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  • Michael Smerconish: California leads way in workable political initiatives

    With Election Day two weeks from Tuesday, I wanted to take the national pulse from California, where I just spent a few days. I know what you're thinking: California doesn't have a U.S. Senate election this year at the top of the ticket, Jerry Brown seems...
  • West Side woman held in stabbing death of boyfriend

    West Side woman held in stabbing death of boyfriend
    A 29-year-old Chicago woman has been charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of her boyfriend at their Austin home last week. Around 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Erika Jett, 29, and Rodney Wilson, 30, were engaged in an argument that later...
  • Red-light camera ruling impact still unclear

    Red-light camera ruling impact still unclear
    Q: Can you advise whether the recent ruling from the Fourth District Court of Appeals on red light cameras is retroactive, meaning the city of Hollywood needs to refund any citations issued in the past? — Paul Tubbs, Hollywood A: It's probably...
  • Halloween on TV

    The kids don't have to go trick or treating to summon a fun-filled Halloween. Television has conjured up their spookiest adventures to usher in that creepiest time of the year. Parents can suffer their own chills and far fewer calories in front of the...
  • U.S. top court declines Duane Reade executives' appeals

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear two former senior Duane Reade Inc[OKHLPD.UL] executives' appeals of their 2010 securities fraud convictions for inflating earnings at the New York drugstore chain. Anthony Cuti,...
  • Facebook sues lawyers for pursuing dubious Ceglia lawsuit

    Facebook sues lawyers for pursuing dubious Ceglia lawsuit
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg have sued several lawyers who represented Paul Ceglia, claiming they helped the upstate New York entrepreneur pursue a fraudulent lawsuit to extort a 50 percent stake in the social...
  • Death penalty fuels violence in Iraq, says U.N. report

    GENEVA (Reuters) - Iraq should stop its widespread use of the death penalty, which is unjust, flawed and only fuels the violence it purports to deter, the United Nations said in a report on Sunday. Sixty people were hanged in Iraq by the end of August...
  • Benghazi attack suspect Khatallah pleads not guilty to murder

    Benghazi attack suspect Khatallah pleads not guilty to murder
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ahmed Abu Khatallah, a Libyan militant accused of participating in the September 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, pleaded not guilty on Monday to 17 new charges related to the attack, including some...
  • Husband accused of slashing wife's throat goes on trial for murder

    SANFORD — Two men headed for work spotted a woman's body facedown on the sidewalk in front of the Miami Subs shop at State Road 434 near Interstate 4. Someone had slashed her throat. She was 42-year-old Sarah Yvonne Rucker, a Florida Hospital...
  • Voters face big decisions on 3 amendments

    Voters face big decisions on 3 amendments
    Florida voters have three far-reaching constitutional amendments to consider on the Nov. 4 ballot this year. One would earmark billions of dollars for land and water conservation. Another would decide which governor would appoint replacements for...
  • Hundreds of potential jurors to be called for accused Boston Marathon bomber

    Hundreds of potential jurors to be called for accused Boston Marathon bomber
    At least 1,000 potential jurors will be screened for the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a federal judge said on Monday, after attorneys for both sides asked for a wide-ranging jury search. The process of picking the 12...