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Another suspect arrested in kidnapping of N.C. prosecutor's father

ATLANTA (Reuters) - Authorities have arrested another suspect in the gang-related abduction of a North Carolina prosecutor's father. Quantavious Thompson was taken into custody late on Wednesday in Atlanta, the FBI said in a statement. He made an initial court appearance on Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Atlanta.

FBI handled info on Boston bomber 'appropriately'

The FBI acted "appropriately" when furnished three years ago with information from Russia about the Chechen man who carried out last year's Boston Marathon bombing, the agency's director said Friday. News reports this week said an inspector general's report suggested US law enforcement might have done more to thwart the April 15, 2013 bomb attacks that killed three people and injured about 260 others.

FBI adds 'Family Annihilator' to 10 most wanted list decades after crime

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The FBI added a man known as the "Family Annihilator" to its top 10 most wanted list on Thursday, nearly four decades after the brutal murders of his wife, mother and three sons in Maryland. The former U.S. Department of State employee, William Bradford Bishop Jr., has been on the run since 1976 and could be hiding in plain sight, the FBI said. The agency added Bishop to its 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, hoping the extra publicity will bring about his capture.

FBI adds 1976 'family annihilator' to Most Wanted list

The FBI on Thursday added a former US State Department employee who allegedly bludgeoned his family to death with a hammer 38 years ago to its Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. Investigators say William Bradford Bishop, Jr. brutally murdered his wife, mother and three sons aged 5, 10 and 14 at their home in Bethesda, Maryland, near Washington on March 1, 1976. Dubbing him a "family annihilator," they say he was last seen a day later further south in North Carolina, where he is believed to have buried his victims' remains in a shallow grave and set them on fire.

FBI adds 1976 'family annihilator' to Most Wanted list

The FBI on Thursday added a former US State Department employee who allegedly bludgeoned his family to death with a hammer 38 years ago to its Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. Investigators say William Bradford Bishop, Jr. brutally murdered his wife, mother and three sons aged 5, 10 and 14 at their home in Bethesda, Maryland, near Washington on March 1, 1976. Dubbing him a "family annihilator," they say he was last seen a day later further south in North Carolina, where he is believed to have buried his victims' remains in a shallow grave and set them on fire.

Military secrets leaked from state-run defense agency: lawmaker

SEOUL, April 10 (Yonhap) -- Large amounts of military intelligence have been leaked from a state-run defense agency after its computer networks came under attack from suspected Chinese and North Korean hackers, an opposition lawmaker claimed Thursday. The hackers stole classified information by planting malicious codes and programs into the computer networks of the state-run Agency for Defense Development (ADD), Rep. Kim Young-joo of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy said in a press release.

Moroccan man arrested in Connecticut after school bomb plotofficials

(Reuters) - A Moroccan man who entered the United States as an exchange student six years ago is facing criminal charges after planning to use a remote-controlled plane to bomb a U.S. university and a federal building in Connecticut, officials said on Tuesday.

Canadian eavesdropping agency fretted about staff safety following U.S. leaks

OTTAWA - Canada's secret eavesdropping agency feared for the personal safety of staff following the leak of sensitive intelligence by a former U.S. spy contractor, newly declassified memos show. The Ottawa-based Communications Security Establishment combed through personnel files to assess risks to employees whose name, agency affiliation or specific duties may have been disclosed by Edward Snowden, says an internal note from the head of the spy service.

Canadian eavesdropping agency fretted about staff safety following U.S. leaks

OTTAWA - Canada's secret eavesdropping agency feared for the personal safety of staff following the leak of sensitive intelligence by a former U.S. spy contractor, newly declassified memos show. The Ottawa-based Communications Security Establishment combed through personnel files to assess risks to employees whose name, agency affiliation or specific duties may have been disclosed by Edward Snowden, says an internal note from the head of the spy service.

Season 2 of "The Americans" serves up more tension and intrigue

Madrid, Apr 1 (EFE).- "The Americans," a period drama about two Soviet spies posing as a middle-class American couple living in the Washington suburbs during the Cold War, is dishing up more tension and intrigue in its second season.
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