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When Crystal Valdez brought her son Christopher to the emergency room last July, a doctor quickly suspected the boy hadn't been hurt in the way his mom claimed. The bright-eyed 3-year-old with a shock of brown hair and a fascination with superheroes...
Al Capone was a scourge of the city of Chicago. The brutal gangster controlled not only many illegal enterprises, namely beer and booze, but also influenced the legal ones through bribes and threats. It took the full weight and power of the federal...
Prosecutors say some of the 8 killed in Appomattox County shootings died two days earlier than thoughtProsecutors now say some of those slain in a 2010 multiple shooting in Appomattox County died two days before originally believed. The Appomattox County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office tells media outlets investigators now believe 41-year-old...
Tags: Laws, Shootings, Crime, Law and Justice, Prosecution, Laws
Tribune reporterA former veteran Chicago police officer whom prosecutors alleged had joined ranks with one of his top street informants to kidnap and rob drug dealers was convicted today in federal court of conspiracy to distribute cocaine. The jury failed to reach a...
Republicans in the House of Representatives, still reeling from last month's fight over extending a popular payroll tax cut, will converge on Baltimore Thursday for a retreat intended to map out a new political strategy that can bind their unwieldy caucus...
Channel 2 NewsGov. Sean Parnell has named Anchorage lawyer Michael C. Geraghty to serve as Alaska’s newest attorney general. Geraghty, a partner with DeLisio, Moran, Geraghty & Zobel, P.C., takes over from John Burns, who was confirmed last April but announced...
There is no shrewder scribe than that ideologically slippery, made-in-Chicago fox David Mamet, who deftly figured out that the one problem with all those very careful, earnest and politically correct plays about America struggling to come to terms with...
Associated PressAttorneys for ex-driver Jeremy Mayfield are asking a federal appeals panel to reinstate his lawsuit against NASCAR over his suspension for failing a random drug test. A 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel in Richmond heard arguments Tuesday. ...
Tags: Adderall (drug), Allergies, NASCAR, Corporate Crime, Auto Racing
As the Ravens drove toward the playoffs, Barbra Skarzynski wanted to buy her son a team jersey as a Christmas gift. She searched Google for Lardarius Webb gear, quickly found a site that billed itself as an official store of the Ravens, and bought a...
WGN NewsMORNING NEWS POLL: Do you agree with the law that says people can use deadly force to protect their home? Yes: 99% No: 1% MIDDAY NEWS POLL: Do you agree with the law that says people can use deadly force to protect their home? Yes: 99% No: 1% NEWS...
email@example.comA man charged with criminal homicide in the April 2010 stabbing death of a Hagerstown mother told a Franklin County, Pa., judge Monday he is frustrated with how his court case is proceeding. Pennsylvania State Police allege Jeffrey E. Miles Sr., 48, of...
Tags: Prosecution, Prosecution, Murder, Defendants, Litigation
The hacktivist group Anonymous released a nearly 17-minute recording on Friday of a phone call between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Scotland Yard pertaining to Anonymous and fellow hacker groups LulzSec and AntiSec. The FBI confirmed to the...
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