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  • Prosecutors: Ex-federal agent to plead guilty in theft case

    Prosecutors: Ex-federal agent to plead guilty in theft case
    A former Secret Service agent will plead guilty to charges connected with the theft of electronic currency during a high-profile investigation into online drug bazaar Silk Road, federal prosecutors said. Shaun Bridges of Laurel, Maryland, was charged...
  • US wonders: Why stolen data on federal workers not for sale?

    The Obama administration is increasingly confident that China's government, not criminal hackers, was responsible for the extraordinary theft of personal information about as many as 14 million current and former federal employees and others, The...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    Pastor, 8 others, fatally shot at black church in Charleston, SC; police call it a hate crime A white man opened fire during a prayer meeting inside a historic black church in downtown Charleston on Wednesday night, killing nine people, including the...
  • Army veteran gets 17 months for White House intrusion

    An Army veteran with mental health issues who got over the White House fence and inside the executive mansion was sentenced Tuesday to 17 months in prison, and a judge said that means he's likely to be released before Christmas. Omar Gonzalez's arrest in...
  • Clinton campaign gets into another scuffle with the press corps

    Clinton campaign gets into another scuffle with the press corps
    Hillary Rodham Clinton's long-frosty relationship with the media hit another icy patch in New Hampshire on Monday when campaign officials told major news organizations that certain reporters were not welcome at the candidate’s events. The...
  • Fla. couple charged in Tenn. with making fake $50 bills

    Authorities say a Florida couple used a computer to convert $1 bills into $50 bills and they spent the counterfeit cash at Nashville-area businesses. Media outlets report that police arrested Michael D. Fenton and Missy L. Grooms on Friday at a motel...
  • Lawyer for man in White House entry case seeks time served

    A lawyer for an Army veteran who got over the White House fence and ran inside the executive mansion before being stopped says his client shouldn't spend any more time in jail. A lawyer for Omar Gonzalez filed a court document Friday asking a judge to...
  • Valley men sentenced in identity fraud scheme

    Valley men sentenced in identity fraud scheme
    Two Lehigh Valley men were sentenced to federal prison terms Tuesday for their roles in a wide-ranging identity theft scheme they used to fraudulently obtain credit cards, cellphones and cars. U.S. District Judge James Knoll Gardner sentenced Randall...
  • Bomb threat: White House briefing room briefly evacuated

    Secret Service agents interrupted a live, televised White House press briefing Tuesday to evacuate journalists after a bomb threat was called in to police. No bomb was found, the Secret Service said. President Barack Obama was in the Oval Office and...
  • Cummings decision hangs over Md. Senate race

    Cummings decision hangs over Md. Senate race
    Ask Rep. Elijah E. Cummings how he views his role in helping Baltimore to heal from the April riots and the Democrat offers the kind of response that has become his trademark. "I see my role as being all up in it," he says confidently. But ask whether...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    As nuclear deal deadline nears, US finds peeling back the Iran sanctions onion is no easy task The U.S. may have to backtrack on promises to suspend only nuclear-related economic sanctions on Iran in an emerging nuclear deal. Officials and others...