2 boys, 3 adults shot to death in Illinois town The nephew of a small-town Illinois mayor shot and killed five people, including two boys, before leading police on a chase that ended in an exchange of gunfire that left him dead, authorities said Wednesday.... More
Conn. shooting prompts expanded movie ratings The Motion Picture Association of America announced changes to its movie rating system Tuesday, saying it wants to help parents make informed decisions at the multiplex. The new system, rolled out as the "Check the Box" campaign, will include prominent descriptions explaining why a movie received its rating. More
Beloved star Annette Funicello dies Disney's official fan club has just broken the news on Twitter: Annette Funicello has died at age 70. The actress, singer and beloved Mousketeer had been hospitalized due to complications from multiple sclerosis, according to Extra. More
Wyclef Jean Shot in Hand in Haiti Wyclef Jean was shot in the hand on Saturday (March 19) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The 41-year-old entertainer and former presidential hopeful was taken to the hospital after the scary incident, which took place on the eve of Haiti’s presidential elections. 03/20/2011 - 8:29 pm | View Link
Wyclef Jean Shot In Haiti, Released From Hospital PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Musician Wyclef Jean said Sunday that a bullet grazed his hand as he stepped out of a car to make a telephone call, but said he was only slightly injured. Jean, who has been in Haiti helping the presidential campaign of his friend ... 03/20/2011 - 11:57 am | View Link
Wyclef Jean claims he was shot in Haiti while police say he cut his hand on glass in election chaos Haitians headed to the polls to pick a new president Sunday among conflicting reports that former candidate wannabe Wyclef Jean was shot. Jean said a bullet grazed his hand as he stepped out of a car to make a phone call, but local police claim he was only ... 03/20/2011 - 9:16 am | View Link
Wyclef Jean -- Shot in Haiti, Released from Hospital Wyclef Jean was shot in the hand yesterday just outside Port-au-Prince in Haiti. He was treated at a local hospital and released. A rep for the singer said the bullet just grazed his hand and he's doing well, saying, "He’s fine now. It happened late ... 03/20/2011 - 6:59 am | View Link
Wyclef Jean shot in the hand in Haiti Wyclef Jean, the popular hip-hop singer, was shot in the hand on Saturday night in Haiti, according to a statement from Cindy Tanenbaum, his publicist. The shooting happened in the Delmas section of the capital, Port-au-Prince. Tanenbaum described the ... 03/20/2011 - 6:44 am | View Link
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Barbera, 31, now a sergeant first-class, faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison if convicted of premeditated murder in a case that raised concerns about a possible cover-up.
Two years after the killings, Army criminal investigators looked into the case, but commanders decided to give Barbera a letter of reprimand instead of a court martial.
The story described how some of Barbera's fellow soldiers remained troubled that he was never prosecuted, and it prompted calls from Congress for the Army to review the matter.
Coombs alleged that the newspaper's "hit piece," which won an investigative reporting award, and congressional pressure had improperly influenced the Army's decision to file charges against Barbera last fall.
Barbera's fellow soldiers didn't begin to come forward to report concerns about the shooting until 2009, and a criminal investigation was conducted then.
Coombs, who represented Chelsea Manning, the Army private convicted of leaking a massive trove of information to Wikileaks, argued in his opening statement that even though the soldiers' rules of engagement required them to report violations, it was two years before any raised concerns.
Prine was called as a witness Wednesday to testify about an allegation that Barbera threatened his wife in 2011, saying words to the effect of: "For your own personal safety, you need to tell your husband to back off the story," Hillner said Wednesday.
The first witness to testify Wednesday, former Army medic Andrew Harriman, fired the shot that killed the cousin and said it appeared the man had been reaching for a weapon.
Legislative leaders were working toward a possible agreement on an education package Wednesday.
Much of the day was marked by delayed meetings and floor sessions, while majority caucuses met and talks continued between the House and Senate's chief negotiators, Rep. Mike Hawker and Sen. Kevin Meyer.
Failure to reach agreement on an education package by the scheduled end of session Sunday sent lawmakers into overtime.
A correction officer has been taken hostage by inmates at an Ohio county jail.
Officials say three inmates grabbed and handcuffed the officer Wednesday afternoon at the Trumbull County Jail in Warren.
No injuries have been reported. Other employees have left the jail.
Streets in the area have been closed.
An Ohio State Highway Patrol commander in Columbus confirms the agency has sent a hostage negotiator to the jail.
The Louisiana House agreed on Wednesday to repeal a law that prohibited state officials from issuing driver's licenses with federally mandated security features that many viewed as a privacy intrusion.
The head of Louisiana State Police, Col. Mike Edmonson, said that out of more than three dozen requirements, Louisiana needs to do only two things to move in line with the federal law: scan into a database and store the birth certificates of anyone with a driver's license and remove the state law prohibiting compliance.
Lawmakers in 2008 rejected the added security requirements for a driver's license as too intrusive.
 the federal government has scrapped many of the items that generated concern, such as requiring electronic tracking chips in driver's licenses.