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(AP) Five journalists must identify the government officials who leaked them details about a scientist under scrutiny in the 2001 anthrax attacks, a federal judge said yesterday.
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Federal prosecutors and FBI agents are building a case against a Muslim charity on trial in Dallas on charges of providing financial aid to the terrorist organization Hamas and of raising illicit cash for other extremist groups.
Noble: Rescue workers across the nation who have had a busy month.
A federal appeals court has refused to overturn a prison sentence for a top D.C. government asbestos inspector who was caught in an FBI sting taking cash from a contractor for easing environmental rules.
In his recently released memoirs, "The Prince of Darkness: 50 Years Reporting in Washington," veteran columnist Robert D. Novak provides nearly 700 pages of evidence to justify his diabolical nickname. On the first page of the book, he calls Joe Wilson, husband of Valerie Plame, the CIA bureaucrat he outed, a naughty word. He then settles a half-century of old scores, including one against a purportedly untalented and charmless hack who beat him out for a sports editing job on his school newspaper in the 1940s.
NEW YORK (AP) — Airlines and aviation-related companies sued the CIA and the FBI yesterday, asking a federal court to let them interview investigators who can tell whether the aviation industry was to blame for the September 11 terrorist attacks or whether it had acted reasonably.
The District's Medicaid office is conducting an industrywide audit of medical-equipment dealers that received a combined $12 million from the city amid a law-enforcement investigation into several top providers.