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Times Herald

A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer stationed at the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron was indicted by a federal grand jury Tuesday on a charge of receiving child pornography. The indictment charges that Eric Higgins, 31, received pornographic ima

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Simple Justice

Hendershott's response was exactly the note one would expect from Arpaio. Naturally, he maligns Polk as having tried to "tank the case" she was working on because she's part of the conspiracy against Arpaio. And so, Yavapai County Attorney Polk joi

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The provision he cites, found on pages 240 through 248 of the manager’s amendment, requires that six different agencies each establish an “Office of Minority Health.” The agencies are the “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Health Resour

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Reason

In October, Jagels told the Bakersfield Californian that after 26 years in office, he won't be running for reelection in 2010. Good riddance to him. You'd be hard pressed to find a law enforcement official who embodies the worst excesses of America's

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Chicago Sun-Times

Former IL governor Blagojevich's lawyers want the FBI to give up details of interviews conducted last year of President Obama, his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, White House adviser Valerie Jarrett and others as part of the investigation.

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Arizona Republic

His plea makes Cramer one of the highest-ranking ICE officials to admit to or be convicted of corruption and it raises questions about the ability of Mexican drug cartels to reach the upper echelons of U.S. law enforcement.

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Politico

Sen. Max Baucus (D-MN), chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee, gave a $14,000 pay raise to a female staffer in 2008, at the time he was becoming romantically involved with her, and later that year took her on a taxpayer-funded trip to Sou

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WorldNetDaily

NEW YORK – A story emerging out of Britain suggests "follow the money" may explain the enthusiasm of the United Nations to pursue caps on carbon emissions, despite doubts surfacing in the scientific community about the validity of the underlying glob

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