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Judge: Conn. home invasion victim can attend trial

Judge: Conn. home invasion victim can attend trial

A man whose wife and two daughters were killed in a 2007 home invasion can be in the courtroom while other witnesses testify at the upcoming trial of one of the accused, whose attorney said he had a "quest for vengeance."

1972 Murder of Blind Homemaker Heads to Trial

1972 Murder of Blind Homemaker Heads to Trial

Tommie Cray was 9 years old in 1947 when his father, a single parent with three sons, brought home a new companion who was raising three boys of her own. Annie Mae had a sweet Southern drawl and...

Defense wants home invasion survivor sequestered

Defense wants home invasion survivor sequestered

Attorneys for a Connecticut man charged with killing a woman and her two daughters want the woman's husband kept out of the courtroom while other witnesses testify.

Mom's untested blood sample lost in son's NY death

Mom's untested blood sample lost in son's NY death

Authorities have lost an untested blood sample taken from a multimillionaire mother charged with killing her autistic son. Its disappearance clouds a significant question in the case: whether sh...

Idaho Inmates Hacked Prison Service for $225,000 in Credit

Idaho Inmates Hacked Prison Service for $225,000 in Credit

JPay tablets allow inmates to communicate with family members via emails and video calls. They are also used to access music, simple games and reading materials.

Advocate: Disabled adults can be 'walking targets'

Advocate: Disabled adults can be 'walking targets'

For years, paroled murderer Linda Ann Weston marched several mentally challenged adults into Social Security offices to sign off as their representative payee, someone who helps manage their monthly benefits of about $600 to $900, authorities say.

Man Says Ex-Girlfriend Stole His Sperm to Create Kids

Man Says Ex-Girlfriend Stole His Sperm to Create Kids

A New York man was stunned to find out that his four-year-old twins were not an accidental pregnancy after all -- but that his desperate girlfriend secretly stashed away his sperm and used it for an in-vitro procedure, he charges in a lawsuit.

Fla. boy doused in chemicals in better condition

Fla. boy doused in chemicals in better condition

A Florida boy who was critically injured when he was doused in chemicals, allegedly by his father, is improving in condition, a state official said Saturday.

NY archdiocese to close 27 schools, saving $10M

NY archdiocese to close 27 schools, saving $10M

The Archdiocese of New York says 27 Catholic schools that received heavy subsidies due to declining enrollment will close at the end of the current academic year.

Insanity defense likely in Fla. school threat case

Insanity defense likely in Fla. school threat case

A Florida woman accused of making threats that triggered a lockdown of one of the nation's largest school districts is planning an insanity defense.

Jury finds man guilty in Detroit officer's slaying

Jury finds man guilty in Detroit officer's slaying

A Detroit man has been found guilty in the slaying of a city police officer gunned down after kicking in the door of a suspected drug house.

Unemployment rises in more than half of US metros

Unemployment rises in more than half of US metros

Unemployment rates rose last month in more than half of the nation's largest metro areas, driven higher by weak private-sector hiring and natural disasters.

Connecticut police charge man in 2001 killing

Connecticut police charge man in 2001 killing

Connecticut police have obtained a warrant for the arrest of a man on charges he killed a pregnant woman nearly a decade ago.

Guilty plea entered by ex-Galleon employee in NYC

Guilty plea entered by ex-Galleon employee in NYC

The government strengthened its case against Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam on Wednesday when two of his former employees pleaded guilty to insider trading charges, with one of them admitting he gave the one-time billionaire secrets about publicly traded companies.

Florida Woman Left With Horrific Burns After Face Catches Fire During Surgery

Florida Woman Left With Horrific Burns After Face Catches Fire During Surgery

A woman was recovering in a burns unit in Alabama on Thursday after her face caught fire during routine surgery.

Stocks dip as job market worries continue

Stocks dip as job market worries continue

What began with a steep drop in the stock market ended with a modest decline Thursday. The Dow Jones industrial average lost just 60 points after being down nearly 240 points earlier in the day....


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