U.S. Attorney David Hickton
Fifteen Chinese nationals — almost all in their 20s — have been indicted by a Pittsburgh grand jury for using fake Chinese passports and hired test-takers to take SATs and other standardized exams in order to gain admission to American universities.
The top federal prosecutor in Pittsburgh has been picked to co-chair a national Heroin Task Force as the city and its suburbs respond to 12 overdoses that killed two people this week.
A Russian computer hacker is accused of leading a worldwide conspiracy that targeted hundreds of thousands of computers with malware that enabled his group to steal more than $100 million from business and other bank accounts.
A dozen people are charged in an alleged prescription drug ring.
The former East Washington Police Chief was sentenced to 11 years in prison Friday on corruption charges.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee says he’s 99.9 percent sure it was Iran who engaged in cyber security attacks on PNC Bank and other financial institutions.
Many communities across the nation marked Saturday as a day of prayer for the Sikh faith following last weekend’s deadly shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.
Emerson Begolly changed his plea to guilty and admitted to soliciting people on the internet to produce car bombs, cause train derailments, cut power lines, attack police stations and attack Jewish schools.
The United States Attorney’s Office has indicted 38 people in three different drug trafficking conspiracies throughout the area.