Government And Politics

Cyberattack downs city computers in site of navy attack

Dec 9, 2019

Federal authorities are investigating a cyberattack on the city of Pensacola, Florida, home to the naval air station where a Saudi flight student killed three sailors and wounded eight others on Friday

4-year-old twins free selves, climb to safety after crash

Dec 9, 2019

Washington state authorities say 4-year-old twins freed themselves from car seats and climbed an embankment following car crash that killed father

Slain Alabama officer's father also died in the line of duty

Dec 7, 2019

Authorities have identified an Alabama police officer who was killed during a drug enforcement operation and say the man's father was also a Huntsville police officer who died in the line of duty

Chase with stolen UPS truck ends with shootout, fatalities

Dec 6, 2019

Police say there were multiple fatalities after a UPS driver was kidnapped by at least two robbery suspects who led police on a chase that ended in gunfire at a Florida busy intersection

Powerful union to host Biden, Warren, Sanders in Nevada

Dec 3, 2019

Nevada’s powerful casino workers’ Culinary Union is holding a series of town halls next week with Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden

Ukraine leader says he didn’t speak about a ‘quid pro quo’

Dec 2, 2019

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy says that he never spoke with President Donald Trump from the position of a ‘quid pro quo.’

UK police clear London Bridge after reports of gunshots

Nov 29, 2019

British police say they’re dealing with an incident on London Bridge, and witnesses have reported hearing gunshots

Report: US lacked technology to track separated families

Nov 27, 2019

A report says the US government didn’t have the technology needed in 2018 to properly document and track thousands of immigrant families separated at the southern border

North Dakota pardons OK’d under marijuana conviction policy

Nov 27, 2019

North Dakota’s pardon advisory board unanimously approves wiping criminal records clean for 26 people with low-level marijuana convictions

Farmers blocking Berlin roads to protest government policies

Nov 26, 2019

Thousands of tractors are heading into Berlin as farmers protest the German government’s agricultural policies

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