October 21, 2014

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, center, signs the Re-victimization Relief Act as Maureen Faulkner, widow of police officer Daniel Faulkner, and Pa. State Rep. Mike Vereb look on Tuesday Oct. 21, 2014 in Philadelphia. Corbett signed into law the measure he says is intended to curb the "obscene celebrity" he says is cultivated by convicts like Mumia Abu-Jamal, who is serving a life sentence for the 1981 killing of Daniel Faulkner.  (AP Photo/Michael Sisak)
Law signed to curb Abu-Jamal's 'obscene celebrity'Governor signs law to curb 'obscene celebrity' of convicted killer Abu-Jamal
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Holmes interviewed for 22 hours for sanity examDoctor interviewed suspect in Colorado theater shootings for 22 hours, defense attorneys say
The Associated Press33 minutes ago
FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2013, file photo, Rasmieh Yousef Odeh stands outside the federal courthouse in Chicago. She is charged with immigration fraud, accused of lying to U.S. immigration officials when she failed to disclose her conviction for a terrorist bombing at a Jerusalem supermarket in 1969 that killed two people. Lawyers for Odeh urged a judge Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014, to bar any reference to terrorism at her upcoming trial on immigration charges. Odeh's trial is set for Nov. 4. If convicted, she would lose U.S. citizenship and likely be deported. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)
Lawyer seeks to bar terrorism reference at trialDetroit federal judge asked to block terrorism reference at trial of Palestinian activist
The Associated Press33 minutes ago
Nixon creating group to address Ferguson issuesMissouri Gov. Nixon creating commission to address issues raised in Ferguson
The Associated Press41 minutes ago
This April, 30, 2014 photo provided by ABQ BioPark shows a male marsupial, known by keepers as "Jasper," who is one of four Tasmanian devils introduced to Zoo visitors last Dec. 2013.  Keepers found Jasper dead in his outdoor enclosure on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 as staff prepared to open the Zoo to the public.  The killing of the rare Tasmanian devil on loan from Australia has prompted beefed-up security at the New Mexico zoo and a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. (AP Photo/Raymond Watt, ABQ BioPark)
Zoo boosts security after Tasmanian devil's deathNew Mexico zoo boost security after killing of rare Tasmanian devil on loan from Australia
The Associated Press43 minutes ago

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