Greg Krikorian

Reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Reporter covering federal law enforcement and homeland security for the Los Angeles Times

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America's first charge of treason since World War II makes an unlikely connection between al Qaeda and a Republican stronghold in California.

American al Qaeda Member Indicted for Treason

America's first charge of treason since World War II makes an unlikely connection between al Qaeda and a Republican stronghold in California.

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Yesterday, off the coast of Mexico, the US Coast Guard boarded a fishing boat and arrested Javier Arellano Felix, the leader of what US officials call the "most violent…

Head of Mexican Drug Cartel Arrested

Yesterday, off the coast of Mexico, the US Coast Guard boarded a fishing boat and arrested Javier Arellano Felix, the leader of what US officials call the "most violent…

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