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Thai authorities said Friday they arrested an American citizen on charges he insulted the country's monarchy, in part by posting a link on his blog four years ago to a banned book about the Southeast Asian nation's ailing king.
Over fervent but scattered objections, Congress moved Thursday to extend the government's Patriot Act powers to search records and conduct roving wiretaps in pursuit of terrorists. The action comes a month after intelligence and military forces hunted down Osama bin Laden.
An unmuzzled Rod R. Blagojevich launched the campaign of his life Thursday, taking the witness stand at his corruption trial in an attempt to sway a jury with the same charm and chattiness that helped him win two contests for Illinois governor.
An initially subdued Rod Blagojevich grew increasingly animated Thursday as he testified in his own defense, describing himself as flawed dreamer grounded in the working-class values of his parents and choking up on the stand as he talked about the day he met his wife.
The FBI has a fingerprint and forensic evidence linking al Qaeda's top bomb maker in Yemen to a trio of explosive devices used in recent attacks on the United States, tangible reminders that Osama bin Laden's death has not eliminated the threat from the group's most active and dangerous franchise.
An angry full house of poker players descended on Capitol Hill Tuesday to protest the federal crackdown that abruptly closed down three of the leading Internet poker sites in April.
Nearly 70 years after the Supreme Court upheld the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, the government's top high court lawyer now says one of his predecessors concealed critical information that could have tipped the cases the other way.
The number of violent crimes in the United States dropped 5.5 percent last year compared to 2009 and the number of property crimes went down 2.8 percent, the FBI announced Monday.
Crime dropped in 2010 when compared with data from 2009, according to the FBI's Preliminary Annual Uniform Crime Report released Monday, with violent crime showing an overall 5.5 percent decrease in the number of reported cases and property crimes recording a 2.8 percent decline.