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17 min ago | Patch.com
Two men admitted to being part of a scam to steal financial information from Long Island Railroad passengers using hidden cameras and credit card skimmers, announced the Nassau County District Attorney.
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4 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
The legislation would tighten rules in what can be a lucrative scrap metal market, giving police and prosecutors more tools to bolster cases against thieves.
8 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
This Jan. 30, 2012 file photo shows Young Lee, one of the former founders of the Pinkberry yogurt chain stands with his attorney Philip Kent Cohen, right, during his arraignment in the Los Angeles Criminal Courts Building in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Times has dismissed a reporter after discovering he had an inappropriate relationship with someone who was a source for a front-page story that the newspaper says contained an error.
A popular fifth-grade teacher will not face prosecution for fatally shooting a knife-wielding prowler in a ski mask who turned out to be his 15-year-old son, a prosecutor announced Friday.
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In this Aug. 16, 2013 file photo, a man wears an American flag as he walks past a vendor selling tie-dyed products at the first day of Hempfest in Seattle.
The Social Security numbers and other personal information of about 15,000 New York City transit workers has been found on a CD inside a refurbished CD drive sold by a retailer, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press.
A man convicted after his third trial in the 1991 killings of nine people, including six monks, at a suburban Phoenix Buddhist temple is set for sentencing and faces life in prison.
Former Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker is seen in Maricopa County Superior Court, in this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012 file photo taken in Phoenix, Ariz.
Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday endorsed a proposal that would result in shorter prison sentences for many nonviolent drug traffickers, saying the change would rein in runaway federal prison costs and create a fairer criminal justice system.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
In this March 11, 2014, photo, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, leaves the chamber just after saying that the CIA's improper search of a stand-alone computer network established for Congress has been referred to the Justice Department, at the Capitol in Washington.
The men accused of severely beating a man and repeatedly sexually assaulting his pregnant wife may have meant to target a different home for a robbery, authorities in Wisconsin said.
A former BP engineer is returning to federal court as he seeks to undo his obstruction of justice conviction in the government's investigation of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster.
It's been more than a decade since Adam Carter did time in prison for dealing cocaine - but when it comes to trying to get a job interview, it might as well have been yesterday, he says.