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Latest Stories Alaska's Stevens Vows to Appeal Convictionsupdated: Thu Oct 30 2008 18:00:00

A defiant Sen. Ted Stevens returned to his home state Wednesday a convicted felon, telling supporters that he's innocent and vowing he will be vindicated Alaska Sen. Stevens Guilty of Corruptionupdated: Mon Oct 27 2008 17:00:00

Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens was convicted of seven corruption charges Monday in a trial that tainted the 40-year Senate career of Alaska's political patriarch

Death of juror's father delays senator's corruption trialupdated: Fri Oct 24 2008 11:47:00

The judge in the federal corruption trial of U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens dismissed the jury Friday morning after a female juror left for California to deal with the death of her father.

Closing arguments draw sharp contrast at Stevens trialupdated: Tue Oct 21 2008 19:08:00

Sen. Ted Stevens repeatedly asked for invoices to cover home renovations and otherwise complied with Senate rules on accepting and reporting gifts of value, his defense attorney said in closing arguments Tuesday.

Sen. Ted Stevens takes the stand in his corruption trialupdated: Thu Oct 16 2008 17:36:00

Sen. Ted Stevens took the stand in his corruption trial Thursday afternoon and denied that he filed false financial forms with the Senate.

Neighbor disputes star witness in Stevens corruption trialupdated: Wed Oct 15 2008 20:30:00

A neighbor who helped oversee renovations to the home of Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens denied allegations that he said Stevens was "just covering his ass" when he requested to be billed for some of the costs associated with the construction.

Indicted Alaska senator 'a wonderful man,' colleague saysupdated: Tue Oct 14 2008 16:43:00

Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch heaped praise Tuesday afternoon on indicted Sen. Ted Stevens, calling him "decent" and "honorable" in testimony at Stevens' trial.

Judge denies motions to end Stevens trialupdated: Wed Oct 08 2008 18:08:00

A federal judge again declined to declare a mistrial or throw out charges in the corruption case against Sen. Ted Stevens on Wednesday, despite the defense's claims of prosecutorial misconduct.

Judge accuses lawyer of signaling to client in Stevens caseupdated: Tue Oct 07 2008 16:47:00

The judge in the corruption trial of Sen. Ted Stevens said Tuesday he saw an attorney for the government's star witness trying to communicate with his client while he was on the stand Monday.

Judge declines to dismiss charges against Alaska senatorupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 18:04:00

A federal judge Thursday rejected a motion by defense attorneys asking him to either to declare a mistrial in the criminal case against Sen. Ted Stevens or dismiss the indictment against him.

Senator's request for bill mere window-dressing, witness saysupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 14:36:00

The Alaska oilman who bankrolled improvements to Sen. Ted Stevens' chalet testified Wednesday that Stevens requested a bill for some of the work, but he disregarded the request when told that "Ted's just covering his ass."

Star witness takes stand in Stevens trialupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 04:41:00

The man who bankrolled most of the "free benefits" that Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens is accused of trying to hide took the stand at his trial Tuesday. Friend Turns on Sen. Stevens in Gift-Giving Trialupdated: Tue Sep 30 2008 17:00:00

A longtime friend of Sen. Ted Stevens has taken the stand as the star witness in the Alaska Republican's corruption trial Dispute Over Witness Disrupts Stevens Trialupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 18:00:00

A behind-the-scenes move by prosecutors -- sending an ailing potential witness home to Alaska -- has angered a federal judge and given Sen. Ted Stevens an opening to renew allegations that the government isn't playing fair in his corruption case Sen. Stevens Faces Arraignmentupdated: Thu Jul 31 2008 07:00:00

Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens is due in federal court to answer charges that he lied about hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts from an oil services contractor

FBI taped senator's phone calls in Alaska probe, source saysupdated: Fri Sep 21 2007 18:37:00

The FBI has taped conversations between Republican Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska and an oil company executive who has pleaded guilty to bribery, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.

FBI searches U.S. senator's home amid corruption probeupdated: Mon Jul 30 2007 22:36:00

FBI and Internal Revenue Service agents searched the Alaska home of longtime Sen. Ted Stevens on Monday amid a corruption probe that already has snared two oil-company executives and a state lobbyist.

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