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Death of soldier facing sentencing for child sex crime under investigation; victim’s family expresses outrage

FORT DRUM — The death of a soldier the day before his sentencing for child sex crimes is under investigation by the Army, and has left the victim’s family frustrated about…

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Dispute Between Education Department and Union May Be Unique

Dispute Between Education Department and Union May Be Unique By Louis C. LaBrecque `Ominous’ that federal agency is unilaterally implementing new labor contract, attorney says…

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BLJ: Long road faces veterans seeking aid

 SPECIAL REPORT: Workers’ Comp/Social Security For some veterans, accessing benefits to which they are entitled can be a difficult process. Aside from lots of paperwork and…

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What Andrew McCabe Stands to Lose if He’s Fired From FBI

Getting fired right before you collect your full retirement benefit would be a nightmare for most people. For former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, it’s inching closer to…

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Trump pardons Navy submariner whose case he often compared to Hillary Clinton

WASHINGTON — President Trump pardoned a Navy sailor Friday for his crime of mishandling classified information — a case Trump has compared to election rival Hillary…

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Whose Term Is It Anyway? Appeals Board Pick Perplexes

The fine print in the president’s announcement that he’s appointing Andrew Maunz to the Merit Systems Protection Board is causing some head scratching. Would Maunz be joining…

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Trump Wants Kirk to Steer Federal Worker Appeals Board

Trump Wants Kirk to Steer Federal Worker Appeals Board • Mystery solved: Current member won’t remain on Merit Systems Protection Board • New nominee’s experience as…

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Investigations continue into multiple threats made against local schools

News10NBC’s Stephanie Robusto contacted local school districts to see if they’re getting more threats. They say there are no concrete numbers. What is clear —…

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Changes to cash bail system proposed in New York

ALBANY, N.Y. (WTEN-TV) – – According to New York Senate Democrats, thousands of New Yorkers are sitting in jail simply because they do not have the money to post bail.…

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