War in Iraq News Articles
The latest on NY prison escape: Lawyer: Husband in shock
By By The Associated Press7:50 a.m. The lawyer for the man whose wife is charged with helping two convicted murderers escape from a maximum-security New York prison says his client was "blown away" by revelations that she talked to the inmates about having them kill her husband after they broke out.
High court overturns conviction in synthetic drug case
By The Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court says people accused of selling synthetic drugs can't be convicted unless prosecutors show they knew the substance was prohibited by law. The justices ruled Thursday in favor of Stephen McFadden, a New York City man convicted of supplying bath salts to a store in Virginia.
Court: Synthetic drug sellers must know substance illegal
By By SAM HANANEL WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Thursday that people accused of selling synthetic drugs can't be convicted unless prosecutors show they knew the substance was prohibited by law.
Cool, rainy weather hinders hunt for loose killers on Day 11
By By RODRIQUE NGOWI DANNEMORA, N.Y. (AP) — Search teams hindered by cool, rainy weather combed through woods for an 11th day trying to track down two escaped murderers on Tuesday as one official raised doubts the escapees relied solely on a now-jailed prison worker to help them get away after their breakout.
State police to expand search for escaped murderers in NY
By By RODRIQUE NGOWI DANNEMORA, N.Y. (AP) — State police are planning to expand their search for two escaped murderers beyond a 16-square-mile area of woods, fields and swamps in northern New York where the manhunt has been most intense, even as rainy weather hampers their progress.