Daniel Milzman, 19, faced federal charges for making the deadly toxin and keeping it in his dorm room.
Judge rules that Tampa socialite involved in Petraeus resignation can pursue claims against government.
Hundreds imprisoned since 1985 claim parole changes in 2000 added years to sentences after the fact.
The move comes after a series of exonerations stemming from flawed forensic evidence.
U-Va. Law found that many lack policies, despite a new push by the Justice Department and police chiefs.
Government prosecutors cited the complexity of the case against suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala.
Judge says state must allow disabled voters to use of ballot-marking tool tested in 2012 elections.
After 10-week trial, charges against four contract security guards for 2007 Baghdad shootings to go to jurors.
D.C. Attorney General Nathan: Second Amendment does not protect right to carry firearms in public.
Federal grant funds were used, and a former employee claimed he was unfairly fired for complaining about it.