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<p>RCMP leaders brief the media Monday about a foiled al-Qaeda train plot. Screenshot via CBC News.</p>

U.S.-Canadian Feds Foil al-Qaeda Train Plot

April 22, 2013
Canadian officials said Monday they foiled an al-Qaeda plot to derail a New York-to-Toronto commuter train with the help of the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.
<p>Photo via Mugshots.com.</p>

Reese Witherspoon To Ga. Cop: 'Do You Know My Name?'

April 22, 2013
Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon told an Atlanta Police officer he would "find out who I am" and appear on national news for arresting her husband for drunk driving.
<p>Screenshot via KOCO.</p>

Okla. Deputy Killed In Two-Vehicle Crash

April 22, 2013
Deputy Douglas Hanna, 44, was driving a marked agency truck when a truck driven by a 17-year-old struck failed to obey a stop sign and struck his vehicle. The teen has not been cited.
<p>Photo courtesy of Grayson County SO.</p>

Repeat Drunk Driver Strikes, Kills Texas Deputy

April 22, 2013
Deputy Chad Key, 42, responded to assist deputies involved in a vehicle pursuit. As Deputy Key helped direct cars around the accident scene, a multiple-DWI offender allegedly struck the deputy and continued driving.
<p>Photo courtesy of FBI.</p>

Feds Charge Boston Bombing Suspect

April 22, 2013
Federal authorities charged the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect Monday with using a weapon of mass destruction against people and property. U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz has not announced whether prosecutors would pursue the death penalty.
<p>Photo courtesy of MBTA.</p>

Mass. Transit Cop Who Lost All Blood Will Recover

April 22, 2013
Doctors expect the MBTA transit police officer shot during the Boston manhunt to recover, after he lost nearly all the blood in his body and needed to be resuscitated when his heart stopped.

No Miranda Invocation for Boston Bombing Suspect

April 22, 2013
A special interrogation team for high-value suspects will question the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect without reading him his Miranda rights, U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz announced Friday.
<p>Photo courtesy of FBI.</p>

Second Boston Bombing Suspect Taken Into Custody

April 19, 2013
The second Boston Marathon bombing suspect who eluded authorities for five days in a manhunt that left another officer dead has been taken into custody, the Boston Police Department announced via their Twitter feed.
<p>Photo via Jake Copty/Facebook.</p>

Transit Officer Wounded Pursuing Boston Suspects

April 19, 2013
An MBTA Transit Police officer wounded by gunfire while pursuing the Boston Marathon bombing suspects early Friday remains in stable condition at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge.

Bombing Suspects Attended Boston Colleges

April 19, 2013
Police say two brothers accused of bombing the Boston Marathon on Monday attended Boston-area colleges. They were born in the Russian region near Chechnya, but have attended U.S. schools.
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