| Jan 25, 2012
| 5:42 PM
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly issued an apology Wednesday night for the NYPD's airing of a controversial film on Muslim extremism. The 71 minute movie, called "The Third Jihad," was actually played in a waiting room at the training...
| Jan 26, 2012
| 4:42 PM
RICHMOND – Women would have to undergo an ultrasound and be offered the results of that procedure before they receive an abortion in Virginia under a bill approved Thursday by the Senate Education and Health Committee.
As a part of the state's...
| Jan 31, 2012
| 10:00 AM
Four East Haven cops arrested by the feds for brutality, racial profiling and attempted cover ups. Police chief trying to retire. Mayor says he might buy tacos for dinner to help the Latino community, but won't resign. More grand jury indictments are...
| Feb 2, 2012
| 2:56 PM
As a federal judge set a January 2013 trial date for four East Haven police officers charged with civil rights violations, the prosecutor Thursday expressed reservations about turning over witness lists to the defense because fellow officers are on it....
| Feb 8, 2012
| 6:48 PM
March 1 is the NBA deadline to get the arena deal done.
The plan would create an estimated 4,000 jobs, and bring $7 billion to the economy, not to mention the millions that would be lost every month, if not every week if the Kings leave.
No deal, and...
| Oct 4, 2009
Broadway, TV actor
Byron Palmer, 89, an actor and singer who broke through in the late 1940s in the hit Broadway musical "Where's Charley?" and later co-starred on the TV show "This Is Your Music," died of natural causes Wednesday at...
| Dec 15, 2007
It was not the most spectacular domestic terrorism plot since the Sept. 11 attacks, and certainly not the best-known.
But no other case posed such a real and immediate threat as the audacious scheme to attack more than a dozen military centers,...
| Mar 28, 2008
| 11:44 PM
A blast that killed one firefighter and injured another this week in Westchester was a freak occurrence and indirectly the result of the decaying underground infrastructure, officials said Friday.
Firefighter Brent A. Lovrien, 35, was fatally injured...
| Aug 2, 2007
They were bleary-eyed from lack of sleep as they converged high in the San Bernardino Mountains at twilight.
While two lightning-ignited fires barreled toward Big Bear Lake last summer, the fire marshal and the Indian tribe member discussed their options...
| Jun 7, 2009
If ever a city needed a larger-than-life police chief, it’s Los Angeles. Of course, like any other major urban area, our police chief needs to be one step ahead of the bad guys—but in our town, he or she also needs to be able to mix and mingle with, and...
| Jun 3, 2009
| 8:49 PM
LOS ANGELES -- Lightning from a rare June storm moving across Southern California ignited about two dozen small fires Wednesday, mostly in San Bernardino County.
At least 19 small fires erupted in the San Bernardino National Forest, from the San...
| Jun 5, 2009
LOS ANGELES -- A strange week of weather is continuing today with another round of rain soaking the Southland.
The weather system comes just two days after a strong storm pounded the region with thunderstorms and lightning that left two people dead and...