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  • Bradley Manning sentencing: Ex-general says leaks endangered troops

    Bradley Manning sentencing: Ex-general says leaks endangered troops
    FT. MEADE, Md. -- Retired Army Brig. Gen. Robert A. Carr, the government’s first witness in the sentencing phase of Pfc. Bradley Manning’s court-martial, testified Wednesday that Manning’s disclosures to WikiLeaks endangered U.S....
  • O.J. Simpson paroled on a few convictions but still owes jail time

    O.J. Simpson paroled on a few convictions but still owes jail time
    LAS VEGAS -- For the first time in a long while, O.J. Simpson got a bit of favorable legal news Wednesday when Nevada officials granted him parole on several of his 2008 convictions for kidnapping and armed robbery stemming from his attempt to retrieve...
  • Trayvon Martin's hoodie to be displayed at Smithsonian museum?

    Trayvon Martin's hoodie, which has become a symbol for race relations in America, could be headed to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. The director of the Institution's coming National Museum of African American History and Culture said...
  • Kris Jenner fires back on Obama's remarks about Kardashian, West

    Kris Jenner fires back on Obama's remarks about Kardashian, West
    Kris Jenner had some strong words for President Obama after he took aim at her daughter Kim Kardashian and rapper-boyfriend Kanye West. The president, who has previous decried West as a "jackass" when the rapper famously upstaged Taylor Swift, was...
  • 'Lizzie Borden' lives again in musical's revival

     'Lizzie Borden' lives again in musical's revival
    Lizzie Borden took an ax And gave her mother forty whacks… So begins the gruesome rhyme used for generations by children skipping rope. It's the prose that piqued the curiosity of local playwright-director Michael Wanzie and composer Rich...
  • Lamar Odom could hire super-lawyer Robert Shapiro -- with a big 'if'

    Lamar Odom could hire super-lawyer Robert Shapiro -- with a big 'if'
    Veteran NBA player Lamar Odom's loved ones may want former O.J. Simpson attorney and LegalZoom founder Robert Shapiro to represent Odom in his DUI arrest. But Shapiro says that these days he is not about getting his clients the least amount of...
  • Lamar Odom hires former O.J. Simpson lawyer and is getting treatment

    Lamar Odom hires former O.J. Simpson lawyer and is getting treatment
    Lamar Odom, who was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving last week, is receiving treatment and has hired O.J. Simpson's one-time attorney to represent him. Two sources told The Times that Odom is getting treatment for his problems but is not in rehab....
  • Prostitutes feared San Bernardino cop, prosecutors say

    The two prostitutes listed in the indictment of a former San Bernardino police officer for alleged sex abuse told investigators they endured forced sex acts with the man out of fear of retaliation. Federal offiicals on Thursday announced that the ex-...
  • Fresno homeowner will not face charges after shooting firefighter

    Fresno homeowner will not face charges after shooting firefighter
    A homeowner in Fresno who shot a firefighter in the leg after mistaking him for a home intruder will not face criminal charges. Police spokesman Jamie Rios told the Fresno Bee on Thursday that the firefighter was just "doing his job" and also will not...
  • Zimmerman Free; We, Perhaps Not

    Zimmerman Free; We, Perhaps Not
    Among other things, the murder trial of George Zimmerman offered a glimpse of the world the National Rife Association envisions, a world in which, to paraphrase only slightly, "good guys with guns" are out there stopping bad guys, with or without guns. Do...
  • As NAACP opens in Orlando, timing of Zimmerman verdict seems fateful

    As NAACP opens in Orlando, timing of Zimmerman verdict seems fateful
    For members of the nation's oldest civil rights group, the timing of the verdict in George Zimmerman's murder trial seemed fateful: Just as the NAACP gathers for its first-ever national convention in Orlando, a white man was being acquitted of killing a...