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Suspect in trooper killing pleads not guilty...3 US contractors killed in Kabul...Boston still digging out



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MILFORD, Pa. (AP) — A survivalist who's accused of killing a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding another in an ambush outside a barracks has pleaded not guilty. Eric Frein (freen) was arraigned today by video from the county jail. He triggered a massive manhunt by going on the run for more than a month before he was caught.

DENVER (AP) — The police chief in Denver says it's not yet clear how a police officer was injured as a 17-year-old girl driving a stolen car was shot and killed by police. The chief initially said the officer was struck by the car as it was driven toward him. But he now says it's not clear whether the officer was hurt by the car or while trying to get out of its way.

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. defense officials say three American contractors have been shot to death by a gunman in the Afghan capital. Officials say an Afghan national was also killed. The officials say it's not clear whether the shooter was a member of the Afghan security forces.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senator John McCain has no patience for a group of anti-war protesters who've often disrupted congressional hearings on defense and foreign policy issues. During a hearing this morning, members of Code Pink approached a witness table where former secretaries of state Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright and George Shultz were testifying. They carried a sign calling Kissinger a war criminal. McCain, who was chairing the hearing, said, "Get out of hear, you low-life scum." Capitol Police removed the protesters from the room.

BOSTON (AP) — Boston is continuing to dig out from a historic storm that dumped over two feet of snow in the city and more elsewhere in the state. And forecasters say southern New England may see more snow in the coming days. In the city's Charlestown neighborhood, roads are passable but mounds of snow taller than parked cars are at most corners.

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