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Frederick Moore III of Maine argued for tribal fishing rights.
Decades of studies indicate eyewitnesses are correct only about half of the time.
His former group is suspected of following through on 2011 death threats against him.
The deaths occur as lawmakers scramble to create regulations for pot-infused snacks.
Scientists are watching the area intensely since such plate destabilization raises the risk of a more devastating temblor.
The revolver reportedly was carried by Earp during the famous shootout.
Only North Dakota has a lower unemployment rate than Vermont.
Meanwhile, his good friend Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg calls the decision a landmark because it allowed the media to freely report on the civil rights struggle across the South.
Van Vlahakis’s life story is one of rags to riches with an ecology-conscious twist.
Victims of bullies suffer decades later from higher levels of depression, anxiety and suicide.
Bryant University asks students to refrain from photography on the graduation stage.
The couple, who lived lavishly and presented themselves as royalty, are accused of welfare fraud.
Ukraine’s premier says that parliament is poised to grant amnesty if the protesters stand down.
Crashes in Vassalboro and Waldoboro occur Friday afternoon.
The Sherpa guides had gone early in the morning to fix ropes for other climbers when the avalanche hit them.
J. Scott Moody will lead a group that helps states develop budgets.
‘The ship has listed a lot. Can’t move. Please come quickly.’
Organizers say it will include workshops, vendors, performances and a smoking tent outside the facility for qualified users.
His entire five-year prison sentence was suspended for 12 years of probation.