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The Philadelphia district attorney's office says it is appealing a judge's order that overturned the death sentence for a man convicted of killing a city police officer in 1991.
A judge has thrown out the death sentence imposed on a man convicted of the shooting death of a Philadelphia police officer more than two decades ago, drawing criticism from prosecutors and a police union leader.
The Pentagon's most likely means of attacking Syria will not degrade or deter the regime's use of chemical weapons, and could drag the U.S. more deeply into Syria's civil war, retired military officers and analysts say.