Police departments and federal agents are already expressing interest in a new drug-detecting vehicle whose use could spark a legal battle that ultimately reaches the US Supreme Court.
Patent No. 9095554 could be the opening salvo in a new series of legal battles over innovations in cannabis breeding, sparking a potential gold rush for pot patents.
Coming ahead of parliamentary elections in September, the move may signal growing anxiety in the Kremlin about the potential for civil unrest as a collapse in oil prices pushes millions of Russians into poverty.
Roberto Craciunica is accused of selling badges and credentials that were involved in a string of arrests of individuals carrying real weapons while impersonating federal US officials.
The Hermit Kingdom produced counterfeit "supernotes" that the US Secret Service said were the best in the world. But it appears to have significantly scaled back its operations — or maybe even stopped altogether.
Monica Velsaco allegedly helped manage her family’s criminal ring, which prosecutors say smuggled “huge quantities” of marijuana into the US, kidnapped victims for ransom, and ripped off rival traffickers to sell their stolen drugs.
Hillary Clinton Was Warned of Possible Terror Attacks in Latin America by Confidant Sidney Blumenthal
The communication was among 550 emails released on Saturday by the State Department, which was ordered by a federal judge to release the documents following a lawsuit by VICE News.
The US Defense Department is pouring money into an extraterrestrial arms race at a time when China and Russia are increasingly asserting themselves in space.
The judge said Tuesday that the State Department must also better explain how it managed to miss the original January deadline he'd set last year.
A new global alliance to revive oil markets would mark a fundamental shift in the global politics of oil, bringing Russia into unfamiliar alignment with the 13-member Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries in a bid to support falling prices.