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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge on Wednesday rejected Brad Pitt's request to seal details about custody arrangements in his divorce from Angelina Jolie Pitt. Los Angeles Superior Court Richard J. Burdge Jr. denied Pitt's request in a brief written order that states the filing did not...
Texas State University President Denise Trauth wrote that several fliers were found and removed from different Texas State University campus locations today. They were encouraging people to report undocumented immigrants to federal authorities. She states the university,...
NEW YORK (AP) — The United States has returned to the Italian government a recovered marble statue that was stolen more than three decades ago. A ceremony was held Wednesday in New York. The headless and armless statue depicts a woman wearing a garment common in ancient Greece...
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A Nevada man who authorities say is a member of the New Jersey crime family believed to be the model for HBO's "The Sopranos" has admitted plotting the death of an organized crime rival. Federal prosecutors say Charles Stango pleaded guilty Wednesday in...
PARIS (AP) — As Western nations dig in to protect their own citizens, their territory and their way of life, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations warned on Wednesday that a security challenge may await them down the road if they fail to do their share in sheltering refugees...
The Office of the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division today announced it will be entering into a partnership with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) to launch a High Needs Conservatorship Pilot Project aimed at improving emergency and long-term...
EPHRATA, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania police department says a black cat was lucky for one of its officers tracking down a fugitive. The Ephrata Police Department posted on its Facebook page that officers were searching for Jonathan Michael Steffy last month over an outstanding...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Military leaders are trying to fix the lengthy, inconsistent process for investigating senior officers accused of misconduct, The Associated Press has learned. They are seeking to change a hodgepodge system in which investigations can drag on for years while...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Military leaders are trying to fix the lengthy, inconsistent process for investigating senior officers accused of misconduct, The Associated Press has learned. They are seeking to change a hodgepodge system in which investigations can drag on for years while...