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  • Secret Service to conduct drone exercises over Washington

    The U.S. Secret Service says it will fly drones over the Washington area in the near future. The agency isn't disclosing exactly where the exercises will take place other than that they'll involve areas where flights are typically restricted. Airspace...
  • Ronald Reagan's son shares father's legacy

    Ronald Reagan's son shares father's legacy
    Michael Reagan, the eldest son of late President Ronald Reagan, took the crowd at the Crest Theater on a romp through time. He spoke as part of the Delray Beach Center for the Arts' Robert Chapin Lecture Series in support of his father's legacy. He...
  • Inmate to plead guilty to wrongly addressed threat to Obama

    A convicted child molester has agreed to plead guilty to mailing a threatening letter from jail to President Barack Obama — albeit to the wrong address. The plea deal was revealed Monday at a status conference on a federal indictment returned...
  • US Secret Service sees rise in 'skimming' around Charlotte

    The U.S. Secret Service says "skimming," a cybercrime which targets automatic teller machines and gasoline pumps and the people who use them, is on the rise in the Charlotte area. The Charlotte Observer reports (http://bit.ly/17rxorg) that the Secret...
  • Baltimore drone operators mostly pleased with proposed FAA rules

    Baltimore drone operators mostly pleased with proposed FAA rules
    Baltimore's nascent commercial drone industry has been growing in a gray area for the past few years, experimenting with videos like one that caught last year's Monument Lighting ceremony from the air and taking on real estate clients while facing the...
  • In nod to cartoonists, 2014 Polk Awards honor Garry Trudeau

    In a nod to a craft in the spotlight after the Paris terrorist attacks, Garry Trudeau will be the first cartoonist ever honored for his entire career's work when the 2014 George Polk Awards in Journalism are given out in April. Trudeau will join Jules...
  • Groton Cocaine Dealer Gets 77 Months

    HARTFORD — A Groton man was sentenced to 77 months in prison by a federal judge for dealing cocaine. Juan G. Cheverez, 33, also faces four years of supervised released. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute 500...
  • Obama names Joseph Clancy to lead Secret Service rather than outsider

    Obama names Joseph Clancy to lead Secret Service rather than outsider
    President Obama on Wednesday tapped Joseph Clancy, interim head of the Secret Service, to run the agency full time after years of controversies came to a head last fall. Clancy, a veteran of the Secret Service who has served in Obama’s...
  • Drones rule: Proposed rules for commercial unmanned aircraft

    Drone on, the government says. Just not through the night sky. Or close to an airport. Or out of the operator's sight. And probably not winging its way with a pizza or package, any time soon. Long-anticipated rules proposed Sunday will open an era in...
  • Obama picks Clancy as Secret Service director

    President Barack Obama on Wednesday chose the former Secret Service special agent he installed temporarily in the wake of security breaches to become the agency's next director, brushing aside an independent panel's conclusion that the job should go to an...
  • Obama daughter tours colleges alone or with Mom, not Dad

    President Barack Obama is missing out on part of his oldest daughter's life: her college campus tours as she tries to figure out where to study in two years. He was absent when 16-year-old Malia toured Stanford University and the University of California...