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…

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