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USS John C. Stennis Celebrates the Holidays with USO

The aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) celebrated the holidays with a USO tour holiday visit, Dec. 23.

SOP newswireHomeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Passenger Name Record Agreement with European Union - I am pleased to announce the European Union (EU) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have reached a final agreement regarding Passenger Name Record (PNR) data which will allow us to make full use of passenger
SOP newswireStatement on Search Warrants Related to September 2006 Outbreak of E. coli - The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California announced that agents of the FBI and FDA Office of Criminal Investigations executed two search warrants today on Growers Express in Salinas, CA, and Natural
SOP newswireNational Name Check Program - Mission: The National Name Check Program's (NNCP’s) mission is to disseminate information from FBI files in response to name check requests received from federal agencies including internal offices within the FBI; components
SOP newswireDEA's New On-line Magazine Illustrates for Teens the Dangers of Marijuana - The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is giving teens the information they need to pass on pot. Stumbleweed, a new on-line magazine for teens, illustrates the consequences of marijuana and provides teens with relevant facts about the impact of marijuana on the body and
SOP newswireFBI At the Table With Muslims - A U.S. Muslim leader who addressed 500 agents during a recent training seminar at the FBI Academy in Virginia said the relationship between his constituents and the FBI isn’t perfect, but it’s never been better.
SOP newswireU.S. Welcomes Georgia's Transfer of Accused Russian Officers - The Bush administration welcomes the Georgian government's return of four Russian officers who were charged with spying and encourages Russia and Georgia to
SOP newswireStatement by Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Passenger Name Record Agreement with European Union - am pleased to announce that following our negotiations with representatives of the European Union (EU), I have initialed a draft formal U.S. /EU agreement regarding the sharing of Passenger Name Record (PNR) data. Most importantly, as we await the final ratification of the draft agreement, we expect that planes will
SOP newswireF.B.I. has stopped five terrorist plots in progress in roughly the last year - With the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks coming shortly after British authorities disrupted the plot to bomb airliners over the Atlantic, we are seeing another round of calls to break up the F.B.I. or to create a domestic intelligence agency separate from the F.B.I. with no police powers, similar to Britain’s MI5.
SOP newswireSTOLEN TREASURES The Case of the Missing Maps - In prestigious libraries around the world, dozens of rare maps"often hundreds of years old"were mysteriously disappearing one by one without a trace. The thefts went unsolved"and in most cases, undetected"for more than seven years.
SOP newswireOhio Fugitive Added to FBI MOST WANTED List - An Ohio man on the run for allegedly killing a police officer in 2005 and then escaping from jail while awaiting trial on murder charges has been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
SOP newswireTwo FARC Associates Plead to Drug Conspiracy Charges - R. Alexander Acosta, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, and Mark R. Trouville, Special Agent in Charge, Drug Enforcement Administration, Miami Field Office, announced today that defendants Cesar Augusto Perez-Parra and Farouk Shaikh-Reyes, pled guilty today before U.S. District Court Judge K. Michael Moore to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. These individuals
SOP newswireOperation Triple Play Wipes Out Ecstasy Ring - JOHN P. GILBRIDE, Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York Office of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), MICHAEL J. GARCIA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, MARTIN D. FICKE, Special Agent in
SOP newswireDHS Awards $22 million for Advanced Pocket Sized Radiation Detctors - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) announced today the award of Intelligent Personal Radiation Locator (IPRL) program contracts, totaling approximately $22 million, to General Electric Global Research of Niskayuna, N.Y., Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
SOP newswireSearch Warrant Served at Central Valley's Largest Marijuana Distribution Center - MODESTO " Drug Enforcement Administration ("DEA") Assistant Special Agent in Charge Gordon Taylor, Modesto Police Department Chief Roy W. Wasden, United States Attorney McGregor W. Scott and Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") Special Agent in Charge Roger L. Wirth, announced the culmination of a 15-month investigation
SOP newswireMore Global Effort Needed To Fight Sex Crimes Against Children - Washington -- Laws on child pornography vary widely among countries -- in dozens of nations, it is not illegal -- and managers of pornographic Web sites can dodge investigators by hosting their pages on overseas servers, according to U.S. law enforcement officials.
