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Soldier who says she was unjustly arrested as AWOL released from jail

An Army reservist says she was wrongfully arrested for being absent without leave by armed officers who stormed her home at gunpoint while her children watched in panic. Sgt. 1st…

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George Santos may pose ‘espionage threat’ due to murky background, intelligence expert warns

A longtime Pentagon official warned Wednesday that Rep.-elect George Santos (R-Nassau) poses an unprecedented challenge to national security given his recent admitted lying about…

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5 questions NY’s cannabis industry faces in 2023

In the last 12 months, New York has taken steps in rolling out its legal cannabis industry, and though it’s made progress, there are still outstanding questions. Not every…

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Federal corruption cases challenged by law interpretations

Dec. 28, 2022 – A December decision by a federal judge to dismiss a handful of corruption charges against former Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin is the latest example of the narrow…

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North Texas Army reservist who was arrested as AWOL released after two weeks confinement

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas — An Army reservist, arrested on Dec. 1, is back home with her family after spending two weeks in custody while the Army investigates the AWOL charge. The…

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Army veteran, accused of going AWOL, released from jail 2 weeks after arrest

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – On Dec. 14, Sergeant First Class Shantaya Williams arrived back home after she was released from custody following 14 days in jail. The…

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Social Security continued to send money after Jordan Brooks died despite documentation

Lisa Waldron, the mother accused of murdering her son Jordan Brooks as he battled cerebral palsy, is now facing federal charges for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in…

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Cannabis industry continues to face questions in New York

New York’s retail cannabis industry is still in its infancy, but regulators are already making changes that are meant to enable home delivery. At the same time, lawmakers…

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‘A way to expedite’: New regulations in NYS to jumpstart retail cannabis

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The New York State Office of Cannabis Management released new regulations for those looking to jumpstart a cannabis operation. The board is now allowing…

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NY prepares for cannabis deliveries

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)— Given the large amount of cannabis that has grown in New York State, approximately 300,000 pounds of it, the Office of Cannabis Management is allowing…

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