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Topic - William Taylor
The attorney for former IRS official Lois G. Lerner dismissed the scandal surrounding his client as "convenient" electioneering, accusing Republicans of creating suspicions about disappearing emails to drum up support among the GOP base in an election year.
Lawyers of a 17-year-old Pierre boy accused of fatally shooting a classmate received permission Tuesday to conduct a public survey that could influence whether they try to move the high-profile case for trial.
The highest-ranking Lowell police officer has apologized to the mother of a woman who died in department custody.
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn walked out of court without bail Friday, freed from house arrest, after prosecutors acknowledged serious questions about the credibility of the hotel housekeeper who accused him of sexual assault.
Clarice Taylor, the actress and comedian best known for playing grandmothers on "The Cosby Show" and "Sesame Street," has died at the age of 93.
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn traded in his private cell at Rikers Island for temporary housing in a building within the police department's "Ring of Steel" — a network of private and police cameras near where the World Trade Center stood.
A judge agreed Thursday to free former International Monetary Fund leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn from a New York City jail on the condition that he post $1 million in bail and remain under house arrest, under the watch of armed guards, at a private apartment in Manhattan.
But Mr. Taylor said the story is much simpler than a cover-up: Ms. Lerner walked into her office one morning and her computer screen was blue.
"There was no pretense this would be a fair process from the beginning," he said.