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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.
Thousands of Syrian women and children holding white flags and olive branches blocked a main coastal highway Wednesday, demanding authorities release people detained during a crackdown on opponents of the regime, witnesses said.
The Israeli prime minister's office says tentative plans for a meeting with visiting pop teen sensation Justin Bieber have been called off.
Western and Arab leaders Wednesday agreed to provide ragtag Libyan rebels with "material support" and funds, possibly from Col. Moammar Gadhafi's frozen foreign bank accounts, as they escalated international pressure on the Libyan dictator to relinquish power.
A D.C. Superior Court jury has acquitted three of five men charged in connection with a series of drive-by shootings in northeast Washington in 2008.
NATO launched news airstrikes Wednesday on targets held by Col. Moammar Gadhafi as the rebel movement urged a stronger air campaign that will allow them to advance on Col. Gadhafi's territory.
China's first aircraft carrier could begin sea trials as early as this summer, and its deployment would change significantly the perception of the balance of power in the region, the chief of U.S. forces in the Pacific said Tuesday.
Although Libya is receding from the front pages and cable television, our involvement is not going to end soon. Attention will migrate to other issues, but the question of public approval will resurface, and with it the question of whether the White House should have sought congressional authorization and should do so even now.
Five generals pledged their loyalty to President Alassane Ouattara on Tuesday following the capture of the country's strongman leader after a four-month standoff, as French and Ivorian forces worked to eliminate the last pockets of resistance.