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DOJ reaches $134K settlement over fake Facebook page

The settlement resolves allegations that the Drug Enforcement Administration took photos and other information from Arquiett's cellphone to create a fake Facebook page - Full Story

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Controversy rises over police radars that 'see through walls'

These radar detectors use radio waves to determine if someone is inside a home and whether they are moving - Full Story

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Supreme Court: Death row inmate deserves hearing

Christeson would have been the 11th man executed in Mo. last year, but the Court put his execution on hold in Oct. while it considered his appeal - Full Story

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Mother of teen girl suspected in crime spree arrested

Sherry Peters is accused of taking 13-year-old Cheyenne Phillips from her father's house when she did not have the custodial rights to - Full Story

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No plea deal likely in Boston Marathon bombing case

No plea deal likely in Boston Marathon bombing case

The Justice Department has given no indication it is open to any proposal from the defense to spare Tsarnaev's life - Full Story

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Ill. officer says he feared for his life in fatal beanbag shooting

Ill. officer says he feared for his life in fatal beanbag shooting

Officer who fired beanbags at a knife-wielding 95-year-old man who later died testified at his trial Thursday that his action was prompted by the fear - Full Story

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Officer-involved shootings prompt array of bills in state legislatures

Officer-involved shootings prompt array of bills in state legislatures

Lawmakers are moving quickly with scores of bills ranging from increasing police training to putting tighter limits on using deadly force - Full Story

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Arias judge: Prosecutors can seek death penalty

The judge in the Jodi Arias case on Wednesday denied a bid by her lawyers to stop prosecutors from seeking the death penalty - Full Story

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Ky. cop injured after pistol discharges in gun store, files suit

Attorney says his client has had multiple surgeries and has lost enough functionality in his left hand that he can no longer work as a police officer.



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