A Massachusetts teenager was arrested on Friday on charges he stole two high-powered rifles from an unmarked FBI vehicle outside an agent's home, police said. The rifles were returned to police in Andover, a town about 25 miles north of Boston on Friday morning, two days after they were taken from the vehicle, which is used by a Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) unit. The FBI on Thursday had announced a $20,000 reward for the return of the rifles - a Colt M16-A1 and an HS Precision Pro-Series 2000 sniper rifle. The FBI said also said there was an internal investigation into whether the weapons were properly stored by the agent in the vehicle.
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Pushing his case for how to increase jobs, President Barack Obama headed to the Gulf Coast where he was to use the backdrop of the Port of New Orleans to press for more government spending on infrastructure projects that can have ripple effects on employment.
SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle School Board has voted to pay $700,000 to settle a lawsuit from the family of a girl who was sexually assaulted at Roosevelt High School by a registered sex offender. School board member Michael DeBell told KIRO the board settled to prevent the case from go