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Norfolk police are investigating a series of events that led to the shooting death of a police officer, a teenager and the suspected gunman.
A Montana lawmaker who faces possible impeachment over allegations that his campaign took illegal corporate contributions said the law he is accused of breaking violates free-speech rights.
A man convicted of killing four women whom he met through an online escort site opted to stay in his jail cell Tuesday when a Detroit-area judge sentenced him to life in prison in a courtroom packed with victims' relatives.
The Rev. Al Sharpton has evolved from the fiery activist who gained prominence leading protest marches in the 1980s to an insider with a show on MSNBC and the ear of elected officials. Here are five things to know about Sharpton:
A New Hampshire fugitive is in custody - arrested just hours after he was featured on the U.S. Marshals featured him in their "fugitive of the week" internet post.
A Helena attorney submitted a ballot initiative proposal Tuesday that would change Montana law to take away the governor's power to fill U.S. Senate vacancies and instead require special elections.
Loud cheers and sobs broke the calm of the courtroom Friday as a Detroit-area man was convicted of killing four women in his basement and stuffing their bodies in car trunks after he met them through online escort ads.
There is no quick verdict in the trial of a Detroit-area man charged with killing four women who met him through online escort ads.
A Detroit-area man who met four women through an online escort site killed them in his basement and then stuffed their bodies like "garbage" into car trunks, a prosecutor told jurors Thursday as she urged them to return a guilty verdict at the end of a three-week trial.
A northeastern Pennsylvania man accused of having set fire to his home while his father was sleeping has been ordered to stand trial on a homicide charge in the older man's death.
DNA and phone records will be critical evidence in the trial of a man accused of killing four women whom he met online and dumping their bodies miles away in his run-down former Detroit neighborhood, a prosecutor told jurors Thursday.
Jury selection has started in the trial of a Detroit-area man charged with killing four women after meeting them through online escort ads.
A northeastern Pennsylvania man accused of having set fire to his home while his father was sleeping is now facing a homicide charge following the older man's death.
Demaryius Thomas' mother and grandmother will cheer for the Broncos receiver around the prison TV Sunday, both wearing No. 88 jerseys they crafted with strips of tape.
Demaryius Thomas' mother and grandmother will cheer for the Broncos receiver around the prison TV Sunday, both wearing No. 88 jerseys they crafted with strips of tape. The two women have never seen Thomas play in person.
Miller and Brown also said in their counterclaim to Motl's findings that the state's rules on who can be a campaign treasurer restrict free speech and the statute's definition of a contribution is unconstitutionally vague.
That law "reaches and regulates far more political speech than the legislature has a governmental interest in regulating by banning all corporate contributions to candidates," Miller's attorney, James Brown, wrote in the April 28 court filing.