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On the lookout for cattle rustlers

Aug 25, 2010
Someone -- or some group -- is stealing cows from the Oregon backcountry, and ranchers and law enforcement are scrambling to protect their herds and catch the thieves.
Posted In: Agriculture, Crime

Detroit may cut felony box on job apps

Aug 24, 2010
Have you ever been convicted of a felony? Many job applications have a special box to check if you have. But advocates for ex-cons say the question handcuffs those who want to stay on the straight and narrow through legitimate employment. Sarah Hulett reports Detroit is the latest city to consider banning the box.
Posted In: Crime, Jobs

Was Lockerbie bomber released as part of a business deal?

Aug 19, 2010
A Scottish judge released the Lockerbie Bomber last year, on the grounds that he had less than three months to live. But a year later, he's still alive -- and critics are suspicious that his release had something to do with BP's acquisition of Libyan oil fields.
Posted In: Crime

NJ, SEC settle securities fraud case

Aug 19, 2010
The Securities and Exchange Commission has settled its case against New Jersey. Reporter Gregory Warner talks with Bill Radke about the case, which is the first time a state has been charged with securities fraud.
Posted In: Crime

Will SEC exercise new reform powers?

Aug 9, 2010
Provisions in the financial regulatory reforms could encourage huge numbers of new cases against companies. The provisions let the SEC give big financial payouts to whistle blowers whose info leads to successful enforcement action. Alisa Roth reports the agency's also making more use of the tools it already had.
Posted In: Crime

Susan G. Komen fights for trademark

Aug 5, 2010
Susan G. Komen For the Cure, the breast cancer charity, has warned several other charities to stay away from its trademarked phrase: "Race for the Cure." And watch out if you use the color pink. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Charity, Crime

Intel antitrust settlement will change how it prices, markets chips

Aug 4, 2010
Intel has settled a major antitrust case with the Federal Trade Commission which could lead to lower prices and more innovation going forward.
Posted In: Crime

Illegal immigrant 'snitches' use up 10,000 visas in crime-assistance

Aug 3, 2010
Illegal immigrants who report being the victim of a major crime can get working papers to cooperate with police. This year, enough illegal immigrants reported crimes to use up all 10,000 allotted visa slots.
Posted In: Crime, Immigration

Slow Indian court system serves delayed justice

Jul 27, 2010
India's court system is backlogged with a deluge of cases. But a new record-keeping database may provide some hope for speeding up the country's justice system.
Posted In: Crime

Speed cameras: Good or bad?

Jul 16, 2010
Arizona shut down the speed cameras that patrolled some of the state's roads -- were they a success or a failure? Depends on who you ask.
Posted In: Crime

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