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DETROIT (AP) — The stunning acquittal of seven Michigan militia members charged with conspiring to launch a war against the government by killing a police officer and then attacking the funeral to kill more officers could make federal agents...
Tags: Trials, Prosecution, FBI, Defendants, Unrest, Conflicts and War
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterLittle Layla Shaffer locked her arms around Cpl. Jacob Shaffer's neck and buried her face into his chest. The 2-year-old girl wasn't about to say goodbye to Daddy, whether the U.S. Marine Corps needed him or not. "It's a little of both," said Layla's...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND - Steve Nemeth runs his index finger along the pages of the old ledger pulled from a heavy metal safe in the sexton’s cottage of City Cemetery. The cemetery is snuggled in a struggling urban neighborhood, bounded by LaPorte Avenue...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee says the U.S. should work with Turkey to establish safe zones for retreating Syrian rebels. Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana says the so-called safe zones would be on...
This week some students are taking part in a special day camp in Bristol in Elkhart County. But they're not learning about nature, or making crafts. As WSBT's Ed Ernstes reports in the video attached above, they are living history and learning first-hand...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterA Goshen man running this year for north-central Indiana’s seat in Congress has switched parties. Andrew Straw, a lawyer who declared his candidacy for the 2nd District seat as a Democrat in May, announced Tuesday he will run as a member of the...
DETROIT (AP) — The leader of a southern Michigan Christian militia says in a conversation secretly recorded by an undercover informant that he would kill police officers and their family members as part of a prelude to a larger war against the...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, Hutaree
DETROIT (AP) — A jury Friday heard the leader of a southern Michigan Christian militia talk about attacking police officers and his fear of foreign troops on U.S. soil in conversations secretly recorded by an FBI agent who infiltrated the group....
Tags: Trials, Prosecution, Flu Vaccine, Justice System, FBI
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) — The United States has paid $50,000 in compensation for each Afghan killed in the shooting spree attributed to a U.S. soldier in southern Afghanistan, an Afghan official and a community elder said Sunday. The families of...
Tags: Executive Branch, Government, Bombings, Explosions, Politics
DETROIT (AP) — Prosecutors on Monday defended their criminal case against seven members of a Michigan militia who are seeking dismissal of key charges related to an alleged conspiracy to rebel against the U.S. government. A request for acquittal is...
DETROIT (AP) — Prosecutors at the trial of seven Michigan militia members displayed pictures and dramatic video of bombs ripping through steel drums and cars Thursday, all demonstrations conducted by agents with explosive parts or diagrams linked to...
GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) — Bobblehead dolls of the man who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln have been pulled from sale at the Gettysburg National Military Park visitors' center bookstore. The dolls of John Wilkes Booth with a handgun were removed...
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