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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan lost a crucial appeal Wednesday in a case over hidden fees paid by customers, a decision that could influence the outcome of dozens of similar lawsuits against the health insurer.
An inactive Roman Catholic priest was sentenced Thursday to nearly 16 years in prison for "stomach-churning" child pornography crimes, a decade after he was removed from his Detroit-area church for molesting an altar boy.
A day after seven members of a Michigan-based Christian militia were acquitted after some spent two years in jail on charges of trying to overthrow the government, people who watched their trial said the federal case against them was flawed.
A Michigan militia leader and his son each pleaded guilty Thursday to illegally possessing a machine gun, ending a six-week trial that took a dramatic turn this week when a judge dismissed more serious charges of conspiring to rebel against the government.
A federal judge dismissed the most serious charges Tuesday against seven members of a Michigan militia who were rounded up as homegrown extremists accused of plotting war against the U.S., saying their expressed hatred of law enforcement didn't amount to conspiracy against the government.
DETROIT | A federal judge dismissed the most serious charges Tuesday against seven members of a Michigan militia who were rounded up as homegrown extremists accused of plotting war against the U.S. The judge said their expressed hatred of law enforcement didn't amount to conspiracy against the government.