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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - James Lewis
A former federal prison employee has been sentenced to 15 months in prison after pleading guilty to conspiring to smuggle tobacco, marijuana and nude photographs to an inmate.
A scathing audit of an anti-violence program launched by Gov. Pat Quinn in 2010 has been sent to law enforcement authorities.
As the Obama administration presses the United Nations this week to rid Syria of its chemical weapons, it faces the stark reality that the United States has failed to meet a 2012 deadline to destroy its remaining arsenal and has never pressured its closest Middle East ally, Israel, to sign the treaty banning such weapons.
High-level talks with the Chinese government to address persistent cyberattacks against U.S. companies and government agencies haven't worked, so officials say the Obama administration is now considering a range of actions.
President Obama has signed executive orders that lay out how far military commanders around the globe can go in using cyber attacks and other computer-based operations against enemies and as part of routine espionage in other countries.
Computer experts at the secretive National Security Agency are teaming up with the Homeland Security Department in an effort to strengthen the nation's defenses against cyber attacks.
Police and FBI agents searched the home of a Yale University animal research technician Tuesday night and led him away in handcuffs to the cheers of neighbors in a hunt for evidence that might tie him to the slaying of a graduate student.
LONDON — There are Elvis records, Elvis cards, Elvis books and Elvis dog tags. Tickets for a concert he never made it to, an Elvis pinball machine and even an Elvis Russian doll.
"The price of a lot of it was artificially inflated because buyers would know she would pay what they asked," Mr. Lewis said. "Once she was jailed, the market collapsed, so a lot of this stuff isn't worth what she paid for it."
"It's the most remarkable collection I have ever seen," said James Lewis, of Bamfords auctioneers in Derby in central England. "When the [truck] turned up, it was a seven-tonner. There was just box after box after box."