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Ex-St Paul's Student Owen Labrie Could Be Freed on Bail as Court Considers Request for New Trial
Former prep school student Owen Labrie, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a classmate last August, could be set free on bail from his 12-month jail sentence after the New Hampshire Supreme Court asked the trial court that sentenced Labrie to prison for violating his curfew to reconsider its
New Details Emerge on Former Prep Student Owen Labrie's Life in Jail as He Requests New Trial
New details have emerged about former star prep student Owen Labrie's life in a New Hampshire county jail – and he has filed a request for a new trial following his sexual assault conviction last August. A motion requesting a new trial filed Tuesday takes issue with Labrie's original defense team,
Ex-St. Paul's Student Appeals Sex Assault Conviction, Requests New Trial
Owen Labrie has hired a new lawyer as he remains behind bars after his bail was revoked.
The President in Your Garage: Obama’s Off-Beat Communications Strategy
He may be a lame duck, but President Obama just might be aiming to be the coolest commander-in-chief ever. And sometimes that entails hanging out in some dude’s garage. President Obama sat down amid the clutter of a couple of cardboard boxes and old posters in California recently to guest star on a
The Note: Marco's Money
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES --ANALYSIS -- ABC's RICK KLEIN: It's easy enough to mock a particular media portrayal of Marco Rubio , cast as -- shock! -- someone who has struggled with his finances yet owns a luxury boat that isn't that fancy and an expensive home that looks, well, fine. (The
Where All of President Obama's Top Aides Have Ended Up
President Barack Obama's former press secretary Robert Gibbs is far from the first high profile staffer to leave the White House for a plum private sector gig. The announcement that Gibbs will be headed to work in the corporate offices of McDonald's Golden Arches makes his just one of the latest
FBI Increases Reward for ‘Safe Return’ of American Robert Levinson, Disappeared in Iran
The FBI has increased the reward to $5 million for the “safe return” of former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared in Iran while on a CIA mission eight years ago today. Tuesday will be his 67th birthday. FBI Director James Comey announced the increase on the bureau’s website, saying it is
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By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES WHAT CONTROVERSY? On a day when Hillary Clinton was battered by stories surrounding her use of a private email account during her four-year tenure at the State Department, the former Secretary managed to completely avoid the controversy du jour. Speaking to...
White House Won't Say If Clinton Broke the Law by Using Personal Email Only
Obama administration employees should use their official e-mail when conducting government business, Earnest says.