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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A federal judge on Thursday upheld a New Hampshire law the Libertarian Party argued could prevent its candidates from getting on the ballot.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The latest on the trial of a former student at an elite prep school accused of raping a freshman as part of a tradition called Senior Salute (all times local):
JBlackmanCM: Pros. Joe Cherniske underscores semen and DNA evidence found inside accuser's underwear. Questions how it got there under Labrie's story.
JBlackmanCM: Pros: Labrie planned the score, planned the location, the timing. He "was going to get what he wanted and not take no for an answer."
JBlackmanCM: Carney claims the girl lied about not recalling telling a friend about her sexual expectations for the encounter. Taints her entire story.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A Maine man whose phony mayday call led to a seven-hour search by the U.S. Coast Guard was sentenced Thursday to a year in prison, and federal prosecutors said they hoped the penalty sends a message to other potential pranksters.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Associated Press correspondent Michelle Smith has won a regional journalism award for distinctive coverage of Rhode Island politics.
JBlackmanCM: Carney notes that the girl told friends she thought she had sex with Labrie. Submits that she mistook clothed pelvic grinding as intercourse
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Jurors deliberating the fate of a former prep school senior charged with raping a freshman were left to decide Thursday who was more credible: the defendant, who credited "divine inspiration" with helping him end their escalating sexual encounter, or the accuser, who couldn't recall telling a friend what sex acts she was prepared to perform.