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  • 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...
  • 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' offers its Savile Row looks to shoppers

    'Kingsman: The Secret Service' offers its Savile Row looks to shoppers
    Thanks to the disparate demands and varying production schedules of feature films and fashion design, by the time a movie hits the multiplex most of the attendant wearable merchandise falls into the "inspired by" category — reflecting but rarely...
  • Counterfeit cash at Seminole Classic Casino leads to arrest

    Counterfeit cash at Seminole Classic Casino leads to arrest
    When security at the Seminole Classic Casino discovered $5,400 in counterfeit cash while counting money, it led to a Delray Beach man previously banned from all tribal properties, a search warrant says. Bernardo Lecaros, 34, was arrested Dec. 20 and...
  • Good Samaritans with badges help nab iPhone robbery suspects near O'Hare

    Good Samaritans with badges help nab iPhone robbery suspects near O'Hare
    Retired Secret Service agent Jose Franco says he felt a little “invincible’’ when he pulled the badge he still carries and ordered two robbery suspects to "freeze" after they allegedly stole a brand-new iPhone 6 from a 71-year-old man...
  • Prosecutors will not charge John Hinckley Jr. in death of James Brady

    Prosecutors will not charge John Hinckley Jr. in death of James Brady
    Federal prosecutors have decided not to bring homicide charges against John Hinckley Jr., who shot and wounded James Brady during an attempt on President Reagan's life in 1981, citing a series of legal hiccups that would make attaining a conviction nearly...
  • 4 top Secret Service executives told to leave their posts in agency shake-up

    4 top Secret Service executives told to leave their posts in agency shake-up
    The Secret Service has decided to remove four of its most senior officials while two others are retiring, the biggest management shake-up at the troubled agency since its director resigned in October after a string of security lapses, according to...
  • Accused White House fence jumper faces more charges

    Accused White House fence jumper faces more charges
    An Iraq war veteran accused of running inside the White House armed with a knife faces more charges under a federal grand jury indictment returned on Thursday. Omar Gonzalez, 42, is alleged to have climbed over the White House fence on Sept. 29, burst...
  • Man accused of jumping fence, entering White House due in court

    Man accused of jumping fence, entering White House due in court
    The man accused of running into the White House last month after scaling the fence and evading Secret Service officers is due in federal court Tuesday. Omar Gonzalez, 42, sought to warn the president Sept. 19 that “the atmosphere was collapsed.&...
  • Man charged with jumping White House fence; it's not his first time

    Man charged with jumping White House fence; it's not his first time
    The man accused of jumping the White House fence Wednesday evening and being stopped by a K-9 unit was charged Thursday with two misdemeanors, and he also faces charges alleging he tried to break into the White House complex and the Treasury in July....
  • Embattled Secret Service chief Julia Pierson resigns

    Embattled Secret Service chief Julia Pierson resigns
    The beleaguered director of the Secret Service resigned Wednesday after President Obama lost confidence in her ability to lead the troubled agency amid a string of high-profile security lapses. Julia A. Pierson, the first woman to hold the post, stepped...
  • Use of counterfeit money rising, Evanston police say

    Use of counterfeit money rising, Evanston police say
    There has been an increase in counterfeit money being used at local businesses, Evanston police said. The department has received several reports of the fake money being circulated to businesses, they announced in a press release. "Persons or...