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Judge Ruled Seattle Can’t Release Info About FBI Cameras
SEATTLE (AP) — A federal judge has barred Seattle from releasing information about surveillance cameras the FBI has placed in the city. Seattle had planned to release information about the cameras under a public records request, but the FBI said that would jeopardize its ability to conduct investigations and that the city had already promised not to disclose it...
Widow of Slain Oregon Standoff Leader Carries on His Mission
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Leaders of an armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon were driving to a public meeting a year ago when they were intercepted by police. One of the leaders was shot dead at a roadblock. Now, LaVoy Finicum's widow and their children are planning to hold that meeting later this month in the same town...
FBI No Longer Actively Investigating D.B. Cooper Case
SEATTLE (AP) — The FBI says it's no longer actively investigating the unsolved mystery of 1970's plane hijacker D.B. Cooper. The bureau announced Tuesday that it's "exhaustively reviewed all credible leads" during its 45-year investigation and has redirected those resources to other priorities...
Judge Blocks Seattle From Disclosing FBI Surveillance Info
SEATTLE (AP) — A federal judge on Monday blocked the city of Seattle from releasing information that the FBI said could jeopardize ongoing investigations. U.S. District Judge Richard Jones issued the temporary restraining order after the Justice Department sued the city, seeking to prevent officials from releasing documents about where the FBI has placed six hidden surveillance cameras on utility
FBI Able to Hack iPhone, Without Apple’s Help
WASHINGTON (AP) — In legal circles, it's known as a case being made moot — and that's what's happened with the pitched legal battle between the Obama administration and Apple. The FBI says it has been able to hack into the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters — and was able to do it without Apple's help...

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