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  • A Consumer's Holiday Guide: New FTC Rule On Deliveries, Free Extended Warranties

    A Consumer's Holiday Guide: New FTC Rule On Deliveries, Free Extended Warranties
    A seasonal consumer message, nondenominational and unscented, from The Bottom Line. Remember, no tipping. Late Deliveries Online retailers often sell more merchandise than they can deliver in time for the holiday. Under the Federal Trade Commission'...
  • Orlando man gets nearly 6 years in prison for fake credit-card operation

    Orlando man gets nearly 6 years in prison for fake credit-card operation
    An Orlando man was sentenced this week to nearly six years in prison and ordered to repay nearly $500,000 to identity-theft victims of his fake credit-card scam. Tony Frith, 36, pleaded guilty in June to a federal charge of "access device fraud."...
  • White House fence jumper charged; dogs cleared for duty

    White House fence jumper charged; dogs cleared for duty
    The man arrested after jumping the White House fence on Wednesday night was charged in court with two federal offenses on Thursday, including harming a dog the Secret Service used to stop him from entering the presidential mansion. Federal Magistrate...
  • Bel Air man allegedly scaled White House fence, said he wanted to speak to president

    Bel Air man allegedly scaled White House fence, said he wanted to speak to president
    A Bel Air man who in July tried to breach the White House grounds returned Wednesday and this time scaled the fence, saying he felt "targeted" by the government and wanted to talk to President Barack Obama, according to court documents. Dominic...
  • U.S. House race in Western Md. turns feisty -- again

    U.S. House race in Western Md. turns feisty -- again
    Maryland's western-most congressional district is once again emerging as the liveliest and most expensive U.S. House race in the state, pitting two dynamic political forces in an increasingly negative campaign. Two years after Democratic Rep. John...
  • Maybe my mentally ill child would still be alive

    Maybe my mentally ill child would still be alive
    My adult son suffered from severe bipolar disorder. During his first manic episode in 1994, he became psychotic, paranoid and lost touch with reality. He made many attempts to get into the White House for what he thought were scheduled meetings with...
  • Accused White House fence jumper ruled incompetent

    A man charged with jumping the White House fence last week was dragged screaming from a courtroom on Monday after a federal judge declared him incompetent to stand trial. The suspect, Dominic Adesanya, 23, of Bel Air, Maryland, was stopped by Secret...
  • Accused White House intruder dragged from court after ruled incompetent

    Accused White House intruder dragged from court after ruled incompetent
    A Bel Air man charged with jumping the White House fence last week was dragged screaming from a courtroom Monday after a federal judge declared him incompetent to stand trial. Dominic Adesanya, 23, was stopped by Secret Service dogs before being...
  • Sunrise traffic stop snowballs into credit card fraud arrest

    Sunrise traffic stop snowballs into credit card fraud arrest
    What started as a traffic stop ended with an arrest on counterfeit credit card charges, Sunrise police said. Danny Dayton Rowe, 21, of Sunrise, was pulled over about 9:40 p.m. Monday at 8100 W. Oakland Park Blvd. for cutting across traffic lanes and...
  • Investigator in Secret Service scandal quits over prostitution case: report

    Investigator in Secret Service scandal quits over prostitution case: report
    A U.S. Department of Homeland Security official who ran an investigation of a prostitution scandal involving Secret Service agents in Colombia in 2012 resigned after he was suspected of visiting a prostitute in Florida, the New York Times reported....
  • Man Whose Claim Of Threat To President Prompted Search In Connecticut Is Charged

    Man Whose Claim Of Threat To President Prompted Search In Connecticut Is Charged
    A New York man whose claim that a person had threatened to kill the president set off a police search in Connecticut in late August has been charged by federal authorities. Juan Medina, 30, of Yonkers, N.Y. was charged with a single count of making...