Breaking News Headlines: FBI Director: Drones 'seldom' Used for Domestic Surveillance

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Breaking News Headlines: FBI Director: Drones 'seldom' Used for Domestic Surveillance

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FBI director Robert Mueller said that the nation's top law enforcement bureau uses drones to conduct surveillance on U.S. soil, though only on a "very, very minimal basis."Mueller, the FBI director since 2001 who is set to retire this year, acknowledged that his agency uses drones in its investigative and law enforcement practices, and is further working to establish better guidelines for the use of drones. Fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana were given a suspended jail sentence of one year and 8 months Wednesday after being found guilty of hiding $1.3 billion in income from tax authorities.The men were convicted by a court in Milan but given a suspended sentence, which means they will avoid prison as long as they commit no other crimes for five years. Michelle Obama and her daughters threaded roses through the narrow slots of a Berlin Wall memorial, honoring those who died trying to cross the Cold War barrier at a site which holds special poignancy in the once divided city.

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