Father of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock was a psychopath and on the FBI's most wanted list
Law enforcement officials in the US have revealed some details about Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's personal life.
Guests Scanned at the Wynn in Glimpse of Las Vegas’s Future
The new security protocol, put in place after Sunday’s mass shooting nearby, is likely to become the norm on the Strip and possibly beyond.
Fanatics who view jihadi websites or far-right propaganda to get 15 years in prison
Repeatedly viewing terrorist material online will result in 15 years behind bars under new anti-radicalisation proposals put forward by UK home secretary Amber Rudd.
Turkey Orders 100s Detained in Latest Post-Coup Crackdown
The government of President Tayyip Erdogan has issued arrest warrants for 254 ministry staff members and local government officials in Istanbul on suspicion of their involvement in last year's coup attempt in Turkey, with a total of 67 suspects already detained.
Israel sees Assad winning Syria war, urges more U.S. involvement
srael’s defense minister said on Tuesday President Bashar al-Assad was winning Syria’s civil war and urged the United States to weigh in as Damascus’s Iranian and Hezbollah allies gain ground.
‘Nobody is safe’: French Parliament backs controversial anti-terrorism law
The French parliament has approved a new anti-terrorist bill, criticized by human rights activists as restrictive of civil liberties. Ahead of the vote, France’s interior minister Gerard Collomb said that “nobody is safe” in the country as “it is still in a state of war.”
Catalans Turn Out in Huge Post-Referendum Protest Against Police Violence
Organized strikes under way in Barcelona and parts of Catalan. National senators to dialogue tomorrow about solutions, some want Rajoy out of office.
U.S. Expels 15 Officials from Cuban Embassy After Bizarre Attacks
The Trump administration ordered the expulsion of 15 officials from Cuba’s embassy in Washington over the government’s failure to protect 22 U.S. citizens who were subjected to a series of unexplained health attacks in recent months.
Puerto Rico Governor's Dire Warning: Millions May Flee the Island
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello warned Tuesday that millions could flee the commonwealth for the U.S. mainland if sufficient aid doesn’t arrive soon to stem a crisis that’s been unfolding over the past two weeks.
Five arrested after 'homemade bomb' found in Paris
The Paris prosecutor has opened an anti-terror investigation after the discovery at the weekend of a homemade bomb at a building in Paris and five people have been arrested, sources close to the case said Monday.
Senate confirms FCC chairman to new five-year term
The U.S. Senate on Monday confirmed Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai for another five-year term on the telecommunications regulatory panel where he faces decisions over dismantling Obama-era internet protections and a major television station merger.
White House Looks at Replacing Social Security Numbers
The White House floated the idea of replacing the use of Social Security numbers as personal identifiers in the wake of the Equifax Inc. cyber hack.