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FBI and State Police search Clerk of Courts office
FBI agents and Pennsylvania State Police troopers searched Schuylkill County Clerk of Courts Stephen M. Lukach Jr.'s office Wednesday morning as part of the investigation into alleged misappropriation of public money. After obtaining a search warrant, ... [...]
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State Police Contacted After Jal, New Mexico Police Chief Suspended With Pay
Gallagher said late today that they are now notifying the New Mexico State Police and asking them to take a look at details of the investigation that could possibly involve "violation of state law". Gallagher said the violations being looked at could ... [...]
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Pa. state police crackdown on drunken driving
Pennsylvania state police will be stepping up patrols around Susquehanna County this weekend in a crackdown against drunken driving. Troopers will set up sobriety checkpoints and special patrols as part of a zero-tolerance enforcement policy, according ... [...]
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State police launching week-long campaign against aggressive drivers
State Police said the effort will be targeted at speeding and aggressive drivers with fines for both reaching up to nearly $1,000 and adding up to 11 points on a driver's license. Officials promise that during the week-long campaign speeding by all ... [...]
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State police searching for alleged sex trafficker
NEW ORLEANS -- Louisiana State Police say the man accused of trafficking at least two women to Baton Rouge for sex could be anywhere at this point. They are now looking for Emmanuel Bailey, 21, from Fort Smith, Arkansas. Investigators identified Bailey ... [...]
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Away from The Post, a pro-NSA counterdemonstration
On Monday, my Washington Post colleagues celebrated winning the Pulitzer Prize for public service along with the Guardian newspaper for their reporting on Edward Snowden's revelations about the National Security Agency. On Wednesday, Post columnist ... [...]
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Harrop: Rebukes of NSA odd in light of Boston Marathon bombings
But nine months earlier, Keating voted for the Amash amendment, which would have closed down the NSA's collection of phone and other records. (It bears repeating that the agency may not listen in on the actual content of such communications without a ... [...]
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Exposing the NSA: A Public Service Worthy of a Pulitzer Prize
The award citation praised the Washington Post for "its revelation of widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, marked by authoritative and insightful reports that helped the public understand how the disclosures fit into the ... [...]
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Edward Snowden: From 'Geeky' Dropout To NSA Leaker
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has revealed some of the group's most carefully guarded secrets. The reporting on the documents he leaked won a Pulitzer Prize for the Washington Post and The Guardian, announced on ... [...]
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Judge: Tsarnaev can view autopsy photos of bombing victims
A federal judge in Boston on Wednesday largely rebuffed prosecutors' efforts to keep tabs on Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev during prison visits with his family, suggesting the conversations don't have to be monitored by an FBI agent. [...]
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Big brother's warm, friendly hand
31, 2011 the National Defense Authorization Act was passed by Congress and signed into law. The law codifies a practice started by George W. Bush and continued by President Obama that allows for indefinite detention, without a trial, of “covered ... [...]
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The DREAM Act in the NDAA: Wrong for National and Homeland Security
While House Armed Service Committee Chairman Buck McKeon (R–CA) wisely announced that he would not include such DREAM policies in the committee's reported bill, these bills could be offered on the floor as amendments to the NDAA or other bills. [...]
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