A former professor accused of killing three colleagues this year and her brother in 1986 won't be charged in an attempted mail-bombing in Massachusetts.
We've come up with a list of real problems for our movie heroes to battle against, along with some possible story lines.
The FBI and the Labor Department are investigating prominent labor leader Andy Stern in a probe of corruption at the Service Employees International Union, according to two people who have been interviewed by federal agents.
The Obama administration is pushing to make it easier for the government to tap into internet and e-mail communications. But the plan has already drawn condemnation from privacy groups and communications firms may be wary of its costs and scope.
Hundreds of FBI agents, including the head of the Washington field office and several supervisors, cheated on a mandatory test of new procedures employees must follow when conducting investigations of U.S. citizens — the Justice Department inspector general said in the second critical report handed down against the bureau in recent weeks.
Broad new regulations being drafted by the Obama administration would make it easier for law-enforcement and national security officials to eavesdrop on Internet and e-mail communications like social networking websites and BlackBerrys, The New York Times reported Monday.
No sooner did Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad suggest from the rostrum of the United Nations General Assembly that most of the world believes the U.S. government was involved in a Sept. 11, 2001, conspiracy than 32 nations followed the U.S. delegation as it walked out. These were members of NATO and/or the European Union (21 countries are members of both), Australia, New Zealand and Costa Rica. More important, 167 nations didn't budge and went on listening to the Iranian's incendiary speech.
Although you rarely hear racial insults on Main Street these days, there's a place where unashamed bigotry is all too easy to find: tossed off in the comments sections of some of the Internet's most popular websites, today's virtual Main Street.
A bank teller was kidnapped early Friday from his home by robbers who strapped a suspected bomb to his chest and used him to steal money from a Bank of America branch near the University of Miami, according to the FBI.