Daniel Beckwitt told authorities he hired Askia Khafra, picked him up in Silver Spring, Maryland, and drove him to his Bethesda home via a roundabout route through Virginia.
A 74-year-old man was shot 10 times while saving bride during an incident involving the groom's ex-wife and two other men.
The U.S. government has reportedly paid out more than $60 million in settlements between 2005 and 2017 over deaths, injuries and wrongful detentions involving border patrol agents.
The ruling was issued after Iran failed to respond to allegations it had assisted the hijackers.
The plaintiffs named in the case are students, clergy and local Charlottesville residents who seek damages related to the violence that broke out last summer in Virginia.
Richard Schlosser, from Newport Beach, denies the felony charges.
Navy Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Aaron A. Booker faces a federal charge of possession of stolen explosives.
Three people are being treated for gunshot-related injuries and a potential suspect is dead after an active shooter situation at YouTube's San Bruno, California headquarters.
Caleb Schwab, the son of Kansas Republican state Representative Scott Schwab, died in the accident in August 2016.
Kristina Petrie now faces an attempted murder charge.
The charge of injury of the elderly could carry up to ten years in prison and a $10,000 fine,
Dr. Randal Haworth also was accused of using illicit drugs and performing surgeries he may not have been fit to conduct after receiving treatment for eye cancer.
She was transported to various medical centers and died within hours of the attack.
Christopher Morton was fatally shot, while Nathan Bettencourt and Nicholas Kasper also suffered gunshot injuries when they arrived at the wrong house.
The man was put in a single-person cell despite deputies being told he had been purposefully and repeatedly hitting his head on a concrete floor.
Prosecutors called it "the worst domestic-violence case" in the recent history of Montgomery County.
A bill would make it a federal crime to own a flamethrower, with hefty fines and up to 10 years in prison.