- 8 arrested in Atlanta-based fraud ring Updated: Apr-24-15 5:49 pm
ATLANTA - Federal officials say several members of an Atlanta-based fraud ring have been arrested.
- Judge rejects GPS monitor for Reagan shooter Updated: Apr-24-15 5:30 pm
WASHINGTON - The man who shot President Ronald Reagan won't have to wear an ankle monitor if allowed to leave a mental hospital for good, a judge indicated Friday, brushing aside that request from the government.
- Report: Alarm at G.H.W. Bush home broken for 13 months Updated: Apr-23-15 10:45 am
WASHINGTON - The alarm at former President George H.W. Bush's Texas home was broken for at least 13 months before the Secret Service fixed it, according to a report released Thursday by the Homeland Security Department's inspector general.
- Californian arrested for trying to scale White House fence Updated: Apr-20-15 7:22 pm
WASHINGTON - A California man accused of climbing over a White House fence was released from jail Monday after appearing in Superior Court in Washington.
- Post reporter wins Pulitzer for Secret Service coverage Updated: Apr-20-15 6:58 pm
WASHINGTON - Washington Post reporter Carol Leonnig has won a Pulitzer Prize in national reporting for her coverage of embarrassing security lapses at the Secret Service.
- Family wins back seized gold coins that could be worth $80M Updated: Apr-17-15 8:37 pm
PHILADELPHIA - A family was awarded the rights to 10 rare gold coins possibly worth $80 million or more on Friday after a U.S. appeals court overturned a jury verdict.
- Homeland chief: Gyrocopter came in 'under the radar' Updated: Apr-16-15 9:45 pm
WASHINGTON - The Florida postal carrier charged Thursday with two federal crimes for steering his small gyrocopter through protected Washington airspace "literally flew under the radar" to the lawn of the Capitol, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said as key lawmakers raised alarms about security risks.
- Q&A: Who is this flying mailman with a message for Congress? Updated: Apr-16-15 7:01 pm
RUSKIN, Florida - Many questions surround the political stunt of a postal worker charged Thursday with violating national airspace and operating an unregistered aircraft by landing his gyrocopter on Capitol Hill.
- Newspaper's role in Capitol stunt examined Updated: Apr-16-15 6:10 pm
NEW YORK - A Florida newspaper that knew ahead of time that a man planned to fly a gyrocopter into restricted airspace at the U.S. Capitol faced questions Thursday about whether its editors should have used this knowledge to try and stop the risky stunt.
- Russian man's lawyers: Hacking charges should be dismissed Updated: Apr-08-15 3:18 pm
SEATTLE - Lawyers for a Russian man accused of hacking into U.S. restaurants and stealing credit card numbers have asked a federal judge to dismiss the indictment against him, arguing that the U.S. Secret Service overstepped its authority when agents took him into custody in the Maldives.