July 28, 2014

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Suspect dead, marshals and cop wounded in NYCSexual assault suspect dead, federal marshals and police officer wounded in NYC shootout
The Associated Press7 minutes ago
Feds: Sexual assault suspect, 2 marshals and police officer wounded in New York City shootoutFeds: Sexual assault suspect, 2 marshals and police officer wounded in New York City shootout
The Associated Press17 minutes ago
Parolee convicted of killing NY officer, 2nd manNew York City parolee convicted of murder in shooting of police officer, carjacking victim
The Associated Press10 minutes ago
US court: Va. gay marriage ban unconstitutionalFederal appeals court upholds judge's ruling that Va. gay marriage ban is unconstitutional
The Associated Press20 minutes ago
CORRECTS TO A 1997 FILE PHOTO FROM 1987 - FILE - In this 1997 file photo, Kenneth Trentadue, shown in the poster hanging in the office of Oklahoma City lawyer Scott Adams, is pictured in Oklahoma City. Prison officials maintain that Trentadue committed suicide by hanging himself. Trentadue's family and Adams claim that the bruises covering his body are inconsistent with that type of death. Starting Monday, July 28, 2014, in a federal court trial in Salt Lake City, the FBI will have to persuade a judge they’ve really done everything possible to find video tapes of Timothy McVeigh minutes before he parked a truck outside the Oklahoma City federal building in 1995 and detonated a bomb that killed 168 people. The trial is the culmination of a nearly two-decade long quest by Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue to explain his brother’s mysterious jail cell death 19 years ago in Oklahoma. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter, File)
Trial begins in case over Oklahoma City bombingTrial begins as man clams FBI won't release Oklahoma City bombing videos showing 2nd suspect
The Associated Press22 minutes ago

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