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Democrats to honor champion swimmer once again

When Ted Kennedy wrote his initial account of Chappaquiddick for the Edgartown police in 1969, after he scrawled the words "Mary Jo" in the first sentence he left a blank space -- because he had no idea what his victim's last name was. That's one of ...

One dead in NSA headquarters shooting involving men dressed as women

FORT MEADE, Md. (UPI) -- One person died after gunfire was exchanged between a security guard and two men dressed as women who tried to enter the National Security Agency headquarters. Police responded to the shooting at the NSA headquarters in Fort ...

Officer decorated after Boston Bomber shootout ambushed, badly wounded

A police officer who was decorated for his actions during an April 2013 shootout with Boston Marathon bombing suspects was placed in a medically induced coma after being shot in the face Friday night. Officer John T. Moynihan, 34, was among gang unit ...

White man beaten by blacks after being asked what he thought about Michael Brown

ST. LOUIS -- A 43-year-old man who was riding a MetroLink train Monday night was attacked by several men after one of them asked him about the Michael Brown "situation," police said. A video posted to Facebook appears to show the attack, and MetroLin ...

St. Louis police trying to crack down on teen 'fight teams'

ST. LOUIS -- Back-to-back weekends of violence erupting among groups of juveniles meeting up to fight at high-profile attractions are prompting police to pressure parents to keep their teenagers in line or face consequences themselves. Reports of fig ...

Police nationwide begin offering safe haven for Craigslist transactions

YARMOUTH, Mass.(UPI) -- Police throughout the United States have created "safe zones" in apartment lobbies and parking lots for shoppers who make transactions on websites such as Craigslist. Yarmouth, Mass., police on Tuesday announced the creation o ...

Only a few face prosecution among hundreds in St. Patrick's melee on Nicollet Mall

Criminal cases are being pursued against a handful of people stemming from the mayhem that erupted on the night of St. Patrick's Day along Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, the Hennepin County attorney's office has announced. Several hundred you ...

Jesse Jackson Jr. leaving prison for halfway house

[caption id="attachment_10281" align="alignright" width="300"] (File photo)[/caption]PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. will be released from a federal prison on Thursday and will serve out the remainder of his term in a Washi ...

Suspect in 4 slayings still in US because of Obama's deportation policies

U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis and another Republican leader charged Friday that the suspect in four Charlotte-area slayings last month received amnesty from deportation in 2013 despite a marijuana arrest and known ties to gangs. Four first-degree murder char ...

Philly officers in Tate-Brown death cleared; protest follows

The Philadelphia police officers involved in the shooting death of Brandon Tate-Brown will not face criminal charges, District Attorney Seth Williams announced Thursday. "In this case, the facts show a tragedy, a terrible tragedy, but not a crime," W ...


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