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Index: Firefighters May Have Mistakenly Been Exposed to Ricin in Alabama
ABC News' David Muir reports the stories people are buzzing about.
New Report Profiles Mass Shooters
The U.S. Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center says most attacks on federal government buildings and officials were carried out by so-called lone wolves.
Ex-Air Force Mechanic Allegedly Wanted to Join ISIS
FBI arrests Tairod Pugh for alleged effort to travel to Syria to join the Middle East terror group.
Texas Ricin Suspect Who Tried to Frame Husband Cuts a Deal
A Texas woman accused of sending ricin-laced letters letters to President Obama and others in an attempt to frame her husband has reached a plea deal. Shannon Richardson -- an actress who was pregnant at the time of her arrest in June -- signed a guilty plea, admitting her role in ordering the
5 Breaking Bad Spin Offs We'd Watch
When something proves to be popular -- be it a TV series or a movie or a hashtag-turned-TV-movie -- talk constantly turns to how many possible sequels and prequels and spin offs it can in$pire. And we're not immune to that. With "Breaking Bad" returning this week for its final season and news
Texas Woman Indicted, Allegedly Sent Poison Letter to Obama
Shannon Richardson, Actress Who Appeared on 'The Walking Dead,' Could Face 15 Years
Woman Allegedly Tried to Frame Husband for Ricin Letters
Shannon Richardson charged in connection to poisoned letters sent to Obama, NYC mayor.
Texas Husband Framed by Wife for Ricin Letters Calls Anger a 'Waste of Energy'
The husband of a pregnant actress, accused of sending poison-laced letters to President Obama and then trying to frame him for the crime, says it's "heartbreaking" to think that his spouse implicated him, but he harbors no anger and hopes to move on with his life. "The way I look at it, being angry
Arrest Made in Connection to Ricin Letters Case
Actress Shannon Richardson Cuffed, Had Claimed Husband Was Behind Poison Letters to Obama, Bloomberg
New Al Qaeda Video Urges Homeland Attacks Like Boston
Al Qaeda's most dangerous franchise is threatening the U.S. with renewed attempts at homeland terror attacks, while urging radicalized Americans to launch strikes like the Boston bombings and poison mail cases. The dual-pronged "Message to the American Nation" last week by a top militant in Yemen