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  • The Price of A Rogue Police Department

    The Price of A Rogue Police Department
    Seems like East Haven keeps finding new ways to demonstrate just how expensive, in both taxpayer dollars and civic reputation, a rogue police department can be. Based on all available evidence (and that includes a federal civil rights investigation plus...
  • US soldier's death a tale of war, terrorism hatched from afar

    WASHINGTON The suicide bomber who Bryan E. Hall died alongside him. But now, nearly six years after Hall was killed in Iraq, a Canadian resident charged with murder and conspiracy in the deaths of American soldiers, including Hall, is at the center of an...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown weighs parole for killer in controversial LAPD lecture

    Gov. Jerry Brown weighs parole for killer in controversial LAPD lecture
    Rene Enriquez boasts an impressive law enforcement resume. Author. Expert witness. Government consultant. College lecturer. But he achieved such respected standing because of his earlier life's work: Killer, drug dealer and Mexican Mafia "shot caller....
  • New FCC definition of high-speed Internet may affect Comcast-TWC deal

    New FCC definition of high-speed Internet may affect Comcast-TWC deal
    The Federal Communications Commission's new definition of high-speed Internet service could become a factor in Comcast Corp.'s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable. The FCC and the U.S. Department of Justice are reviewing the Comcast-Time Warner Cable...
  • Baltimore posting outcomes of police misconduct lawsuits

    Baltimore posting outcomes of police misconduct lawsuits
    After a two-month delay, Mayor Stephanie-Rawlings Blake has honored a pledge to post online the outcomes of all civil lawsuits alleging police brutality and other misconduct. A link to a searchable database is now listed on the city Law Department's...
  • U.S. has no idea how many fugitives Cuba's harboring

    U.S. has no idea how many fugitives Cuba's harboring
    The United States does not know how many fugitives are in Cuba. Nobody tracks it. Nobody even routinely asks for the return of those wanted on serious federal charges, much less more common state offenses, the Sun Sentinel has found. Law enforcement...
  • Despite hurdles, fans find ways to bet on Super Bowl

    His gut-level disdain for the New England Patriots would be reason enough for Bill West to get stoked about Super Bowl XLIX. But like millions of Americans, the Ravens fan plans to raise the stakes by putting a little money on the outcome. West's head...
  • Records: Teen killed by Denver police previously cited for eluding officer, resisting arrest

    A 17-year-old girl who was shot to death by Denver police while driving a stolen car was accused in a separate incident of eluding a police officer and resisting arrest just three weeks before her death, court records obtained Friday show. State troopers...
  • Exploding air bag may have killed Texas man

    Exploding air bag may have killed Texas man
    Federal safety regulators are looking into the death of a Texas man who may be the latest victim of exploding automobile air bags made by Takata Corp. of Japan. The man, identified by authorities as Carlos Solis, 35, died in a low-speed crash in the...
  • Seattle cop who arrested black man carrying golf club gets desk duty

    SEATTLE Facing mounting outrage, Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole announced Thursday the removal from street duty of a white patrol officer who made racially charged comments on Facebook within two months of arresting a 70-year-old black man for...
  • Inspector general report disputes allegations that US hacked reporter's computers

    A Justice Department inspector general report is disputing allegations by former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson that the federal government secretly monitored her personal computer. Attkisson, who has said her personal computer and work...