TORONTO —
A Canadian was arrested Sunday evening at the New York-Canada border, according to U.S. law enforcement officials, under suspicion that they had sent an envelope containing poison to the White House — the latest development in a long history of attempted poisonings using a deadly toxin called ricin.

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The incident, although dramatic, is far from the first time that an attempted ricin poisoning has made headlines. And it’s not even the first time that someone has…

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