Justice Department prevailed in the infamous 'freezer cash' case, but it lost ground in law enforcement's ability to wiretap or investigate members of Congress.
Agreement averts a legal showdown, for now, over case involving US pursuit of tax evasion.
The Justice Department must now decide whether to try the terror suspect, now in Guantánamo, in US courts or let him return to Afghanistan.
The administration also tells Congress Tuesday that it will decide the status of all 229 detainees by Oct. 1.
For 27 years, a Boeing engineer sent documents on military projects to Beijing. He's been convicted, but the extent of the damage may never be known.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has launched a program that lets people use their cell phones to report incidents of police misconduct.