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Video captures Christian boarding school life coaches, program director assaulting boy

CAROLINE COUNTY, Va. — It’s shocking video of four boarding school workers assaulting a teen boy they were supposed to be helping — and their crimes were caught on camera. The images were taken inside the …

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Judge denies former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez motion to remove cell phone as evidence for trial

A Bristol County (Mass.) Superior Court judge denied former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s motion to suppress evidence collected from Hernandez’s cell phone during the investigation into his alleged …

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Sanford Rubenstein video shows alleged rape victim, friend kissing him: source

Lusty lawyer Sanford Rubenstein was seen on an elevator security video making out with the woman who has accused him of rape — and then kissing her female friend, a knowledgeable source said Friday. The trio, who had …

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Fired New York Police Review Board Head Sues, Alleging Stop-And-Frisk Coverup

NEW YORK — The former executive director of the city Civilian Complaint Review Board sued the police watchdog agency hours after she was fired on Monday, alleging she was ousted in retaliation for reporting sexual …

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After inmate’s death, sergeant to be questioned

The Florida corrections sergeant accused of threatening a female inmate who died last week at Lowell Correctional Institution is being questioned by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Miami Herald has …

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Lawmaker Calls Use Of Solitary Confinement For Teens On Rikers Island ‘Torture’

NEW YORK — New York City Department of Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte said on Wednesday that he’s ending solitary confinement for young inmates on Rikers Island, New York’s largest jail facility. …

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Supreme Court blocked Nevada same-sex marriage by mistake

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy mistakenly blocked the start of same-sex marriage in Nevada in an order that spawned confusion among state officials and disappointment in couples hoping to be wed. Court …

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Amazon Warehouse Workers Head To Supreme Court Over Unpaid Theft Screenings

WASHINGTON — Anyone who’s ever worked filling orders in an Amazon warehouse knows the drill: Once your shift is over, you must stand in line and wait to be screened for stolen goods before you can leave. The …

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Justice Dept. refers request to investigate NYPD to civil rights division

The Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division is considering a request to investigate whether the NYPD’s controversial “broken windows” crime-fighting strategy violates the civil rights of …

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Adrian Peterson appears in Texas courtroom as his lawyer Rusty Hardin says ‘don’t rush to judgment’

CONROE, Texas – Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson entered a third-floor courtroom behind his attorney, Rusty Hardin, at 9:11 a.m., to face child abuse charges Wednesday. He walked past five wooden benches filled with …

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