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  • Mental evaluation ordered for Hampton man charged in deaths

    Mental evaluation ordered for Hampton man charged in deaths
    HAMPTON — A mental-competency evaluation was ordered Tuesday for a man charged with killing two men outside the White Oak Lodge last year. Rahmeal Latrey Perry, 18, of Hampton, is charged with two counts of murder and two counts of use of a...
  • Man who filed 1980's sexual abuse complaint 'livid' Scout leader allowed to lead York troop

    Man who filed 1980's sexual abuse complaint 'livid' Scout leader allowed to lead York troop
    YORK — A man whose sexual abuse complaint in the 1980s spurred the Boy Scouts of America to ban a man from Scouting for life says he's "livid" that the same man was allowed to help lead a Scout troop in York County for the past decade. That former...
  • In U.S. gay marriage cases, children emerge in the limelight

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With legal battles over gay marriage simmering across the United States, proponents are showcasing a group they had once sidelined: children. Lawyers are recruiting same-sex couples who have children, putting interviews with kids...
  • Parents of students lost on South Korea ferry press for investigation

    Lee Su-ha has been camped on the steps of South Korea’s parliament for more than a week. He has stopped eating and dropped 18 pounds. His hunger strike will continue, he says, until legislators authorize a special committee to investigate the...
  • Appeals courts split on exchange subsidies

    Appeals courts split on exchange subsidies
    WASHINGTON Two appeals courts on Tuesday split over the Affordable Care Act, reaching different conclusions about whether tax credits can help consumers buy coverage in the 36 states that use the federal health insurance marketplace, including Virginia....
  • Detroit workers, retirees give bankruptcy plan a boost

    Detroit workers, retirees give bankruptcy plan a boost
    (Reuters) - Detroit will head into the critical phase of its historic bankruptcy case next month with the backing of an overwhelming majority of its active and retired workers and with opposition from a small, hard-core group of hold-out creditors. It...
  • Ohio man sentenced to 30 years for enslaving woman, child

    CLEVELAND Ohio (Reuters) - An Ohio man convicted of enslaving a mentally disabled woman and her young daughter for nearly two years was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison Tuesday, according to a federal prosecutor's office. Jordie Callahan, 27,...
  • Jury to weigh murder in pig mask stabbing of 'messy' ex-wife

    MORRISTOWN N.J. (Reuters) - A prosecutor on Tuesday held up the rubber pig mask found on the face of a woman stabbed 84 times and told the jury in the murder trial of the victim's ex-husband it showed his contempt for the woman he called a messy...
  • NY judge throws out lawsuit by Empire State Building investors

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York state judge has thrown out a lawsuit in which longtime investors in the Empire State Building claimed they were shortchanged out of hundreds of millions of dollars by the real estate magnates who took the iconic...
  • Judge sets January start for murder trial of ex-NFLer Hernandez

    BOSTON (Reuters) - Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez will be tried in January for the murder of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd last summer, a Massachusetts judge ruled on Tuesday. Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh ruled at a...
  • U.S. Appeals Court Rules Against Travelers In $500 Million Asbestos Case

    A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered The Travelers Cos. to pay more than $500 million to satisfy asbestos-related claims stemming from the insurer's coverage of insulation maker Johns-Manville Corp, a policyholder that spent six years in...