- N.Y. gun activists burn registration forms
- Ted Nugent raffles AR-15 for Colo. candidate Tom Tancredo
- White House ‘recalibrating strategy’ on Obama’s surgeon general nominee
- Obamacare youth push escalates with meme-themed website
- Crimean P.M. mocks Obama in faked Russian uniform on Twitter
- Another GM recall: 1.18M SUVs for air bag issue
- GOP strikes back: We are not the party that wages war on women
- Third person dies after South By Southwest crash
- L’Wren Scott dead in apparent suicide; fashion designer was Mick Jagger’s girlfriend
- Diamond-encrusted $3.2M men’s suit repels bullets
By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Marilyn Ogar
Nigerian security agents have seized the passport and are plotting to arrest the internationally respected banker who was ousted as Central Bank governor after he revealed that billions of petrodollars are missing from the treasury, a friend and former Cabinet minister said Friday.
Days before a car bombing at a U.N. headquarters in Nigeria that killed 23 people, the country's secret police arrested two men suspected of organizing the attack, authorities said Wednesday, raising questions about why it wasn't averted.
Days before a car bombing at a United Nations headquarters in Nigeria that killed 23 people, the country's secret police arrested two men suspected of organizing the attack, authorities said Wednesday, raising questions about why it wasn't averted.
Marilyn Ogar, a secret police spokeswoman, said she had no information about the raid.