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Man charged in Planet Fitness attack turns self in for another incident

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Man charged in Planet Fitness attack turns self in for another incident

- Jordan Lamonde faces criminal mischief/vandalism, resisting arrest charges. PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — The man accused of attacking a woman in the parking lot of a Rochester Planet Fitness in June is facing additional charges for an unrelated incident. Portsmouth police said Jordan Lamonde, 22, of Portsmouth, turned himself into police Monday. Lamonde was charged with three counts of criminal mischief/vandalism and one count of resisting arrest
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New York Times editor testifies in Sarah Palin lawsuit

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New York Times editor testifies in Sarah Palin lawsuit

- A top editor for the New York Times provided more than an hour of testimony on Wednesday, as a federal judge in Manhattan continues to weigh whether to proceed with Sarah Palin's defamation lawsuit against the newspaper. Fielding questions from attorneys representing both Palin and his paper, Times editorial page editor James Bennet detailed the writing and research behind a piece that prompted the former Republican vice presidential candidate to take legal action
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SEC, DOJ charge seven with insider trading off stolen bank data

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SEC, DOJ charge seven with insider trading off stolen bank data

- The Securities and Exchange Commission charged seven individuals on Wednesday with insider trading in what the regulator said was a wide-ranging scheme that generated more than $5 million in profits by trading on confidential information about dozens of impending mergers and acquisitions allegedly stolen from the investment-bank employer of one of the accused. The traders allegedly attempted to evade detection by using shell companies, code words and an encrypted, self-destructing messaging application
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Missouri lawmakers looking again at prevailing wage law

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Missouri lawmakers looking again at prevailing wage law

- JEFFERSON CITY • Members of a special Senate panel signaled Wednesday that a Republican-led push to repeal union-backed labor laws in Missouri is far from over. After a legislative session that saw the Legislature and Republican Gov. Eric Greitens approve a controversial “right to work” law and other pro-business reforms, a repeal of prevailing wage laws is moving back in the spotlight
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Convicted felon arrested in Norwalk for firearm and drug charges

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Convicted felon arrested in Norwalk for firearm and drug charges

- NORWALK, Conn. (WTNH) — A convicted felon is facing multiple charges after he was allegedly found with firearms and drugs in Norwalk on Tuesday. Police say they arrested 27-year-old Terrence Voss on charges of Criminal Possession of Firearm, Criminal Possession of Ammunition, Possession of Narcotics, Possession of Narcotics with Intent to Sell, Possession of Narcotics within 1500 feet of a school
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Former Belleville couple indicted for hiding their daughter's body following her murder

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Former Belleville couple indicted for hiding their daughter's body following her murder

- ST. CLAIR COUNTY • A grand jury has indicted a former Belleville couple on charges that they concealed the homicidal death of their daughter. Jason and Elizabeth Quate made headlines earlier this year after Elizabeth Quate went to a domestic violence shelter in Las Vegas and told police that her husband had murdered the youngest of their three daughters, Alysha, 6, sometime in March 2013
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Neo-Nazi site sued for defamation, struggles to stay online

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Neo-Nazi site sued for defamation, struggles to stay online

- BATON ROUGE, La. — A Muslim-American radio host is accusing the publisher of a notorious neo-Nazi website of defaming him by falsely labeling him the "mastermind" of a deadly concert bombing in England, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday. SiriusXM Radio show host Dean Obeidallah sued The Daily Stormer's publisher, Andrew Anglin, two days after domain name registration companies Google and GoDaddy yanked the site's web address, making it unreachable until it re-emerged with a Russian domain name Wednesday
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Judge OKs Takata request to halt some air bag lawsuits

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Judge OKs Takata request to halt some air bag lawsuits

- Dover, Del. — A Delaware bankruptcy judge is temporarily halting the prosecution of lawsuits filed by Hawaii, New Mexico and the U.S. Virgin Islands against Japanese auto-parts supplier Takata over its lethally defective air bag inflators. Judge Brendan Shannon ordered the 90-day stay Wednesday after hearing arguments last week on Takata’s request to halt hundreds of air bag-related lawsuits while it works on a reorganization plan
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U.S. judge in Takata bankruptcy halts lawsuits vs. automakers

