Letter To President Obama Tests Positive For Ricin, FBI Says Tainted Letter Not Linked To Boston Attack

A day after a letter addressed to Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi was confiscated for testing positive for a ricin, authorities have confirmed a letter addressed to the president was also intercepted. Both letters were discovered Tuesday at sepa ...

Third Boston Bombing Victim Is Chinese National

The third victim of Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon has been identified as a Chinese graduate student at Boston University. The Chinese Consulate in New York confirmed Tuesday a Chinese national had died, but at the request of the victim ...

President Barack Obama Calls Boston Marathon Bombings A “Cowardly” Act Of Terrorism

President Barack Obama condemned the Boston Marathon bombings as a “cowardly act” on Tuesday at a press conference. Obama said investigators still have not determined a motive or named any suspects, but promised those responsible for the attack w ...

Boston Marathon Bombing Victims Identified As Krystle Campbell, 29, And Martin Richard, 8

Two of the three people killed Monday in the bombings at Boston Marathon have been identified by family members as 29-year-old Krystle Campbell and 8-year-old Martin Richard. Krystle’s family says she attended the marathon to cheer on her boyfrie ...

Boston Marathon Bombing Death Toll At 3, Attack Labeled An Act Of Terrorism

As FBI investigators work around the clock to identify the person or group behind the Boston Marathon bombings, the death toll rose to three. The dead included 8-year-old Martin Richard, the son of respected community leaders Bill and Denise Rich ...

2 Dead, 22 Wounded In Boston Marathon Explosions

Two powerful explosions rocked Boston Marathon Monday afternoon, multiple media outlets have confirmed. Just seconds apart, the explosions occurred shortly before 3 p.m. An expert told CNN the explosions were “probably planned.”

New Jersey Employment and Civil rights Attorneys Protect Sexual Harassment verdict in Appellate Court

Costello & Mains, P.C., are proud to announce that partner Deborah L. Mains successfully defended a jury verdict obtained on behalf of a victim of sexual harassment.

PAC Launches 2014 Campaign Program To Stop Amnesty Legislation in DC

ALIPAC is launching their 2014 candidate and campaign program to put the brakes on any legislation that would put America's borders on a path to destruction by legalizing illegal aliens.

Texas College Stabbing Suspect Dylan Quick Planned Attack, Fantasized About Killing

Texas stabbing spree suspect Dylan Quick has been charged with 3 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for Tuesday’s attack at the CyFair campus of Lone Star College. Authorities say Quick, a Lone Star student, confessed to having spe ...

Stabbing Rampage At Texas College Leaves 14 Wounded

A suspect is in custody following a stabbing rampage at a Texas community college Tuesday morning. The suspect’s name and age have not been released. Initial reports that a second attacker remained at large proved to be inaccurate. The attack hap ...

Zamansky Investigates Allegations of Payments By Fund Companies To Wealth Management Firms Sontag Advisory, PHH Investments, Dion Money Management and Luminous Capital

Zamansky & Associates LLC is investigating allegations of payments by mutual fund companies to wealth management firms Sontag Advisory LLC, PHH Investments Ltd., Dion Money Management LLC and Luminous Capital, a division of First Republic Bank.

Los Angeles Employment Attorney Douglas N. Silverstein Cited By Houston Chronicle

Los Angeles employment lawyer Douglas N. Silverstein, a founding partner of the esteemed labor law firm Kesluk & Silverstein, was recently asked to comment in a featured Houston Chronicle article on the effects that workplace discrimination could ...

Arizona Traffic Lawyers Corso & Rhude Give the Inside Story on Civil Speeding and Criminal Speeding in Arizona

Arizona Traffic Lawyers Corso & Rhude Give the Inside Story on Civil Speeding and Criminal Speeding in Arizona

Bronx Criminal Defense Lawyer Takes on The Toughest Criminal Cases

From pink summons matters to the most complex federal criminal cases, Peter J. Schaffer has provided top quality legal representation to his clients for over twenty-six years.

Connecticut Gun Legislation Bans More Assault Weapons, High Capacity Magazines

New gun legislation signed by Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy on Thursday is being hailed as the toughest in the nation. Malloy praised the bill’s passing, but insisted that it “does not mark the end of our efforts” in gun control. The legislation ...

Volpe and Koenig Founding Shareholder Fred Koenig to Present at the American Bar Association’s 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference

Doehrman Chamberlain Law Firm Supports Brain Injury Awareness Month with Bowling Fundraiser

The Indianapolis brain injury attorneys of Doehrman Chamberlain are pleased to announce their corporate sponsorship of the Brain Injury Association of America’s (BIAA) 2013 Bowling for Brain Injury.

Celesq® Announces April-May CLE involving Developments in Corporate/Sec. Enforcement; Litigation Skills; IP, Asset Protection

Prosecutors: James Holmes To Face Death Penalty

Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes will face the death penalty, prosecutors said Monday in a hearing in Colorado. Holmes previously attempted to avoid the death penalty by offering to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence without ...

Sandy Hook Shooting Happened In Less Than 5 Minutes, Documents Reveal

Newly released court documents about the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut reveal it took shooter Adam Lanza less than 5 minutes to fire 154 rounds, killing 20 children and 6 staff members before he turned a weapon ...