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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, seen shortly after his capture during a 2003 raid in Pakistan, is accused of masterminding the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people.
Water was sold out at a grocery store in North Miami, Fla., on Friday as residents heeded warnings to stockpile a week's worth of food and supplies before Hurricane Dorian arrives on Monday.
Montana's Cascade County District Judge Greg Pinksi on Friday handed down harsh punishments for Ryan Patrick Morris and Troy Allan Nelson, who both fabricated stories about serving in the military to get more lenient sentences.
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Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski, was charged Tuesday with stealing closely guarded secrets before he signed on with Uber, which was scrambling to catch up in the high-stakes race to build robotic vehicles.
In the past, lethal weapons were considered "inappropriate" on church grounds; a new change in policy says they are now prohibited. They are acceptable only when carried by law enforcement.
Pia Klemp has refused to accept a medal for bravery from Paris' mayor, saying, "We do not need authorities deciding about who is a 'hero' and who is 'illegal.' "
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A Court of Appeals ruled that "the odor of marijuana coupled with possession of what is clearly less than ten grams ... does not grant officers probable cause" to search and arrest a person.
Pedro Pierluisi, sworn in as Puerto Rico's governor last week, was ordered by the island's Supreme Court to resign as governor, despite his swearing-in last Friday.
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