November 8, 2012 -- The Department of Justice, the FBI, and the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) remind the public there is a potential for disaster fraud in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Suspected fraudulent activity pertaining to relief efforts should be reported to the toll-free NCDF hotline at 866-720-5721. The hotline is staffed by a live operator 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for the purpose of reporting suspected scams being perpetrated by criminals in the aftermath of disasters.
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- Occupy activists breathe new life into May Day (The Nation)
- Why you should be worried about the California mad cow case (Mother Jones)
- Number of painkiller addicted newborns soars (USA Today)
- New world trade center surpasses Empire State Building (CBS News)
- Why is safety a divisive issue for nuclear regulatory commission? (Los Angeles Times)
- Wind farms warming earth in Texas: Turbines mixing air at night could affect local climate and farming (Discovery)
- CMS: Obama healthcare law has saved seniors $34 billion on prescription drugs (The Hill)
- Romney: Osama hit was easy call (The Hill)
- Mexico passes crime victims’ law (BBC)
- 2-horse race in final stretch for Egypt presidency (Reuters)
- Ugandan army says Sudan is backingJoseph Kony’s LRA (BBC)
- Tokyo soil samples would be considered nuclear waste in U.S. (Fairewinds)
- Transcript: Obama hails 'light of a new day' in Afghanistan
July 28, 2010 (East San Diego) -- On July 25, 2010, at approximately 11:31 p.m., a young man was found lying in the eastbound lanes of 6800 Imperial Avenue near 69th Street in the Encanto area. Suffering from stab wounds, he died later that evening. His identity is not known.
The victim is white, 18-20 years-old, 5 feet 10 inches tall, 130 lbs., with brown hair and blue eyes. His left upper arm has a tattoo of a religious cross with “est. 1991” above the cross.
June 16, 2010 (Sacramento) – AB 2674, a bill authored by Assemblyman Marty Block (D-Lemon Grove) has passed the Senate Judiciary Committee on the consent calendar and will now go to the full Senate for a floor vote.