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Prince William County prosecutors said Tuesday they will not use photos taken of a 17-year-old Manassas City teen after his arrest for “sexting” last month, and they will allow a second search warrant for photos of the teen’s genitals to expire without serving it, according to...
James Cole, deputy attorney general in the Department of Justice, testified Thursday that the DOJ heard about the destruction of IRS officials’ emails in the news, even though DOJ has formally been investigating the IRS for more than a year. “I think we learned about it after...
When Austinite Natalie Madeira Cofield walks among the local boutiques and cafes in her South Congress Avenue neighborhood, she likes to take note of the other African-Americans she sees. “If I get past 10, I’m like, ‘Wow, there are a lot of black people out today,’” said...
A woman in Florida has received a $25,000 settlement after a police officer forced her to lift her shirt and shake out her bra during a routine traffic stop. Zoe Brugger, 29, was pulled over by Lakeland police officer Dustin Fetz on May 21 for a broken headlight. Silent video...
More Americans than ever live in multigenerational households, and the number of millennials who live with their parents is rising sharply, according to a study released Thursday. A record 57 million Americans, or 18.1% of the population, lived in multigenerational arrangements...
For Colleen Simon, of Kansas City, Missouri, there's something about the month of May that brings dramatic change. In May 2012, she wed the love of her life, Donna, in Iowa. It was also at that time she learned her cancer was in remission. The following May, she applied for –...
Fresh off its victory over the City of Arlington, gun rights group Open Carry Tarrant County held a celebration rally Thursday night. Members grabbed their rifles and shotguns and handed out flyers as they marched across part of Arlington. Unlike in the past, though, they didn’t...
Edward Snowden is currently holed up in Russia, but the Guardian recently paid him a visit, and today published an interview today in which the former government contractor discussed numerous privacy violations, including the "routine enough" practice of intercepting nude photos...
A man with six previous drunk driving convictions will spend the rest of his life in prison after driving drunk for the seventh, and what will be his last time. It took the jury less that 30 minutes to convict 46-year-old Terry Lynn Stevens. Burnet County Assistant District...