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  • British submarine joins search for missing Malaysian plane

    British submarine joins search for missing Malaysian plane
    BEIJING — A British submarine joined the search Wednesday for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet as Malaysian police said their investigation of the 227 passengers found no personal or psychological problems or motivation to hijack or sabotage the...
  • California lawmakers grim, angry after arrest of state Sen. Leland Yee

    California lawmakers grim, angry after arrest of state Sen. Leland Yee
    SACRAMENTO -- A group of schoolchildren chattered excitedly Thursday during a field trip to the state Capitol as state Sen. Ed Hernandez stood nearby in the rotunda, looking grim and sipping coffee from a paper cup. The Democratic lawmaker from West...
  • Texas terror suspect planned mosque attack, officials say

    Robert James Talbot Jr. considered himself a revolutionary seeking to create a different society by robbing an armored car, killing police and even blazing a bloody path though a service at a mosque where he would shoot men, women and children at prayer,...
  • Leland Yee falls, and California secretary of state candidates rise up

    Leland Yee falls, and California secretary of state candidates rise up
    Thanks to state Sen. Leland Yee’s alleged attempts to broker illegal gun deals for campaign contributions, candidates for California’s secretary of state are suddenly getting a lot of attention and news coverage. Yee is out of the race,...
  • NSA chief's legacy is shaped by big data, for better and worse

    NSA chief's legacy is shaped by big data, for better and worse
    FT. MEADE, Md. — In nearly nine years as head of the nation's largest intelligence agency, Gen. Keith Alexander presided over a vast expansion of digital spying, acquiring information in a volume his predecessors would have found unimaginable....
  • Have high-speed stock traders rigged the market?

    Have high-speed stock traders rigged the market?
    At a time when public trust in Wall Street already is at a low, new allegations about high-speed stock trading threaten to further erode confidence in the financial markets. The furor centers on accusations that professional traders armed with ultra-...
  • State senators call for focus on ethics; FBI searches 2nd Yee office

    State senators call for focus on ethics; FBI searches 2nd Yee office
    SACRAMENTO — Stung by criminal cases involving three state senators, Democratic legislative leaders vowed Tuesday to reassess their campaign finance practices, and canceled a lucrative golf fundraiser scheduled for this weekend. The promise of...
  • FBI conducts sweep of state Senate office said to be Yee's

    FBI conducts sweep of state Senate office said to be Yee's
    SACRAMENTO -- Federal agents armed with a search warrant returned to California legislative offices Tuesday to execute a second sweep. FBI spokeswoman Gina Swankee confirmed the search of an office within the Senate's annex building, but declined to...
  • FBI probes high-frequency trading firms for abuse of information

    FBI probes high-frequency trading firms for abuse of information
    Federal agents are investigating whether high-frequency trading firms break U.S. laws by acting on nonpublic information to gain an edge over competitors. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's inquiry stems from a multiyear crackdown on insider trading,...
  • Leland Yee indictment may mark abrupt end to his political career

    Leland Yee indictment may mark abrupt end to his political career
    The public-corruption case filed against state Sen. Leland Yee on Wednesday could mark an abrupt end to the prestigious, and sometimes divisive, political career of one of the most prominent figures in California's Democratic legislative majority. After...
  • 'Rob the Mob' almost undone by story's mafia connections

    'Rob the Mob' almost undone by story's mafia connections
    Even in the annals of dumb crooks, Tommy and Rosemarie Uva weren't the sharpest tools in the shed. In the early 1990s, the young Queens couple decided to stick up Mafia social clubs. In the abstract, the choice of location made sense. The clubs were...