Colorado lawmakers are taking up marijuana regulation proposals for the first time since receiving a federal warning about state pot laws. Full story
Three suspected al Qaeda members were planning a bomb attack in Germany when they were arrested by police, federal prosecutors said on Saturday. Full story
Washington's governor on Friday vetoed most provisions of bill to establish state licensing for cultivation and distribution of medical marijuana, saying she did not want to put state employees at risk of federal prosecution. Full story
A former Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center doctor who blew the whistle on improper billing of federal health programs by the New Hampshire hospital says his warnings about the problem went unheeded for six years before he filed a complaint with Vermont's top federal prosecutor. Full story
A federal judge in Atlanta on March 24 sentenced Amador Cortes-Meza to 40 years in prison for running a human trafficking network. He was accused of smuggling girls as young as 14 into the United States from Mexico, then forcing them to work as prostitutes. NBC News Investigations spoke with the in
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While federal prosecutors say they have defused the tree lighting terror plot, the local Muslim community is hoping to defuse tensions. NBC’s Jim Forman reports.
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This undated photo obtained 02 October 2001 from the office of the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York shows Ayman Al-Zawahiri, a physician and the founder of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.
This undated photo obtained 02 October 2001 from the office of the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York shows Saudi-born millionaire Osama Bin Laden
United States Attorney for Arizona Dennis Burke speaks behind a cache of seized weapons Tuesday, Jan 25, 2011 in Phoenix. A grand jury has indicted 20 people on firearms charges for allegedly participating in a ring that bought more than 700 guns that were to be smuggled into Mexico for use by a dru
A representative from the US Attorney's Office escorts University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino, second left, to the federal courthouse in Louisvile Wednesday, July 28, 2010. Pitino will testify in the trial of Karen Sypher who is accused of attempting to extort money from the coach af