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Police shooting ends chase that began on Alabama campus

A chase that began on a university campus in Alabama ended with a police shooting near downtown Huntsville. News outlets report that a police chase began about 4 a.m. Friday … Click to Continue »

Government plans death-penalty prosecution vs ex-policeman

The federal government is planning a death penalty prosecution against a former suburban New York policeman charged in the abduction and killings of four men in 2016. Prosecutors say former … Click to

Florida K-9 named Trump featured in Facebook meme

A Florida sheriff's agency may tell its deputies to stop naming K-9s after real people after a dog named Trump was featured in a Facebook meme. The Orlando Sentinel reports … Click to Continue »

Catalan government backs down over pro-independence banners

Catalonia's regional government on Friday removed eye-catching pro-independence banners from its headquarters in Barcelona, hours before police were due to take them down on orders from the country's

$10M Lumbee Tribe housing project may break ground this year

A $10 million low-income housing project planned for the lands of the Lumbee Tribe in North Carolina may break ground this year. The Robesonian reports the Lumbee Tribal Council was … Click to

Hedge fund manager gets 14 ears for running Ponzi scheme

A Boston hedge fund manager who scammed millions of dollars from friends, family and other investors in what authorities say was a Ponzi scheme has been sent to prison for … Click to Continue »

For EU, Brexit has trashed May’s ‘strong and stable’ image

Prime Minister Theresa May used to promise "strong and stable" government. Fellow EU leaders used to believe her. But then came almost three years of Brexit missteps and mayhem. For … Click to

Chilly with a chance of poisonous toads. That’s the weekend forecast for South Florida

Wake up to that 50 degrees-range bite on this morning’s commute? If you loved it, you’re going to enjoy the next few days in South Florida. According to the National … Click to Continue »

Trump intensifies effort to discredit Mueller report

President Donald Trump is intensifying his efforts to discredit a highly anticipated report on the special counsel's Russia investigation. In an interview with Fox Business Network to be aired Friday,

Italian soccer federation to explore more ties with China

Playing a Serie A match in China will be among the proposals discussed when a delegation linked to the visit of President Xi Jinping meets with the Italian soccer federation … Click to Continue »

Union: Pellets hit teachers during active-shooter training

Indiana's largest teachers union says teachers at an elementary school were shot with plastic pellets during active-shooter training. Members of the Indiana State Teachers Association told the state

Tennessee mayor: Police chief falsified gun training records

The mayor of Portland, Tennessee, says an investigation has determined that the leadership of its police department falsified documents related to firearms training. The Tennessean reports Portland

Kentucky anti-vaxxer gets hearing over chickenpox ban

An unvaccinated student in Kentucky will get his day in court after suing because he can't participate in extracurricular activities during a chickenpox outbreak. The Courier Journal reports

Judge extends detention of Utrecht tram shooting suspect

An investigating judge has extended by two weeks the detention of a man suspected of killing three passengers on a tram in the central Dutch city of Utrecht and seriously … Click to Continue »

Swiss prosecutors puzzling over motive in boy’s killing

The family of a seven-year-old boy stabbed to death in Switzerland as he walked home from school, apparently by an elderly woman he didn't know, expressed shock Friday over the … Click to Continue »

Alabama prison shuts off water to cells, hunger strike ends

The Alabama Department of Corrections says a hunger strike by inmates protesting solitary confinement has ended after authorities shut off the water to their prison cells. Corrections spokesman Bob

Pakistan police say gunmen targeted cleric, killed 2 guards

Police in Pakistan say gunmen on motorcycles opened fire on a convoy carrying a prominent religious scholar and his associates in the southern port city of Karachi, killing the cleric's … Click to

94-year-old WWII veteran finally gets high school diploma

A 94-year-old World War II veteran has received his high school diploma — 74 years after he would have gotten had he not enlisted. Paul Snow says he felt "naked" … Click to Continue »

PSG backs fans against Chelsea disorder claims for WCL game

Paris Saint-Germain is backing its fans accused by British police of violent behavior ahead of a Women's Champions League match in London. The club says in a statement on its … Click to Continue »

Racist threat closes schools in Charlottesville, Virginia

Public schools in Charlottesville, Virginia, remain closed as authorities investigate a racist threat that was posted online. News outlets report that the system's nine schools were closed Thursday