The Apple Financial Services adviser preyed on the elderly and widowed, pilfering their savings.
The man is expected to survive; police asking those with surveillance footage to come forward.
13 members were indicted in 3 Va. killings, but experts said the case is part of a resurgence by the group.
Lawyers for hunger-striking detainee urge judge to order changes in military’s force-feeding methods.
Contributions during the former governor’s trial were less than during the two quarters before it.
The ex-Va. governor is arguing that the circumstances around it provide grounds for a new trial.
Proceedings against ex-Va. governor appropriate, prosecutors say; dismissed juror part of new trial bid.
Police decided after a review of the case that they had enough evidence to go before a grand jury.
New York Times journalist James Risen tried to fight a previous subpoena to the Supreme Court.
In another victory for Democratic plaintiffs hoping to break up black-majority districts, federal judges threw out the map because it concentrates black voters, diluting their influence elsewhere.