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  • Broward Judge Imperato's job waits for her — for now

    Broward Judge Imperato's job waits for her — for now
    Broward Circuit Judge Cynthia Imperato will be back at work after the holidays, and it will be business as usual unless a higher authority intervenes, the county's chief administrative judge said Monday. Imperato, 57, was convicted Friday of two...
  • Don Tollefson seeking free legal counsel

    Don Tollefson seeking free legal counsel
    Holding a bible in one hand and standing on a chilly street corner in North Philadelphia, former Philadelphia sportscaster Don Tollefson on Monday spoke for 20 minutes about his struggles with alcohol and his faith in God. But he said little — and...
  • Canadian porn killer found guilty in Chinese student murder

    MONTREAL A Canadian pornography actor was Tuesday found guilty of first-degree murder in the grisly 2012 killing and dismemberment of Chinese engineering student Jun Lin. The 12 jurors, eight women and four men, returned the verdict against Luke Magnotta...
  • U.S. Representative Grimm says will not resign after pleading guilty to tax fraud

    U.S. Representative Michael Grimm of New York said he would not resign from Congress following his guilty plea on Tuesday to a federal felony tax charge. "As long as I'm able to serve, I'm going to," said Grimm, who noted he easily won a third term in...
  • Writer Wrong About Grand Juries

    The Dec. 5 letter “Writer Doesn’t Understand” asserted that "a grand jury, which is secret while in session, is much more detailed and definitive than a normal trial; and therefore it is easier to determine the truth." This is...
  • Despite Supreme Court order, Florida gay marriage ban back in court

    A tiny county in the northern Florida Panhandle, facing the prospect of court-ordered gay marriage going into effect next month, filed an emergency motion on Tuesday asking a federal judge to clarify whether it must marry all gay couples. The request...
  • Lawsuit: Aetna Drug Policy Discriminates Against HIV/AIDS Patients

    Lawsuit: Aetna Drug Policy Discriminates Against HIV/AIDS Patients
    A consumer organization and an anonymous HIV/AIDS patient are suing Aetna in federal court, claiming the insurer discriminates against people with HIV/AIDS by requiring them to buy medications through the mail starting Jan. 1. The plaintiffs say the...
  • Cuba releases Alan Gross; White House announces plans to re-establish diplomatic relations with Havana

    Cuba releases Alan Gross; White House announces plans to re-establish diplomatic relations with Havana
    President Barack Obama announced plans Wednesday to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, open an embassy in Havana and relax trade and travel restrictions — reversing more than half a century of policy aimed at isolating the Communist nation...
  • Relatives of Baltimore murder victims struggle with grief

    Relatives of Baltimore murder victims struggle with grief
    When Alice Oaks' older son was shot to death in Baltimore in 2008, she said her goodbye at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He lay there, a tube still in his mouth, and it seemed to her that his body was glowing. She felt numb. She bent over and kissed...
  • Navy engineer pleads not guilty to charges

    Navy engineer pleads not guilty to charges
    A York County man accused of attempting to send to Egypt sensitive designs for the nation's newest aircraft carrier pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the two federal charges against him. Mostafa Ahmed Awwad — who until two weeks ago was an...
  • Chicago couple found guilty in grant scam case with ties to Obama friend Whitaker

    Chicago couple found guilty in grant scam case with ties to Obama friend Whitaker
    A federal jury Wednesday found a Chicago couple guilty on all counts in a state grant scam trial that featured testimony about power, money and sex and saw a high-profile ruling that one of President Barack Obama's golfing buddies was a hostile witness....