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Secret Service Prostitution Scandal

Secret Service Prostitution Scandal: What Charges Could The Military Service Members Face If They Committed Crimes?

The U.S. Secret Service has already let go three of the 11 agents caught up in a prostitution scandal that allegedly took place in Cartagena, Colombia, and the U.S. military continues its investigation into the matter. And while prostitution is legal in Colombia, American military personnel accused of picking up prostitutes ahead of President Obama's visit to Colombia may face prosecution under U.S. military law.
Etan Patz

Etan Patz Investigation Renewed: FBI Searches Basement of SoHo Building For His Remains

The FBI and NYPD have resumed the search for Etan Patz, the six-year old who disappeared on his way to the school bus stop on May 25, 1979. Authorities began searching a basement on Prince Street in SoHo, New York City on Thursday, reported the New York Times. According to reports, the 15-by-30 basement is located 127B Prince Street, an estimated 200 feet from Patz's home at the time of his disappearance.
Iraq bombing

Bombing Waves Kills Three Dozen In Iraq

Thursday's bombings were the first significant attacks in nearly a month and the deadliest since a series of 30 explosions set by al Qaeda affiliates killed 52 people across the country in March.
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New York Times beats profit forecast; shares rise

New York Times Co reported a better-than-expected profit on Thursday as investors brushed past the company's drop in print and digital advertising revenue and focused more on the company's ability to manage costs.
Human Remains Uncovered at Titanic’s Hallowed Grounds

Human Remains Uncovered At Titanic Shipwreck Area [PHOTO]

New released pictures of the shipwrecked RMS Titanic in the mud of the North Atlantic shows evidence of human remains, federal officers said. A 2004 image in an uncropped version has been released to the public for the first time in observance of the 100th anniversary of the ship’s sinking.
Miguel Angel Fernandez Ordone,  the governor of the Bank of Spain.

Spanish Bond Yields Top 6%, CDS Costs Rise

Spanish sovereign bond yields edged above 6 percent on Monday as investors grew wary of the government's continued struggles to reduce the deficit and improve labor market competitiveness.


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