A former New Orleans police officer who was convicted three years ago of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a man after Hurricane Katrina was found not guilty Wednesday by a second jury.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Three years ago, a jury heard lurid testimony about a burned body and a brazen cover-up before convicting a former New Orleans police officer of fatally shooting a man without justification in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. [...
David Warren was originally convicted of manslaughter in death of Henry Glover, but verdict was overturned
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal jury on Wednesday acquitted a former New Orleans police officer of fatally shooting a man without justification outside a strip mall in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath. Jurors for David Warren's retrial deliberated for 12 hours over two days before acquitting him of a...
A federal jury on Wednesday acquitted a former New Orleans police officer of fatally shooting a man without justification outside a strip mall in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath.
Jurors who didn't hear about burned body acquit ex-officer in deadly shooting after Katrina
In 2nd day of deliberations on ex-cop charged in post-Katrina shooting, jury asks 2 questions
NY's highest court refuses to honor subpoena for reporter in Colorado theater shooting case
Jury to hear closing arguments in ex-officer's retrial over deadly shooting after Katrina
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A former New Orleans police officer testified Monday at his retrial that he thought he saw a gun in the hand of the man he shot and killed outside a strip mall in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath — and still believes he was justified to use deadly force.
Court date set for San Diego facing felony extortion charges in revenge porn case
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Neighbors recall Lance Holger Anderson as a nice, chatty guy who was always ready to help; the kind of person who fixed a flat tire for an elderly neighbor, gave away a Christmas tree to another, and...
Teens call them ghost parties: gatherings organized on a whim -- at a house that's often not the host's.
A Kansas City man has been executed for killing a good Samaritan who stopped to help him and his friends after their car had broken down in 1994.
A man tried to drive around a railroad crossing bar in Virginia and was struck...
A First Amendment purist could certainly find expressive speech in a topless performer's 2 a.m. lap dance, but we conjecture it would be easier to find illegal drugs, excessive alcohol and...
Jonathan Zimmerman of New York University writes that sites of school shootings should be preserved as a warning.
Today, the board votes on a change to board policy that will require school symbols to respect cultural differences, values and attitudes. Native American tribes suffered a genocide at the hands of...
Despite the gains made in curbing AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, there is still a big gap between what’s been accomplished and what more could be done.
AT ONE point during Monday’s rowdy forum on D.C. education, a mayoral candidate wondered why the city even needed a schools chancellor. It was a silly assertion, made by a long-shot candidate.
For millions of little boys and girls living in America, happy endings are merely fairy tales.