On the front page of this morning's Los Angeles Times, the paper notes that several legal experts suspect Cardinal Roger Mahony will not face criminal charges for covering up clergy sex abuse due to the statute of limitations. One advocacy group says those experts have it wrong.
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Drug possession, driving under the influence, vandalism and theft are just a few of the crimes celebrities commit to earn them a mugshot that lives on forever on the world wide web. Celebrity mugshots have become a part of pop culture due to the poses or distraught looks they have. But in the 1920s, ... More >>
Of all the painful
activities a dominatrix can take part in, there is none quite so
torturous as taxes. It is the first day of DomCon, the annual gathering
of sadists and the masochists who worship them, and a handful of novice
dominatrixes sit in one of the depressing, fluorescent-lit rooms in ... More >>
Al CaponeIt's been 63 years since he died, but Al Capone is still causing trouble. The iconic gangster who made his name during prohibition is now at the center of a Capone family conflict over the rights to the recipe for his tomato sauce. WalletPop.com is reporting that a wide array of peop ... More >>
It looked like a simple shooting, but the Pets R Us killing exposed an organized-crime network running credit-card and recycling fraud. And one of its leaders, Sarkis Antonyan, a.k.a. Little Al Capone, had two bullets in his head.