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General Mark Milley, III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General, speaks to media during a press conference about a shooting .
General Mark Milley, III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General, speaks to media during a press conference about a shooting . (Drew Anthony Smith/Getty Images)
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Four Dead, 14 Wounded at Fort Hood

The gunman was identified as a soldier who died of self-inflicted gunshot wounds during the incident at the Texas military base.

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Bridget Anne Kelly, Gov. Christie's former deputy chief of staff, with her attorney Michael Critchley, in court March 11. (Photo Mel Evans-Pool / Getty Images)
Bridget Anne Kelly, Gov. Christie's former deputy chief of staff, with her attorney Michael Critchley, in court March 11. (Photo Mel Evans-Pool / Getty Images)
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Kelly Lawyer Slams Internal Bridgegate Probe

Bridget Kelly, portrayed by the Christie administration report on Bridgegate as a lying participant in the George Washington Bridge lane closings, struck back through her attorney Friday, hinting at renewed eagerness to tell her story to the U.S. Attorney.

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Attorney Randy Mastro and Gov. Chris Christie
Attorney Randy Mastro (CNN) and Gov. Chris Christie (Annette Petriccione, Townssquare Media NJ)
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Christie Bridgegate Probe Blames Wildstein, Kelly

An internal Bridgegate report places the blame for the controversial lane closings at the George Washington Bridge and an ensuing coverup entirely on former Port Authority official David Wildstein and former Christie aide Bridget Kelly.

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Middlesex Communtiy College students greet parents, staff and students from the James Monroe Elementary School
Middlesex Communtiy College students greet parents, staff and students from the James Monroe Elementary School (Rob Rivera, Quo Vadis Newspaper (Middlesex County College))
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Classes Resume for Edison Students after Fire

Approximately 500 students in Edison returned to class on Wednesday after a fire destroyed their school building.

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