Two recent court decisions highlight the continuing struggles that courts around the country are having over law enforcement's use of GPS devices to track an individual's movements.

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Security warning after powder sent to MP and offices
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Police have issued security advice after "suspicious packages" were sent to a Scottish MP, a council building and a political party headquarters. Officers said the "white powder type substance" was delivered between 25 and 26 April. They said the ...

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Elizabeth Hart-Browne cleared of murdering boyfriend
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A woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend with a kitchen knife has been cleared of his murder after telling jurors she feared he would kill her. Elizabeth Hart-Browne, 27, broke down in tears as she was cleared of all charges at the Old Bailey.

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Government bid to delay air pollution plan fails
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The UK Government has lost a court bid to delay publication of its air pollution strategy, and must now release it before the June election. Courts had given the government until Monday 24 April to set out draft guidelines to tackle illegal levels of ...

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Two Americans killed in IS Afghan raid
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Two Americans were killed and a third was wounded in a raid in Afghanistan against Islamic State group militants, the Pentagon has confirmed. The military personnel died in combat in Nangarhar province, said Pentagon spokesman Capt Jeff Davis.

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Terror arrest near Houses of Parliament
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by Mario Cacciottolo, BBC News. A number of items were left on the ground following the incident in Whitehall. Two police forensics officers, covered in crime scene suits, slowly photographed and picked each one up. Several knives and what looked like ...

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Suspect dead after standoff following fatal shooting of Delaware state trooper
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Nathaniel McQueen said at a news conference. "This is a sad day for our state and for the Delaware State Police family," McQueen said, with Gov. John Carney at his side. McQueen said the vehicle had two suspicious people inside. One man got out of the ...

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ESPN layoffs: Andy Roddick, other big names in sports react
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ESPN laid off about 100 employees on Wednesday, including on-air talent, and Andy Roddick said it was tough watching the cuts unfold. ?It's unfortunate and obviously you don't want to see that. From a personal side, it's tough,? he told Fox News on ...

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Delaware standoff over: Trooper's killer shot dead after barricading himself in home
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One witness to the trooper's killing, Clarence Travers, told The News Journal of Wilmington that he heard gunfire while sitting at a red light and saw a police officer fall to the ground. After the initial gunfire, Travers said he saw a man get out of ...

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Le Pen's National Front 'took 5m euros from EU'
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The far-right National Front (FN) of French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen may have defrauded the European Parliament of about ?5m (4m; $5.4m), EU sources say. It is more than twice the sum initially estimated in an inquiry into FN staff.

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General election 2017: Labour pledges to build 1m new homes
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Labour has pledged to build a million new homes over five years, if its wins power at the general election. Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said half of the homes built would be council and housing association homes which would be "for rent and totally ...

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