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  • Jurors shown graphic photos of the dead in theater shooting

    The bodies lay where they fell, sprawled on steps or wedged between rows of seats, surrounded by spent ammunition, scattered popcorn and shoes left behind in the panic to escape. Prosecutors showed jurors graphic crime scene photos Thursday in the...
  • Officer in fatal arrest once hospitalized over mental health

    The highest-ranking Baltimore police officer in the arrest that led to Freddie Gray's death was hospitalized in April 2012 over mental health concerns for an unknown duration and had his guns confiscated by local sheriff's deputies, according to records...
  • Alleged abuse victims in Haiti to get day in court in Maine

    A federal defamation lawsuit may become the only venue for young men from Haiti to air abuse allegations in open court following the dismissal of a case against the orphanage founder accused of assaulting them when they were boys in Port-au-Prince,...
  • Testimony in marathon bomber's trial turns to sister-in-law

    Testimony in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev zeroed in Tuesday on his late brother's wife, revealing searches done on her computer on the rewards of dying as a martyr's spouse and raising questions about what she knew before the 2013...
  • Judge in Atlanta school cheating case reduces stiff prison sentences

    Judge in Atlanta school cheating case reduces stiff prison sentences
    In an unusual action, the judge presiding over the landmark Atlanta public school cheating trial changed his mind and on Thursday lightened the stiff prison sentences he meted out two weeks ago to high-ranking educators convicted of inflating students&...
  • Driver plowed into Venice boardwalk crowd 'in anger,' prosecutor says

    Driver plowed into Venice boardwalk crowd 'in anger,' prosecutor says
    Moments before bulldozing his car into people along the Venice Beach boardwalk, killing an Italian honeymooner, the driver told someone he wanted to run down a drug dealer who he believed had ripped off his friend, a prosecutor told jurors Thursday....
  • Court: Cop's wife can't sue for alleged retaliation against husband

    Court: Cop's wife can't sue for alleged retaliation against husband
    A judge has dismissed a former Lower Saucon Township council candidate's claim that her First Amendment rights were violated when the police chief retaliated against her husband, a police officer, for her opposition of a landfill project. U.S. Magistrate...
  • Philly Archdiocese monsignor headed back to prison on child endangerment charge

    Philly Archdiocese monsignor headed back to prison on child endangerment charge
    PHILADELPHIA — A Roman Catholic church official was sent back to prison Thursday after the state Supreme Court reinstated his 2012 child endangerment conviction over his handling of priest sexual abuse complaints. Monsignor William Lynn, the...
  • Judge adjourns Boston bomber trial until Monday after juror gets ill

    Judge adjourns Boston bomber trial until Monday after juror gets ill
    The penalty phase of the trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was adjourned until Monday after one of the jurors came down with what the judge called a temporary illness. U.S. District Judge George A. O’Toole Jr. did not...
  • Ex-FBI Agent Accused Of Perjury At 'Whitey' Bulger Trial

    Ex-FBI Agent Accused Of Perjury At 'Whitey' Bulger Trial
    A former senior Boston FBI official was charged with perjury and obstruction of justice Thursday by federal prosecutors who accused him of lying repeatedly when testifying two years ago as a defense witness for notorious Boston crime boss James "Whitey"...
  • Ex-FBI Agent Charged With Lying During 'Whitey' Bulger Trial

    Ex-FBI Agent Charged With Lying During 'Whitey' Bulger Trial
    BOSTON — A retired FBI agent who was once second in command in the agency's Boston office was arrested Thursday on perjury charges and accused of lying on the stand during the trial of gangster James "Whitey" Bulger. James Fitzpatrick...