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  • Five men convicted in Mumbai rape cases that drew international focus

    Five men convicted in Mumbai rape cases that drew international focus
    MUMBAI, India – Five men were convicted Thursday for raping a photojournalist and a call-center operator in separate incidents that underlined India’s problem of sexual violence and spoiled this cosmopolitan city’s reputation for safety....
  • 9/11, Al Qaeda invoked as lawyers begin arguing terror trial

    9/11, Al Qaeda invoked as lawyers begin arguing terror trial
    NEW YORK -- Prosecutors portrayed an alleged Al Qaeda spokesman as a member of Osama bin Laden's inner circle Wednesday as they began trying to convince a jury that he knew in advance of terrorist plots against U.S. targets, even if he did not plan or...
  • 14 teens charged in La Habra mansion party, snow leopard theft case

    14 teens charged in La Habra mansion party, snow leopard theft case
    More than a dozen teens have been charged in connection with a break-in at a La Habra Heights mansion, where they allegedly threw a party while the owners were away and stole, among other items, a mounted snow leopard. The 9,000-square-foot home...
  • Teens who allegedly partied at, then looted, mansion due in court

    Teens who allegedly partied at, then looted, mansion due in court
    Fourteen teens accused of throwing a clandestine party at an unoccupied La Habra Heights mansion -- and then looting it of everything from collectible medieval armor to a mounted snow leopard -- are due in court Wedesday to face trespassing and burglary...
  • Santa Ana teen threatened to shoot classmates on 'hit list,' police say

    Santa Ana teen threatened to shoot classmates on 'hit list,' police say
    A 16-year-old student at a Santa Ana charter school has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to carry out a campus attack and shoot students he had named on a "hit list." The threat, police said, was made in an email to a former girlfriend. The ...
  • Student's alleged 'hit list' prompts armed guard at O.C. campus

    Student's alleged 'hit list' prompts armed guard at O.C. campus
    A Santa Ana charter school said it would keep an armed guard on campus at least until spring break after a student allegedly created a "hit list" of schoolmates and threatened to carry out a campus attack. The 16-year-old male sophomore at NOVA...
  • Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris proposes new anti-truancy laws for California

    Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris proposes new anti-truancy laws for California
    SACRAMENTO -- Warning that elementary school truancy in California has reached a crisis level, state Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris and lawmakers on Monday proposed a package of bills aimed at improving the tracking of absenteeism and the evaluation and...
  • 5 suspected White Power members arrested in high school burglary

    5 suspected White Power members arrested in high school burglary
    Five suspected White Power gang members were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of breaking into Eastside High School in Lancaster and stealing more than $15,000 in property and causing about $22,000 in damage to classrooms. In a statement, Los Angeles...
  • Principal charged with arson at North Dakota Catholic high school

    Principal charged with arson at North Dakota Catholic high school
    A North Dakota Catholic high school principal has been charged with setting fire to the building, forcing classes to be canceled for the week and rendering the half-century-old schoolhouse unusable until at least summer. Thomas Joseph Sander, 30, is...
  • Review: 'Kids for Cash' documentary examines Mark Ciavarella

    Review: 'Kids for Cash' documentary examines Mark Ciavarella
    Kidnapping a minor is a crime, but imprisoning a 14-year-old boy until age 19 for unknowingly riding a stolen scooter is justice. That was fair and right to Mark Ciavarella, a Pennsylvania judge known for his 60-second trials, and in whose courtroom...
  • The 'affluenza' debate comes to California

    The 'affluenza' debate comes to California
    The Texas teenager who played the "affluenza" card to stay out of prison certainly sounds like a spoiled brat. In fact, he wouldn't deny it; that was his argument for a light sentence — that his overprivileged, under-disciplined life had led to a...