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The FBI did not need a search warrant to hack a suspect's computer during an investigation of a large child pornography website, a U.S. judge has ruled, in a decision one group of private advocates called "dangerously flawed." In a decision unsealed on Thursday, U.S. District Judge Henry Morgan in Newport News, Virginia, rejected a bid to suppress evidence against Edward Matish, one of at least 137 defendants charged in the probe of the website Playpen. Comment?
HeidelbergCement and Italcementi, the second and fourth largest producers of cement in the world, will divest a cement plant in Martinsburg, Virginia, and up to 11 cement distribution terminals in six other states, the FTC said in a statement. The merger as proposed would harm competition for portland cement in five metropolitan areas: Baltimore-Washington; Richmond, Virginia; Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, Virginia; Syracuse, New York; and Indianapolis, Indiana, the commission said. Comment?
Jill Biden, the wife of Vice-President Joe Biden, helps workers in Virginia lay the keel for a new nuclear-powered attack submarine, the USS Delaware. Diane Hodges reports. Comment?
Police say they have accused murderer Anthony Garver back in custody after he escaped from a Seattle-area psychiatric hospital, while Keith Allen Harward walks free after new DNA evidence proves he was wrongly jailed for 33 years. Jillian Kitchener reports. Comment?
Virginia's top court on Thursday ordered the release of a former U.S. sailor who has spent 33 years in prison, because new DNA evidence showed he did not murder a Newport News man and rape the man's wife in 1982. Keith Allen Harward, 60, was convicted on the basis of testimony by two experts who said they matched his teeth to bite marks found on the rape victim's legs. Comment?
Keith Allen Harward, convicted of a 1982 murder and rape in Newport News, Virginia, is seen in an undated picture released by the Virginia Department of Corrections. Virginia's attorney general will seek to help exonerate a man imprisoned for a 1982 murder and rape after DNA evidence showed another man committed the crime. Comment?
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