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Topic - Lance M. Africk
The Postal Service dedicated a stamp Wednesday to mark the 50th anniversary of Alan Shepard's suborbital flight, Freedom 7. The ceremony took place at Kennedy Space Center on the eve of the anniversary of the first manned American space mission.
A Russian billionaire investor has purchased a lavish, 25,500-square-foot mansion in Silicon Valley for $100 million, thought to be the most ever paid for a single-family home in the United States.
Judge Africk, who threw out those convictions Wednesday, said he thinks the jury probably would have acquitted McCabe if it had been presented with the newly discovered narrative report.