BERLIN (AP) 10/21 — German lawmakers have approved a bill that allows the country’s foreign intelligence agency to spy on European Union institutions and fellow EU member states.
BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) 10/21 — Charged in a corruption scandal that could have sent him to prison for three lifetimes, former Sen.
ROXANA HEGEMAN, Associated Press WICHITA, Kan. (AP) 10/21 — An anti-Muslim militia group in Kansas calling itself “The Crusaders” first came to the government’s attention when one of its members,
ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) 10/20 — The Justice Department says a former National Security Agency contractor’s theft of top secret information was “breathtaking”
BRIAN SLODYSKO, Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) 10/20 — After initially warning of potential widespread voting fraud, Indiana’s secretary of state has acknowledged that many of the thousands of altered registration records she flagged might just be residents rushing to correct their names or birth dates ahead of the election.
FRANK JORDANS, Associated Press BERLIN (AP) 10/20 — A German police officer died early Thursday, a day after being shot by an anti-government extremist who had hoarded dozens of weapons at his home,
TOM HAYS, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) 10/20 — Bobby Shmurda, a rapper once on the rise thanks to a viral music video that popularized the “Shmoney dance,”
GENE JOHNSON, Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) 10/20 — If your heart is going to stop, right outside a hospital is not a bad place for it.
ALTURAS, Calif. (AP) 10/20 — A deputy responding to a disturbance call in Northern California has been shot to death — the state’s fourth law enforcement officer to die in the line of duty in just two weeks.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) 10/20 — The former CEO of a Phoenix-based traffic-camera company has been sentenced to more than a year in federal prison for her role in a scheme to bribe public officials in Ohio’s capital city in exchange for city contracts.
MIKE CORDER, Associated Press THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) 10/19 — Police and other law enforcement organizations around the world cooperated in a massive weeklong operation targeting organized crime that led to 314 arrests,
JEFF AMY, Associated Press ACKERMAN, Miss. (AP) 10/19 — Pulled over for traffic violations, Jessica Jauch was held for 96 days in a Mississippi jail without seeing a judge,
NEW YORK (AP) — A New York police officer shot and killed an emotionally disturbed, 66-year-old woman wielding scissors and a baseball bat, and investigators want to know why he didn’t use his stun gun instead.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) 10/19 — Four teenage students were shot in the shared parking lot of two San Francisco high schools, and one of the students is in critical condition,
ATLANTA (AP) 10/19 – Georgia is preparing to execute a man convicted of killing an Atlanta police officer and wounding a second officer with an AR-15 rifle.
VIVIAN SALAMA, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) 10/19 — As the Islamic State group sees its territory shrink to half its original size and its dreams of a caliphate evaporate,
BULLIT MARQUEZ and BOGIE CALUPITAN, Associated Press MANILA, Philippines (AP) 10/19 – A Philippine police van rammed into protesters, leaving several bloodied, as an anti-U.S.
LINDSAY WHITEHURST, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) 10/18 — Hours after his wife pleaded guilty to misdemeanor pot-possession charges connected with two pounds of the drug found at their house,
MADRID (AP) 10/18 — A small Spanish town is considering fining a medieval church 16,000 euros ($17,500) because its bells are “too noisy.”
The town hall of Mostoles,
RAPHAEL SATTER, AP Cybersecurity Writer PARIS (AP) 10/18 — Midway through releasing a series of damaging disclosures about U.S. presidential contender Hillary Clinton, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says his hosts at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London abruptly cut him off from the internet.