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Talladega Mayor Larry Burton was attacked after pulling up to the barber shop where he cuts hair. He spent several days in the hospital because of his injuries.
August 12, 2015 A man who once co-hosted a TV show with Talladega, Ala., Mayor Larry Barton has been arrested for attacking him. A divorce lawyer says the dispute centers on a video that includes the man's wife.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie leaves the Fort Lee, N.J., City Hall on Jan. 9.
February 3, 2014 The comments are Christie's first since the Jan. 9 news conference in which said he was "embarrassed and humiliated" that his aides punished the mayor of Fort Lee by closing lanes that lead to the George Washington Bridge. Christie reiterated that he knew nothing about the lane closures.
The launch-key mechanism at the deactivated Delta Nine Launch Facility near Wall, S.D., in 2002.
January 30, 2014 The scope of the scandal has grown sharply. Now, nearly 20 percent of the 500 officers in the nuclear weapons corps are implicated. The secretary of the Air Force says there are "systemic problems" in a command that has control over nuclear missiles.
An intercontinental ballistic missile in its silo at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana.
Airman John Parie/U.S. Air Force
January 16, 2014 An investigation into alleged drug use by officers led to evidence that some had also been sharing answers to proficiency exams, the Air Force says. The 34 who allegedly were involved have been suspended. It's the latest in a string of scandals for the nuclear missile launch command.
January 9, 2014 The New Jersey governor and potential 2016 GOP presidential contender says he was lied to by a top aide, whom he now has fired, about a dirty trick. Aides sought to punish a Democratic mayor by causing traffic problems in his city. Christie reportedly visited the mayor Thursday afternoon.
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Anthony Weiner during an appearance Tuesday in which he admitted that he had continued to "sext" after resigning from Congress in 2011.
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July 24, 2013 In high-profile interviews published in 2012 and earlier this year, the former congressman spoke of the "sexting" that led to his 2011 resignation from Congress as being in the past. Tuesday, he admitted that the behavior continued at least well into 2012.
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