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Georgetown Student Pleads Guilty To Ricin Possession

A Georgetown student arrested by police for creating ricin in his dorm room has pleaded guilty to possessing the deadly substance.

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Charles Severance Faces First Hearing In Alexandria Court

The man being tried for three murders will get his first day in court in Alexandria, Va., on Tuesday morning, in an advisement hearing where his counsel will be identified.

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Montgomery County Police Prepare Homicide Case Against Catherine Hoggle

Police in Montgomery County are "preparing a homicide case" against Catherine Hoggle, the woman whose two children remain missing a week after their father first reported it to officers.
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Foreign Influence and Think Tanks

A recent investigation by the New York Times reveals that more than a dozen of D.C.'s major think tanks receive significant funding from foreign governments. We explore the legal and ethical implications.

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Internet Creeps: Privacy, Protection and Bad Behavior on the Web

The release of nude celebrity photos online, as well as recent incidents of abusive language on Twitter, have renewed debate about civility online, privacy and the role websites play in hosting objectionable content. Kojo explores bad behavior on the web, its evolving role on the Internet, and how companies use legal and moral guidelines to keep it in check.

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Search Continues For Two Missing Clarksburg Children

Police have located missing mother Catherine Hoggle in Germantown, Maryland, but police are still searching for her two children, who are the object of an intensive search.

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Machen Sets Up Unit Tasked With Looking Into Wrongful Convictions

U.S. Attorney for D.C. Ron Machen is creating a new unit in his office to look into cases that may have resulted in wrongful convictions, a move that comes after several recent exonerations using DNA evidence.
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Swim Coach Sentenced To 10 Years For Sex Abuse

Christopher Huott, who founded the Maryland Suburban Swim Club, abused one of his students for five years, starting when she was 7.
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Police Continue Search For Clarksburg Woman And Missing Children

Police in Montgomery County still have not located a missing woman or her two children.
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Severance Charged With Three Alexandria Killings, Won't Face Death Penalty

A grand jury in Alexandria has charged Charles Severance with murdering Nancy Dunning, Ron Kirby and Ruthanne Lodato, three homicides that shook the quiet communities in which they occurred.

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