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For The Baltimore SunOn Saturday, crowds of people will gather at St. John's Church in Charles Village to experience the eighth annual Pile of Craft. It is, organizers say, a different sort of craft show. About 50 vendors will be there selling items in a variety of media,...
WASHINGTON — Recently disclosed National Security Agency surveillance programs have helped disrupt more than 50 “potential terrorist events” around the world over the last 12 years, according to U.S. intelligence officials, who described...
Staff Write, Copy EditorEL CENTRO — An altercation at a home in the 1000 block of North 18th Street led to the arrest of a 24-year-old male for having a concealed firearm and threatening to commit bodily injury. Jonathan Marin of El Centro is alleged to have entered the...
Journalist Alfredo Corchado has had a front seat to many of the most important events of recent Mexican history. In the 1980s he covered the protests in Northern Mexico that foreshadowed the end of one-party rule, and he was later a Mexico City...
Tags: Mexico City, Mexico, Book, Journalism, Crime, Law and Justice
Tribune reporterAmid heavy courthouse security, the alleged top leaders of one of Chicago’s most violent street gangs were ordered held without bail today on sweeping racketeering charges that allege they controlled their West Side drug empire through intimidation,...
Tags: Laws, Criminal Laws, Judges, Justice System, Police Arrests
ROME — Each day, Giacomo Di Giralomo makes a point of asking, "Where are you, Matteo?" on his talk radio show, which is broadcast across western Sicily. It's a question that the police are asking with greater urgency as they seek Matteo Messina...
The Senate approved a nearly $1 trillion farm bill Monday night that proves Washington is still bent on catering to special interests and wasting taxpayers' money. Let's count the ways. The Senate bill perpetuates a sugar subsidy that raises the price...
CURITIBA, Brazil -- The head of a newspaper renowned for reporting on crime and corruption was shot to death Tuesday in a town outside Rio de Janeiro, the latest in a string of apparent assassinations of Brazilian journalists. Jose Roberto Ornelas de...
Tribune reportersThe top leaders of one of Chicago’s most violent street gangs have been charged in a sweeping racketeering case that alleges they controlled their West Side drug empire through pattern of intimidation, kidnappings, shootings and murder dating back...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefA former treasurer for Amherst County is facing criminal charges. Evelyn Martin was indicted Tuesday on two counts of embezzlement by a public officer and one count of money laundering. All three offenses are felonies. State police arrested Martin...
Federal agents have seized an estimated $100 million in art over the last two years from a prominent Manhattan antiquities dealer they describe as one of the most prolific antiquities smugglers in the world. Subhash Kapoor, a 64-year-old American...
Tags: Theft, Australia, Art Institute of Chicago, Immigration, Artists
Border agents fired shots at a fleeing boat loaded with 14 immigrants, boarded the vessel – which then capsized and hurled all aboard into the dark waters off Palm Beach County, according to federal court documents obtained by the Sun Sentinel....
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