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IN THE NEWS: MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ONLINE THREAT AGAINST PRESIDENT
SCRANTON, Pennsylvania (AP) -- A northeastern Pennsylvania faces sentencing in June after pleading guilty to posting an online threat to kill the president. Nicholas Savino pleaded guilty on Monday to posting a threat on the White House Web site last August. The posting called President Barack Obama "the Anti-Christ" -- and after accusing him of "breaking the constitution," said that he would have to "stand down or be shot dead." Savino is 42. He faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Savino was arrested about a week after posting the threat -- just before the president visited nearby Scranton, Pennsylvania. Authorities found three guns and 11,000 rounds of ammunition in his apartment and car. Under a plea deal, Savino had to forfeit the weapons and bullets.
IN THE NEWS: SELFIE AIDS SEARCH FOR ALLEGED THIEF
LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) -- A note to would-be thieves: you may be proud of your work, but it's probably not a good idea to take a selfie while in the process of committing a crime. Police investigating a burglary in Colorado don't have to worry about a sketch of the suspect responsible for stealing from a gymnastics studio -- because the alleged culprit took a selfie on an iPad that was swiped from the place. The thief probably didn't realize that the gym had an iCloud account, which collects data online and on remote servers. Authorities found a picture of a dark-haired, bearded man with a cigarette in his mouth. Along with an iPad, other items were taken from the gym studio in Loveland, Colorado a little over a week ago.