U.S. Prosecutors Catch Suspects in Transit

Prosecutors hit high-flying targets

Radiation Detection Flawed, Say Scientists

Two scientists argue radiation screening at American ports of entry is flawed and a potentially fatal hole in our national security.

Congress, DOJ Look into Mystery Exemption

Language that was stealthily placed in rules that require government contractors to report waste, fraud, and abuse exempts U.S. contractors working overseas to the dismay of members of Congress and some in the Department of Justice.

Defense Analyst and Three Chinese Nationals Arrested for Spying

A Defense Department analyst and three Chinese Nationals have been arrested in espionage-related cases.

White Collar Criminals Receive Less Attention After 9-11

The threat of another 9-11, as well as Bush Administration priorities, has led to a drop in the prosecution of some defendants in favor of others.

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