At scene of Nevada ranch standoff, 'citizen soldiers' are on guard

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The conflict between cattleman Cliven Bundy and the federal Bureau of Land Management has attracted scores of self-styled antigovernment militiamen. 'We're not wackos,' one says.

 Verizon Wireless sells out customers with creepy new tactic

The carrier will monitor not just your wireless activities but also your other computers, then share that data with marketers.

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School bus driver may not have hit brakes before crash, CHP says

Officials say the driver and two students were critically injured in the Anaheim Hills crash.

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Scott London, who gave insider tips to a golf buddy while a partner at KPMG's Los Angeles office, is sentenced to 14 months.

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