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By News Desk and Associated Press
Prosecutors said Wednesday that one of the men set fire to a vehicle in Florida outside a residence where one victim was staying and offered to pay another victim $500,000 to keep her from cooperating in Kelly's prosecution.
By Jim Mustian, Associated Press
Some Republicans point to a virulent backlash against Trump that they say has gone beyond the bounds of moderate political dissent and — subtly or not — advocates violence.
By Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press
In an email to employees, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said USDA is closing the offices "due to the serious nature of these threats." He did not characterize the threats, but asked employees to be aware of their surroundings and report…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Deputy Secretary Carter: Future Defense Spending Must be "Driven By Strategy"…
Deputy Defense Secretary on Budget Cuts, Sexual Assaults…
In other news Thursday, at least 33 people were killed in Baghdad, amid a surge of sectarian violence between minority Shiite and majority Sunni populations. The car bombs that exploded in Iraq's capital are part of the country's worst outbreak…
Pakistan Prepares for Historic Vote Amid Threats of Violence From the Taliban…
Is the latest rhetoric from North Korea brinkmanship or does it reflect the communist state's ability to mount an attack? Judy Woodruff talks to two former Korea intelligence analysts -- Robert Carlin of Stanford University and Bruce Klingner of the…
"The government officials came into my home, wanted to beat my family to death," Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng said Thursday, indicating he now wants to leave China. Ray Suarez discussed the fast-moving saga of the blind activist with the AP's…
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