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CORINTH, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi man accused of mailing letters with suspected ricin to national leaders believed he had uncovered a conspiracy to sell human body parts on the black market and claimed "various parties within the government"...
Tags: Entertainment, Justice System, Music, Roger F. Wicker, Lab Tests
Tribune reporterThree people, including two postal workers and a police officer, were taken to hospitals this morning after a suspicious package spurred a hazardous materials response at a sorting facility in the West Lawn neighborhood, officials said. The incident...
Consider some of the things that have bound our nation together: Universal postal service at a flat rate, whether you live in Santa Monica or Sitka, Alaska. Interstate highways, built with taxpayer funds and free of tolls. Regulated phone and electric...
The Hartford CourantFedEx and United Parcel Service have warned that, due to increased security, some deliveries may be delayed. Increased security implemented as a result of the Boston Marathon bombing and discovery of letters containing the poison ricin mailed to a...
Tags: FedEx Corporation, UPS Inc., Sports
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a capital city on edge, letters sent to President Barack Obama and a Mississippi senator tested positive for poisonous ricin in preliminary checks, and authorities chased a stream of reports Wednesday of other suspicious-looking...
The mistake was caused by just a click of the computer mouse, but its impact has been long-lasting. It was mid-November and Patrick Barnes' parents were preparing to move from his McHenry house to their new place in Florida. "One of the last things my...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — The state Attorney General’s Office has granted the Calexico Unified School District the right to sue one of its own board trustees based on his holding of two incompatible offices, according to a letter of decision delivered...
PETOSKEY -- With wintry weather comes conditions that can be tough on roadside mailboxes. For postal customers who find themselves needing to repair or replace those boxes after the snowy season, postal authorities and county road officials offer some...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Police have a suspect in mind as they investigate a letter mailed to Sen. Roger Wicker that tested positive for poisonous ricin, a Senate colleague said. "The person that is a suspect writes a lot of letters to members," Sen....
Wait... What? A startup company in Austin, Texas, also serving San Francisco, promises to take its customers' incoming U.S. mail three times a week, photograph it and deliver it back to the customers via mobile phone app, for $4.99 a month. The company,...
It’s that time of year again. The redbuds are flowering, the sun is warming the earth and the postal employees across this great land of ours are being driven out of their gourds by the deafening chirp of of baby chickens. (We have a basement...
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It’s tax day, and for those scrambling to get their forms postmarked in time, the U.S. Postal Service is making things a little easier. Some post offices will have extended hours to help last-minute filers make the midnight deadline. Federal tax...
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