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October 30, 2014 15:22
Airplane crashes into airport building in Wichita, Kansas (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
An airplane crashed into a two-story building at an airport in Wichita, Kansas early Thursday shortly after takeoff, leaving at least four people dead and five injured.
Matthew Eric Frein, 31 (Pennsylvania Department of Transport) Manhunt for alleged cop-killer cancels Halloween in northeastern Pennsylvania
Halloween festivities have been canceled in a northeastern Pennsylvania community as authorities continue their search for accused cop killer Eric Frein.
AFP Photo/US AIR FORCE/Staff Sgt. Shawn Pentagon spending hits five-year high amid anti-ISIS campaign
The rate at which the United States economy grew last quarter has surpassed the expectations of experts, and a surge in military spending is said to be the culprit.
AFP Photo / Timothy A. Clary Counterterrorism Patriot Act provision now widely used in criminal investigations
A provision contained within the post-9/11 PATRIOT Act that allows investigators the power to conduct so-called “sneak and peek” searches has been used extensively for purposes not pertaining to counterterrorism, a new report reveals.
Red Cross volunteers walk past the remaining foundations of homes destroyed by the storm surge of superstorm Sandy in the Staten Island borough neighborhood of Oakwood in New York, November 28, 2012 (Reuters / Lucas Jackson) American Red Cross accused of diverting funds from storm victims to own PR campaign
The American Red Cross was ill-equipped to provide aid to victims of Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Isaac, a new report suggests, and allocated resources not towards offering help, but on generating publicity.
AFP Photo/Mandel Ngan FBI pushing for new domestic and global internet hacking powers
In a move that watchdog groups are calling an unconstitutional power grab, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is reportedly looking to rewrite the espionage rulebook, giving it the authority to hack into computers at home and abroad.
Darrien Hunt (Image from Black Utah ‘samurai’ dressed as anime hero shot 6 times, killed by police – autopsy
A young black man in Utah was shot six times and killed by police responding to a 911 call. The man was wearing a Japanese anime costume and carried a gift-shop samurai sword.
An aerial view of the Pentagon building in Washington (Reuters / Jason Reed) Pentagon to monitor Iraq war veterans for chemical weapons exposure
After denials and cover-ups, the Pentagon has stated it will carry outmedical exams and health monitoring for service members and veterans exposed to chemical weapons in Iraq.
A still from RT video NYPD arrests, ‘brutalizes’ peace activist McGovern ahead of Petraeus speech
The New York Police Department has detained prominent peace activist and former CIA agent Ray McGovern, with witnesses saying he was “yelling in pain” during arrest. McGovern was detained ahead of a David Petraeus speech that he planned to attend.
Reuters / Michael Dalder ​Crash dummies put on weight as obese Americans ‘more likely to die’ in accidents
While health officials struggle to slow down the rise of obesity in the US, one car safety company is changing the design of its crash test dummies in order to more accurately reflect the size of the average American and warn of road risks for the obese.
Donny Deutsch (AFP Photo) MSNBC personality found guilty of $1.2mn scam
A Manhattan judge has found an MSNBC personality and former CNBC television host guilty of scamming a Sotheby’s broker out of his million-dollar commission. The judge called the scam “dishonest” and “greedy.”
Matthew Eric Frein, 31, of Canadensis, Pennsylvania (Reuters / Pennsylvania Department of Transport) Manhunt over: Suspected Pennsylvania cop killer captured
Pennsylvania State Police have captured suspected cop killer Eric Matthew Frein following a manhunt that lasted almost seven weeks, the department announced Thursday.
Screenshot from video #CheckYourPrivilege satire: White man walks streets of NYC for 10 hours, gets job offers
Men are the perpetrators of street harassment, but what happens when a white male walks down the street? What do people say who call out to him? In a new parody video, comedy site Funny or Die sought to find out.
Fans celebrate in the street in the Mission District after the San Francisco Giants defeated the Kansas City Royals (Reuters/Robert Galbraith) Gunshot wounds, fights with police: San Francisco riots after Giants win World Series
San Francisco Giants fans celebrated the team’s World Series championship throughout the City by the Bay. The late-night festivities turned violent in some places, with three people injured and several arrests.


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