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  • Former Chicago cop gets 12 years for working with gang

    Former Chicago cop gets 12 years for working with gang
    A former veteran Chicago police officer was sentenced today to 12 years in federal prison for conspiring with leaders of the Latin Kings to rob the gang's rivals of cash, drugs and guns. Antonio Martinez Jr., 42, could have faced up to life in prison,...
  • Punished for honesty at the Naval Academy

    Punished for honesty at the Naval Academy
    Last Friday morning, President Barack Obama visited Annapolis to address roughly 1,000 Naval Academy midshipmen. Then he took his seat with other VIPs and the thousands in attendance and watched as the midshipmen, decked out in their pristine dress...
  • Use of unloaded guns in Baltimore Police training drill under investigation

    Baltimore police are investigating a training drill where officers used their unloaded service weapons, a violation of new safety protocols put into place three months ago following the accidental shooting of a trainee. No one was hurt during the drill....
  • NIU VP back at work after 2-month leave

    NIU VP back at work after 2-month leave
    A Northern Illinois University vice president who has been part of a federal law enforcement investigation returned to campus today after a two-month paid leave. Eddie Williams, the university’s chief of operations and one of the campus's most...
  • Redacted truth, subjunctive outrage

    Note to GOP re Benghazi: Stop calling it Watergate, Iran-contra, bigger than both, etc. First, it might well be, but we don't know. History will judge. Second, overhyping will only diminish the importance of the scandal if it doesn't meet presidency-...
  • Baltimore police officer charged with second-degree assault

    Baltimore police officer Robert W. Mitchell faces a second-degree assault charge after police and prosecutors accused him of overstepping his powers and beating a young man more than a year ago. The Baltimore state's attorney's office also charged...
  • The scandalously premature diagnosis of a cancer on the presidency

    The scandalously premature diagnosis of a cancer on the presidency
    If it makes me a media lackey or a tail-wagging lap dog for President Barack Obama to hold out for, you know, actual evidence that he had anything to do with the various and glaring misbehavior, blundering and butt-covering in the governmental ranks...
  • Officer says he put camera in Glen Burnie school restroom to prevent smoking

    Officer says he put camera in Glen Burnie school restroom to prevent smoking
    A veteran Anne Arundel County police officer who admitted placing a camera in a boys bathroom at Glen Burnie High School told investigators that he was trying to deter smoking of marijuana and cigarettes there, according to police reports. The officer...
  • A Hartford Wise Guy And A $500 Million Museum Heist

    A Hartford Wise Guy And A $500 Million Museum Heist
    It was a shore dinner in Maine a decade ago that transformed Robert Gentile, an aging, unremarkable wise guy from Hartford, into the best lead in years in one of the world's most baffling crime mysteries, the unsolved robbery of half a billion dollars...
  • FBI document shows start of corrections corruption probe

    FBI document shows start of corrections corruption probe
    Federal and state law enforcement agencies have been working since 2011 to take on corruption in prisons — their efforts recently resulted in the indictment of more than two dozen in an alleged smuggling scheme — and a document the FBI...
  • It's news, not espionage

    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has no business rummaging through journalists' phone records, perusing their emails and tracking their movements in an attempt to keep them from gathering news. This heavy-handed business isn't chilling, it's...