A dust mask may link a Mississippi man to an apparent attempt to poison President Obama and other public officials. James Dutschke is accused of sending ricin-tainted letters through the mail.
The ongoing search for the person who mailed deadly ricin letters to the president and Capitol Hill has led one man to go into hiding.
Federal investigators appear to be no closer to tracking down the person who sent ricin-tainted letters to President Barack Obama and others. With the suspect still out there, Washington is once again on edge.
A mother’s plea for help echoes around the world. Now, one Columbia family is swamped with “Letters for Noah.”
The U.S. Postal Service has created an outlet for an outpouring of emotion following the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Forty-four senators have written to Cuba’s president to call for the release of a Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba for almost three years.
A Vancouver, Wash., man accused of sending letters containing white powder to members of Congress fell under FBI scrutiny after his wife told an officer that he laced the envelopes with a mixture of celery salt and corn starch.
The wife of an American man who has spent nearly two years in prison in Cuba wants people to contact members of Congress and write letters to newspapers to urge her husband’s return.
Mom might get a quick note in the mail. Sister might get a birthday card. But that’s about it. For the typical American household these days, nearly two months will pass before a personal letter shows up.
Here’s a full list of Maryland post offices that could be closed.
More than three dozen suspicious but apparently harmless letters addressed to District of Columbia schools appear to have been mailed from the Dallas area and closely resemble letters under investigation by authorities there, the FBI said Friday.
It’s Match Day, the day fourth-year medical students across the country learn where they will begin their careers as doctors.