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By DAVID JOHNSTON
After a federal court rejected his most recent appeal, Timothy J. McVeigh abandoned all efforts to postpone his execution, scheduled for Monday.
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A federal judge ruled against opponents of a World War II memorial, rejecting their request to postpone construction on the National Mall contending it bypasses the review process in the courts.
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