LEGAL

BREAKING

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens indicted for invasion of privacy


          A grand jury has indicted Missouri Governor Eric Greitens with a felony invasion of privacy charge for allegedly taking a nude photo of a woman with whom he had an affair in 2015. He was briefly taken into custody.   

  2 months ago


   St. Louis, MO     

 

New York twin brothers arrested in bomb-making scheme


          A former high school teacher and his twin brother have been arrested in New York City after explosive materials were found at their home, prosecutors say. It's unclear what they planned to do with the material.   

  2 months ago


   New York, NY     

 


Man sentenced to life in prison for New York City bombing


          A man who was inspired by al-Qaeda and set off a bomb in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, injuring more than 30 people, has been sentenced to life in prison. He also tried to carry out other attacks in the region.   

  2 months ago


   New York, NY     

 

BREAKING

Police recommend charging Israeli PM Netanyahu with bribery


          Israeli police have recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two corruption investigations against him. A final decision will be made by the attorney general.   

  2 months ago


   Israel     

 


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange loses bid to have UK warrant dropped


          WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for nearly six years to escape extradition to Sweden, has lost his latest bid to have his British arrest warrant dropped.   

  2 months ago


   London, England     

 



















Top U.S. Justice Department official steps down for legal job at Walmart


          U.S. Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand, who is second in line to the department's top job and first for the Special Counsel's Russia investigation, is stepping down after less than a year to take a position at Walmart, officials said on late Friday.   

  2 months ago


   United States     

 


British court upholds arrest warrant against Julian Assange


          The British arrest warrant against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains valid, a court in London ruled on Tuesday, saying that he must surrender to the authorities before judges are able to consider his defense for jumping bail.   

  2 months ago


   London, England     

 


Victims’ father attacks former Olympic gym doctor Larry Nassar


          A father whose three daughters were sexually abused by Larry Nassar has tried to attack the former Olympic gym doctor in court, but police officers were able to intervene and the father was taken into custody.   

  2 months ago


    

 

Canadian billionaire and wife were murdered, police say


          Canadian pharmaceutical billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife, who were found dead at their home in Toronto last month, were the victims of a double murder, police said on Friday. No suspects have been arrested so far.   

  2 months ago


   Toronto, Canada     

 

Man arrested for threatening to kill CNN employees


          A man accusing CNN of "fake news" has been arrested in Michigan after he called the network nearly two dozen times and threatened to carry out a mass shooting at CNN's headquarters in Atlanta, investigators say.   

  3 months ago


   Novi, MI     

 



















BREAKING

13 siblings held captive at California home, parents arrested


          Thirteen siblings who were chained and held captive at a home southeast of Los Angeles have been rescued after one of them managed to escape, officials said on Monday. Their parents have been taken into custody.   

  3 months ago


   Perris, CA     

 

Suspect in New York subway bombing acted on behalf of ISIS


          A man accused of setting off a bomb in a subway corridor near Times Square in New York City told investigators that he was acting in support of the Islamic State group (ISIS), according to court documents released on Tuesday.   

  4 months ago


   New York, NY     

 


BREAKING

Ex-National Security Advisor Flynn pleads guilty to making false statements


          Former U.S. National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, who was fired by President Donald Trump over his contact with Russia's ambassador, has pleaded guilty after being charged with making false statements to the FBI. (more)   

  4 months ago


   Washington, D.C.     

 

Senior Chinese military official commits suicide amid corruption probe


          A senior Chinese military official committed suicide last week while being investigated for corruption, the defense ministry said on Tuesday, the latest development in the anti-corruption campaign under President Xi Jinping.   

  4 months ago


    

 

URGENT

Man arrested over New Year’s Eve terror plot in Melbourne


          A 20-year-old man has been arrested over an alleged plot to carry out a terrorist attack on New Year's Eve in the Australian city of Melbourne, local police say. Only few details were immediately released. (more)   

  4 months ago


   Melbourne, Australia     

 

























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