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  • Councilmans Former Aide Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Honest Services Fraud (08/11/2009)
  • Mexican Drug Trafficker Convicted of Aggravated Identity Theft (08/11/2009)
  • Secretary Napolitano Announces $42 Million in Recovery Act Funding for Explosive Detection Systems at Three Airports (08/11/2009)
  • DOT Proposes Fine for Williams-Transco Following Rural Virginia Accident (08/11/2009)
  • U.S., Chinese Sister Parks Preserve Beauty for Future Generations (08/11/2009)
  • No Excuses for Gender-Based Violence, Clinton Tells DRC (08/11/2009)
  • Leader of Colombian Drug Cartel and Former FBI Top-Ten Fugitive Pleads Guilty to Drug, Murder and Racketeering Charges (08/11/2009)
  • James H. Robertson Named Special Agent in Charge of Buffalo Division (08/11/2009)
  • European Muslim and Jewish Leaders Visit America (08/11/2009)
  • Obama, Clinton Condemn Sentencing of Burmas Aung San Suu Kyi (08/11/2009)
  • Sharing Intelligence to Fight Transnational Gangs (08/11/2009)
  • OPERATION SAFECATCH - A Proactive Approach to Bank Robberies (08/11/2009)
  • Clinton Returns to Volunteer at South African Housing Project (08/10/2009)
  • Targeted U.S. Sanctions on Zimbabwe to Continue, Clinton Says (08/10/2009)
  • Innovative Mobile Phone Project Saves Childrens Lives in Africa (08/10/2009)
  • Adams Extract & Spice, LLC Announces Recall Because of Possible Health Risk (08/10/2009)
  • ICE and DOJ Sign Agreements to Share Information on Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime (08/10/2009)
  • United States Helps Russia Reverse Population Decline (08/10/2009)
  • North American Leaders Discuss Trade, H1N1 Flu, Climate Change (08/10/2009)
  • Afghan Transit Agreement Means Closer U.S.-Russia Cooperation (08/10/2009)
  • United States Calls for North Korea to Resume Six-Party Talks (08/10/2009)
  • Clinton Pledges U.S. Partnership for Angolas Growing Democracy (08/10/2009)
  • United States, Angola Commit to HIV/AIDS Partnership (08/10/2009)
  • Former U.S. Army Contracting Official Pleads Guilty to Accepting Bribes (08/08/2009)
  • Arrest in the 2007 Texhoma Kidnaping of a 10 Year-Old Girl (08/08/2009)
  • United States Taking Broader Approach Against Violent Extremism (08/08/2009)
  • South Africa Uniquely Positioned to Spur African Economic Growth (08/08/2009)
  • North American Leaders Meet August 9 to 10 in Mexico (08/08/2009)
  • Oregon Man Indicted for Dumping Hazardous Waste (08/07/2009)
  • Engineers Bring Better Health to Rural Communities (08/07/2009)
  • Sotomayor Confirmed as Newest U.S. Supreme Court Justice (08/07/2009)
  • Increasing Numbers of Kenyan Girls Benefit from Educational Boost (08/07/2009)
  • Clinton Pays Tribute at Embassy Bombing Memorial (08/07/2009)
  • Two Individuals Plead Guilty to Offering to Bribe U.S. Army Contracting Official in Afghanistan (08/07/2009)
  • Former Judge Pleads Guilty to Mortgage Fraud (08/07/2009)
  • Crips Member Sentenced to Eight Years in Federal Prison on Racketeering Charge (08/07/2009)
  • Federal Judge Sentences Defendants Who Perpetrated $10.9 Million Medicare Fraud HIV Infusion Scheme (08/07/2009)
  • U.S. Citizen Taliban Supporter Sentenced to Prison (08/07/2009)
  • Former Congressman William J. Jefferson Convicted of Bribery, Racketeering, Money Laundering and Other Related Charges (08/06/2009)
  • Ready-Mix Concrete Producer Agrees to Resolve Clean Water Act Violations (08/06/2009)
  • Clinton Pledges U.S. Support to Somali Transitional Government (08/06/2009)
  • Afghans Taking Lead on Election Security, Fighting Violations (08/06/2009)
  • Internet Gambling Payment Processor Charged with Bank Fraud, Money Laundering and Illegal Gambling Offenses (08/06/2009)
  • Africans Must Use Trade to Fight Economic Crisis, Kenyan Says (08/05/2009)
  • Food Security Is Top Agenda Item on Clinton Africa Trip (08/05/2009)
  • College Students Driving Green Vehicles to New Heights (08/05/2009)
  • Less Driving, Better Vehicles: Keys to Energy, Climate Causes (08/05/2009)
  • Business Owner Sentenced to 100 Years for His Role in Scheme to Defraud Clients of Funds Allegedly Held in Trust (08/05/2009)
  • Boston-Based Bus Company Agrees to $650,000 Penalty for Violating the Clean Air Act and Anti-Idling Regulations (08/05/2009)
  • Pardoned U.S. Journalists Return Home from North Korea (08/05/2009)
  • Former Border Patrol Agent Sentenced for Attempting to Receive Protected Leopard Tortoises (08/05/2009)
  • Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud (08/05/2009)
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