2005 TONY AWARD NOMINEES LUNCHEON
Actors Sara Ramirez, Christopher Sieber,Tim Curry, Michael McGrath and Hank Azaria (left to right) all Tony nominated cast members for Monty Python's Spamalot laugh as the shows nominated composer/lyrcist Eric Idle begs them to pose at the May 11, 2005 Tony Award Nominees luncheon. (UPI Photo/Ezio Petersen)
Prosecutor Timothy McGinty said Thursday Cleveland kidnapping-rape suspect Ariel Castro forced his alleged captives to terminate their pregnancies.
Police said Wednesday they have completed the search of the Cleveland house where three women were kept as sex slaves for a decade.
Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson said Tuesday police responded twice to the address where three kidnapped women were held for a decade.
Cleveland police released a recording of a radio order to end pursuit of a suspect's car, minutes before the suspect and a passenger died in a hail of bullets.
Cleveland police said they arrested the mother of a 3-year-old toddler whose body was found in garbage bags at a trash transfer station.
The Dublin-set romance "Once" won eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, in New York Sunday night.
The Irish musical "Once" led the field with 11 nominations when Tony Award nods were announced Tuesday in New York.
The Broadway musical "Nice Work If You Can Get It," starring Matthew Broderick, is up for a leading nine Outer Critics Circle Awards, organizers said Monday.
A shortage of qualified candidates has led to a Protestant being named for the first time to head a Roman Catholic school in Scotland.
The Cleveland Police Department has received $1 million forfeited by two brothers who ran a food stamp fraud operation.