Former Bush attorney general Alberto Gonzales rebukes Trump for reportedly seeking to prosecute Clinton, Comey

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Former Bush attorney general Alberto Gonzales rebukes Trump for reportedly seeking to prosecute Clinton, Comey
fbi surveillance - Google News: The FBI is still looking for missing Lumberton teen. Could hunting camera footage help? - Charlotte Observer
What We Know About Cesar Sayoc, The Man Charged In The Suspicious Packages Case - KERA News
Suspicious packages sent to Kamala Harris, Tom Steyer discovered in Burlingame and Sacramento - The Mercury News
FBI asks local deer hunters for help in search for girl - ABC News

Former Bush attorney general Alberto Gonzales rebukes Trump for reportedly seeking to prosecute Clinton, Comey

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Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. (KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS) Felicia Sonmez National reporter on The Washington Post's breaking political news team November 21 at 8:54 AM Former Bush administration attorney general Alberto Gonzales on Wednesday criticized President Trump following a report that Trump sought to prosecute two of his political adversaries, calling it “a very, very serious situation.”
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fbi surveillance - Google News: The FBI is still looking for missing Lumberton teen. Could hunting camera footage help? - Charlotte Observer

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Charlotte Observer The FBI is still looking for missing Lumberton teen. Could hunting camera footage help? Charlotte Observer In addition to any surveillance footage from businesses or homes in Robeson, the FBI is asking for deer camera footage recorded in the county between Nov.
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What We Know About Cesar Sayoc, The Man Charged In The Suspicious Packages Case - KERA News

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Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Four days since suspicious packages addressed to prominent Democrats began showing up around the country, authorities today arrested a 56-year-old man in Florida.
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Suspicious packages sent to Kamala Harris, Tom Steyer discovered in Burlingame and Sacramento - The Mercury News

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BURLINGAME — Two new suspicious packages targeting prominent California Democrats Kamala Harris and Tom Steyer were discovered Friday, bringing the threat to Northern California even as federal officials arrested a Florida man accused of sending pipe bombs to critics of President Trump.
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FBI asks local deer hunters for help in search for girl - ABC News

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Authorities are asking North Carolina deer hunters for help in the ongoing, weeks-long search to find kidnapped 13-year-old Hania Noelia Aguilar. Hania was kidnapped just before 7 a.m.
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