Tag: Judiciary

Judge clears man who served 15 years for Detroit firebombing

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DETROIT — A judge on Thursday ordered the release of a man who had spent more than 15 years in prison for the firebombing...

Feds arrest UCLA student accused of sitting in Pence’s chair

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LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles college student and self-described fascist was arrested after he sat in former Vice President Mike Pence's chair in...

S. Korean sexual slavery survivor wants UN court judgment

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SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean woman who was sexually enslaved by Japan’s World War II military called for the leaders of both...

German soldier in alleged far-right plot facing May trial

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BERLIN — A German court said Tuesday that a military officer indicted on allegations that he plotted to kill prominent politicians and blame the...

Judge lets civil suit in diplomatic immunity case move ahead

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FALLS CHURCH, Va. — A federal judge in Virginia is letting a British family move forward with its lawsuit in the U.S. against an...

Delayed Legion of Christ extortion trial goes ahead in Italy

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ROME — A judge in Milan has ruled that trial can go ahead in a case in which priests and lawyers of the Legion...

Statue of US chief justice who oversaw Plessy to be moved

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AUGUSTA, Maine — A Maine county board voted to move the statue of Melville Fuller, who was an Augusta native and served as the...

Hungarian radio station to go off the air after court ruling

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BUDAPEST, Hungary — One of Hungary's last remaining independent radio stations will be forced off the airwaves and limited to online broadcasts after a...

Hearing set for Ohio nonprofit’s bribery scheme guilty plea

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A federal judge has scheduled the guilty plea hearing for a nonprofit that authorities say was used as part of a...

Dutch govt offers gesture of appreciation to Srebrenica vets

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THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The Dutch government said Wednesday that it will pay veterans of a United Nations peacekeeping mission that failed to prevent...