SOP newswireContainer Ships Must Be Protected from Terrorist Exploitation - Washington – A State Department terrorism expert says the United States must work with its international partners to reduce the risk that terrorists will use container ships to carry weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
SOP newswireThe DEA Position On Marijuana - There is no consensus of medical evidence that smoking marijuana helps patients. Congress enacted laws against marijuana in 1970 based in part on its conclusion that marijuana has no scientifically proven medical value. The Food and Drug
SOP newswireLearn All About Suspicious Packages - Do you know the warning signs of a potentially dangerous letter or package? And what to do if you come across one?
SOP newswireFBI Convenes Agroterrorism Summit - The unfolding story of how tainted spinach grown in California has killed at least one and sickened dozens in 25 states is a stark reminder of how important it is to protect the nation's food supply.
SOP newswirePotential Breaches of Personal Identity Data US Department of Commerce - The Department of Commerce today announced information from its recent Department-wide reviews of missing, lost or stolen laptops and potential breaches of personal identity data. The Department continues its review and is not aware of any data being improperly accessed or used. The
SOP newswirePresident Thanks Senate for Agreement on Pending War on Terror Legislation - THE PRESIDENT: I want to thank the members of the United States Senate for working with my administration to meet our top legislative priority, and that is a law that will help us crack the terror network and to save American lives.
SOP newswireDHS Announces SBINET Contract Award to Boeing - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today the award of a contract with the Boeing Co. to implement SBInet along the United States northern and southern borders. The landmark SBInet program will provide DHS, and its agents and officers, with the best possible solution to detect, identify, classify, respond to and resolve illegal entry attempts at our land borders with Mexico and Canada.
SOP newswire11 Individuals Indicted for Generic Pill Fraud Scheme - ATLANTA – The DEA today announced that 11 individuals and an Atlanta-based company have been indicted by a federal grand jury on multiple felony charges relating to a scheme to sell adulterated and unapproved new drugs over the Internet. Four of the defendants were scheduled to appear at
SOP newswireFBI Statement on the Status of the Investigation into the 2001 Anthrax Mailings - The investigation into the deadly 2001 anthrax attack is one of the largest and most complex investigations ever conducted by law enforcement. Today, the FBI's commitment to solving this case is undiminished. The men and women of the FBI and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service assigned to the case remain fully comm
Meghan GarganElder Abuse Hits Close to Home - Elderly abuse is on the rise across the nation - this report takes a look at a recent case in the cambridge ma area.
SOP newswireFirst Mexican Law Enforcement Officials Graduate - On September 7, 2006, DEA completed its first ever clandestine methamphetamine laboratory safety training class for Mexican law enforcement officers conducted at the DEA Training Academy in Quantico, VA. Forty-nine officers from the Mexican-based Federal Preventive Police (PFP) and 6 prosecutors from the Federal Organized
SOP newswireMS-13 Gang Member Convicted of Kidnapping Virginia Beach Woman - R. Alexander Acosta, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, and Jonathan I. Solomon, Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Miami Field Office, announced today that a Miami jury returned a guilty verdict against defendant Victor Calles on charges of kidnapping, in violation of Title 18, United States Code,
SOP newswireCASE OF THE CODED CLUES Stories From the FBI Laboratory - In jail awaiting trial for the abduction and murder of 11-year-old Carlie Brucia in 2004, Joseph P. Smith wrote an enciphered message to his brother. In it, Smith replaced letters of the alphabet with a series of one- or two-character combinations of numbers and symbols. He also wrote the message from right to left, starting at the bottom of the page and working his way up.
SOP newswireTwo Newark Police Officers Plead Guilty To Drug Charges - (Newark, NJ) – GERARD P. McALEER, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration, New Jersey Division and CHRISTOPHER J. CHRISTIE the United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey, announced that two Newark police officers pleaded guilty today to drug conspiracy charges for obtaining dozens of prescriptions for the drug OxyContin, filling the prescriptions and then
SOP newswireTechnology Enhancements to Fingerprint Databases Increase Information to Federal, State and Local Partners - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today technology enhancements to DHS and Department of Justice"s fingerprint databases that will further improve access and information sharing among immigration and law enforcement officials. The changes set the
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