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  • Federal review of Las Vegas police sheds light on Baltimore probe

    Federal review of Las Vegas police sheds light on Baltimore probe
    In the darkness of a December night, Stanley Gibson pulled his 1991 Cadillac Brougham into an apartment complex far from the Strip's glitzy casinos and phoned his wife. The Gulf War veteran, who was battling a worsening mental condition, said he was lost....
  • Washington braces for results of Senate investigation of CIA practices

    Washington braces for results of Senate investigation of CIA practices
    After six years and a $40-million investigation, the Democratic-led Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to release conclusions this month from its controversial probe of CIA detention and interrogation of terrorism suspects overseas during the...
  • Attorney general pick Loretta Lynch would be first black woman in post

    Attorney general pick Loretta Lynch would be first black woman in post
    President Obama will nominate Loretta Lynch, the U.S. attorney in Brooklyn, to replace Eric H. Holder Jr. as attorney general, the White House said Friday, a historic choice that would make her the first black woman to hold the post. If Lynch is...
  • U.Va. and Virginia Tech men's basketball | ACC preview

    U.Va. and Virginia Tech men's basketball | ACC preview
    ACC As if anybody thought the Atlantic Coast Conference was lacking in riches in previous seasons, it officially has moved into Bill Gates-territory in terms of wealth of talent with the addition of heavyweight Louisville. With as many as 10 teams...
  • 2005 UNC basketball champs: 2 semesters, 35 bogus 'paper' classes

    During the season that the UNC men's basketball team made its run to the 2005 NCAA championship, its players accounted for 35 enrollments in classes that didn't meet and yielded easy, high grades awarded by the architect of the university's academic...
  • Obama to nominate first African-American woman for attorney general

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama on Saturday will nominate New York-based U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch to succeed Eric Holder as the nation's attorney general. If confirmed by the Senate, Lynch would be the first African-American woman to oversee the...
  • Who shot Osama bin Laden? Former Navy SEALs make rival claims

    Who shot Osama bin Laden? Former Navy SEALs make rival claims
    Members of the U.S. Navy SEAL commando team that killed Osama bin Laden at his Pakistan hideout in May, 2011 are making conflicting claims as to who actually shot the al Qaeda leader. The Washington Post published a story on Thursday quoting Rob O'Neill,...
  • Shazam Hits Movie Theaters with National CineMedia

    Shazam Entertainment has activated its partnership with National CineMedia, letting users of its smartphone app access content related to NCM's FirstLook pre-show at 20,000 movie screens across the U.S. Starting Friday, theater patrons can use Shazam's...
  • Banks boost FX settlement war chest to as much as $6.5 billion

    LONDON (Reuters) - Major U.S. and European investment banks this month boosted to as much as $6.5 billion their collective war chest for settling with global regulators who are investigating allegations of collusion and manipulation in the foreign...
  • Lake County Jail guards indicted in inmate's death

    Lake County Jail guards indicted in inmate's death
    Three years after a Lake County Jail inmate's neck was broken in a scuffle with guards, two former correctional officers have been indicted by a grand jury on official misconduct charges for their involvement, Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran announced....
  • Disbanding Ferguson police force may be easier said than done

    FERGUSON, Mo. If a behind-the-scenes effort is afoot to force out Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson and disband his police force, neither he nor his department is going quietly nor quickly. A series of stories in national and local media have reported...