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The head of the Los Angeles Police Department's intelligence and special operations unit said the federal government's efforts to share intelligence with state and local law enforcement agencies needs to be improved.
The NCAA plans to conduct its own investigation into an alleged basketball gambling ring at the University of San Diego but will wait until the FBI completes its work.
Should a president have to wait ... and wait ... and wait for the Senate to approve the people he nominates to serve in high office?
A former University of San Diego assistant basketball coach and two former players are among 10 people indicted in an alleged conspiracy to affect the outcome of games, federal authorities revealed Monday.
A former University of San Diego star basketball player, another former player and a former assistant coach were charged with running a sports betting business to affect the outcome of games, federal authorities said Monday.
You may have read about the hearings in the House of Representatives on homegrown terrorism, chaired by Republican Rep. Peter King of New York. Mr. King was lambasted by our enlightened elites for orchestrating a narrow-minded assault on law-abiding Muslims. Yet, now more than ever Muslims are killing people here in America and yelling "Allah Akhbar" in the process. Perhaps we should look into it, Mr. King suggested.
The woman convicted of trying to extort money from Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino will report to prison on Wednesday after being denied another request to remain free during her appeals.
The woman convicted of trying to extort millions of dollars from Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino has reported to a federal prison in Florida to begin serving a sentence of more than seven years.
The woman convicted of trying to extort money from Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino has reported to a federal prison in Florida to begin serving an 87-month sentence.