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  • Robin Thicke on 'Blurred Lines': 'I was high on Vicodin and alcohol'

    Robin Thicke claims he was a little blurry himself during the recording of the hit single "Blurred Lines," according to a new deposition from the singer. Thicke's comments surfaced Monday as part of a lawsuit between the writers of the summer-dominating...
  • Film Review: 'Factory Boss'

    The title figure in "Factory Boss" is one who normally garners little sympathy, particularly in the West, where cheap Chinese labor has undercut local production. Yet helmer Zhang Wei and thesp Yao Anlian create a complex character virtually impossible...
  • NY attorney general sues Actavis and Forest Labs over Alzheimer's drug

    (Reuters) - The attorney general of New York filed a lawsuit against Actavis Plc and its subsidiary to stop the companies from discontinuing its Alzheimer's drug, alleging that they were trying to maintain a monopoly position illegally. Eric...
  • Appeals court judges run to keep their jobs

    Appeals court judges run to keep their jobs
    Most elections give voters a choice between two candidates. But when it comes to the judges running for re-election to the appeals court, the rules are a little different. When voters decide whether Fourth District Court of Appeal judges Alan Forst,...
  • Adrian Peterson says he's 'not a child abuser;' NFL to investigate case

    Adrian Peterson was back in the building Monday, reinstated by the Vikings less than 24 hours after a 30-7 loss to the New England Patriots without their star running back. But Peterson, who is facing a felony charge in Texas of injuring one of his...
  • Adrian Peterson and other NFL defendants shouldn't play

    Adrian Peterson and other NFL defendants shouldn't play
    Most rules of football are precise, as are the punishments for committing penalties. But some infractions are judgment calls. The ball is snapped, a linebacker blitzes and the quarterback goes down in a heap: clean hit … or cheap shot? Referees...
  • San Diego County man gets 10 years in death of girlfriend by cannon

    San Diego County man gets 10 years in death of girlfriend by cannon
    A 41-year-old handyman and explosives enthusiast was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for the incident in which a blast from his homemade cannon ripped through his trailer and killed his girlfriend. Richard Fox pleaded guilty in July to felony...
  • Grand jury now has until January to decide whether to charge Ferguson officer

    Grand jury now has until January to decide whether to charge Ferguson officer
    CLAYTON, Mo. The grand jury considering whether Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson should be criminally charged in the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown now has until Jan. 7 to decide. The extension of the grand jurors' term of duty...
  • Mistrial Declared In Murder Case Against Alleged Hartford Gang Leader

    Mistrial Declared In Murder Case Against Alleged Hartford Gang Leader
    HARTFORD — A judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the murder case against Donald Raynor, an alleged city gang leader, when the jury could not reach a unanimous verdict. Raynor, wearing a dark blue suit, smiled at his attorneys as judge Edward J....
  • White supremacist Matthew Hale wants to play violin in solitary

    White supremacist Matthew Hale wants to play violin in solitary
    Years before he was convicted of plotting to kill a Chicago federal judge, white supremacist Matthew Hale was an accomplished violinist said to favor the wistful and passionate concertos of Tchaikovsky. Now Hale wants to take up the instrument again...
  • Wife asks to withdraw plea in plot to kill murder witnesses

    Wife asks to withdraw plea in plot to kill murder witnesses
    The informant who recorded Sonia Panell plotting to kill three key witnesses in her husband's murder case was desperate for money when he agreed to wear a wire for the FBI, the Carbon County woman's lawyer said in a request to withdraw Panell's guilty...