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An hour into California trial, ex-Marine admits to killing

After the prosecutor's opening statement, a former Marine changed his plea and acknowledged killing an Army reservist in a California motel in 2012 — a brutal attack in which the victim was stabbed 44 times and shot twice.

United States

More than 100 dead hawks, other birds found on Northern California property

A Northern California man was reportedly arrested Sunday after authorities found more than 100 dead hawks and other birds on his 80-acre property.

United States

Man convicted of killing boss set to be executed in Alabama

A man convicted of killing his employer is set to be executed by the state of Alabama after dropping his appeals and asking to be put to death.

United States

1st Georgia execution of 2018 set with 'Stocking Strangler'

Georgia is planning to execute an inmate called the "stocking strangler," a man convicted of raping and killing older women in attacks that terrorized a small city in the state decades ago.

United States

Criminal investigation launched into dog's death on flight

A criminal investigation has been launched into a dog's death aboard a Houston-to-New York United Airlines flight after a flight attendant ordered the animal be placed in the plane's overhead bin.

United States

Graphic video shows upstate New York cops running over sick raccoon multiple times: report

Video of New York police in an upstate community shows them using two patrol cars to run over and kill a raccoon multiple times, sparking outrage and a state investigation, reports said Wednesday.

United States

Emotional testimony in trial of nightclub shooter's widow

Jurors are hearing emotional testimony at the trial of the widow of a man who shot and killed 49 people at a Florida nightclub.

United States

Dylann Roof's sister arrested on weapons, drug charges

The 18-year-old sister of Charleston, S.C., church shooter Dylann Roof was arrested Wednesday for carrying pepper spray, a knife and marijuana in her high school, authorities said.

United States

Suspected killer of New York college student arrested in Nicaragua, cops say

A man suspected of murdering a Binghamton University student was arrested Tuesday in his native Nicaragua, The New York Post reported.

United States

Woman's son charged after her body found in Louisiana ditch

Authorities say the son of a Louisiana woman whose body was found has been arrested.

United States

Man who claimed he cremated Natalee Holloway killed while attempting kidnapping, police say

Authorities in southwestern Florida said Wednesday that a man who claimed he disposed of missing teenager Natalee Holloway's remains in Aruba has been killed.

United States

Gunman shoots 2 at Birmingham hospital before shooting self, police say

Police in Alabama said a gunman opened fire at the UAB Highlands hospital in Birmingham on Wednesday night, leaving two employees wounded.

United States

Police say 2 shot at Alabama hospital, gunman subdued

A gunman opened fire at a Birmingham, Alabama, hospital, wounding two men before turning the gun on himself Wednesday night, police said.

United Kingdom

US calls Salisbury spy poisoning ‘Russia’s crime’ and vows to help Theresa May and UN retaliate

THE US has called the Salisbury spy poisoning “Russia’s crime” and vowed to help Theresa May and the UN retaliate. America’s ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said the country holds Russia responsible for the chemical attack on Serg

United States

Tax office owner faces gun charge for self-defense shooting

The owner of a suburban Indianapolis tax preparation shop faces a weapons charge after fatally shooting a man with two guns.

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Alaska Airlines Pilot Says She Was Drugged and Raped by Flight Captain

(SEATTLE) — An Alaska Airlines pilot is suing the company under Washington state’s anti-discrimination law, claiming its response was inadequate after she says she was drugged and raped by a colleague during Minneapolis stopover last June. The


Pattern of Austin explosions raises hate crime suspicions

Two victims were connected by families with "deep roots in the city’s black, religious and civil rights groups"


Prime minister of Slovakia offers to resign amid popular fury over murder of investigative journalist

Slovakia’s embattled prime minister offered to resign on Wednesday amid a wave of popular anger over corruption and the murder of an investigative journalist.

United States

Prison for man in credit card scheme targeting Michaels

Federal prosecutors in New Jersey say a California man involved in a credit card scheme that targeted customers at Michaels' arts-and-crafts stores has been sentenced to three years in prison.

United States

Ex-prisoner asks police to arrest him to avoid homelessness

A Missouri man who spent almost four decades in prison for murder and parole violations is back behind bars after faking an armed robbery and begging police to put him back inside.

United States

The Latest: 4 people, including 1-year-old, dead in Brooklyn

The Latest on the apparent shooting deaths of four people, including a 1-year-old girl, in Brooklyn (all times local): 2:15 p.m.


We Must Protect Our Rights From Automated Decisions

Imagine a future where algorithms or even supercharged artificial intelligence (AI) make decisions in multiple aspects of your life: your job, your education, your welfare, and even your health.In this future, the police use algorithms and AI systems topr


Salisbury poisoning: Hunt for clues widens to Dorset as officers in chemical protection suits descend on quiet street

The search for clues to the identity of the would-be assassins who attacked Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter has widened to Dorset, as police removed a tow truck linked to the car driven by the pair.

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