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Content ManagerThe U.S. Army has decided on the site for its national museum. The Army chose the North Post of Fort Belvoir, Virginia to locate the National Museum of the U.S. Army. The NMUSA is scheduled to open in June 2013. Secretary of the Army John McHugh...
Tags: U.S. Army, Virginia, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Ohio, Navy Yard
GreenspaceMann, now a professor at Penn State University, is best known for his contributions to the so-called hockey stick graph that has been at the center of warnings that Earth's temperature rise has been precipitous and historically unprecedented. It has...
The Hartford CourantAaron Thomas, who was arrested Friday in connection with rapes in four states over 12 years, is scheduled to be arraigned in Superior Court Monday. Thomas, 39, is being held, with bail set at $1 million, at the Union Avenue jail, suspected in crimes...
Tags: Health, Imperial and Royal Matters, Theft, Crimes, Criminals
Staff reporterAfter years on his trail police say they have caught the man cops call the "East Coast Rapist." Suspect Aaron Thomas, 39, was busted Friday in Connecticut. Lt. Julie Johnson of the New Haven Police Department told reporters, "Aaron Thomas was taken...
Tags: WPIX, Sex Crimes, Virginia, Criminals, Crimes
TribLocal - EvanstonEvanston’s newly appointed director of community and economic development says he’s ready to collaborate with the city’s various departments and entities to enhance business and …...
Staff reporterThree teenaged girls in Dale City faced a real life horror Halloween night last year. At a shopping plaza, a gunman forced the girls down a nearby hill to a ravine. "He had them lay face down away from him", said Detective Steve Piaskowski with the Prince...
Sesquicentennial events abound as the four-year observance of the Civil War begins this week. Here's a sampler of those upcoming in the next few months: Maryland Baltimore, April 15-17: Commemorative events, living-history exhibits and a grand...
Sun reporterThe Virginia prosecutors of snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad say they oppose allowing Malvo to serve his life sentence in a federal prison as part of any far-reaching plea agreement, as has been suggested in recent months. Muhammad, 45,...
Sun reporterWith its tinted windows, dark-blue paint and white interior, the 1990 Chevrolet Caprice attracted little attention as it glided through the region in that awful fall of 2002. But the car -- in which police arrested John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd...
sun reporterConvicted sniper John Allen Muhammad will not have public defenders standing by to help him as he represents himself in his Montgomery County murder trial. The Office of the Public Defender in Montgomery County yesterday bowed out of the case, a day...
Tags: Lawyers, Trials, Virginia, Crimes, Justice System
Sun ReporterJohn Allen Muhammad would get to confront the youth he used to refer to as "my son" and "sniper" during an alleged murderous rampage in 2002 under terms of a deal that prosecutors are trying to work out with lawyers for Lee Boyd Malvo, according to...
Tags: Trials, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Louisiana, Politics
Sun reporterJohn Allen Muhammad's conviction in Montgomery County clears the way for murder trials in other jurisdictions where bullets from the sniper's gun allegedly claimed victims - including Louisiana, Alabama and the District of Columbia. But officials in...
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