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  • Iraqi woman involved in al-Qaida's 2005 Jordan attack named in Islamic State hostage crisis

    In the moments after her husband blew himself up in the ballroom of a Jordanian hotel as part of an al-Qaida plot, Sajida al-Rishawi fled the scene of chaos wearing her own explosive belt. The 2005 assault on three hotels in Amman, the worst terror...
  • Former CIA officer convicted of leaking secrets to reporter James Risen

    A federal jury Monday convicted former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling for revealing to reporter James Risen highly classified details of a U.S. operation designed to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program. Sterling, 47, of Missouri was convicted of six...
  • Arlington Heights police called many times before woman's hatchet slaying

    Arlington Heights police called many times before woman's hatchet slaying
    Local authorities encountered an Arlington Heights man at least a half-dozen times before he was accused of brutally killing his wife with a hatchet in Wisconsin last year, newly released police records show. Beginning in March, police were called...
  • Aaron Hernandez Prosecutors Want PCP Testimony Excluded

    Prosecutors in Massachusetts have asked a judge to exclude testimony from an Aaron Hernandez defense witness, a doctor expected to testify in the former New England Patriot tight end's upcoming murder trial about the effects of PCP on the human brain...
  • US announces charges in Russian spy ring case, say 3 defendants tried to recruit New Yorkers

    Three Russian citizens were charged Monday in connection with a Cold War-style Russian spy ring that spoke in code, passed information concealed in bags and magazines, and tried to recruit people with ties to an unnamed New York City university,...
  • Ex-CIA officer convicted of leaking secret Iranian operation; verdict could chill future leaks

    For years, ex-CIA case officer Jeffrey Sterling was the one under indictment but prosecutors' primary focus of pursuit was journalist Jeffrey Risen. Prosecutors believed Sterling leaked details to Risen about one of the government's most closely held...
  • Plaintiff says Scout leader's abuse made him a recluse

    Plaintiff says Scout leader's abuse made him a recluse
    The victim in a Boy Scouts sex abuse case, who is now 20, testified Monday that he became a recluse in his Goleta home after a 2007 incident in a local Christmas tree lot. The victim said that after he was molested by a volunteer Scout leader, he...
  • At InnoVida, the CEO hired Jeb Bush and went to prison

    MIAMI Jeb Bush was out of the Florida governor's mansion for less than a year when he signed a $15,000-a-month consulting deal with InnoVida, a Miami startup promising to revolutionize affordable housing with remarkably sturdy and lightweight building...
  • On Theater: You'll want to 'Witness' how this one ends

    Theatergoers who haven't seen Billy Wilder's 1957 movie "Witness for the Prosecution" will be highly engrossed by the stage version of Agatha Christie's chilling courtroom drama now on view at the Newport Theatre Arts Center. Even those who saw it and...
  • To build or not to build? Key issues and updates in the Keystone XL oil pipeline debate

    The Senate is closing in on a vote to authorize the Keystone XL oil pipeline, although Democrats temporarily stalled progress Monday. But the fate of the $8 billion project depends not only on what happens in Congress, but also in the courts, at the...
  • Conviction upheld in 1988 killing of racing legend Mickey Thompson

    Conviction upheld in 1988 killing of racing legend Mickey Thompson
    A state appellate court upheld the conviction Monday of a man serving two life terms in prison for the 1988 killing of racing legend Mickey Thompson and his wife. A three-judge panel from the 2nd District Court of Appeal rejected the arguments by ...