Police Push For More Access To E-Communications

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Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian, is accused of helping to carry out embassy bombings in East Africa in 1998 that killed 224 people and injured hundreds more. U.S. District Attorney's Office hide caption

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Guantanamo Detainee's Trial May Set Tone For Others

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No Clear Path Yet For Many Obama Judicial Nominees

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Some criminals will walk much more than a mile to get their hands on these. Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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Trade In Black-Market Cigarettes: Hot, Dangerous

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Leon Robinson and Diane Robinson Samuels say that for years their family didn't talk about what happened to their brother Johnny the day he was killed. Carrie Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Johnny's Death: The Untold Tragedy In Birmingham

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Feds Sue Arizona Sheriff In Immigration Probe

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Judges Ask For More Security Amid Threats

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What's Next For Blagojevich Prosecutors?

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Justice Department Clears Tom Delay Of Corruption

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Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Louis Butler was the first incumbent in the state in more than 40 years to lose his court seat. AP hide caption

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Report: Too Much Money Going To State Court Races

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Little Progress On Closing Guantanamo As Trials Start

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Republicans Block Liu's Judicial Nomination

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States Lay Out Battle Lines In Health Care Suits

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Cranes move materials at a construction site in central Baghdad in May. The U.S. government has spent more than $770 billion on private contractors in Afghanistan and Iraq since the wars began. U.S. prosecutors increasingly are targeting bribery schemes, but their efforts have been criticized for employing strong-arm tactics designed for terrorism cases. Ali Al-Saadi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Prosecutors Criticized For Tactics Against Contractors

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Members of the Outlaws motorcycle club pass a roadblock as they ride through Hollis Center, Maine. Club members gathered for a memorial service for Thomas Mayne, a club leader who was killed during a shootout with federal agents on June 15. ATF agents were trying to arrest Mayne in his home in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Joel Page/AP hide caption

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Feds Peel Back Chrome On Motorcycle Gangs

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