Juliet Linderman, The Associated Press

Juliet Linderman

The Associated Press

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Recent articles by Juliet:

CDC to conduct health study at polluted Fort Ord Army base site

Federal health officials are conducting a new study to determine whether veterans once stationed at now-shuttered Fort Ord were exposed to dangerously high levels of cancer-causing toxins. → Read More

CDC to conduct health study at polluted former Army base

Federal health officials are conducting a new study to determine whether veterans once stationed at a now-shuttered California military base were exposed to dangerously high levels of cancer-causing toxins → Read More

Afghan couple accuse U.S. Marine of abducting their baby

An Afghan couple who arrived in the U.S. as refugees are accusing a U.S. Marine and his wife of abducting their baby. → Read More

Afghan couple accuse US Marine of abducting their baby

The little girl, now 3 ½ years old, is at the center of a high-stakes tangle of at least four court cases. → Read More

Afghan couple accuse US Marine of abducting their baby

The little girl, now 3 ½ years old, is at the center of a high-stakes tangle of at least four court cases. → Read More

Afghan couple accuse US Marine of abducting their baby

The little girl, now 3 ½ years old, is at the center of a high-stakes tangle of at least four court cases. → Read More

Afghan couple accuse U.S. Marine of abducting their baby

The Afghan couple raced to the airport in Kabul, clutching their baby girl close amid the chaotic withdrawal of American troops last year. → Read More

Afghan couple accuse U.S. Marine of abducting their baby

The little girl, now 3 ½ years old, is at the center of a high-stakes tangle of at least four court cases. → Read More

Afghan couple accuse US Marine of abducting their baby

The young Afghan couple raced to the airport in Kabul, clutching their baby girl close amid the chaotic withdrawal of American troops last year. The baby had been rescued two years earlier from the rubble of a U.S. → Read More

Afghan couple accuses US Marine of abducting their baby

The little girl, now 3 ½ years old, is at the center of a high-stakes tangle of at least four court cases as multiple sets of parents fight for custody of her. → Read More

Afghan couple accuses US Marine of abducting their baby

The little girl, now 3 ½ years old, is at the center of a high-stakes tangle of at least four court cases as multiple sets of parents fight for custody of her. → Read More

Six months into war, Russian goods still flowing to US

Six months into the war in Ukraine, American companies — including federal contractors — continue to buy everything from birch wood flooring to weapons-grade titanium from major Russian corporations → Read More

Wood flooring, pillows, shoes: Despite Ukraine war, Russian goods still flow to the U.S.

Despite extensive sanctions on Moscow, plenty of Russian goods continue to enter the U.S. legally, worth more than $1 billion a month. → Read More

Six months into war, Russian goods still flowing to US

President Biden promised to “inflict pain” and deal “a crushing blow” on Vladimir Putin through trade restrictions on commodities like vodka, diamonds and gasoline in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine six months ago. → Read More

War Crimes Watch: Targeting schools, Russia bombs the future

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — As she lay buried under the rubble, her legs broken and eyes blinded by blood and thick clouds of dust, all Inna Levchenko could hear was screams. It was 12:15 p.m. on Ma… → Read More

War Crimes Watch: Targeting schools, Russia bombs the future

As she lay buried under the rubble, her legs broken and eyes blinded by blood and thick clouds of dust, all Inna Levchenko could hear was screams. It was 12:15 p.m. on March 3, and moments earlier a blast had pulverized the school where she’d taught for 30 years. → Read More

Mega dance company bred culture of sex, silence, dancers say

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Every year, one of the world’s leading dance competition companies sells the dream of Hollywood fame to hundreds of thousands of ambitious young dancers hoping to lau… → Read More

Mega dance company based in LA bred culture of sex, silence, dancers say

The problems date back to the founding of Los Angeles-based Break The Floor Productions; as the company has grown into an industry powerhouse, its leaders perpetuated a culture of sex and silence, according to interviews with dozens of former and current staff and students. → Read More

Mega dance company bred culture of sex, silence, dancers say

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Every year, one of the world’s leading dance competition companies sells the dream of Hollywood fame to hundreds of thousands of ambitious young dancers hoping to launch careers on television, in movies and on stage. → Read More

Mega dance company bred culture of sex, silence, dancers say

Every year, one of the world’s leading dance competition companies sells the dream of Hollywood fame to hundreds of thousands of ambitious young dancers hoping to launch careers on television, in movies and on stage. → Read More