James "Whitey" Bulger, the notorious Boston mobster accused of murdering 19 people, is in custody in California after an epic 16-year manhunt that turned him into a global sensation.The FBI finally caught up with the 81-year-old Bulger on Wednesday at a residence in Santa Monica, Calif.
The FBI and Chicago area police are turning their attention back to the unsolved 1982 Tylenol killings. The crimes left seven people in and around Chicago dead after the victims unknowingly took Tylenol poisoned with potassium cyanide.
The FBI is serving more Chicago-area Palestine solidarity activists with subpoenas to appear before a grand jury. Maureen Murphy, 28, said she received a subpoena from two FBI agents at her North Side home Tuesday morning.