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  • His own words help bring down New Orleans prosecutor

    His own words help bring down New Orleans prosecutor
    Sal Perricone always had something to prove. Growing up poor and Italian in a city dominated by Creoles and Anglos, Perricone found respect on the streets after high school by becoming a cop. He pulled graveyard shifts to put himself through college and...
  • Seeking a sense of purpose, FBI informant decides to tell all

    Seeking a sense of purpose, FBI informant decides to tell all
    Emad Salem struggled to keep the alibis, aliases and lies straight. He grew a beard; he shaved. He gained weight; he dieted. Plastic surgery reconfigured his looks. Fearful that the Islamic terrorists he helped put behind bars wanted him dead, Salem...
  • McDonnell trial: Closing arguments coming Friday

    McDonnell trial: Closing arguments coming Friday
    RICHMOND — Jurors will hear closing arguments Friday in the U.S. government's case against former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. It's unclear whether the case will go to the jury Friday afternoon. Judge James R. Spencer may wait until...
  • Suit: FBI took assets owed for child support

    Suit: FBI took assets owed for child support
    A man who helped the FBI build a criminal bankruptcy fraud case against his ex-wife is now suing the federal agency, claiming it kept nearly $150,000 in cash and jewelry seized from the former Winnetka woman that he says is owed to him for child support....
  • GSA announces three potential sites for FBI headquarters

    GSA announces three potential sites for FBI headquarters
    WASHINGTON — The General Services Administration is considering three sites — including two in Maryland — as viable options for a new headquarters building for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to a long awaited short list...
  • Captives held by Islamic State prove tough quandary for Obama

    Captives held by Islamic State prove tough quandary for Obama
    After Islamic State's beheading of journalist James Foley, President Barack Obama's administration is making little headway in efforts to secure the release of three other Americans held by the insurgent group in Syria, officials said. Journalist...
  • A family outing, then a deadly Border Patrol shooting

    A family outing, then a deadly Border Patrol shooting
    It was a family barbecue in a park on the Rio Grande, a belated birthday party for Guillermo Arevalo Pedraza's wife, Nora, and their two daughters, Mariana and Priscila, ages 9 and 10. Arevalo and his buddy, Josue Gonzalez, were lighting the coals and...
  • Full-force hunt for Eric Frein near his home in Canadensis comes up empty

    Full-force hunt for Eric Frein near his home in Canadensis comes up empty
    An intensified police search for Eric Matthew Frein in the Canadensis area Thursday night was called off after about three hours. A state trooper told a gathering of reporters along Route 390 at 9:45 p.m. that roadblocks had been lifted and state police...
  • 'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities

    'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities
    Alexander Wachs makes his living playing video games for the enjoyment of a vast online audience, and a few weeks ago, he was guiding an avatar through the zombie-infested wasteland of "DayZ" when loud thumps interrupted his adventure. "Hold on, guys,...
  • Feds considering 2 sites in Md. for FBI headquarters

    Feds considering 2 sites in Md. for FBI headquarters
    — Maryland lawmakers have been jockeying for years to lure the new headquarters for the Federal Bureau of Investigation — and its 11,000 jobs — to Prince George's County. On Tuesday they officially found out who the competition is....
  • Official: Border agents rarely disciplined in shooting cases

    The Border Patrol has apparently not disciplined any agents in deadly force investigations in a decade, an agency official said, in spite of a series of shootings at the Southwest border that have generated criticism from police experts and fierce...