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  • CHP officer pleads no contest to sharing explicit photos of female arrestees, avoids jail

    MARTINEZ, Calif. The disgraced former California Highway Patrol officer at the center of a nude photo-sharing scandal that rocked the agency will avoid any jail time after pleading no contest Tuesday to two felony counts of secretly copying and sharing...
  • Georgia executes intellectually disabled man

    ATLANTA Warren Lee Hill, a man with an IQ of 70, was put to death Tuesday despite international protests that Georgia was executing a man with a child's intellect. Hill went to the death chamber without a word and was pronounced dead by lethal...
  • Kathleen Kane's woes traced to transcript's release

    Kathleen Kane's woes traced to transcript's release
    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's slide from political stardom to possible criminal defendant appears traceable to one place. The mirror. Had Kane, days after a newspaper published a story critical of her, not authorized...
  • Saints, Pelicans owner asks judge to deny heirs' request for medical records, control of teams

    New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by his recently estranged heirs who are seeking control of his NFL and NBA teams. Benson's lawyers filed an answer to the lawsuit in district court in New...
  • Ga. man executed for killing fellow inmate after Supreme Court rejects stay

    Georgia on Tuesday executed a man who killed a fellow inmate despite arguments from his lawyers that his execution was prohibited by the Constitution because he was intellectually disabled. Warren Lee Hill was put to death by an injection of...
  • Jury convicts 2 former Vanderbilt football players of raping woman inside dorm room

    A jury convicted two ex-Vanderbilt football players on Tuesday of raping a former student, rejecting claims that they were too drunk to know what they were doing and that a college culture of binge drinking and promiscuous sex should be blamed for the...
  • Virginia panel quickly kills proposal to limit high-rate loans

    It took less than five minutes for a House of Delegates committee to kill a bill to shut down a kind of high interest rate loan that keeps piling on debt even when borrowers make their basic monthly payments. The sponsor, Del. David Yancey, R-Newport...
  • Man sentenced to 15 years for role in 1990s sex-trafficking ring

    Man sentenced to 15 years for role in 1990s sex-trafficking ring
    A man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for his role in a family-run sex-trafficking organization based in South Florida in the 1990s. Rafael Alberto Cadena-Sosa, 46, pleaded guilty last October to one count of conspiracy and one count of...
  • Carjack suspect's cousin admits he helped him evade cops

    Carjack suspect's cousin admits he helped him evade cops
    A Broward County man pleaded guilty Tuesday to helping his cousin hide from law enforcement after a shooting and carjacking spree that left one man dead and several other victims terrorized. Jonathan Breedon Marion, 23, of Deerfield Beach, pleaded guilty...
  • Dispute over leaked FBI affidavit in Calderon case may be headed to L.A.

    A dispute over who leaked an FBI affidavit involving former state Sen. Ronald Calderon appears to be coming to an end in federal court in Sacramento, but an attorney for the lawmaker said the issue will be pursued before a federal judge in Los Angeles....
  • Jury picked in trial of former Sacred Heart hospital administrators

     Jury picked in trial of former Sacred Heart hospital administrators
    Testimony is scheduled to begin Wednesday at the fraud trial of the onetime owner of the now-shuttered Sacred Heart Hospital and two former top executives after a jury was selected Tuesday in federal court. Prosecutors allege that owner Edward Novak,...