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WASHINGTON — An Army laboratory in Utah inadvertently shipped at least one live sample of anthrax to a lab in Maryland, prompting an ongoing effort to recover others from the same batch that were sent to facilities in eight other states and a military base in South Korea, Pentagon officials said Thursday.
In a climactic political showdown, Nebraska’s lawmakers overrode a veto and banned the death penalty Wednesday.
FORT BRAGG, N.C. — Jovano Graves’ parents begged him not to join the Army right out of high school in 2003, when U.S. troops were fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
MILWAUKEE—An Appleton man convicted of selling synthetic marijuana provided federal authorities with key information that led to the arrest of a Chinese man believed to own one of the world’s largest makers of illegal synthetic drugs, court records show.
WASHINGTON — So far, relatively few people have seen the winning Prophet Muhammad cartoon from the Texas contest that provoked an attack by would-be jihadists this month.
ARIVACA, Ariz. — Demonstrations unfolded Wednesday at six Arizona border checkpoints, where protesters complained that the Border Patrol has turned their hometowns into intimidating militarized zones, among other border control issues that threaten the quality of their lives.
PITTSBURGH — They are present in soil, water and air, and exist in products used daily at home, at work and in our vehicles. So it’s no surprise that many end up in our bodies.
CHICAGO — The owner of a dog that mauled a 5-year-old boy to death has been issued two citations, but no criminal charges have been filed.
MIAMI — With the 10th anniversary of one of the worst storms to ever hit U.S. shores approaching, federal forecasters on Wednesday warily predicted a slow hurricane season for 2015 but also cautioned coastal residents to be ready.