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  • Armed drug dealer challenges conviction based on dirty cop's conduct

    The fallout from former Baltimore Police Detective Mark Lunsford’s 2010 conviction for theft and lying continues. On March 9, an attorney for an armed drug dealer argued in a federal court filing that her client’s 2008 guilty plea should be...
  • Cop killer's treatise doesn't add up

    Marshall “Eddie” Conway has been a cause célèbre among Baltimore leftists for four decades, ever since his incarceration for the murder of Baltimore Police officer Donald Sager began in 1970. This celebrity has brought Conway occasional...
  • Alleged child abuser arrested in U.K., 8 years after disappearance

    Alleged child abuser arrested in U.K., 8 years after disappearance
    A former Orange County choir director who disappeared on the eve of his 2007 trial on charges of sexually abusing a teenage boy has been detained in the United Kingdom, authorities said late Tuesday. Roger Alan Giese, 39, is in custody and awaiting...
  • FBI director confronts police, race relations: 'We are at a crossroads'

    FBI director confronts police, race relations: 'We are at a crossroads'
    Weighing in on the issue of police and race relations, FBI Director James B. Comey said Thursday that because patrol officers generally spend most of their time dealing with criminals, they may have a hard time believing that someone “could be...
  • Islamic State recruiting women to 'have kids and cook'

    Islamic State recruiting women to 'have kids and cook'
    Months after declaring an Islamic caliphate, Islamic State, which has seized large swaths of Syria and Iraq, is seeking to address a need of any viable nation: women. In Internet posts and social media messaging, the extremist Sunni militants are...
  • His own words help bring down New Orleans prosecutor

    His own words help bring down New Orleans prosecutor
    Sal Perricone always had something to prove. Growing up poor and Italian in a city dominated by Creoles and Anglos, Perricone found respect on the streets after high school by becoming a cop. He pulled graveyard shifts to put himself through college and...
  • Ravens pushed for leniency on Rice despite knowing about both videos, report says

    Ravens pushed for leniency on Rice despite knowing about both videos, report says
    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell broke his extended silence Friday about his handling of recent domestic violence issues, reiterating that he erred with his decisions involving former Ravens' running back Ray Rice and acknowledging that he let himself and...
  • Manhunt for Eric Frein intensifies as slain trooper laid to rest

    Manhunt for Eric Frein intensifies as slain trooper laid to rest
    SCRANTON — With snipers watching from the rooftops, hundreds of state troopers from Pennsylvania and as far away as Alaska converged in downtown Scranton on Thursday to mourn the death of a colleague killed in an ambush last week. The somber...
  • Report: NFL security chief was sent Ray Rice video in April

    Report: NFL security chief was sent Ray Rice video in April
    A law enforcement official in New Jersey said Thursday that he sent a video in April of former Ravens running back Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee to NFL chief security officer Jeffrey Miller, according to a new report. The Associated Press report...
  • 'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities

    'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities
    Alexander Wachs makes his living playing video games for the enjoyment of a vast online audience, and a few weeks ago, he was guiding an avatar through the zombie-infested wasteland of "DayZ" when loud thumps interrupted his adventure. "Hold on, guys,...
  • Alleged trooper shooter Eric Frein cornered in Canadensis?

    Alleged trooper shooter Eric Frein cornered in Canadensis?
    Shots reportedly were fired Friday night within a mile of the home of Eric Frein, and police reportedly had a house surrounded and were closing in. Northern Monroe County residents were ordered to get indoors and stay away from their windows. Frein, 31,...
  • FBI: U.S. airstrikes boost Islamic State, more hostages possible

    Support for Islamic State increased after U.S. airstrikes began in Iraq and the militant group may take more hostages to try to force concessions from Washington, the FBI director told Congress on Wednesday. Islamic State is "committed to instilling...