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Bridget Anne Kelly and her attorney Michael Critchley Jr. walk towards the Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Court in Newark Monday, Oct. 24, 2016.  Kelly testified Monday that she told the governor that the Democratic mayor prosecutors say was targeted by the George Washington Bridge lane closures had complained about retribution while they were going on.   (Kevin R. Wexler/The via AP)
Ex-Christie aide: 'Traffic problems' email wasn't paybackA former aide to Republican Gov. Chris Christie says that a now-infamous email she sent saying "time for some traffic problems" near the George Washington Bridge referred to a traffic study, not a political retaliation plot
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The Latest: Police slaying of 2 linked to probe in DelawareDelaware State Police say the fatal shooting of a man and woman at a Maryland motel is connected to an investigation in Delaware
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Muslim businessman accuses yacht club of discriminationA Muslim businessman and his wife are suing a Connecticut yacht club on allegations club board members rejected their membership application because of their religion and falsely claimed they supported terrorism
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In this Oct. 4, 2016 photo, Alpay Balkir and his son Ryan speak to a reporter after school in Falmouth, Maine, The town of Falmouth is one of several municipalities that has canceled school on Election Day to avoid placing children at risk in case the heated rhetoric spills into confrontations or even violence at the polling places. Balkir said he is glad children will be home. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Fearing Election Day trouble, some US schools cancel classesSome communities around the U.S. are moving polling places out of schools or canceling classes on Election Day, fearing confrontations or even violence that could threaten the safety of students
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Ray Tensing re-enters Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Megan Shanahan's courtroom after a short break in the jury selection process for his murder trial, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Cincinnati. The former University of Cincinnati police officer is charged with murder in the shooting death of Samuel DuBose. Tensing remains free on a $1 million bond. His attorney Stew Mathews has said Tensing fired a single shot because he feared for his life. Jury orientation and the filling out of lengthy questionnaires are planned for Tuesday. (Carrie Cochran/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP, Pool)
Jury selection in officer's murder trial begins amid prayersSocial activists held hands in a prayer circle outside an Ohio courthouse while potential jurors were inside amid tight security for the murder trial of a white former university officer charged with killing a black man during a traffic stop
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