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Fiery package addressed to Homeland Security chief

First, fiery packages sent to top officials in Maryland were opened, revealing an angry message complaining of the state's terrorism tip line. Then, a mailing addressed to the nation's homeland security chief ignited with a similar flash of fire and smoke at a D.C. postal processing facility.Full story

Fiery Md. mail injures 2; message slams road signs

Two small packages that ignited at Maryland state government buildings, slightly burning two people, contained messages from someone upset about road signs, NBC News reported. Full story

The case of the missing mullet

  Kent Jones reports on the mystery of a repeatedly disappearing street sign in Wisconsin.

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  The case of the missing mullet

Kent Jones reports on the mystery of a repeatedly disappearing street sign in Wisconsin.

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