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  • Border Patrol Agents Car Rammed by Smugglers Pick-Up (08/18/2009)
  • CBP Officers Discover 2 Meth-Filled Bundles in Travelers Waistband (08/18/2009)
  • CBP Intercepts Pirated Spiderman Sandals at Los Angeles/Long Beach Seaport (08/18/2009)
  • CBP Officers Seize $7.9 Million in Marijuana, Cocaine at Laredo Port of Entry (08/18/2009)
  • Five Sentenced for Forcing Guatemalan Girls and Women to Work as Prostitutes in Los Angeles (08/18/2009)
  • New Mexico Farmer Charged with Tax Fraud, Fraudulently Collecting Farm Subsidies (08/18/2009)
  • U.S. Labor Department sues retirement plan trustees of defunct Alabama wholesaler to recover nearly $900,000 in pension assets (08/17/2009)
  • Department of Education to Accelerate $11.37 Billion in Stimulus Funds (08/17/2009)
  • 29 arrested in ICE-led, multi-agency operation targeting gang members (08/17/2009)
  • New Orleans Man Indicted for Mail Fraud and Aggravated Identity Theft (08/17/2009)
  • Energy Incentives for Individuals in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (08/17/2009)
  • Defendants Sentenced in Connection with Business Opportunity Scams (08/17/2009)
  • Miami Man Pleads Guilty to $123 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme (08/17/2009)
  • FBI Releases Bank Crime Statistics for Second Quarter of 2009 (08/17/2009)
  • Consortium of 49 Massachusetts Law Enforcement Agencies to Pay U.S. $200,000 for Alleged False Claims (08/17/2009)
  • Fifth Person Pleads Guilty to Illegally Accessing Confidential Passport Files (08/17/2009)
  • Alleged International Hacker Indicted for Massive Attack on U.S. Retail and Banking Networks (08/17/2009)
  • Pipeline Firms to Pay $3.65 Million to Settle Claims Related to 2004 Ammonia Spills in Nebraska and Kansas (08/16/2009)
  • Bank Robber Who Dressed in Drag Sentenced to 144 Months in Prison for Committing Nine Robberies in Two States (08/15/2009)
  • Two Men Sentenced for $1 Million Stolen Vehicle, Chop Shop Conspiracy (08/15/2009)
  • Cosco Busan Operator Admits Guilt in Causing Oil Spill (08/14/2009)
  • Boeing Company to Pay U.S. $25 Million to Resolve Allegations Related to Defective Work on KC-10 Aerial Refueling Aircraft (08/14/2009)
  • Four Puerto Rico Police Officers Convicted of Federal Civil Rights Charges Related to Fatal Assault (08/14/2009)
  • New Afghan Assessment Will Not Address Additional U.S. Forces (08/14/2009)
  • Banks Increasing Scrutiny of North Korean Transactions (08/14/2009)
  • Liberia Is Model for Post-Conflict Transformation, Clinton Says (08/14/2009)
  • U.S. Army Engineers Bring Sewage System to Fallujah, Iraq (08/14/2009)
  • Afghan Elections Essential Step in Defeating Taliban Insurgents (08/14/2009)
  • North Miami Beach Resident Arrested in Foreign Currency Investment Scheme (08/13/2009)
  • Nett Lake Man Indicted for Setting Fire to the Boise Fort Reservation Tribal Center (08/13/2009)
  • Title Agent Indicted in Mortgage Fraud Scheme (08/13/2009)
  • Obama Administrations Rural Tour Stops in Western Alaska (08/13/2009)
  • CBP in Charleston Combats Illegal Importation of Endangered Species (08/13/2009)
  • Secretary Napolitano Announces Global Entry Expansion to 13 Additional Airports (08/13/2009)
  • Exxon-Mobil Pleads Guilty to Killing Migratory Birds in Five States (08/13/2009)
  • Federal Court Permanently Enjoins Founder of the Global Prosperity Tax Scheme (08/13/2009)
  • Massachusetts Man Sentenced in Child Pornography Case (08/13/2009)
  • Dynamics Research Corporation to Pay $15 Million to Resolve Allegations of Kickbacks and False Claims Related to Air Force Contracts (08/13/2009)
  • Former Tamimi Global Executive Convicted of Witness Tampering Following Reinstatement of Charges (08/13/2009)
  • Former Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Convicted of Stealing Large Amounts of Fuel from U.S. Army in Iraq (08/12/2009)
  • Overland Park Man Sentenced for Anthrax Threat (08/12/2009)
  • Man Sentenced to Prison in Tomato Industry Corruption Case (08/12/2009)
  • Atlanta Defendant Found Guilty of Supporting Terrorists (08/12/2009)
  • Arizona Man Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for Receipt of Child Pornography (08/12/2009)
  • Two Defendants Plead Guilty in Counterfeit Pipe Coupling Scheme (08/12/2009)
  • United States Pledges $17 Million to Aid Rape Survivors in DRC (08/12/2009)
  • Trade Panel Tells China to Allow More U.S. Entertainment Imports (08/12/2009)
  • Clinton Calls for Enhanced Political Reforms in Nigeria (08/12/2009)
  • Agriculture and Energy Key to Clinton Angola Visit on Africa Trip (08/11/2009)
  • Engineering Students Look Outside the U.S. for Training (08/11/2009)
  • Conspirator Sentenced to Life in Prison for the 2006 Murder of Federal Witness John Dowery (08/11/2009)
  • Three Arrested in Long Island Sex Trafficking and Alien Harboring Case (08/11/2009)
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