Man who lost brothers in gruesome Ohio slayings reacts to arrests: "It's a lot to take in"

  1. Man who lost brothers in gruesome Ohio slayings reacts to arrests: “It’s a lot to take in”  CBS News
  2. Pike County: Wagner family arrested in the Rhoden family massacre  Cincinnati.com
  3. Nearly three years after ‘execution-style’ killing of family, four charged with murder, police say  Washington Post
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The Latest: 15 Arrests at Georgia Capitol Vote Demonstration

  1. The Latest: 15 Arrests at Georgia Capitol Vote Demonstration  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Protesters demanding ‘count every vote’ arrested in Georgia as governor’s race remains unsettled  NBCNews.com
  3. Protesters chant ‘Count every vote’ in Georgia Capitol building  The Hill
  4. Georgia’s Shaky Voting System  New York Times
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US Arrests Treasury Employee Accused of Leaking Bank Records on Manafort, Gates

  1. US Arrests Treasury Employee Accused of Leaking Bank Records on Manafort, Gates  Bloomberg
  2. US Charges Treasury Adviser With Leaking Suspicious Activity Reports  Wall Street Journal
  3. Senior FinCen Employee Arrested And Charged With Unlawfully Disclosing SARs | USAO-SDNY | Department of Justice  Department of Justice
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U.S. arrests four men in connection to 2017 Charlottesville rally

U.S. arrests four men in connection to 2017 Charlottesville rallyFour men linked to a white supremacist group were arrested on Tuesday in connection with the white nationalist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year, authorities said. Benjamin Drake Daley, 25, Michael Paul Miselis, 29, Thomas Walter Gillen, 34, and Cole Evan White, 24, were arrested in California and were to be transported to Charlottesville after making initial appearances in federal courts in California on Tuesday, U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen said at a news conference.


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US arrests Chinese national on spying charge

US arrests Chinese national on spying chargeA Chinese national who came to the US on a student visa and later enlisted in the army reserves was arrested Tuesday in Chicago and accused of helping Beijing attempt to recruit American scientists and engineers. Ji Chaoqun was allegedly tasked with providing Chinese intelligence with biographical information about eight American citizens — some of whom were US defense contractors. The 27-year-old, who first arrived in Chicago in 2013 to study electrical engineering on a student visa, was charged with one count of knowingly acting as an agent of a foreign government without prior notification to the US Attorney General.


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