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  1. Feds: Michigan man sold dozens of forged artworksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | USA Today

    Authorities allege that Eric Spoutz has sold dozens of artworks he claimed were by Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline and Joan Mitchell - works that turned out to be fake. Feds: Michigan man sold dozens of forged artworks Authorities allege that Eric Spoutz has sold dozens of artworks he claimed were by Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline and Joan Mitchell - works that turned out to be fake.

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  2. FBI's hands-off strategy in Oregon follows lessons learnedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | WBOC-TV Salisbury

    Federal officials have allowed the armed occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge to drag on for more than a month as part of a strategy learned from past standoffs in Texas and Idaho that ended in bloodshed and spurred more government mistrust, experts say. Critics say the wait-it-out strategy sends a mixed message and can embolden others to lead takeovers.

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  3. Syrian Refugee Bill Passes House by Veto-Proof Majority; Senate Democrats Vow to Block ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2015 | The Weekly Standard

    On Thursday, the House voted 289-127 in favor of a bill that would require greater scrutiny of Syrians and Iraqis applying to become refugees in the United States. In a stunning rebuke to President Obama, 47 Democrats ignored the president's veto threat and joined 242 Republicans to pass the measure by a veto-proof majority.

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  4. Author Daniel P. Douglas' New Sci Fi Release, 'Truth Insurrected: The ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Sci fi author Daniel P. Douglas has announced the release of 'Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project'. The newly released science fiction book blends the authenticity of a Tom Clancy novel with the mystery and suspense of 'The X Files'.

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  5. Local Schools Get Fourth-Straight Day of ThreatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Patch.com

    For the fourth day in a row, the school day has faced disruption and alarm thanks to bomb threats. The threats, delivered by telephone through a computer-generated voice, have led to evacuations, searches of the buildings and investigation by local and state police.

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  6. Will Hillary Clinton Get Indicted?Read the original story

    Thursday | FITSNews

    Will she or won't she? The answer to that question could determine whether Hillary Clinton becomes America's next president or its next fallen politician. Earlier this week, chatter among the media elites centered around an ongoing Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into Clinton's use of a private server to handle official government business during her tenure as Secretary of State.

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  7. Mayor, city manager of Texas 'spinach capital' arrested for corruptionRead the original story

    Thursday | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    The mayor and city manager of a south Texas town that bills itself as the "spinach capital of the world," were arrested on Thursday on charges including strong-arming contractors into paying bribes in exchange for doing business, authorities said. A federal indictment claims four current and former city officials of Crystal City demanded payments from contractors so they could pay off personal gambling bills, bar tabs, car loans, and other expenses.

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  8. Former Manager at HBO Agrees to Plead Guilty to Federal Fraud and Tax ChargesRead the original story

    Thursday | San Fernando Sun

    A San Fernando Valley woman was charged with three federal offenses in relation to a scheme in which she submitted fraudulent bills and illegally took approximately $1 million from HBO, where she worked as manager in the Talent Relations Department. In court documents filed, Jennifer Choi, 38, of Valley Village, agreed to plead guilty to two counts of wire fraud and one count of tax evasion.

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  9. Seven more Hillary server e-mails too secret to release in any formRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hot Air

    The State Department has decided to withhold seven more e-mails from Hillary Clinton's unauthorized and nonsecure homebrew system as too sensitive to release even in redacted form. That brings the total number of such messages to 29, and one member of Congress who has seen them is aghast at what may have been exposed: "There are more than 22, and it's not just one or two more," Rep. Chris Stewart told the Washington Examiner , referring to the 22 emails deemed top secret by the State Department last week.

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  10. Texas mayor, city manager arrested in corruptionaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KHOU-TV Houston

    Five current and former Crystal City officials and one Texas businessman have been arrested on federal bribery charges detailed in a 14-page indictment unsealed Thursday. Mayor, city manager among those arrested in Crystal City public corruption case Five current and former Crystal City officials and one Texas businessman have been arrested on federal bribery charges detailed in a 14-page indictment unsealed Thursday.

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  11. Name of shooter released in Lauderdale Co. deputy-involved shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WSFA-TV Montgomery

    The State Bureau of investigation has taken the lead over the case of a shooting that left a Lauderdale County deputy and one other person shot Wednesday night. A Lauderdale County deputy was shot while serving commitment papers for a mental evaluation around 6:30 p.m. at a home on Ridge Avenue in Florence, off Northwest Jackson Road and north of Hibbett Middle School.

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  12. Former Gov't Worker Admits to Hacking PlotRead the original story

    Thursday | Courthouse News Service

    A former Department of Energy scientist pleaded guilty to trying to infect government computers with a virus after he was caught in an FBI sting operation. Charles Harvey Eccleston, 62, admitted to trying to damage the U.S. Department of Energy computer system with a "spear-phishing" attack.

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  13. Steven Avery: Was He Framed By a Notorious Serial Killer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Hollywood Gossip

    Ever since Making a Murderer first captivated Netflix viewers back in December, hundreds of theories about the murder of Teresa Halbach and the arrest and conviction of Steven Avery have surfaced online. His mother has stated that she believes Halbach is still alive , and the whole thing was an elaborate con designed to put her son behind bars.

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  14. Sunanda Pushkar death: Delhi police may conduct lie detector test on Shashi TharroorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | India.com

    New Delhi, February 4: In yet another trouble for Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, the Delhi police commissioner on Thursday hinted that the Congress MP may have to go through lie detector test in the Sunanda Pushkar's death case. Bassi, without naming Tharoor said that the Special Investigating Team probing the death of Sunanda Pushkar will go for a lie detector test of anybody and everybody attached to Pushkar.

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  15. ..........Mosque Obama Visited Under FBI Surveillance Since 2010: One ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WCBM-AM Pikesville

    Obama is the President of the United States. He must know all this. That he could plead ignorance of it is inconceivable.

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  16. FBI joins investigation into Flint, Michigan water crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has finally been recognized by the state's governor. So who dropped the ball along the way? The ongoing lead crisis in Flint, Michigan has been unresolved and response has been somewhat slower than what residents would like to see from Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.

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  17. How a Type Font Caught Alleged Michigan Art SwindlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Patch.com

    A Mount Clemens art dealer created a fictitious world and multiple aliases in a scheme to pass off dozens of forged artworks as masterpieces, federal authorities allege. Eric Ian Hornak Spoutz, 32, could spend up to 20 years in prison if convicted of the wire fraud charge filed against him in U.S. District Court for New York's Southern District.

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  18. MCSO shares IDs in 1979 cold caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Advocate-News

    The identities of two murdered teens whose bodies were found along Highway 20 in 1979 have been released nearly 37 years after their deaths. Francine Marie Trimble and Kerry Ann Graham were inseparable best friends, according to Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman.

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  19. Michigan couple accused of renting out diseased heads free on bondRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MLive.com

    Federal authorities say a married Michigan couple, Elizabeth and Arthur Rayburn of Grosse Pointe Park, rented out human heads infected with HIV and other diseases for use in medical research and training. The couple won't be able to spend much time together in the months to come.

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  20. Before Flint, FBI feared terrorists would poison U.S. water suppliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | OpEdNews

    Michigan Governor Rick Snyder;t took Michigan's GOP Governor to accomplish what Al Qaeda, militia members and lone wolves could not. ) With Tuesday's announcement that the FBI will join the expanding investigation , anyone who doubted the seriousness of the poisoning of the Flint, Michigan, water supply should now recognize their error.

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