The US Department of Defense is tearing apart multibillion-dollar incinerators in four states, which were used to destroy tons of deadly nerve gas and other chemical weapons. Technology other than incineration will be used to neutralize chemical agents.
Chiarini photo: The ex-boyfriend of Annmarie Chiarini posted her nude photos online. So-called "revenge porn" is legal in everywhere in the US but California and New Jersey. Does the right of free speech permit a sexually explicit photo to be posted without permission?
After winning a landslide reelection as Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie failed in an attempt to remove the state Senate Republican leader, Tom Kean, son of Christies's long-time political mentor, former Governor Tom Kean Sr.
Transit officials say a family medical leave provision in the labor contract that settled two recent BART strikes is too expensive, and was added to the contract inadvertently. They've called for renewed talks with union representatives.
Richie Incognito filed a grievance over his suspension from the Miami Dolphins. Jonathan Martin gave seven hours of testimony Friday about locker room incidents involving Richie Incognito. Martin says he still wants to play in the NFL.
Marines accident: There was no live firing on the range at the time of the periodic sweep of explosive materials, said a Marine official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly.
Brigadier General John Bullard offered condolences to the families of four Marines who died while clearing an artillery and bombing range on Wednesday at Camp Pendleton in California. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
Pittsburgh shooting: A shooting outside Brashear High School in Pittsburgh left three teens injured and sent five others to jail on Wednesday. The shooting may have been connected to a drug-related fight last month, said police.