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Lawyers assisting Hasan believe he is seeking the death penalty, asked to drop case.
After a gruesome nine-week trial, jury will finally decide Bulger's fate.
The Irish mob boss also asked authorities to give more than $800,000 to the families of alleged victims.
The former university administrators are accused of perjury, conspiracy and endangering children.
The law would have banned certain businesses from selling sodas and sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces.
The family of one of Whitey Bulger's alleged victims is upset his associate will appear on 'Saint Hoods.'
A federal class action suit claims D.C. cops have physically targeted black motorcyclists.
You can’t buy your own verdict, but you can pay for a speedier trial.
The first juror to speak publicly said she thought George Zimmerman did not use "good judgment."
The Obama administration showed its support at an annual conference on drug courts.