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Spanish court convicts 53 in corruption trial

10/04/2013 9:21am
A Spanish court convicted 53 people Friday in the country's biggest-ever corruption trial, which lasted two years and centered on widespread real estate fraud and bribery in the southern jet-set resort town of Marbella.

Man pleads guilty in Jeep crash near White House

10/04/2013 10:42am
An Ohio man pleaded guilty Friday to rigging his Jeep so that it would crash, unoccupied, near a White House Secret Service guard booth in June.

Not all federal agencies taking a hit in shutdown

10/04/2013 1:34pm
As many high-profile agencies sit idle because of the federal government shutdown, others are humming along just fine, thank you.

Judge suspends activity in Fast and Furious suit

10/04/2013 1:34pm
A judge has suspended activity in a dispute over documents between the Justice Department and Congress because of the government shutdown.

First NC government protester tried found guilty

10/04/2013 2:24pm
The first activist to face trial for being arrested during this year's mass protests at the North Carolina legislature has been found guilty on all charges.

Weather forecast includes apparent plea for pay

10/04/2013 5:44pm
There was more than the forecast in a National Weather Service dispatch Friday for south-central and southwestern Alaska.

Clinton: Shutdown shows 'scorched earth' politics

10/04/2013 7:52pm
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Friday derided the partial government shutdown, saying dysfunction and gridlock are emblematic of too many people in politics choosing "scorched earth over common ground."