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The director of market intelligence at an investor relations firm was arrested on insider trading charges Tuesday and accused of using drafts of press releases to illegally earn more than a half-million dollars.
A woman accused of trying to sneak aboard multiple flights without a ticket and sentenced to jail for returning to a Los Angeles airport in violation of her probation was arrested Tuesday after being recognized loitering at a Phoenix airport, police said.
Former day care worker Christina Regusters, 21, is the only person charged in the case, although her lawyer before trial suggested that others were involved.
Circular saws squealed and construction workers hammered away on buildings, part of this Appalachian area's painstaking recovery from a deadly 2012 tornado.
The unrest that grew out of a police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, is not likely to happen in response to a shooting 11 days ago in Arizona in which an officer killed a woman while trying to serve a mental health order, the top prosecutor for metropolitan Phoenix said Monday.
It's a time-honored rite harking back to an era of black-and-white TVs and the trio of networks whose programs they delivered: the grand unveiling of new fall fare.
17. . This image released by Fox shows Griffin Gluck, left, and Octavia Spencer from the "Red Band Society," premiering Sept.
It's a time-honoured rite harking back to an era of black-and-white TVs and the trio of networks whose programs they delivered: the grand unveiling of new fall fare.
The streets of Ferguson finally look like a tranquil Missouri town again. The protests have calmed.
Smartphones sold in California will have to have "kill switches" to disable stolen devices, under a first-in-the-nation law signed Monday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Attorneys for indicted Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry formally asked a judge Monday to dismiss felony charges alleging that the possible 2016 presidential candidate abused his power with a veto last summer.
A judge in Wyoming sentenced a 75-year-old Missouri woman to life in prison on Monday for killing her husband in the mid-1970s.
Father of slain teen Michael Brown, Michael Brown, Sr., left, and Reverend Al Sharpton, right, gesture to the crowd at Peace Fest, Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, in St. .
A child who authorities say was abducted from her kindergarten classroom and sexually assaulted during a 19-hour ordeal believes her attacker was a man, but prosecutors call the young woman who went on trial Monday the lone attacker.
It’s no secret that quite a few state legislators actually live outside districts they represent even though state law and constitution require them to reside in their districts.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne will find out Tuesday if voters think three years fighting off allegations of campaign-finance violations and other negative news outweighs what he argues is a solid record of accomplishments as the state's top law enforcement official.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:47 am
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