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Evidence deadline looms in case of Epstein’s ex-girlfriend

 Prosecutors and defense lawyers are clashing days before a deadline for evidence to be turned over in the prosecution of Jeffrey Epstein’s one-time girlfriend on charges that she recruited girls for him to sexually abuse.

Official: Feds feared Epstein confidant might kill herself

Federal officials were so worried Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime confidante Ghislaine Maxwell might take her own life after her arrest that they took away her clothes and sheets and made her wear paper attire while in custody, an official familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.

Spokane men recognized for preserving automotive history

For John Clarizio and Jerry Click, their vintage trucks are more than the sum of their parts. They’re an important part of automobile history. And the two Spokane men aren’t the only ones who see their vehicles that way: Clarizio’s 1936 Ford Station Wagon is currently featured in Vintage Trucks magazine, and Click’s 1925 Maxwell will be in an upcoming issue.

Oldest Medal of Honor recipient dies at 98 in Oregon

World War II veteran Bob Maxwell, the nation’s oldest Medal of Honor recipient, has died in Oregon more than seven decades after grabbing a blanket and throwing himself on a German hand grenade in France to save his squad mates. He was 98.