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Djawn People News Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent and author Valerie Plame nixes the notion of female spies as sexy Bond girl types or cool and calculating Angelina Jolie models. Plame is rather the woman you want living next door: She
Plame decided sue Vice President Dick Cheney and presidential adviser Karl Rove because they engaged in a "whispering campaign" to destroy her career. AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson Special to the News Published: Friday, March 21, 2014 at 11:00 p.m...
He could easily have avoided the scrum on the square by making himself available even briefly to take questions on the big news of the day: the release of court documents about the crack video and the police investigation that followed. Instead, he
THE head of SA Police's media unit has been ordered to attend court and undergo cross-examination over corruption allegations filed against a Major Crime detective. The Adelaide Magistrates Court today granted Peter Dawe Martin's application to cross-
Asked if the commutation was a setback to the prosecution, the former Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation said the investigating agency had done its job in all fairness...Kaarthikeyan, who spearheaded investigation in the Rajiv Gandhi
Vakaloloma, the lawyer representing a man charged with murder, told the High Court in Suva yesterday people were reluctant to come forward to act as interpreters. He said it was because of claims that the act allegedly committed by his client was an
Mohhammed Mustafa Hakim charged with a sexual offence told the court he had paid $8000 to his lawyer for the entire duration of the trial but could not understand why his lawyer had not been to court. Mr Hakim told the court he had been in remand for
House lawyers late Monday filed court papers asking a federal judge to force the Justice Department to turn over records to reveal the extent of efforts to stonewall a congressional probe into a botched weapons investigation known as Fast and Furious.
This transcript is automatically generated >>> IT IS SEEN AS A MAJOR VICTORY FOR AMERICAN JOURNALISM AND A FOX NEWS REPORTER WHO FOUND HERSELF THE CENTER OF A MAJOR STORY THIS PAST WEEK. WINTER WAS DAYSING POTENTIAL JAIL TIME FOR REFUSING TO REVEAL
The Associated Press The Associated Press 51 minutes ago A Minnesota National Guardsman and Iraq War veteran charged with fraud for allegedly stealing personal information of roughly 400 members of his former Army unit had worked in intelligence,