area man supplied heroin to Indiana dealers

    Feds: Chicago-area man supplied heroin to Indiana dealers
    Prosecutors and investigators say they have broken up a drug-distribution ring that bought heroin and other drugs from a supplier in the Chicago area and resold it in northwest Indiana. Nine people, including three Chicago-area residents, one of them...
  • Video of eyewitness shown in Puerto Rican club shooting trial

    Video of eyewitness shown in Puerto Rican club shooting trial
    The scene: The Bethlehem police station, two hours after a chaotic gun battle that killed one woman and wounded five other people. The cast: A witness, Jose Gonzalez, and two city investigators who suspect he may have been a gunman early that 2012...
  • Emmaus man sentenced for pumpkin patch assault

    Emmaus man sentenced for pumpkin patch assault
    A fight over prized pumpkins in an Emmaus pumpkin patch that left one man bloodied from an alleged knife attack landed in Lehigh County Court on Monday. Brian Golderer, 55, of Emmaus pleaded no contest to simple assault and was sentenced to 18 months...
  • Fatal dose of heroin given to Google exec was 'accidental,' attorney says

    A moment of panic led a high-priced escort to leave without calling for help after she gave a Google executive a fatal dose of heroin on his yacht, her attorneys said Monday. Alix Tichelman, 26, is accused of manslaughter, prostitution and drug...
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court suspends Justice Seamus McCaffery

    Pennsylvania Supreme Court suspends Justice Seamus McCaffery
    HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday night suspended Justice Seamus McCaffery, who last week publicly apologized for forwarding sexually explicit emails to a state employee. In its order, the court said it was suspending...
  • Oscar Pistorius gets five years for Steenkamp killing

    Oscar Pistorius gets five years for Steenkamp killing
    PRETORIA (Reuters) - A South African judge on Tuesday sentenced Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius to five years in prison for the negligent killing of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day last year. At the culmination of one...
  • Inmate charged with murder sought after mistaken release

    Inmate charged with murder sought after mistaken release
    A Baltimore man awaiting trial for murder was mistakenly released from a city detention facility Friday — an error that was not recognized for two days, according to corrections officials. He remained at large Monday night. Officials said they...