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  • Sheriff: Detective claimed $15,000 for unworked shifts

    A Florida detective was arrested Thursday on accusations he claimed more than $15,000 in pay for shifts he didn't work, authorities said. Detective Luis Silberberg was taken into custody at the Broward Sheriff's Office headquarters and charged with grand theft, official misconduct and obtaining property by fraud, according to a sheriff's office news release. Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association President Jeff Bell said in an email that Silverberg will have his day in court regarding the allegation.

  • Supreme Court gives NY prosecutor a landmark legal victory

    The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. can obtain President Donald Trump's tax returns for a criminal investigation but sent a second request by Congress for the records back to lower courts. A: The records were being sought for a criminal investigation by Vance are part of a broader probe that includes payments made to buy the silence of two women, porn star Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal, who claim they had affairs with the president before the 2016 presidential election. Trump has denied them.

  • Inter concedes late equalizer in 2-2 draw at Verona

    Four days after a dispiriting home loss to Bologna, Inter Milan again conceded a late goal in a 2-2 draw at Hellas Verona on Thursday. Miguel Veloso equalized for Verona from the center of the area four minutes from time. The result meant Inter failed to reclaim third place in Serie A from Atalanta, which jumped ahead following its ninth straight win, against Sampdoria, on Wednesday.

  • Baltimore mayor: Columbus statue vandals will face justice

    Those who recently toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus and rolled it into Baltimore's Inner Harbor will face justice, the city's mayor said Thursday. Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said he was not going to tolerate the destruction of the Columbus statue, adding that while the city supports peaceful protest, the incident was not a peaceful protest, The Baltimore Sun reported. On Independence Day, a crowd pulled down the Columbus statue located near Little Italy, dragged it to the edge of the Inner Harbor and rolled it into the water.