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  • Cousin tearfully testifies that man confessed to her that he killed cop

    Cousin tearfully testifies that man confessed to her that he killed cop
    Hours after police swarmed their South Chicago neighborhood when a uniformed Chicago police officer and a neighbor were gunned down, Timothy Herring told his cousin that he had killed both men, the cousin tearfully testified Tuesday. Meosha Menzies, now...
  • Demand For DNA Sample Starts Another Fight In Lapointe Case

    Demand For DNA Sample Starts Another Fight In Lapointe Case
    HARTFORD — State prosecutors want to collect a DNA sample from Richard Lapointe as they decide whether to retry him for murder, setting up another faceoff with the mentally impaired dishwasher's supporters, who claim he was wrongly convicted by...
  • Detroit boy found in basement says his home was 'terrible'

    A Detroit boy found in his basement after a highly publicized 11-day search told a judge Tuesday that his home was a "very terrible place" where he was beaten with a plastic pipe, forced to rise before dawn for workouts and isolated from other kids....
  • Boston Marathon bomber's defense lawyers say older brother controlled him

    Boston Marathon bomber's defense lawyers say older brother controlled him
    Defense lawyers in the Boston Marathon bombing trial used flickering scenes from a surveillance video Tuesday to help capture the troubled relationship between Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his older brother, Tamerlan. Filmed three days before the brothers'...
  • Testimony in marathon bomber's trial turns to sister-in-law

    Testimony in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev zeroed in Tuesday on his late brother's wife, revealing searches done on her computer on the rewards of dying as a martyr's spouse and raising questions about what she knew before the 2013...
  • The Latest: Theater trial adjourns after emotional 911 call

    5:05 p.m. MDT The Colorado theater shooting trial recessed for the day, ending with another emotional 911 call from inside the theater. Kaylan Marie Bailey, who is now 16 but was 13 at the time of the shooting, called seeking help for her cousin's...
  • Pompano Beach man pleads guilty to robbing bank

    Pompano Beach man pleads guilty to robbing bank
    A man who went undisguised during a bank robbery in Pompano Beach pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to committing the crime. Craig Joseph Naughtin, 43, of Pompano Beach, faces a maximum statutory sentence of 20 years in prison. Surveillance...
  • Price Tag To Taxpayers At Least $100 Million To Settle Unions' Lawsuit Over Rowland Layoffs

    Price Tag To Taxpayers At Least $100 Million To Settle Unions' Lawsuit Over Rowland Layoffs
    It will cost taxpayers between $100 million and $125 million to settle a 12-year-old lawsuit by coalition of unions against the state on behalf of more than 2,500 unionized workers who were laid off in 2003 by then-Gov. John G. Rowland, General Assembly...
  • Cost To Settle Union Lawsuit Over Rowland Layoffs: $100M

    Cost To Settle Union Lawsuit Over Rowland Layoffs: $100M
    HARTFORD — It will cost taxpayers between $100 million and $125 million to settle a 12-year-old lawsuit by a coalition of unions against the state on behalf of more than 2,500 unionized workers who were laid off in 2003 by then-Gov. John G. Rowland,...
  • Jury trials for medical lawsuits over BP oil spill approved

    Oil spill cleanup workers who sue BP for medical problems that surface later in life have the right to make their case before a jury, a federal judge has ruled. The BP oil spill medical settlement reached in 2012 was set up to pay cleanup workers and...
  • Russian arraigned in Virginia on new terrorism charges

    A Russian charged with leading a Taliban attack against U.S. forces in Afghanistan has again pleaded not guilty. Irek Hamidullin was arraigned on a new 15-count indictment Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Richmond. A five-day jury trial is scheduled...