DeAndre Harris, 20, would have faced up to 12 months in jail and a $2,500 fine if he'd been convicted
Officials don't expect to find any more survivors after a pedestrian bridge collapsed at Florida International University. A student was among those killed.
Officials said an emergency flare at the facility had been modified without a permit for non-emergency use.
McCabe has become a lightning rod in the political battles over the FBI's most high-profile cases, including the Russia investigation and the probe of Hillary Clinton's email practices. He has been a frequent target of criticism from President Trump.
Cohen, through his limited liability corporation Essential Consultants, made the claim in papers his lawyer filed in federal court Friday.
It is unclear if the 1991 felony conviction of Lebanese American businessman George Nader figures into his agreement to assist special counsel Robert Mueller III.
Activist Wali Rahman was charged with four misdemeanor counts after he allegedly spray painted the Frank Rizzo statue last year. But a prosecutor signaled Friday that most charges will be dropped against Rahman, who will then just face a summary offense of criminal mischief.
Amy Yu was on a plane to Cancun with a 45-year-old married man at the same time the mother of the high school sophomore was filing a missing persons report with Allentown police, police confirmed at a Friday news conference.
Joseph Pirri, of Blackwood, died Thursday at Cooper Medical Center in Camden, where he was taken after the attack March 7 about 4:20 p.m. in Deptford.
A state House investigation found the two women accusing state Rep. Nick Miccarelli of physical and sexual abuse were "credible," according to excerpts of its findings released Friday by one of the lawyers representing the accusers.
Amish Patel was allegedly driving while intoxicated and speeding when his car struck a minivan in Willingboro Township on Jan. 13.
Federal prosecutors on Friday charged Gary Alan Frank with a massive fraud. He sat on the boards of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Philly Pops.
Art has already been moved to Christie's auction house in New York and is being readied for sale in mid-April. But students and faculty remain unhappy about the La Salle decision to sell off many of the museum's best holdings.