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Police find pipe bombs in Eric Frein search area

Morning Call – by Laurie Mason Schroeder and Peter Hall State police confirmed Tuesday that they had found two pipe bombs Eric Frein left behind in the woods, and say they’ve had a credible sighting of him within the last … Continue reading

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NYPD officer pleads innocent to battering woman after breaking into apartment

New York Daily News – by Bill Hutchinson Accused of going from hero to hoodlum in a single day, an NYPD cop has pleaded innocent to charges he drunkenly beat a woman after bursting into her apartment in his underwear. … Continue reading

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White House fence-jumper made it far deeper into building than previously known

The Washington Post – by Carol D. Leonnig The man who jumped the White House fence this month and sprinted through the front door made it much farther into the building than previously known, overpowering one Secret Service officer and … Continue reading

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Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas At Protesters, But They’re Not Going Anywhere

Business Insider – by Gus Lubin and Michael B Kelly, Reuters Hong Kong democracy protesters stayed in the streets on Sunday night despite multiple volleys of tear gas and use of pepper spray and batons by riot police. “Atmosphere has … Continue reading

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Woman claims NYPD cops made up story she was reselling iPhones

New York Daily News – by Shayna Jacobs A garment worker who had a pink tote bag full of hotly sought after new iPhones is iRate with cops she says falsely arrested her and accused her of trying to sell … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Resident Protest Alleged Police Brutality Following Video Leak

NY 1 News Residents of Sunset Park, Brooklyn march to protest police brutality in the wake of several videos showing violent arrests. It comes as police say an officer involved in one of the arrests has been placed on modified … Continue reading

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Ambush suspect manhunt focused on abandoned hotel

AOL – by Michael Rubinkam DELAWARE WATER GAP, Pa. (AP) — Julie Martin spots an immature hemlock tree and crawls underneath it. Though she’s only a few feet away from the trail, Martin remains motionless – and invisible. The point of … Continue reading

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Man Arrested at Border with 50 Turtles Tucked in His Underpants

Novi Patch – by Beth Dabley A Windsor, Ontario, man was arrested Wednesday by border patrol agents after he allegedly tried to smuggle more than 50 turtles hidden in his underpants and strapped elsewhere to his body into the United … Continue reading

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KARE 11 Investigates: VA records show vet rescheduled appointment after death

KARE 11 MINNEAPOLIS – According to official medical records, a former Minnesota Marine apparently contacted the Minneapolis VA from his grave to cancel an existing appointment and reschedule it. Jordan Buisman’s family believes his medical records were falsified to hide … Continue reading

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Why Shellshock is bad news for the Internet of things

Washington Post – by Andrea Peterson A major flaw in a piece of open source code that affects Mac OS X and Linux users has cybersecurity professionals scrambling to identify and patch vulnerable machines — but embedded devices making up … Continue reading

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Fortune 5: The biggest organized crime groups in the world

Fortune – by Chris Matthews Cyber crime is grabbing the headlines these days, but the largest criminal gangs are still making most of their money from drugs, sex, and extortion. It’s tough to go even a few months without seeing … Continue reading

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U.S. Will Pay $554M Settlement to Navajo Nation

AOL The U.S. has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation more than half a billion dollars for mismanaging reservation resources and leaving the largest Native American tribe in the country at incredible disadvantages for decades. The $554 million agreement negotiated … Continue reading

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Miss a Payment? Good Luck Moving That Car

New York Times – by MICHAEL CORKERY and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG The thermometer showed a 103.5-degree fever, and her 10-year-old’s asthma was flaring up. Mary Bolender, who lives in Las Vegas, needed to get her daughter to an emergency room, but … Continue reading

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Activist sues city for violation of free-speech rights

New York Post – by Rich Calder A Harlem activist — once dubbed a “professional agitator” by the NYPD for filming cops conducting stop-and-frisks — slapped the city with a lawsuit Wednesday claiming police officers have repeatedly violated her free-speech … Continue reading

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2 supervisors killed in Alabama UPS shooting

AOL – by KIM CHANDLER and JAY REEVES BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Two longtime UPS employees killed in a shooting at a package-processing facility in Alabama were supervisors who had worked for the shipping giant for years, the company said … Continue reading

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Fraudulent Transactions Surface in Wake of Home Depot Breach

Wall Street Journal – by Robin Sidel A large data breach at Home Depot Inc. HD +1.67% has started to trigger fraudulent transactions that are rippling across financial institutions and, in some cases, draining cash from customer bank accounts, according … Continue reading

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Pink Floyd- Another Brick in the Wall

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Wilbert Harrison-Lets Work Together Parts I & II

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Relatives: Vet arrested at White House needs help

AOL MIDLAND, Texas (AP) – An Iraq war veteran accused of scaling a fence and making it into the White House before the Secret Service stopped him owns several guns that he could have brought with him if he had … Continue reading

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Police say rifle carried by ambush suspect found

AOL – by Kathy Matheson CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) – Nine days after a gunman opened fire in a deadly ambush at a Pennsylvania state police barracks, authorities said Sunday they have recovered one of the weapons he was carrying and … Continue reading

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