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U.S. judge in Takata bankruptcy halts lawsuits vs. automakers

- CHICAGO (Reuters) - A U.S. judge overseeing the bankruptcy of Takata Corp's 7312.T U.S. business on Wednesday halted lawsuits for 90 days against automakers brought by victims of its faulty air bag inflators. Takata requested a six-month stay of the lawsuits, arguing an injunction was needed so management could complete a $1.6 billion sale of the company's viable operations to Key Safety Systems and replace air bag inflators that are subject to the biggest recall in automotive history
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Man denies felony child abuse charges

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Man denies felony child abuse charges

- A Billings man charged with the years-long abuse of his young son has pleaded not guilty to felony charges. Cornelius Mitchell, 49, appeared Tuesday in Yellowstone County District Court. Mitchell is facing three counts of assault on a minor by accountability, two counts of aggravated assault by accountability and one count of assault with a weapon by accountability — all felonies
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Casper couple indicted on bankruptcy fraud charges

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Casper couple indicted on bankruptcy fraud charges

- A federal grand jury on Monday indicted a Casper couple on charges of bankruptcy fraud. The IRS alleged James Edward Knight II, 41, and Ashley Elizabeth Knight, 41, lied on an application for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in an attempt to avoid paying back taxes, at least some of which were related to the couple's failed business, Ikon Welding. The IRS said that although the two claimed in bankruptcy court in September 2015 that they owned no businesses and had no bank accounts, Ashley Knight had used a bank account for a company called Superior Fabrication in late 2014
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Oregon makes drug possession a misdemeanor

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Oregon makes drug possession a misdemeanor

- SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A bill signed by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Tuesday makes personal-use possession of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and other drugs a misdemeanor, not a felony. Oregon joined just a handful of other U.S. states in defelonizing drugs under the new law, which was supported by law enforcement groups and takes effect immediately. Jo Meza, owner of Amazing Treatment, a rehab center in Salem, applauded the move
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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

- Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 WEBVTT COURT IN OCTOBERTO PLEAD GUILTY TO A LESSERCHARGE.WEDDING DRESSES FROM THENOW-BANKRUPT ALFRED ANGELO AREGOING ON THE AUCTION BLOCK.A JUDGE HAS AGREED TO LET THEDELRAY BEACH-BASED BRIDAL CHAINAUCTION OFF ITS INVENTORY.ABOUT 6000 ITEMS, INCLUDINGWEDDING AND BRIDESMAID DRESSESAND ACCESSORIES WILL BEAUCTIONED OFF ON SEPTEMBERSECOND AT ALFRED ANGELO'SBROWARD COUNTY WAREHOUSE
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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

- Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 WEBVTT COURT IN OCTOBERTO PLEAD GUILTY TO A LESSERCHARGE.WEDDING DRESSES FROM THENOW-BANKRUPT ALFRED ANGELO AREGOING ON THE AUCTION BLOCK.A JUDGE HAS AGREED TO LET THEDELRAY BEACH-BASED BRIDAL CHAINAUCTION OFF ITS INVENTORY.ABOUT 6000 ITEMS, INCLUDINGWEDDING AND BRIDESMAID DRESSESAND ACCESSORIES WILL BEAUCTIONED OFF ON SEPTEMBERSECOND AT ALFRED ANGELO'SBROWARD COUNTY WAREHOUSE
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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

- Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 WEBVTT COURT IN OCTOBERTO PLEAD GUILTY TO A LESSERCHARGE.WEDDING DRESSES FROM THENOW-BANKRUPT ALFRED ANGELO AREGOING ON THE AUCTION BLOCK.A JUDGE HAS AGREED TO LET THEDELRAY BEACH-BASED BRIDAL CHAINAUCTION OFF ITS INVENTORY.ABOUT 6000 ITEMS, INCLUDINGWEDDING AND BRIDESMAID DRESSESAND ACCESSORIES WILL BEAUCTIONED OFF ON SEPTEMBERSECOND AT ALFRED ANGELO'SBROWARD COUNTY WAREHOUSE
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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

