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  • Colorado attorney general again seeks to halt gay marriage in Boulder

    Colorado court tells county to stop issuing gay marriage permits
    DENVER (Reuters) - Colorado's top court ordered the Boulder County Clerk on Tuesday to stop giving out marriage licenses to gay couples while it considers an appeal by the state's attorney-general who says a ban on same-sex nuptials remains in force....
  • Preserving online accounts after death

    Preserving online accounts after death
    When Donna Johnson's father died suddenly of a massive heart attack, her mother tried to get access to his email account and digital photo repository. She wanted to pay bills and make sure that treasured family photos remained intact. Even though she was...
  • Testimony Wraps Up In New Britain Murder Trial

    NEW BRITAIN — The uncle of accused murderer Jonathan Gibbs took responsibility for the 2013 fatal shooting of Issaac Smith last year, Gibbs' ex-girlfriend testified Monday. "He said that he was the one who shot the gun," Jessica Crebase said....
  • 4th circuit ruling brings joy to some, upset to others

    Court ruling overturning Va. gay-marriage ban brings joy and ire
    One side was smiling, the other subdued as the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage, the second federal appeals court to reject state efforts to say marriage was just for couples of one man and one woman....
  • Chicago alderman arrested for DUI

    Chicago alderman arrested for DUI
    A Northwest Side alderman was arrested early Friday morning and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, an Illinois State Police spokeswoman said today. Ald. Rey Colon, 35th, was stopped about 1 a.m. Friday on the Eisenhower Expressway...
  • Federal decision in Virginia clears way for gay marriage in NC, official says

    RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper believes that Monday's federal appeals court decision on Virginia's gay marriage ban eventually will allow gay marriage in his state and Cooper has no plans to intervene. A three-judge panel on the...
  • Former Virginia governor, wife go on trial on corruption charges

    Former Virginia governor's marriage in spotlight at corruption trial
    RICHMOND Va. (Reuters) - Former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife were barely on speaking terms when they accepted $165,000 in gifts and loans from a vitamin company executive, defense attorneys said on Tuesday at the start of the pair's...
  • Convicted killer of NSU professor maintains innocence at death penalty hearing

    In a final bid to avoid the death penalty for the 2010 murder of Nova Southeastern University professor Joseph Morrissey, Randy W. Tundidor wanted to call a parade of suspected and convicted killers to the stand Monday. By the time the day's proceedings...
  • Federal appeals court strikes down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban

    WASHINGTON Appellate judges on Monday struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban, further teeing up the marriage equality question for final resolution by the Supreme Court. In a 2-1 decision, the 4th U.S. Court of Appeals concluded Virginia's marriage...
  • Jury acquits man in fatal shooting of former Simeon, Eastern Michigan football star

    Jury acquits man in fatal shooting of former Simeon football star
    A Detroit man charged in last fall’s fatal shooting of former Simeon football standout Demarius Reed was acquitted by a jury Monday evening. Ed Jemeal Thomas, 21, was accused of handing a gun to a friend who then shot and killed Reed during an...
  • Georgian prosecutors charge ex-president Saakashvili

    TBILISI (Reuters) - The prosecutor's office in Georgia has filed criminal charges against former President Mikhail Saakashvili in what the opposition says is a political witch-hunt by the ex-Soviet republic's new leaders. Dozens of former officials,...