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WASHINGTON -- The former top federal prosecutor in Arizona retaliated against the lead whistle blower in the Fast and Furious controversy by leaking an internal report that suggested he too once favored “walking guns” along the Southwest...
WASHINGTON — In the early-morning hours before he was arrested on suspicion of sending a poison-laced letter to the president of the United States, Paul Kevin Curtis was typing messages on his Facebook profile. Over the previous few days, the 45-...
WASHINGTON -- An envelope addressed to President Obama and intercepted at a mail processing facility has tested positive for the poison ricin, a law enforcement official said Wednesday. Officials are conducting additional tests to confirm the result,...
Tags: White House, FBI, Barack Obama, Roger F. Wicker
Does it matter that President Obama was right? That Kamala Harris is “the best-looking attorney general in the country”? Not really. As a quip, it failed; as an attempt at gallantry, it didn’t need saying. The president cushioned his...
The image of illegal immigration in the minds of most Americans is of poor Mexicans streaming across the Southwest border. This is not entirely wrong, but it is outdated. As Congress debates immigration reform, it is worth taking a look at what's changed....
Tags: Illegal Immigrants, FBI, Migration, Malaysia, Economic Indicator
Think of the NRA’s newly proposed National School Shield initiative as a kiddie version of the National Missile Defense program. Star Wars for Schoolyards. A hail of bullets will protect everyone! After the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., the...
Rex Scouten, whose 48-year career in the White House began with the Trumans and ended with the Clintons, and whose duties included helping first families transition to their oversized new home, died Feb. 20 at a hospital near his home in Fairfax, Va. He...
Join director Antoine Fuqua and Times staff writer Glenn Whipp for a live video chat about Fuqua's latest film, "Olympus Has Fallen," and his career at 1:30 p.m. Pacific time Thursday. The action thriller "Olympus Has Fallen" stars Gerard Butler as a...
WASHINGTON – President Obama on Tuesday named a high-ranking career employee of the U.S. Secret Service to become its first female director. Julia A. Pierson, a veteran of the agency’s Miami and Orlando, Fla., field offices, serves as...
It was a weekend of firsts at the box office. The No. 1 spot went to the first cave-man family in "The Croods," and "Olympus Has Fallen" star Gerard Butler had his first strong showing at the multiplex in years. The 3-D animated family film beat out...
There's a notable moment in "Olympus Has Fallen," director Antoine Fuqua's action thriller that arrives in theaters Friday: a desecrated American flag is discarded from atop the White House by North Korean terrorists and falls, in slow-motion, to the...
If you head out to see the Gerard Butler action movie “Olympus Has Fallen” this weekend, you’re probably going for the pyrotechnics: The White House is blown to smithereens, the Washington Monument dramatically implodes, many bad guys...
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