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  • Baseball goes to bat for steroid peddler Anthony Bosch

    Anthony Bosch steroid dealer, fake doctor and cokehead is not a guy who would normally elicit sympathy. But because he dished inside information about his big league customers, resulting in a record suspension of 14 pro ballplayers, he has powerful...
  • Scars, memories of beatings follow Dozier victims into their twilight years

    Scars, memories of beatings follow Dozier victims into their twilight years
    Before arriving at Florida's reform school for boys, James Griffin had never been whipped by a white man. Griffin was 16 years old and a truant in 1961 when an Orange County juvenile judge decided the black Apopka teenager's lack of interest in high...
  • Former Georgia congressman free from House ethics case

    With a new Congress taking office last week, former U.S. Rep. Paul Broun, R-Ga., left Washington without having to answer charges that he misused government money to help his failed Senate candidacy. Congressional investigators in October issued a report...
  • $150,000 settlement reached in Baltimore police shooting

    $150,000 settlement reached in Baltimore police shooting
    Baltimore City police Detective Calvin Moss, who has been sued four times in 10 years over misconduct allegations, have reached a $150,000 settlement connected to an incident in which he shot a man fleeing officers, according to court records. The...
  • AP source: Justice Department weighing criminal charges for ex-CIA Director David Petraeus

    The Justice Department is weighing bringing criminal charges against former CIA Director David Petraeus over the handling of classified information, a U.S. official said Friday night. Investigators have presented senior-level Justice Department...
  • Prosecutors recommend charges against retired Gen. David Petraeus

    Prosecutors recommend charges against retired Gen. David Petraeus
    Federal law enforcement officials have recommended prosecuting retired Army Gen. David H. Petraeus on suspicion of sharing classified information with a woman with whom he was having an affair while he was serving as CIA director, according to two...
  • Imprisoned Hamilton offers advice for McDonnell

    Imprisoned Hamilton offers advice for McDonnell
    RICHMOND — Former Virginia state delegate Phillip A. Hamilton, who got a prison sentence far harsher than the one imposed on former governor Robert McDonnell this week, has advice for anyone following the trail he blazed from the Capitol to...
  • Mayor cites mental illness as factor in Albuquerque police shootings, calls for legislation

    Albuquerque's mayor took to the airwaves to answer questions about officer-involved shootings after a trying week for the city's police force, calling on lawmakers to take up legislation that could help reduce police encounters with dangerous mentally ill...
  • Enough with the fake service dogs and 'emotional support' pigs

    Enough with the fake service dogs and 'emotional support' pigs
    Frequent fliers offer up a silent prayer each time they board a plane: Please, God, don't let me be seated next to a gregarious blowhard or a crying baby. Soon enough, they might want to add, or a pig. In November, a woman and her "emotional support...
  • U.S. Department of Justice intervenes in Redskins trademark dispute

    The U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday it would intervene in the ongoing trademark dispute over the name of the Washington Redskins. The government will defend the constitutionality of the Lanham Act, which was cited as the reason six uses of...
  • Defense contractor pleads guilty to bribes involving prostitutes, Kobe beef, Spanish suckling pigs

    Defense contractor pleads guilty to bribes involving prostitutes, Kobe beef, Spanish suckling pigs
    A Malaysian defense contractor pleaded guilty Thursday to a corruption scandal of epic proportions, admitting that he bribed "scores" of U.S. Navy officials with $500,000 in cash, six figures' worth of sex from prostitutes, lavish hotel stays, spa...