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The FBI's 10 Most Wanted as of October 9, 2019.

These are the fugitives on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list — and how they got there

The FBI's 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list constantly changes. Individuals come and go as they're captured. Here are the 10 who are now on the list.
To use Hound Labs' device, someone blows into it for roughly a minute. Then, the device returns a positive or negative result for the presence of THC.

The startup behind the world’s first marijuana breathalyzer just raised a fresh $30 million and offered a glimpse at how the device works

The marijuana breathalyzer could help distinguish between people who've used cannabis legally in the past and people who are currently high.

Singapore is the 11th most-surveilled city in the world – but it doesn’t even come close to China: Report

There are an estimated 15.25 cameras per 1,000 people in Singapore - a far cry from Chongqing's 168.03 cameras per 1,000 people.

TV’s longest-running dramas, ranked

"Grey's Anatomy" was just renewed for its landmark 16th and 17th seasons — here are the other longest-running dramas on TV.
Timothée Chalamet on "Law & Order."

Timothée Chalamet’s first acting role was on ‘Law & Order’ — and Ellen DeGeneres dug up the video

Timothee Chalamet is known for his notable roles in movies like "Call Me by Your Name" and "Lady Bird," but the actor got his start on the NBC's crime drama.
"Law & Order" has has six spin-offs.

RANKED: All of the ‘Law & Order’ spin-offs

"Law & Order" is the show that just doesn't quit. There have been six spin-offs, and we ranked them from best to worst.
Wu Xiaohui, Chairman of Anbang

Former boss of Anbang Insurance Group sentenced to 18 years in prison for fraud

Anbang, which has links to the Chinese government, owns the famed Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. Anbang also negotiated a $4 billion property deal with Jared Kushner's family-owned company.

How former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio became the most hated lawman in America

President Donald Trump pardoned ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio after he was convicted of violating a federal court order. Here's how Arpaio got to be so notorious.

How my Polaroids of the September 11 attacks led me into America’s secret court system for terrorist suspects

Twelve years ago, the terrorist attacks of September 11 led me to report on how the US set up a secret court to deal with Muslim immigrants after 9/11.