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Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing

- Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 Bridal boutique Alfred Angelo sets up auction following bankruptcy filing Auction scheduled for Sept. 2 WEBVTT COURT IN OCTOBERTO PLEAD GUILTY TO A LESSERCHARGE.WEDDING DRESSES FROM THENOW-BANKRUPT ALFRED ANGELO AREGOING ON THE AUCTION BLOCK.A JUDGE HAS AGREED TO LET THEDELRAY BEACH-BASED BRIDAL CHAINAUCTION OFF ITS INVENTORY.ABOUT 6000 ITEMS, INCLUDINGWEDDING AND BRIDESMAID DRESSESAND ACCESSORIES WILL BEAUCTIONED OFF ON SEPTEMBERSECOND AT ALFRED ANGELO'SBROWARD COUNTY WAREHOUSE
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  • SEC, DOJ charge seven with insider trading off stolen bank data
    SEC, DOJ charge seven with insider trading off stolen bank data

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    The Securities and Exchange Commission charged seven individuals on Wednesday with insider trading in what the regulator said was a wide-ranging scheme that generated more than $5 million in profits by trading on confidential information about dozens of impending mergers and acquisitions allegedly stolen from the investment-bank employer of one of the accused. The traders allegedly attempted to evade detection by using shell companies, code words and an encrypted, self-destructing messaging application
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  • Springfield gynecologist pleads not guilty to pared down indictment in U.S. District Court, 2 years after initial charges of a kickback scheme
    Springfield gynecologist pleads not guilty to pared down indictment in U.S. District Court, 2 years after initial charges of a kickback scheme

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    SPRINGFIELD - Dr. Rita Luthra pleaded not guilty in U.S. District Court Wednesday to charges included in a pared down version of an indictment that led to her arrest at her Longmeadow home two years ago. Luthra originally was charged by a federal grand jury in connection with an alleged pharmaceutical kickback scheme which she vehemently denied since the beginning. Federal prosecutors dropped that charge against her when defense attorney Stephen Spelman filed a motion to dismiss all charges against his client
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  • Casper couple indicted on bankruptcy fraud charges
    Casper couple indicted on bankruptcy fraud charges

    , billingsgazette.com

    A federal grand jury on Monday indicted a Casper couple on charges of bankruptcy fraud. The IRS alleged James Edward Knight II, 41, and Ashley Elizabeth Knight, 41, lied on an application for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in an attempt to avoid paying back taxes, at least some of which were related to the couple's failed business, Ikon Welding. The IRS said that although the two claimed in bankruptcy court in September 2015 that they owned no businesses and had no bank accounts, Ashley Knight had used a bank account for a company called Superior Fabrication in late 2014
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  • Janesville Police: Suspect connected to string of burglaries, thefts
    Janesville Police: Suspect connected to string of burglaries, thefts

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    Police in Janesville have arrested a woman on a number of charges in connection to a series of burglaries and thefts around the city. Amanda Rodden-Clawson, 25, has been charged with nine counts of burglary, seven counts of theft, five counts of criminal damage, two counts of operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent, obstruction, retail theft and trespassing. Police say officers were called out to the Drunken Monkey, 1802 Center Avenue, around 5 a
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  • SEC, DOJ charge seven with insider trading off stolen bank data
    SEC, DOJ charge seven with insider trading off stolen bank data

    , marketwatch.com

    The Securities and Exchange Commission charged seven individuals on Wednesday with insider trading in what the regulator said was a wide-ranging scheme that generated more than $5 million in profits by trading on confidential information about dozens of impending mergers and acquisitions allegedly stolen from the investment-bank employer of one of the accused. The traders allegedly attempted to evade detection by using shell companies, code words and an encrypted, self-destructing messaging application
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