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Will the Cuba deal bring one of the FBI’s most wanted back to the U.S.?

Joanne Chesimard is a convicted cop killer who escaped prison in the U.S. Fidel Castro granted her asylum in Cuba and she lives there today. Chesimard is also the first woman to make the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list. 22 more words

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Bradley Stone manhunt ends, search for a motive begins

Former Marine Bradley Stone was wanted in the shootings of his ex-wife and five of her relatives. The manhunt ended when police found his body and say he apparently died of self-inflicted wounds. 16 more words

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Ferguson protesters turn Black Friday into 'Brown Out Friday'

(CNN) – Police blocked protesters at the West County Mall in a suburb of St. Louis today, as the so-called “Brown Out Friday” gets underway. 126 more words

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Ferguson grand jury to hear key forensic evidence

Dr. Michael Baden is a former New York City medical examiner and one of the most high-profile experts in the forensics field. He was hired by Michael Brown’s family to do a private autopsy after the teen was shot by Officer Darren Wilson. 84 more words

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Inside Eric Frein's hideout

The arrest of suspected cop killer Eric Frein ended a nearly seven week search. Frein is facing a string of charges, including first-degree murder in connection with an ambush at the Pennsylvania State Police barracks. 108 more words

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Jason Carroll's exclusive interview with Ferguson, MO police chief Thomas Jackson

With tensions running high, and an indictment announcement imminent, on Thursday evening CNN’s Jason Carroll sat down with embattled Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson. 65 more words

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Retracing the steps of New York's Ebola patient

A doctor, who recently traveled to Guinea to treat Ebola patients, is the first Ebola case in New York City. But where was he prior to realizing he had contracted the virus? 24 more words

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