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RCMP say they couldn't prevent Quebec attack on soldiers
The RCMP say there was little they could have done to prevent Martin Couture-Rouleau from targeting two soldiers in Quebec, despite their monitoring of his activities, his recent arrest, and subsequent attempts to de-radicalize him.
Bodies of 7 women found in northwest Indiana
The bodies of seven women have now been found in northwestern Indiana after a man confessed to killing one woman who was found strangled at a motel and leading investigators to least three other bodies, authorities said Monday.
Woman Sent To Jail For Overgrown Yard
An East Tennessee woman who fell behind in her yard work was sent to jail for not complying with city regulations regarding the maintenance of her overgrown lawn.
Thomas Eric Duncan's family eyes Ebola lawsuit
The family of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan are venting their outrage that the late Liberian may not have received the same quality of care leading up to his death Wednesday morning as the other patients treated in the U.S. for the dreaded virus.
Lori Douglas no longer faces allegations of sexual harassment
A senior Manitoba judge whose husband posted nude photographs of her on the Internet without telling her will no longer have to defend herself against sexual harassment allegations as part of a bitter fight to keep her job, The Canadian Press has learned.
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