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Law snuffs out mailing smokes to deployed troops

Military care packages with cigarettes go up in smoke after new smuggling law takes effect Family and friends have suddenly found themselves blocked from shipping cigarettes and other tobacco products to American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq because of a new law meant to hamper smuggling and underage sales through…

Paris police: Tear gas in letter for US Embassy

Two men who work for the U.S. Embassy in Paris underwent medical tests after handling a suspicious letter Friday, the embassy said, and Paris police said it appeared they had been exposed to tear gas fumes. Mailroom employees identified a suspicious letter and the embassy alerted French authorities, Embassy spokesman…

Postal Service pot seizures up over 400 pct. since 2007: report

The United States Postal Inspection Service has been pretty busy lately. That’s because shipments of marijuana being seized in the mail have dramatically escalated in recent years, up over 400 percent since 2007, according to a new report. There is no better way to ship drugs right now,” said San…

Maddow to Beck: ‘I didn’t lie’ so ‘back off’

MSNBC host claims hate mail from Beck fans “most likely to contain death threats” The feud between MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and Glenn Beck over whether the Fox News Channel host ever claimed that snowstorms disprove global warming continues to escalate. It began when Bill Nye “the Science Guy” told Maddow…

Alabama professor charged in killings was suspect in attempted bombing of Harvard professor

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — A woman biology professor accused of murdering three University of Alabama colleagues after she had been denied a promotion was in US police custody Sunday, as a new report emerged about a fatal shooting in her past. “Authorities have said the suspect in a fatal shooting spree…

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