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President Obama has much to discuss with Mexico's new president, Enrique Peņa Nieto, when they meet in Mexico City this week. No issue, however, is more urgent than the search for peace, justice and dignity for and between our peoples. For seven years,...
Three people dead in an apparent murder-suicide in Hacienda Heights were all suffering from long-term illnesses, said a relative of the victims. Jim Crabtree went to the home in the 15900 block of Ladysmith Street on Wednesday after seeing news...
WASHINGTON -- The FBI has taken three people into custody in Massachusetts and prosecutors prepared to charge them with obstruction of justice and making false statements to investigators after the Boston bombing case, officials said, but authorities do...
Staff WriterFederal authorities are searching for potential young victims following an indictment of an El Centro man for sexual exploitation of a minor. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations arrested El Centro...
(MCT) — Scheduled for an arraignment in Monroe County on charges of shooting her daughter-in-law Feb. 21 in Chestnuthill Township, a Wisconsin woman was found dead from an apparent suicide at her home Tuesday morning, the Monroe County District...
Lessons from Boston It was uplifting to see how quickly local, state and federal authorities, with the help of the public, were able to apprehend those allegedly responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15. Citizens' tips seemed to play...
The Hartford CourantA police officer accused of assaulting a 12-year-old boy is under investigation after a resident complained the officer was "acting unprofessionally while on duty," according to Police Chief Mark Sirois. Sirois said Tuesday that the second internal...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, East Hartford, Trials, Criminals
Throughout the nine-day murder trial, defendant Charlie Wyne wore dress clothes covering up a secret weapon — a stun belt wirelessly controlled by nearby courtroom deputies. After Wyne's pre-trial outburst over refusing to participate, the judge...
Tags: Punishment, Murder, Laws, Lawyers, Justice System
A trucker convicted of killing a motorist on Interstate 78 after allegedly falling asleep at the wheel will serve five years of probation under a plea agreement that a Northampton County judge said Tuesday he considered rejecting. Alexandro L. Morales,...
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the darling of conservatives and bane of immigration rights activists, was the apparent target of an explosive device that was intercepted and disabled, Arizona officials said on Friday. The device, which is being...
When cities become dysfunctional, we do not quickly abandon them and our established social networks and routines. And after a city puts itself back together, we may take years to become convinced that the bad old days are over. Awareness of these facts...
I support the wish that the Sun's editorial staff has made ("Make our day," April 9) that Gov. Martin O'Malley's firearm legislation be sent to referendum, but for different reasons. First, it will give the law abiding citizens more time to buy the...
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