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Airport security agents made a macabre discovery Wednesday after they examined the contents of a broken pot in a carry-on bag: shards of a possible human skull and teeth. They may have been good luck charms unwittingly purchased in Cuba. The bones...
WASHINGTON — Investigators said the two Boston Marathon bombs were triggered by long-range remote controls for toy cars — a more sophisticated design than originally believed — bolstering a theory that the older suspect received bomb-...
A new fire station will be opening later this year to serve central Miramar. The temporary fire station will be on Miramar Parkway about a half-mile east of Flamingo Road. Fire Station 107 will be funded by a $1.9 million Staffing for Adequate Fire...
Tags: here! (tv network), Miramar, FEMA
TALLAHASSEE — Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed into law Thursday regulations on the use of drones by law enforcement, making Florida among the first states to regulate the unmanned aircraft. "I believe the real need for this is we want our own...
TORONTO (AP) — One of two men accused of plotting with al-Qaida members in Iran to derail a train in Canada became radicalized to the point that his father reached out to a Muslim support group for help and advice, a local religious leader said...
Tags: Canada, Crime, Law and Justice, Al-Qaeda, Rentals, Terrorism
Baltimore's spending panel on Wednesday unanimously approved $285,000 for city police to hire a Massachusetts-based consultant — the highest of five bidders — to recommend how the department should be run. Despite the protests of competing...
On Monday, the Obama administration announced a new policy to provide legal help to mentally disabled immigrants awaiting deportation trials in federal detention centers. A day later, a federal judge in Los Angeles reached the same conclusion, ruling that...
WASHINGTON — On the third day of hearings on a bill to overhaul the immigration system, senators took a break from partisan sniping and grilled Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on whether the Boston bombings had exposed shortcomings in...
Delays may average 50 minutes per flight at O'Hare International Airport this week because of fewer air traffic controllers in the tower until the federal budget sequestration is resolved, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. It would be the...
In the federal government's view, an estimated 1,339 poor schoolchildren live within the affluent Arlington Heights-based School District 59. But the state counted 3,536 poor students when it doled out a "poverty grant" to the district this school year....
Mayors from several North Shore towns, including Highland Park, Deerfield and Highwood, are backing Breathe Deep North Shore Day on Sunday. A 5K run and 1-mile walk in Deerfield is expected to bring out 1,500 and raise more than $100,000, according to...
Tags: Schools, Medical Research, Research, Lung Cancer, High Schools
The last time there was a terrorist attack on America, we got the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration. Each entity has spent billions to keep us safe, but neither could stop two brothers, Tamerlan, a permanent...
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