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Opening statements in Jersey City murder trial stopped due to juror's illness

Opening statements in the murder trial of a 19-year-old Jersey City man where adjourned after a juror took ill today. JERSEY CITY -- The prosecution began presenting its opening statement today in the murder trial of a 19-year-old Jersey City man but the sudden illness of a juror caused an...

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Murder trial shocker: Witness who identified killer now says 'it was a lie'

A key witness recanted sworn statements made to police today on the stand at the murder trial of a Jersey City man. JERSEY CITY -- A key prosecution witness who identified the man on trial for murder as the killer eight years ago recanted his sworn statement Thursday -- at first saying he didn't...

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N.J. police officer arrested after brutal K-9 attack that cost city $3M

A lawsuit against Atlantic City alleges the officer was accused of excessive force 23 times over seven years. An Atlantic City police officer has been arrested for his role in a June 2013 arrest that left a Linwood man with 200 stitches after a brutal attack by the officer's K-9. Sterling Wheaten,...

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Jury awards dementia patient $3.6 million after he was bitten, assaulted by another resident at Aurora nursing home

An Arapahoe County jury this week awarded $3.6 million to a 76-year-old retired school teacher suffering from dementia after he was bitten and assaulted by another resident in an Aurora senior living center and the director allegedly tried to cover it up.

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Jury awards dementia patient $3.6 million after he was bitten, assaulted by another resident at Aurora nursing home

An Arapahoe County jury this week awarded $3.6 million to a 76-year-old retired school teacher suffering from dementia after he was bitten and assaulted by another resident in an Aurora senior living center and the director allegedly tried to cover it up.

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Jury awards dementia patient $3.6 million after he was bitten, assaulted by another resident at Aurora nursing home

An Arapahoe County jury this week awarded $3.6 million to a 76-year-old retired school teacher suffering from dementia after he was bitten and assaulted by another resident in an Aurora senior living center and the director allegedly tried to cover it up.

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Fate of 2 accused of murder is in jury's hands; victim was shot at least 19 times

Two fate of two Jersey City men charged with murdering a man shot some 19 time will be in the hands of the jury today. JERSEY CITY -- Two Jersey City men charged with murdering a man who was shot as many as 19 times on a front stoop in 2016 will have their fates placed in the hands of the jury...

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Rutgers credit card fraud charges remain unresolved as attorneys, prosecutor spar

Charges against eight current, former Rutgers football players referred to grand jury. The status of four Rutgers football players suspended due to charges related to an alleged credit card fraud scheme remains unresolved after a brief, but somewhat heated, hearing Thursday in Middlesex County...

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As part of a plea agreement in D.C., the former Trump campaign chairman pleaded guilty to charges that a federal jury deadlocked over in an earlier trial in Virginia.

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Manhattan’s district attorney dropped part of the criminal sexual assault case against Harvey Weinstein on Thursday after evidence emerged that cast doubt on the account one of his three accusers provided to the grand jury.

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Rapper Fabolous indicted on domestic violence, threat charges in N.J.

The rapper, whose real name is John Jackson, was charged in connection with two alleged incidents in Englewood in March A grand jury in Hackensack has indicted rapper Fabolous on counts of domestic violence and making terroristic threats. The rapper, whose real name is John Jackson, was charged in...

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Veteran who promised 'blood bath' in threats against congressman found guilty

A veteran from Millville was convicted in federal court Wednesday of threatening to murder Rep. Frank LoBiondo and his staff after asking for help with his medical treatment. A veteran from Millville was convicted in federal court Wednesday of threatening to murder Rep. Frank LoBiondo and his staff...

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Survivor Recap: Jeremy and Natalie Demonstrate the Two Best Ways to Blow Up Your Game

Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and a member of the jury on Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance. He has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach. “There’s a hundred different variables that go through your...

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