CBS affiliate KHOU is reporting that officials with the Drug Enforcement Administration were at Dr. Conrad Murray's clinic in north Houston. Video showed two Houston police officers guarding the front door.
Murray was Michael Jackson's personal physician, and was with Jackson when he died. Murray, who is based in Las Vegas and is licensed in California, Nevada and Texas, has been interviewed by police but he has not been considered a suspect in the singer's death.
A former fugitive on the FBI's Most Wanted list, Jeffs was arrested in August 2006 during a traffic stop near Las Vegas. While in a southern Utah jail awaiting trial, he suffered from depression, dropped as much as 30 pounds and was hospitalized after an attempted suicide in January 2007.
Jeffs is the head of the Utah-based Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He is jailed awaiting trial on charges related to alleged underage marriages involving sect girls.
Sensitive or confidential information that is now freely available on file-sharing networks include a safe house location for the First Family, information about the electronics on the President's helicopter, financial information for Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, social security numbers and family information for every master sergeant in the Army, classified FBI files, including surveillance photos of an alleged Mafia hit man, and the medical records of some 24,000 patients of a Texas hospital.
That's according to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
NEW YORK(CBS/AP) Guido Felix Brinkmann survived Hitler's death camps, but could not survive the brutal attack of a Bronx woman, who, police now say, bound, robbed, and murdered the 89-year-old in his Upper East Side Manhattan apartment.
Angela Murray, 30, was charged with murder and robbery. Police are still looking for her alleged male accomplice.
Cameron Brown, 47, was charged with one count of murder and the special circumstance allegations of murder while lying in wait and murder for financial gain in the death of Lauren Sarene Key in November 2000. Brown, a former American Airlines baggage handler, has pleaded not guilty and faces life in prison without parole if convicted.
Deputy District Attorney Craig Hum said during his opening statement that Brown killed Lauren because he didn't want to pay about $1,000 a month in child support.
The Fayetteville Observer reports that Fairmont Middle School principal James Hunt hopes his new site will generate tips and lead to an arrest. Hunt was attacked April 9 by someone who drove beside his vehicle and fired a shotgun.
Hunt drove to a hospital and then spent several weeks in the Duke University Medical Center after reconstructive surgery for severe facial injuries. The former Marine and his family have been living in a Durham hotel under a fictitious name.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (CBS/AP) A woman who called 911 to report a possible break-in at the home of black Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. did not identify the men she saw as black, according to a 911 tape released by Cambridge police Monday after more than a week of controversy over Gates' arrest on a disorderly conduct charge on July 16.
The caller, Lucia Whalen, says she saw two men pushing on the door of the house. She tells police she is not sure if the men live there or not. When pressed for a description by a dispatcher, she says one of the men may have been Hispanic.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Supporters say the white policeman who arrested renowned black scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. in his home is a principled police officer and family man who is being unfairly described as racist.
Friends and fellow officers - black and white - say Sgt. James Crowley, who was chosen by a black police commissioner to teach recruits about avoiding racial profiling, is calm and reliable.
Multiple media outlets reported that Joseph Carnevale was sentenced Tuesday to 50 hours of community service for taking the traffic barrels from roadside construction near the North Carolina State University campus in May.
Carnevale was arrested June 10 and charged with larceny and destruction of property for reassembling the barrels into a 10-foot monster. Community and online fans from all over the world pledegd their support for Carnevale and urged that the charges be dropped.