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Business owners need to know their money. It's a warning from Kilmarnock Police Chief Mike Bedell and the U.S. Secret Service.
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A West Virginia man has been indicted on charges he threatened to kill President Barack Obama and the first family in a letter filled with profanity and racial slurs.
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Michelle Obama says she hasn't had time to reflect on her " legacy ." It could be because she has been rushing from one lavish taxpayer-funded vacation to another.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission deems criminal background checks by employers to be inherently racist because more black job applicants are likely to have criminal records than are whites .
A counterfeit scam is running rampant in Walker County. CBS 42's Melissa Crabtree talks to one business owner who has already lost money because of this illegal currency crime.
TorchStone Page Inc. today announced that internationally-renowned security expert Chuck Vance has joined the company's board of directors.
For four months last year, Essam "Sam" Rabadi commanded an intensive federal-local "surge" in the toughest neighborhoods of Philadelphia, leading to charges against 92 defendants.
President Obama and his family will be going to Africa later this month. But the trip won't be cheap; it's expected to cost American taxpayers $60 to $100 million, according to the "When President Obama makes his first extended trip to sub-Saharan Africa later this month, the federal agencies charged with keeping him safe won't be taking any ... (more)
They have even bought a fleet of TRACTORS ahead of the US President's arrival in Northern Ireland tomorrow for the two-day meeting.
A federal judge ordered Joseph Clifford Reel to be kept in jail yesterday pending indictment on charges that he crashed his Jeep into security barriers near the White House last Sunday before jumping a fence in an attempt to spray paint a symbol on White House grounds.
When President Obama makes his first extended trip to sub-Saharan Africa this month, the federal agencies charged with keeping him safe won't be taking any chances.
WASHINGTON: Iranian-Americans and expatriates in the Washington area streamed to polling stations yesterday to have a say in their homeland's presidential election.
Access routes are being secured, steel fencing erected and a stretch of water closed.
A Dallas man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Friday for possessing more than 8,000 images of child pornography.