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  • Tension in court as 4 Minnesota men held on terror charges

    Attorneys for four Minnesota men accused of trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group questioned the government's use of a paid informant, and argued Thursday that the case against their clients is slim. But U.S. Magistrate Judge Becky...
  • Petraeus sentenced to 2 years' probation for military leak

    His outstanding career in the military and national security has been ruined; so have his political aspirations, because he provided classified information to his mistress. But when former CIA Director David Petraeus was sentenced Thursday to two years'...
  • Germany: Defendant regrets death of female student

    An 18-year-old man on trial over the death of German-Turkish student Tugce Albayrak said Friday that he regretted his actions. The defendant, identified only as Sanel M., told a regional court in Darmstadt on the opening day of his trial that he...
  • Attorney wants Slender Man suspect moved for psych treatment

    Attorney wants Slender Man suspect moved for psych treatment
    The attorney for a 12-year-old girl accused of stabbing a classmate to please the Internet horror character Slender Man plans to ask a court to move his client from juvenile detention to a residential psychiatric treatment center. Anthony Cotton also...
  • Former North Chicago school board member sentenced

    A former member of the school board in North Chicago has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for taking kickbacks on school-bus contracts. The FBI says 63-year-old Alice Sherrod of North Chicago was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Chicago....
  • Execute Tsarnaev? Whatever. But kill the death penalty

    Execute Tsarnaev? Whatever. But kill the death penalty
    I'm OK with most executions. It's the death penalty I can't stand. Champions of capital punishment seem to think they have a trump card in Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, whose active participation in the 2013 terrorist attack is undisputed....
  • Judges toss out Anne Arundel rezoning case

    Judges toss out Anne Arundel rezoning case
    The Court of Appeals has tossed out two cases filed by Anne Arundel County residents who challenged comprehensive rezoning decisions by the County Council. Two opinions issued by Maryland's highest court Tuesday ruled residents could not sue the...
  • Chase Rogers Easily Gains Confirmation As Chief Justice

    Chase Rogers Easily Gains Confirmation As Chief Justice
    HARTFORD — The state House of Representatives approved the nomination of Chase T. Rogers as chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court on Wednesday by a wide margin. Rogers has enjoyed bipartisan support through the years, but her appointment...
  • Menendez lawyer could seek venue change for corruption trial

    A lawyer representing indicted Sen. Bob Menendez told a judge Wednesday he is considering filing a motion to have the upcoming corruption trial moved out of New Jersey and possibly to Florida, where the investigation into Menendez's relationship with a...
  • Wife of slain Bell Gardens mayor indicted on manslaughter charge

    Wife of slain Bell Gardens mayor indicted on manslaughter charge
    Since Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo was gunned down by his wife last year, she has waged a public battle with his brother over who was to blame. William Crespo has accused his sister-in-law of killing the mayor in cold blood. Lyvette Crespo has...
  • East Hartford Sex Offender Headed Back To Prison

    East Hartford Sex Offender Headed Back To Prison
    HARTFORD — An East Hartford man already on the sex offender registry for sexually assaulting a child in 2006 was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison and five years of probation for inappropriately touching a 13-year-old girl. Miguel A....