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This Aug. 13, 2018 file photo provided by the Pinellas County, Fla., Sheriff's Office shows Michael Drejka. Drejka is accused of fatally shooting an unarmed black man in a parking lot dispute in July. The case ignited Florida's "stand your ground law." During a hearing Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, a judge set the trial date for Aug. 19, 2019. (Pinellas, Fla., County Sheriff's Office via AP, File)
August trial set for fatal Florida parking dispute shootingA trial date has been set in the case of a white man accused of fatally shooting an unarmed black man in a parking lot dispute in July
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4th defendant in malnourished boy's death get prisonA man charged with neglect in the death of a malnourished 9-year-old Indiana boy with cerebral palsy has reached a plea agreement in the case
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Police say video of toddler yanked from mom not whole storyA more complicated story is emerging from a video gone viral, showing a tug-of-war between a New York mother with a toddler and police yanking the boy from her
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Ethan Way, defense attorney for Denise Williams, speaks to the media after his client received guilty verdicts on all three charges in the trial against Williams for the murder of her husband Mike Williams, Friday, Dec. 2018.(Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat via AP, Pool)
Florida tale of infidelity and homicide ends with convictionAfter spellbinding trial featuring tales of infidelity and a multimillion dollar insurance payout, a jury convicts a Florida woman of helping to mastermind the killing of her husband decades ago
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This Nov. 28, 2018 photo provided by the United States Attorney's Office and introduced as evidence in court in Honolulu shows some of hundreds of shark fins seized from a Japanese fishing boat. U.S. prosecutors in Hawaii accuse the owner and officers of the Japanese fishing boat of helping Indonesian fishermen smuggle nearly 1,000 shark fins. Hamada Suisan Co. Ltd., the Japanese business that owned the vessel, and JF Zengyoren, a Japanese fishing cooperative, were charged on Dec. 11, 2018, with aiding and abetting the trafficking and smuggling of shark fins. (U.S. Attorney's Office via AP)
Japanese boat owners charged with helping smuggle shark finsU.S. prosecutors in Hawaii are accusing the owners and officers of a Japanese fishing boat of helping Indonesian fishermen smuggle nearly 1,000 shark fins
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This Nov. 28, 2018 photo provided by the United States Attorney's Office and introduced as evidence in court in Honolulu shows some of hundreds of shark fins seized from a Japanese fishing boat. U.S. prosecutors in Hawaii accuse the owner and officers of the Japanese fishing boat of helping Indonesian fishermen smuggle nearly 1,000 shark fins. Hamada Suisan Co. Ltd., the Japanese business that owned the vessel, and JF Zengyoren, a Japanese fishing cooperative, were charged on Dec. 11, 2018, with aiding and abetting the trafficking and smuggling of shark fins. (U.S. Attorney's Office via AP)
The Latest: 10 fishermen plead guilty in shark fin caseU.S. prosecutors in Hawaii are accusing the owners and officers of a Japanese fishing boat of helping Indonesian fishermen smuggle nearly 1,000 shark fins
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US couple accused of enticing Chinese into sex traffickingA New Hampshire husband and wife are accused of luring at least 27 Chinese women into the sex trade at locations across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont
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Priest criticized teenager who killed himself at funeralThe Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit says it regrets that a priest officiating at a teen's funeral questioned whether he would get to heaven after killing himself.
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Brothers charged in death of man wrapped in duct tapeA grand jury has handed up an indictment charging two brothers in the death of a Louisiana man who had been wrapped in duct tape and died of asphyxiation
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In this Oct. 23, 2018, file photo, Borey Ai poses for a photo at the Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law Caucus in San Francisco. Ai spent 19 years in prison before parole officials decided he'd turned his life around and he walked out of San Quentin in Nov. 2016 and into the waiting arms of federal immigration agents. In a rare step, the California Supreme Court has blocked Gov. Jerry Brown's attempt to issue a pardon to a 37-year-old man Cambodian refugee facing deportation for killing and robbing a woman when he was 14 years old. The court offered no public explanation for its rejection on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018 of Borey Ai's pardon. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)
California court blocks pardon of man who killed at age 14In a rare step, the California Supreme Court has blocked Gov. Jerry Brown's attempt to issue a pardon to a 37-year-old man Cambodian refugee facing deportation for killing and robbing a woman when he was 14 years old
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FILE - In this Sept. 11, 2010, file photo, a natural gas line lies broken on a San Bruno, Calif., road after a massive explosion. The California Public Utilities Commission said Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, that an investigation by its staff found Pacific Gas & Electric Co. lacked enough employees to fulfill requests to find and mark natural gas pipelines. A U.S. judge fined the utility $3 million after it was convicted of six felony charges for failing to properly maintain a natural gas pipeline that exploded south of San Francisco in 2010, killing eight people. (AP Photo/Noah Berger, File)
California alleges utility falsified pipeline safety recordsRegulators are accusing one of California's largest utilities of falsifying safety documents on natural gas pipelines
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FILE - In this Sept. 11, 2010, file photo, a natural gas line lies broken on a San Bruno, Calif., road after a massive explosion. The California Public Utilities Commission said Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, that an investigation by its staff found Pacific Gas & Electric Co. lacked enough employees to fulfill requests to find and mark natural gas pipelines. A U.S. judge fined the utility $3 million after it was convicted of six felony charges for failing to properly maintain a natural gas pipeline that exploded south of San Francisco in 2010, killing eight people. (AP Photo/Noah Berger, File)
The Latest: PG&E says it's acted to meet pipeline standardsA spokesman for a California utility accused of falsifying records on natural gas pipelines says the company failed to live up to its commitment of thorough and accurate record-keeping
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