Monthly Archives: October 2013

Toronto police say they have mayor drug video

Toronto police said Thursday they have obtained a video that appears to show Mayor Rob Ford smoking a crack pipe _ a video that Ford had claimed didn’t exist and has been at the core of a scandal that

Toronto police say they have mayor drug video

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Menor que mató a niño dijo estar “contento” por la atención recibida

Según la pericia psicológica, el menor de 14 años expresó “angustia, únicamente asociada a la próxima internación en el INAU (no al fallecimiento) y alegría (´contento´) por la repercusión familiar en cuanto a la atención recibida por parte de sus padres”.

Menor que mató a niño dijo estar “contento” por la atención recibida

Gobierno de Irak reclama “tercera guerra mundial” contra Al Qaeda

El primer ministro iraquí, Nuri al Maliki, reclamó durante una visita a Estados Unidos una “tercera guerra mundial” de la comunidad internacional contra el “virus” de Al Qaeda que golpea a su país.

Gobierno de Irak reclama “tercera guerra mundial” contra Al Qaeda

Calif. judge decides to send boy to state lockup

A California judge ruled Thursday that a 13-year-old boy who was 10 when he killed his neo-Nazi father will spend at least the next seven years in a state juvenile facility.

Calif. judge decides to send boy to state lockup

Va. high court reverses Tech massacre verdict

The state’s highest court on Thursday threw out a wrongful death verdict stemming from the 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech, but the ruling won’t shake the heightened diligence on the nation’s campuses

Va. high court reverses Tech massacre verdict

Court blocks ruling on NY police stop-frisk policy

A federal appeals court on Thursday blocked a judge’s ruling that found the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk policy was discriminatory and took the unusual step of removing her from the cas

Court blocks ruling on NY police stop-frisk policy

Kan. school bus goes off bridge into creek

A school bus with about 10 children ran off a rural bridge and plunged into a creek, forcing the children to climb from the windows and seek safety on top of the bus.

Kan. school bus goes off bridge into creek

Vatican polls Catholics on birth control, marriage

The Vatican is taking the unusual step of conducting a worldwide survey on how parishes deal with sensitive issues such as contraception, divorce and gay couples.

Vatican polls Catholics on birth control, marriage

Pumpkins replace politics at White House Halloween

Finally, the White House has pulled off a successful web launch.

Pumpkins replace politics at White House Halloween

Firm seeks Vt. power line under Lake Champlain

A New York company announced Thursday it hopes to build a 150-mile power line from the Canadian border under Lake Champlain and then across Vermont to the town of Ludlow where it would connect to the

Firm seeks Vt. power line under Lake Champlain