Articles by Larry Neumeister



Femme Fatale Suspect Wants to Stay in U.S.

  • 05 July 10
  • Associated Press
The Russian diplomat's daughter accused of being a spy is "embarrassed" by photos of her that have turned up in media reports and fears that she will be deported, her lawyer said.
                    

Slavery Lives On in the U.S., Underground and Unnoticed

  • 22 August 06
  • The Associated Press
Raids that uncovered more than 70 suspected Korean sex slaves focused on 20 brothels in the eastern United States, but they illustrated a long-ignored national problem found in towns large and small, experts say.

Revealing Myskina Photos Permitted

  • 21 July 05
  • The Associated Press
A Russian tennis star cannot stop a photographer from distributing topless pictures taken of her during a magazine photo session three years ago, a federal judge has ruled.

U.S. Attorney Indicts Mobsters Over Murder of Russian Boxer

Former Employee Charged In Bank of New York Probe

Porn Star Focus of Insider Trading Case

Charges Filed in Bank of New York Case

Nasdaq Ruling Allows Wiretaps

Explosive Traces Found on Jet Wing

10 Moslems Sentenced for Bomb Plot

Trial Begins For Sheik, Followers

Trade Center Bombers Get 240 Years in Jail