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A marksman believed to have assassinated one Pennsylvania state trooper and wounded another more than a week ago is still out there somewhere, in a forbidding, forested terrain stretching across dozens of square miles. Police Name Victims of Pennsylvania Shooting as Manhunt Underway Police Taking Precautions in Ambush Suspect Search Pa. State Police ID Trooper Killed in Ambush
The protest in Beijing was held against alleged human rights abuses of Tibetans by the Chinese government.
Fire officials said an early morning fire at a Sudbury auto dealership damaged or destroyed several vehicles.
Three Afghanistan National Army soldiers went missing Saturday night from a regional cooperation training exercise at Camp Edwards in Sandwich.
Both were tied at 42 percent in a poll of 750 likely voters. Mass. Governor Candidates Target Supporters for Cash Sen. Shaheen Campaign Rips ‘Defamatory’ Attempt to Link Her to 34-Year-Old Felony
Search in Pa. for Supsected Cop Killer Stretches into Week 2
Tibetan Student Burns Himself to Death in Protest
Fire Destroys Vehicles at Sudbury Auto Dealership
Sources: Missing Afghan Soldiers Found Near Canadian Border
Winchester Community Mourns Teen’s Death
New Poll Finds Baker, Coakley Tied in Mass. Gov. Race
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- Alaska TV reporter quits on air to promote pot