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  • Businessman says helped ex-Virginia governor, wife as part of 'business relationship'

    Businessman says helped ex-Virginia governor, wife as part of 'business relationship'
    RICHMOND Va (Reuters) - The businessman at the heart of a corruption trial involving former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, testified on Wednesday he helped them out with gifts and loans strictly for the benefit of his dietary...
  • Judge: Jury will decide if Liberty student died of delayed drowning

    A jury must decide which of three medical experts is correct about the cause of 15-year-old Juanya Spady's death after he struggled in the Liberty High School swimming pool during gym class in 2010, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. Spady's mother, Mica...
  • Lake Harmony man faces new child porn charges in federal court

    A Kidder Township man faces charges in federal court that he enticed a minor to perform sexually explicit acts for the purposes of producing child pornography. Todd Kowar, 46, of the Lake Harmony section of the Carbon County township, was indicted...
  • Alleged 'pervy dad' ordered to face trial

    The alleged "pervy dad" from Nazareth must face trial on charges he tried to meet a 7-year-old girl last week for sex, a district judge ruled Wednesday. Brent Galletta, 41, allegedly placed an ad on Craigslist that said he was looking for a "pervy dad"...
  • Ex-Bucks teacher can't sue over blog, judge says

    A former Bucks County high school teacher who claimed she was fired for disparaging students as "frightfully dim," "utterly loathsome," and "whiny" in an online blog can't sue the district for violating her right to free speech, a federal judge has ruled....
  • GOP-led House votes to sue Obama in first-of-its-kind lawsuit

    The House vote to sue President Obama is the first such legal challenge by a chamber of Congress against a president and a historic foray in the fight over constitutional checks and balances. Wednesday’s nearly party-line vote followed a feisty...
  • After two-year battle with city, Longwood man cleans up his yard

    After two-year battle with city, Longwood man cleans up his yard
    After more than two years of battling Longwood City Hall, Florida's court system and his neighbors — along with racking up nearly $200,000 in code-enforcement fines — Sean Law has cleaned up his yard. "It is an improvement — it looks...
  • Drew Ferraro case moved to Burbank

    Drew Ferraro case moved to Burbank
    A Los Angeles Superior Court judge relinquished the case involving a former Crescenta Valley High student who killed himself after deeming it "too complicated," court records show. The case stems from the lawsuit filed against the Glendale Unified...
  • More judge picks, circuits 9, 18: Editorial

    Campaign signs for would-be judges have sprung up like wildflowers — or weeds, if you're not a fan of outdoor political advertising — along roadsides in Central Florida. But these races are too important to be settled based on whose sign is...
  • Writing dispute for film 'Belle' bubbles up again

    Writing dispute for film 'Belle' bubbles up again
    It should be one of the unqualified successes of the year — a period drama directed by, written by and starring women of color that found a large audience for a fact-based tale drawn from obscure history that shed light on the beginning of the end...
  • Criticism arises after children are rushed to see immigration judges

    Unaccompanied immigrant children apprehended at the border are being placed first in line to go before U.S. immigration judges under a new federal policy, prompting criticism from attorneys who say some immigrants have been given less than 48 hours to...