The Taliban have claimed responsibility for an attack in Afghanistan that killed four U.S. troops just hours after the insurgent group announced it would hold talks with the Americans on finding a political solution...More >>
The Afghan president on Wednesday suspended talks with the United States on a new security deal to protest the way his government was being left out of initial peace negotiations with the Taliban meant to find ways to end...More >>
Mario Chalmers broke out of a shooting slump to score 10 points, lifting the Miami Heat to a 27-25 lead over the San Antonio Spurs after one quarter of Game 6 in the NBA Finals on Tuesday night.More >>
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A final hearing is set for Tuesday in a lawsuit contesting city council election results in Tuskegee. The plaintiffs allege fraud and irregularities in the municipal election. The city said the chargesMore >>
A final hearing is set for Tuesday in a lawsuit contesting city council election results in Tuskegee. The plaintiffs allege fraud and irregularities in the municipal election. The city said the charges are not true.More >>
FAYETTE, Ala. -- A judge in east Alabama rejected motions to dismiss a civil suit filed by the families of two Fayette police officers and a dispatcher against the makers and sellers of a video game.
The families allege the "Grand Theft Auto" game influenced a man to shoot the three to death. Relatives of the victims killed June 7th, 2003 by Devin Moore claim the game trained him to kill the officers in the Fayette Police Department. Fayette County Circuit Judge James Moore issued the ruling on December eighth. He set no trial date. The next step is to begin the discovery process and take depositions. Devin Moore was sentenced to death October sixth for the murders. Copyright 2005 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.