Video that captures police smashing car window is key to federal lawsuit HAMMOND, Ind. (WBBM/CNN) -- An Indiana couple says this 13-minute terrifying encounter with Hammond police was completely uncalled for. The entire ordeal was captured on cell phone video. It began when officers pulled over Lisa Mahone for not wearing her ... 10/8/2014 - 10:49 am | View Link
Federal attorney in La. resigns WASHINGTON - The top federal prosecutor in New Orleans, the longest-serving U.S. attorney in the country, resigned Thursday amid an investigation into possible prosecutorial misconduct by two of his top deputies. Jim Letten, the U.S. attorney for the ... 12/8/2012 - 9:40 am | View Link
Veteran federal lawyer resigns NEW ORLEANS - In a brief but passionate statement ... as well as those of another senior prosecutor, Sal Perricone, who quit in March. The exposure of Mann, months after Letten's avowals that Perricone had acted alone, raised doubts about the effectiveness ... 12/6/2012 - 7:17 pm | View Link
Federal prosecutor in New Orleans resigns amid investigation Jim Letten, who became the face of probity and incorruptibility in New Orleans, resigned as the federal prosecuting attorney amid a scandal involving top deputies who used the Internet to post anonymous criticisms of judges and cases. Letten announced his ... 12/6/2012 - 11:26 am | View Link
Top federal prosecutor in New Orleans resigns NEW ORLEANS – Jim Letten, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana, announced his resignation Thursday ... He has served for 27 years as a federal prosecutor, according to his office's website. Letten's resignation dismantles a lot of the ... 12/6/2012 - 6:23 am | View Link
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Breaking News Breaking local news from the Chicago Tribune ... Cop fired for posing with man wearing antlers. A Chicago police detective has been fired based on a decade-old photo ... 10/19/2014 - 7:54 pm | View Website
David Vitter David Bruce Vitter (born May 3, 1961) is the junior United States Senator from Louisiana and a member of the Republican Party. Previously, he served in the United ... 10/18/2014 - 12:10 pm | View Website
U.S. senators call for federal judge to resign over wife ... From Yahoo News: (Reuters) - Three U.S. senators on Wednesday called for the resignation of a federal judge accused of beating his wife in an Atlanta hotel ... 09/17/2014 - 8:32 pm | View Website
A guy puts a plastic explosive in his shoes and now millions of us must take off our shoes at the airport. Terrorists know that, so the chance of shoe-bombing a plane is infinitesimal. With 100% certitude, we’re wasting millions of minutes of people’s time. We don’t think probabilistically.
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Federal police in Mexico have taken over 12 towns in the state of Guerrero after authorities learned of possible connections between local law enforcement and organized crime.
National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido said at a Sunday press conference that the links were uncovered during an investigation into the disappearance of 43 students in the town of Iguala last month, Bloomberg News reports.
Earlier this month, Guerrero prosecutor Iñaky Blanco said that the gang Guerreros Unidos had worked with area police and killed 17 of the missing students.
In Hazlehurst, Miss., parents pulled their children out of middle school last week after learning that the principal had recently visited southern Africa.
At Syracuse University, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist who had planned to speak about public health crises was banned from campus after working in Liberia.
An office building in Brecksville, Ohio closed where almost 1,000 people work over fears that an employee had been exposed to Ebola.
A high school in Oregon canceled a visit from nine students from Africa—even though none of them hailed from countries containing the deadly disease.
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