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  • Ranger testifies killings at gun range were 'brutal'

    STEPHENVILLE, Texas When Texas Ranger Danny Briley arrived at Rough Creek Lodge to investigate a double shooting on the evening of Feb. 2, 2013, he knew immediately that the killings were intentional. "This was a brutal killing," Briley told the jury...
  • 'Fifty Shades of Grey' sets record at box office

    'Fifty Shades of Grey' sets record at box office
    "Fifty Shades of Grey" dominated the box office and set Presidents Day weekend records, whipping up an estimated $81.7 million through Sunday. The film adaptation of E.L. James' erotic novel is on track to pull in an estimated $90.7 million through...
  • Former Secret Service No. 2 now cybercrime adviser at ICE

    The former No. 2 agent at the Secret Service is moving to Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a "senior adviser" for cybercrime after being forced out of the agency charged with protecting the president, according to an internal email obtained by The...
  • Ousted Secret Service No. 2 to mystery Homeland Security post days before slated Hill visit

    What new job in the Homeland Security Department is the ousted No. 2 official at the Secret Service doing? Nobody's saying. Alvin "A.T." Smith, who ran day-to-day operations at the Secret Service during its most embarrassing scandals, resigned under...
  • Authorities: Flint-area man stopped cars while pretending to be Secret Service agent

    A Flint-area man who authorities say stopped cars while pretending to be a Secret Service agent faces possible prison time after pleading guilty in the case. The Flint Journal reports (http://bit.ly/16VYpCT ) 20-year-old Aaron Justin Browning on...
  • 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...
  • Ringo Starr stars for Skechers

    Ringo Starr stars for Skechers
    Drummer Ringo Starr has a new album "Postcards from Paradise" scheduled to drop March 31, and he has a full tour schedule through Feburary and March with his All Starr Band. But he's also found time to be the spokes-celebrity for Skechers Relaxed Fit...
  • 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...