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Want to Beat a Parking Ticket? You Might Not Want to Try This …

Written by Gregory Monte.

In the six months since I started this blog, I have never discussed how to beat a parking ticket (although I did write about a… 373 more words

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Mississippi man tried 6 times for murder seeks bail, end to charges

JACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi man who’s been tried six times for murder asked a judge to free him on bail and throw out the charges against him in motions filed Thursday in state court. 513 more words

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Woman Convicted of Urging Suicidal Boyfriend to Kill Himself Asks for Parole After 7 Months

(NATICK, Mass.) — The Massachusetts woman sentenced to 15 months in jail for urging her suicidal boyfriend via text messages to take his own life is asking for early release. 148 more words

Mechanic Accused of Sabotaging American Airlines Flight May Have Ties to Terrorism, Prosecutors Say

A federal judge Wednesday denied bail to an American Airlines mechanic accused of tampering with an aircraft with 150 people on board, saying he had seen evidence suggesting the mechanic had terrorist sympathies. 329 more words

Groups Sue EPA Over LANL Pollution

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Late Monday, clean water advocates filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to force it to address extremely high urban storm water pollution in Los Alamos County, downstream from Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). 587 more words

Murder at Moreton Bay - 18 September, 1849

On 18 September 1849, Owen Molloy went to the gallows in Sydney for the murder of James Leonard. He died penitent, admitting his guilt and warning the large crowd gathered for the gruesome spectacle, to avoid the demon drink. 1,421 more words

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U.S. Justice Department Sues Edward Snowden Over New Memoir

(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. government is suing former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, alleging he violated nondisclosure agreements by publishing a memoir.

The Justice Department announced the lawsuit Tuesday. 107 more words