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  • Eric Frein manhunt costs at least $1.4 million per week

    Eric Frein manhunt costs at least $1.4 million per week
    The manhunt to find Eric Frein is costing law enforcement agencies more than $1 million per week as hundreds of officers from three states have flocked to the Poconos to form a net around the man accused of gunning down two Pennsylvania state troopers....
  • Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe

    Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe
    The west African nation of Equatorial Guinea ranks among the world's most impoverished places, but oil and gas deposits over the last two decades have led to extensive wealth, corruption and, in at least one case that became public Friday, the high life...
  • Bank robbed in East Ukrainian Village

    Bank robbed in East Ukrainian Village
    Authorities are looking for a man who robbed a Near West Side bank this morning. It happened at 10:44 a.m. at the North Community Bank, 1600 W. Chicago Ave., in the East Ukrainian Village neighborhood, according to FBI spokeswoman Joan Hyde. During...
  • Taiwan businessman admits violating ban on exporting machinery

    Taiwan businessman admits violating ban on exporting machinery
    A Taiwan businessman pleaded guilty Friday to conspiring with his son to ship machinery overseas despite being banned from doing business in the U.S. because of his previous involvement in a North Korean weapons procurement channel. Tai Tsai “...
  • Lack Of Mental Health Care Led To Tragedy

    Lack Of Mental Health Care Led To Tragedy
    Colby Sue Weathers killed her father at the insistence of the voices in her head. She shot him once in the back as he sat at the family's dining room table. A paranoid schizophrenic, Weathers had used the money from her disability check to buy the...
  • Influence Peddling Growing More Insidious

    Influence Peddling Growing More Insidious
    Name the century. The head of a monopoly gets caught attempting to undermine the political process with illicit donations, but is let off by an impotent regulator. An inner-city developer makes campaign contributions and gets approval — and...
  • 'Scandal' recap, 'Inside the Bubble'

    Fitz is still pushing gun reform and the Republicans are not happy. While dropping her daughter off at school, RNC Chairwoman Lizzie Bear is cornered by a disgruntled gun lobbyist who is upset that David Rosen is set to defend gun legislation that Fitz...
  • Former Bears GM Angelo: NFL hid 'hundreds' of domestic abuse cases

    Former Bears GM Angelo: NFL hid 'hundreds' of domestic abuse cases
    Former Bears general manager Jerry Angelo often said he wasn’t going to compromise character in the process of building a football team. But on Thursday he made a startling charge that NFL teams failed to take action against players in “...
  • David Greenglass dies at 92; '40s A-bomb spy who betrayed his sister

    David Greenglass knew how history would remember him. He was "the spy that turned his family in." His confession was key to the government's case against Ethel Rosenberg — Greenglass' sister — and her husband, Julius, who were executed in...
  • Orlando hotel projects in limbo after Nik Patel's arrest

    Orlando hotel projects in limbo after Nik Patel's arrest
    Two hotel renovation projects in Orlando are in limbo in the wake of businessman Nik Patel’s recent arrest on federal allegations of fraudulently selling $150 million in loans to a finance company. Patel is a financier who has invested millions of...
  • Search for Eric Frein should look beyond woods, FBI agent says

    Search for Eric Frein should look beyond woods, FBI agent says
    For five years authorities in North Carolina searched the deep Appalachian wilderness in a frustratingly futile effort to locate 1996 Olympics bomber Eric Rudolph. It turned out they would have been better off spending more time outside the local Taco...