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Federal Defender Fonda Kubiak addresses the media following Pascale Ferrier's court appearance, Tuesday, Sept 22, 2020, in Buffalo, N.Y. The Canadian woman accused of mailing a package containing ricin to the White House included a threatening letter in which she told President Donald Trump to “give up and remove your application for this election,” according to court papers filed Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)
Woman pleads not guilty, denied bail over Trump ricin letterA Canadian woman charged with threatening President Donald Trump's life by mailing a package containing ricin has been ordered held without bail
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FILE - In this June 19, 2015, file courtroom sketch, David Wright, second from left, is depicted standing before Magistrate Judge Donald Cabell, left, with attorney Jessica Hedges, second from right, and Nicholas Rovinski, right, during a hearing in federal court in Boston. A man convicted of leading a plot to behead blogger Pamela Geller on behalf of the Islamic State group will serve even longer behind bars after he was sentenced for a second time Monday, Sept. 28, 2020 and ordered to 30 years in prison. David Daoud Wright was originally sentenced to 28 years in prison in 2017 but was ordered to be sentenced again by a different Boston federal court judge after an appeals court last year overturned one of his convictions. (Jane Flavell Collins via AP, File)
Man gets 30 years in 2nd sentencing for beheading plotA man convicted of leading a plot to behead blogger Pamela Geller on behalf of the Islamic State group will serve even longer behind bars after he was sentenced for a second time Monday and ordered to 30 years in prison
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Bill would restrict access to judges' personal informationIn the wake of the fatal shooting of a federal judge's son in New Jersey, bi-partisan legislation seeks to restrict online access to judges' personal information
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New effort seeks to protect Nebraska felon voting rightsThe American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska is sending notices to thousands of felons informing them of their voting rights after learning that the state incorrectly notified an Omaha man that he wasn’t eligible to cast a ballot
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Lone detective indicted by Kentucky grand jury in fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor pleads not guiltyLone detective indicted by Kentucky grand jury in fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor pleads not guilty
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Ohio tells GM to repay tax break after it shut down plantAn Ohio agency says General Motors must repay nearly half of a $60 million tax incentive package because of the automaker’s decision to close its assembly plant near Youngstown
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Florida Men Arrested for 'Dangerous, Stupid' Use of LaserIf two Florida men weren't already aware that flashing a laser at a pilot in flight is a felony in the state, they definitely are now. Police say two men were arrested in two days last week for pointing lasers at the Volusia Sheriff’s Office Air One helicopter, reports the...
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Judge orders Georgia to have paper pollbook backupsA federal judge says every polling place in Georgia must have at least one updated paper backup of the electronic pollbooks that are used to check voters in
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FILE - This undated booking file photo provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office shows 42-year-old Ali Yousif Ahmed Al-Nouri, who was arrested earlier this year in Arizona as part of an extradition request made by the Iraqi government. Ahmed, a native of Iraq who became a U.S. citizen in 2015, is charged with murder in the 2006 shooting deaths of two police officers in Fallujah. A judge on Sept. 21, 2020, ordered Ahmed to be jailed until his extradition hearing has concluded. Ahmed has denied involvement in the killings. (Maricopa County Sheriff's Office via AP, ile)
Judge: Man charged in 2006 Iraq slayings to remain jailedA judge in Arizona has ruled that an Iraqi immigrant arrested on charges of participating in the 2006 killings of two police officers in Iraq will remain jailed until his extradition case concludes
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Hospital company says its computer networks knocked offlineA major hospital chain operating in the U_S_ and Britain says its computer networks have been knocked offline by an unspecified “security issue.”
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Police: Man with machete smears blood on sorority houseA police department on a North Carolina college campus says a man armed with a machete smeared satanic messages in blood on a sorority house and on a vehicle belonging to a student living there
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FILE - Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch speaks at Georgetown University in Washington, on Feb. 12, 2020. Yovanovitch, who was forced out of her job last year by the Trump administration, is being honored by PEN America. The literary and human rights organization announced Monday, Sept. 28, that Yovanovitch has won the PEN/Benenson Courage Award. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
Former US Ambassador to Ukraine to be honored by PEN AmericaMarie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine who was forced out of her job last year by the Trump administration, is being honored by PEN America
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