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April 11, 2004 | Craig Unger
When the 9/11 commission resumes its hearings Tuesday, it will be fascinating to see whether it addresses what may be the most serious security failure related to the attacks: the evacuation of about 140 Saudis almost immediately after 9/11. Think about it: U.S. intelligence knew that 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi. Analysts also knew that Saudi money was a major force behind Al Qaeda. And, of course, Osama bin Laden, the perpetrator of the worst crime on American soil, was Saudi.
June 9, 2009 | Associated Press
FBI Director Robert Mueller says his agency will continue to use informants inside American mosques despite complaints from Muslim organizations. Mueller told reporters Monday in Los Angeles that investigations in places of worship will be respectful of 1st Amendment rights but will continue if warranted by evidence of possible wrongdoing. A Muslim organization has asked the Justice Department to investigate complaints that the FBI is asking followers of the faith to spy on Islamic leaders.
January 19, 2000 | S. IRENE VIRBILA
This wine, from Mueller's plot called Ranch 23, is an elegant, polished, delicately etched Pinot with a sweet, pretty nose and a lovely lacy quality. It leaves a whisper of flavor behind that's intriguing enough to entice you back to the glass again and again. About $24. Available at Beverage Warehouse, Marina del Rey, (310) 306-2822; Dome Liquors, Fullerton, (714) 524-0800; Hi-Time Wine Cellars, Costa Mesa, (949) 650-8463; and The Wine Exchange, Orange, (714) 974-1454.
January 20, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
FBI Director Robert Mueller arrived in Cairo for talks with Egyptian officials expected to focus on security issues, official sources said. Egyptian sources said Mueller would discuss "means of strengthening ties between Egypt and the United States, particularly in the fields of security and surveillance." "The FBI director is on a regional tour and is here to get to know his Egyptian counterparts. . . . Some of the investigations into Sept. 11 involve Egyptians," a U.S. Embassy official said.
September 17, 2009 | Times Wire Reports
The number of mortgage fraud cases under investigation by the FBI has risen about 63% since last year, according to bureau Director Robert S. Mueller III. There were more than 2,600 cases pending as of July 31, up from about 1,600 cases in fiscal 2008, Mueller told the Senate Judiciary Committee. Most of the cases involved losses of more than $1 million, he said.
September 20, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales told a Senate panel that Congress should require Internet providers to preserve customer records so prosecutors could use them to fight child pornography. Gonzales and FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III this summer met with several Internet providers, including Time Warner Inc.'s AOL, Comcast Corp., Google Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Verizon Communications Inc.
May 24, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
Commercial jets began flying this weekend from the $585-million Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, the first new major airport in the U.S. since Denver International opened four years ago. The airport is part of Austin's plan to support its burgeoning high-technology industry and attract businesses to the region. The city is home to 1,200 high-tech companies; the headquarters of Dell Computer Corp., the biggest direct seller of personal computers, is in nearby Round Rock.
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