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  • Arrest unlikely in Justin Bieber photographer death case

     
    Los Angeles police said the driver who hit a photographer after the paparazzo took photos of Justin Bieber's Ferrari is not likely to face charges. The photographer died at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. A friend of the photographer told......
  • Voiding of rape conviction involving sleeping woman called 'bizarre'

     
    An appeals court ruling invalidating a rape conviction in California has sparked debate and was described by one legal expert as "bizarre." A man who impersonates someone in order to have sexual intercourse may be guilty of rape only if......
  • 'I am sorry,' Cardinal Mahony says amid new priest abuse details

     
    Cardinal Roger M. Mahony on Monday apologized for the way the L.A. archdiocese dealt with priest child abuse claims after a new round of documents were released. "I am sorry," Mahony's statement concluded. The new documents show: Fifteen years before........
  • L.A. church molestation records spark call for criminal inquiry

     
    Newly released L.A. Archdiocese records showing how officials handled the priest sex abuse scandal have prompted a new call for law enforcement action. The documents released Monday show that then-Archbishop Roger M. Mahony and a top advisor plotted to...
  • Natalie Wood probe hampered by 'fading memories,' source says

     
    New details in a coroner's report are not likely to move forward the Sheriff's Department probe of Natalie Wood's death. In a report released Monday, the coroner, Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran, questioned the original 1981 findings and changed Wood's...
  • Natalie Wood death probe found new evidence, sources say

     
    While the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department probe of Natalie Wood's death is far from complete, sources said this week that detectives have developed some new leads. A law enforcement source with knowledge of the case said the detectives have......
  • Natalie Wood mystery deepens with new coroner findings

     
    Through three decades of fevered tabloid speculation and whispers of a deeper story, the official account never changed: Natalie Wood drowned accidentally. The 43-year-old star of “West Side Story,” who couldn’t swim, had been drinking...
  • 2012 Homicides in Hampton Roads

    HOMICIDES IN HAMPTON ROADS in 2012 NEWPORT NEWS 1. Jan. 6--Bobby Jackson (30, Newport News) found shot to death at the intersection of 32nd Street and Salters Street. Police have identified Marvin Hunt (37, Newport News) and Gregory Jones (37, Newport...
  • Supreme Court Mostly Rejects AZ Immigration Law

    Supreme Court Mostly Rejects AZ Immigration Law
    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down key parts of an Arizona law that sought to deter illegal immigration, but let stand a controversial provision allowing police to check a person's immigration status while enforcing other laws. In...
  • Supreme Court in a no-win position on Obamacare?

    Supreme Court in a no-win position on Obamacare?
    Seventy-five years ago, Franklin Rooseveltlaunched a crusade against the Supreme Court, angry that it was overturning important New Deal initiatives. Though his "court packing" plan went awry, the court (and particularly Justice Owen Roberts) did swing...
  • Supreme Court upholds Obama health care law

    Supreme Court upholds Obama health care law
    In a landmark ruling that will impact the November election and the lives of every American, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the controversial health care law championed by President Barack Obama. The narrow 5-4 ruling was a victory for Obama...
  • Court: No More Life Without Parole For Kids Who Kill

    Court: No More Life Without Parole For Kids Who Kill
    WASHINGTON, DC -- The Supreme Court ruled Monday that two men convicted of killings committed when they were 14 cannot be sentenced to life in prison without at least the possibility of parole. The 5-4 ruling is a victory for defenders of juvenile...