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  • Seizures of cash, weapons increase along border [Updated]

     
    Federal authorities today announced a sharp increase in seizures of bulk cash and weapons along the Southwest border, the apparent result of bolstered efforts to intercept contraband destined for Mexico. More than $40 million in illicit cash was seized...
  • Immigration agents arrest nearly 300 foreigners with criminal records during three-day sweep

     
    Immigration agents arrested more than 286 foreigners with criminal records during a three-day sweep in California, officials announced today. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement head John Morton said the operation was the largest of its kind and...
  • MEXICO: Billions in cash drug profits flow in annually, study finds

     
    Between $19 billion and $29 billion U.S. dollars a year -- a "breathtaking" sum -- is smuggled from the United States back to Mexico by drug smuggling cartels, a new U.S. study finds. Most of the cash goes undetected as it heads south across the border in...
  • Feds crack down on Internet movie pirates, score bust

     
    Adding some swashbuckling to its tough talk on fighting piracy, the federal government Wednesday seized several websites that were offering downloads of pirated movies such as "Toy Story 3" and "Iron Man 2" within hours of their release in theaters.......
  • Federal grand jury indictment names L.A. toy company execs in money laundering scheme

     
    A federal grand jury indicted a Los Angeles toy company and three of its executives for allegedly laundering millions of dollars for Mexican and Colombian drug cartels in a scheme that "cleaned" money when the firm exported Teddy bears and......
  • A citizen's required reading for July 4th: The Declaration of Independence (with music)

     
    After all these years do you really know what it says? And a striking special video of the National Anthem by a loyal Ticket reader....
  • USC football: Report says Dillon Baxter hoaxed coaches into thinking he was improperly recruited

     
    USC freshman running back Dillon Baxter, suspended for the season opener for violating team rules, has repeatedly declined to comment about a June incident that required former athletic director Mike Garrett to send letters of apology to five schools....
  • FCC relaxes media ownership rule

    A bitterly divided Federal Communications Commission voted Tuesday to relax one rule banning corporate ownership of a newspaper and broadcast station in the same city and to tighten another to check the growth of big cable television enterprises. Both...
  • Md. Stadium Authority approves street modifications for IRL race

    Md. Stadium Authority approves street modifications for IRL race
    The Maryland Stadium Authority on Thursday approved minor Russell Street modifications near Oriole Park at Camden Yards to clear the way for a deal under which downtown Baltimore would host an Indy Racing League event in 2011. The modifications are...
  • 3 Men Charged with "Sex Tourism" Plead Not Guilty

    3 Men Charged with "Sex Tourism" Plead Not Guilty
    LOS ANGELES -- Three men who were arrested and expelled from Cambodia pleaded not guilty to federal charges of "sex tourism" at a downtown Los Angeles federal courtroom. Ronald Boyajian, Erik Peeters and Jack Sporich are accused of international travel...
  • The long road to opening night

    Last of two parts. The Hippodrome Theatre opens tonight after a $63 million restoration. Today's report details how the financing was obtained to bring the project to fruition. With a vision in mind and a plan in hand, those seeking to make the...