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Hours after "America's Most Wanted" was canceled, a small, passionate campaign emerged online to save the Saturday night staple that allowed anyone with a television set to become part of a nationwide manhunt.
The successful strike against Osama bin Laden's Pakistan hide-out has rightfully made counterterrorism headlines in recent weeks. But while attention was focused overseas, an ominous set of incidents was occurring in Dallas, Houston, Washington and elsewhere during the first week of May. Letters containing vague references to al Qaeda and the FBI and laden with an off-white powder were mailed to schools. Public reaction to those events has ranged from general unawareness to concern on the part of parents and advancement of a bizarre conspiracy theory that this is a government plot designed as a prelude to immunizing children against anthrax.
Former Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson on Tuesday pleaded guilty to two felony charges involving thousands of dollars in bribes he solicited as part of a "pay-to-play" culture federal authorities say he fostered throughout his two terms in office.
Fifty-six law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in 2010 in the line of duty in the United States, more than the 48 officers slain in 2009, according to preliminary statistics released Monday by the FBI.
Retired U.S. autoworker John Demjanjuk was convicted of thousands of counts of acting as an accessory to murder at a Nazi death camp and sentenced on Thursday to five years in prison, a groundbreaking verdict that closed one chapter in a decades-long legal battle.
President Obama will ask Congress to allow FBI Director Robert Mueller to remain in his job an extra two years, a rare exemption that would give the government stability in a time of change atop the national security team and renewed worldwide attention on terrorism.
President Obama on Thursday said he intends to seek a two-year extension of the 10-year term of FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III, which expires on Sept. 4, saying the director has "set the gold standard for leading the bureau" and that in the face of ongoing threats, "continuity and stability at the FBI is critical at this time."
Authorities said Thursday that two Border Patrol agents were rushing to help other agents pursuing a group of suspected illegal immigrants when they crossed a marked railroad crossing and their SUV was struck by the freight train.
One of the biggest identity thefts in history took place between April 17 and 19. Cybercriminals penetrated Sony's PlayStation Network and Entertainment Network and made away with the personal information of more than 102 million Sony customers - a figure close to the population of Japan. Lost information includes names, addresses, passwords and potentially the credit card information of users, setting off a public-relations disaster for Sony.