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You’re going to demolish it anyway; why not have an elite police force kick the doors in first?
With the British press chronicling every attack's gory details, people are demanding a tough response.
Ronald Noble also talks about stolen passports, Columbian rebel computers, and catching child predators
The effort identifies some 300 suspect documents a month.
Lastest figures show a reversal of an upward tick, but the picture remains complicated.
Police used Tasers, pepper spray, and dogs to control the crowd of students.
"It takes a long time to put the ship back on the right course when students do this."
Gen. David Petraeus, the four-star general in charge of Iraq, will once again step onto Capitol Hill today to delivery testimony on the progress of the war.
A California Highway Patrol assistant chief finds a second career managing singers and songwriters.