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Latest Law_Crime Items
A woman who worked as a teacher's aide at a Tumwater high school pleaded guilty Monday to sexual misconduct with a minor.
A federal judge on Monday ordered Ohio to recognize the marriages of same-sex couples performed in other states, and civil rights attorneys and gay marriage supporters immediately began looking ahead to their next fight: a lawsuit seeking to force Ohio to allow gay couples to marry.
Washington Post, Guardian win Pulitzers in public service for coverage of NSA surveillance.
Two men face murder charges in the shooting deaths of two people whose bodies found in a wooded area of Camden last year.
A Baton Rouge man armed with a handgun allegedly forced his ex-girlfriend to drive her empty school bus from her home almost six miles to his home.
An environmental group is suing Rayonier Inc., alleging that its factory in southeast Georgia is discharging millions of gallons of waste that darken the Altamaha River and make it smell miles downstream.
A jury was chosen Monday for the federal trial of an Egyptian Islamic preacher extradited from Great Britain on charges he conspired to support al-Qaida, setting the stage for the second major terrorism trial in Manhattan in two months.
Law enforcement officials are searching near the home of a man suspected in the disappearance of a Virginia teenager last summer.
General Treasurer Gina Raimondo said Monday that it would be catastrophic for Rhode Island to lose the legal challenge over the state's pension overhaul but that she has a "high degree of confidence" that won't happen.