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Q&A with the acting director of the Bureau for Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.
Police found no evidence of a discharged weapon and lifted lockdown a few hours later.
Visits to a water treatment facility always turn up cables siphoning electricity from generators.
Powder is reportedly not poisonous; case being investigated as backlash over the financial crisis
Minnesota businessman is charged with fraud. His employees confessed to helping bilk investors.
And with more riders, police also see surge in theft.
Student says school was negligent before and after alleged incident.
Son of state lawmaker pleaded not guilty to intentionally accessing a computer without authorization.
Accused Tennessee resident faces five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
No one was seriously injured in the early-morning attack.