Chief Investigative Correspondent, ABC News
ABC News Chief Investigative Correspondent
abcnews.go.com — Just over a month after Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed during a standoff with police, investigators said they have begun to piece together a picture of what he did during a six-month visit last year to Dagestan, a volatile region in southern Russia that is home to Tsarneav's parents as well as a violent struggle with Islamist insurgency.
abcnews.go.com — It took just hours for England's Prime Minister to say a gruesome knife and cleaver attack on a serviceman in London was likely an act of terrorism. In the U.S., more than three years since a much deadlier domestic attack on American troops -- the 2009 Fort Hood massacre that claimed 13 lives,...
abcnews.go.com — Dear ABC News Fixer: In March 2012, I applied for the consolidation to move $24,198 federal loans at ACS in with others that FedLoan Servicing already had. However, instead of just $24,198 in additional loans showing up, somehow an extra $68,405 was added to my account...
abcnews.go.com — (John Bazemore/AP Photo) Four days before the nation's veterans make their way down their hometown streets in a flurry of star spangled confetti for Memorial Day, a bill to protect war heroes from impostors is making its way to the White House for President Obama's signature.
abcnews.go.com — An Orlando man being questioned in by the FBI about his relationship with the accused Boston bombers was shot and killed Tuesday night by an federal agent who felt threatened, a law enforcement official told ABC News.
abcnews.go.com — Among the many unanswered questions about the two Tsarnaev brothers accused of the Boston Marathon bombing is why, days after the attack, they were heading to the suburb of Watertown and its manicured lawns and tulips when police picked up their trail and began a chase.
abcnews.go.com — The former Chechen rebel who said his home was searched by the FBI in connection to the Boston Marathon bombing investigation said in a letter today he has "nothing to do with the terrible act in Boston."
abcnews.go.com — (Courtesy Combat Flip Flops) A member of the elite team that killed Osama bin Laden donated a knife he carried on the historic raid to a charity auction recently, raising $35,400 for the family of another Navy SEAL who perished in a training accident in March.
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