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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.
The Pentagon doesn't know. But it's the first such incident in nearly 10 years, suggesting that the Russian military is flexing its muscle.
Buffalo crash, other incidents prompt aviation agency to expedite rule changes.
More than 100,000 veterans have already been approved under the bill taking effect Saturday. Are campuses prepared?
Gary McKinnon, who claimed he was searching for evidence of UFOs, has fought a long legal battle against extradition after he was charged with breaking into 97 computers.
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