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  1. Funding sought for Elkton waterlineRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Morning Journal

    ... officials say likely contributes to those contamination problems. A BWD waterline that serves the nearby federal prison is located a mile away at the intersection of state Route 154 and Scroggs Road, and it would take about $500,000 to extend the ...


  2. 5 London high-rises evacuate residentsRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

    One London community is evacuating some 800 households from five publicly owned apartment towers because of safety concerns following the devastating fire that killed 79 people in a west London high-rise last week.


  3. Power shifting in Season 4 of Starz drug dramaRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

    For three seasons on Starz's "Power," drug kingpin-turned-nightclub maven James "Ghost" St. Patrick was something of a teflon don, managing to evade prosecution even as a body count mounted.


  4. 'Sonny' Franzese, oldest federal prisoner, is freed at 100Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Day

    In this March 24, 1966, file photo, John "Sonny" Franzese, center, is escorted to the Elizabeth Street police station in New York, after his arrest on a 43-count gambling indictment. Franzese, a reputed Colombo crime family underboss reported to be the oldest inmate in the federal prison system, was released Friday, June 23, 2017, at the age of 100.


  5. Indonesia says terror charges to provide alleged Bali bombing mastermind Hambali with legal certaintyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Age

    ... was a concern that if Hambali was repatriated he could be seen as an inspiration and radicalise other inmates in prison. "I don't think we are ready yet (for Hambali to return to Indonesia)," he said. "Our main problem - the weakest link - is our ...


  6. North Korea says it's 'biggest victim' in US student's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    North Korea on Friday called itself the "biggest victim" in the death of an American student who was detained for more than a year and died days after being released in a coma. The North's official Korean Central News Agency denied that North Korea cruelly treated or tortured Otto Warmbier and accused the United States and South Korea of a smear campaign that insulted what it called its "humanitarian" treatment of him.


  7. Trump can't lecture Cuba on human rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago |

    US military guards walk within Camp Delta military-run prison, at the Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base, Cuba. File picture: Brennan Linsley/AP President Donald Trump's big policy reversal on Cuba last week sent one strong message to the world - human rights is not a consideration in US foreign policy, unless you are the tiny island nation of Cuba, which is always the exception to the rule.


  8. US charges Guantanamo detainee with Bali, Jakarta bombingsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    WASHINGTON: A US war court has charged an Indonesian detainee at Guantanamo Bay in connection with the 2002 bombing in Bali that marked Indonesia's deadliest terror strike, according to court documents obtained Friday by The Associated Press. The detainee known as Hambali also was charged in connection with an attack on the JW Marriott in Jakarta in 2003.


  9. Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group Returns from WESTPACRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Marine News

    The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson , Ticonderoga class guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain , Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Wayne E. Meyer , along with embarked Carrier Strike Group 1, Carrier Air Wing 2, and Destroyer Squadron 1 arrived in San Diego June 23, following a five-and-a-half-month deployment to the Western Pacific.


  10. Ban U.S. travel to North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Post and Courier

    North Korea's ambition to become a tourist destination surely should not survive the tragic story of Otto Warmbier. The University of Virginia student's prank of stealing a propaganda poster in Pyongyang while on a guided tour of the impoverished country landed him in a North Korean prison.


  11. Obamaa s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putina s election assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Marin Independent Journal

    WASHINGTON >> Early last August, an envelope with extraordinary handling restrictions arrived at the White House. Sent by courier from the CIA, it carried “eyes only” instructions that its contents be shown to just four people: President Barack Obama and three senior aides.


  12. Sally Yates rips Jeff Sessions for criminal justice reform stanceRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    ... piece titled "Making America scared again won't make us safer," took umbrage with Sessions' assertions that longer prison sentences will lead to a significant reduction in crime. My first tweet as a private citizen. Read my op-ed responding to AG ...


  13. Mexico pushes back against Trump's inaccurate tweetRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Texarkana Gazette

    After President Donald Trump incorrectly tweeted that Mexico is the second deadliest country in the world after Syria, the Mexican government responded quickly. No, Mexico isn't the second deadliest place on the globe, said a tersely worded statement issued by Mexico's secretary of foreign relations, pointing to a host of other Latin American countries that have higher per capita murder rates.


  14. Sally Yates warns Jeff Sessions 'making America scared again won't make us safer'Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Washington Examiner

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions cited murder rates in some cities as part of his reasoning for preferring tougher sentences, but former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates noted violent crime is at historic lows and said there is no evidence that some cities' violence is connected to shorter prison terms for drug offenders. Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates rebuked Attorney General Jeff Sessions' "harsh" approach to drug crime in an op-ed for The Washington Post published Friday night.


  15. Former Dentons Associate Michael Potere Arrested for ExtortionRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | JD Journal

    Summary : A former Dentons associate turned against the law firm, demanding money and artwork or else he would leak confidential documents. Dentons had a former litigation associate turn against them.


  16. Repatriate Gitmo ex-detainees immediately! - Kwesi PrattRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | GhanaWeb

    Kwesi Pratt Jnr. has asked the Government of Ghana to repatriate the Gitmo detainees with immediate effect.


  17. Julie Bishop welcomes prosecution of Bali bombing architect Riduan 'Hambali' IsomuddinRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Age

    Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has welcomed the decision by United States prosecutors to file charges against Riduan "Hambali" Isomuddin, the alleged architect of the 2002 Bali bombings, which killed 202 people including 88 Australians. Foreign Affairs minister Julie Bishop addressed the Australia China Business Council at Parliament House in Canberra on Thursday 15 June 2017.


  18. Legal limbo: Asylum seekers spend years in custodyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    ... familiar with the case. In most cases, advocates said, unauthorized immigrants would be considered for release from prison with a bond as their case is pending - and for about half of the families that failed their "credible fear" hearings, that is ...


  19. Prosecutors decry abatement ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Boston Herald

    Prosecutors are taking aim at the Bay State law that erased Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction after he killed himself in jail earlier this year, arguing in an appeal to the state's highest court that it's time to get rid of the old doctrine. "This is an archaic rule not based on the Constitution, and it should be changed," Bristol District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III said in a statement.


  20. Humberto FontovaRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Townhall

    "Now that I am your President, America will expose the crimes of the Castro regime and stand with the Cuban people in their struggle for freedoma .For nearly six decades, the Cuban people have suffered under communist domination. To this day, Cuba is ruled by the same people who killed tens of thousands of their own citizens, who sought to spread their repressive and failed ideology throughout our hemisphere, and who once tried to host enemy nuclear weapons 90 miles from our shores."