Activists, Police Clash In Hong Kong In Largest Protest Since 2014 Pro-Democracy Gatherings February 9, 2016
Activists angered over authorities' attempts to crack down on the food vendors in a crowded Kowloon neighborhood held running battles with police into the early morning hours of Tuesday.
Julian Assange Claims Total Vindication With UN Panel Ruling By AP
The 44-year-old computer hacker's lawyers said he must be allowed to walk free immediately and given protection from possible extradition to the United States.
As Attacks On American Muslims Increase, Obama Makes First Visit To US Mosque By AP
Dutch Police Are Training Eagles To Take Down Drones By AP
Police are working with a The Hague-based company that trains eagles and other birds to swoop down on small drones and grasp them in their talons in restricted areas or where they are banned, such as at large outdoor events.
A Small Group Of Chicago Cops Cost The City $34M In Settlements By AP
One officer had seven lawsuits against him that were settled, yet was not removed the force.
2 Dead, 3 Wounded In Mass Shooting At Seattle Homeless Encampment By AP
Assistant Seattle Police Chief Bob Merner said at a news conference the victims lived at the encampment. He said of the shooting that police "have reason to believe it was very targeted."
Jewish Extremists Suspected In Vandalization Of Historic Jerusalem Church By AP
The graffiti written in Hebrew on an outside wall of the Dormition Abbey included phrases such as "kill the pagans" and "death to the Christian unbelievers, enemies of Israel."
Teen Hacks Personal Account Of National Intelligence Chief James Clapper By AP
The hacker changed the settings on Clapper's account so that every call to his house number would get forwarded to the Free Palestine Movement.