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 2 yrs | 2 suicides reported in connection with release of Ashley Madison user data

              Two suicides have been reported in connection with the release of stolen user data from infidelity website Ashley Madison, Toronto Police official Bryce Evans said at a press conference on Monday. Toronto police is leading the international investigation into the hack that exposed information about more than 30 million users, but Evans declined to say where the suicides took place, saying only that the reports were being investigated. "The ripple-effect of the Impact Team's actions has and will continue to have a long-term social and economic impact, and they have already sparked spin-offs of crimes and further victimization," he said.   

  Toronto, Canada        5 UPDATES



 2 yrs | U.S. markets plunge deep into red at open, Dow briefly down more than 1,000 points

              U.S. markets plunged deep into the red Monday as the opening bell ran on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted more than 1,050 points within minutes, marking the biggest ever intraday point swing. The index then slightly recovered, being down about 780 points (4.7%) at 9:39 a.m. ET. The S&P 500 was down 88.17 points (4.4%) while the NASDAQ Composite was down 250 points (5.3%).   

  United States        20 UPDATES



 2 yrs | Editor’s Note: Wall Street braces for opening-bell sell-off

              Wall Street is bracing for a massive opening-bell sell-off as the economic slowdown in China continues to fuel global growth fears. The Shanghai Composite in China closed down 8.5 percent today, its worst close since 2007, while London's FTSE 100 index was down 4 percent in early afternoon trade. Major markets in France and Germany were also down sharply, by 4.6% and 4.4% respectively. As of 9:15 a.m. ET, futures for major U.S. markets indicate a fall of 783 points (4.82%) for the Dow Jones, 208 points (4.96%) for Nasdaq and 93.75 points (4.76%) for the S&P 500.   

  United States        20 UPDATES


 2 yrs | 8 shot, 1 dead at warehouse after-party in California

              Eight people were shot early Sunday morning while waiting to enter a warehouse in California where an after-party was taking place, police say. The shooting happened at around 3 a.m. PT when a man walked into the parking lot of a warehouse in Modesto and began shooting, killing a 25-year-old man and injuring seven others. The victim was identified as Zachary McGee, of Modesto. A police statement said a 23-year-old woman remains in a critical but stable condition after undergoing surgery, and a 25-year-old man is in a serious but stable condition. The other five victims were treated for their injuries and released. No arrests have been made so far.   

  Modesto, CA     


 2 yrs | Death toll from plane crash at UK airshow expected to reach 11 - police

              The death toll from Saturday's plane crash during an airshow in southern England is expected to reach 11, police said on Sunday, adding that the death toll could rise further. "As a result of our initial work at the site, which has continued overnight, and inquiries following calls to the emergency services from worried families and friends, we have now identified 11 people who we are treating as highly likely to have died in this tragedy," said Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry of Sussex Police. The identities of the victims have not yet been released, and recovery operations are expected to continue through Monday.   

  Shoreham-by-Sea, England        15 UPDATES



 2 yrs | Explosions at U.S. Army post southwest of Tokyo, no injuries - Pentagon

              An explosion has occurred at a U.S. Army post southwest of Tokyo, but there are no reports of casualties, the Pentagon says. The first explosion happened just after midnight local time on Monday at a building that is part of Sagami General Depot, setting off a fire and subsequent explosions, according to footage from the scene. "There are no reports of injury, and base firefighters and first responders are currently fighting the resulting fire to prevent its spread to nearby buildings," said Pentagon spokesman Commander Bill Urban. "These are all the details we have at this time and will provide further information as we receive it." The cause of the explosion is unknown. Sagami General Depot, home of the 35th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, is a major supply base for U.S. forces.   

  Sagamihara, Japan     



 2 yrs | Giant panda cub born at National Zoo in Washington, D.C.

              Giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, the zoo confirms. The panda cub was born at 5:34 p.m. ET, about an hour after the panda's water broke. The birth was streamed online through the zoo's webcam, but the condition of the cub was not immediately known. Mei Xiang previously gave birth to Tai Shan in 2005 and Bao Bao in 2013, as well as two other cubs that were stillborn or died within days.   

  Washington, D.C.        2 UPDATES



 2 yrs | Police: More bodies may be found at site of UK plane crash

              Authorities fear that more bodies will be recovered from cars that were struck by an old military plane as it crashed on a busy road in southern England. At least seven people are known to have died, but police have received multiple calls from people who are concerned about their loved ones. "We are continuing to search with our partners and other emergency services in the area to ensure that we have identified all the casualties," said Superintendent Jane Derrick of Sussex Police. "It is possible that tonight and tomorrow we are going to find more bodies at the scene."   

  Shoreham-by-Sea, England        15 UPDATES


 2 yrs | Obama calls Americans who stopped Thalys train attack, praising them for ‘heroic actions’

              U.S. President Barack Obama has called three Americans whose actions helped stop a gunman from carrying out an attack on board an Amsterdam-Paris train. White House spokesman Eric Schultz said Obama called U.S. Air Force Airman First Class Spencer Stone, Army National Guard Specialist Aleksander Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler to "commend and congratulate" them for their their "courage and quick action" aboard the Thalys train. "The President expressed his gratitude to these three individuals for their heroic actions forestalling an even greater tragedy," Schultz said. "The President wished Airman Stone a full and speedy recovery, and expressed how proud all Americans are of their extraordinary bravery."   

  Arras, France        14 UPDATES



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Hostage situation at bowling alley in Nuneaton, England

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