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High-Speed Trading Gets Scrutiny Again, This Time From the Feds

Federal investigators are currently probing high-speed-trading firms to see if the outfits are practicing a form of insider trading — that is, making deals based on nonpublic market information. 240 more words

F.B.I. Finds Few Clues on Malaysia Air Pilot’s Flight Simulator

The flight simulator and hard drives that the pilots of Flight 370 had at their homes appear to be a dead end, yielding few clues that shed any light on whether they deliberately diverted the missing jet, according to two people briefed on the investigation. 951 more words

The New Yorker, March 2014 | SACRED AND PROFANE


How not to negotiate with believers.


“A Journey to Waco,” Doyle’s memoir, is an account of what it means to be a religious radical—to worship on the fringes of contemporary Christianity. 961 more words

Louis Freeh

Silk Road Case Began With Hunt for a John Doe

The original three-count indictment in the Silk Road Case was unsealed recently by the United States attorney for Maryland, Rod Rosenstein.

The criminal case against Ross W. 898 more words


Decades Later, No Justice for Kent State Killings

On May 4, 1970, members of the Ohio National Guard fired between 61 and 67 shots into a crowd of unarmed anti-war protestors at Kent State University in Ohio, killing four students and wounding nine others. 551 more words