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The Waverly Police Department continues to investigate a possible methamphetamine lab found in an abandoned vehicle early Monday. At about 1:30 a.m. Monday, police observed a red Jeep committing a traffic violation on Chemung Street, according to a rele (read more)

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With the current round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks foundering, President Obama is considering the release of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard in exchange for Israel remaining at the table. Mr. Pollard, who was arrested in 1985 while seeking asylum f (read more)

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