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  • Turkish officials: Group within Turkish military stage attempted uprising

    ANKARA, Turkey – Turkey’s prime minister says a group within the Turkish military has engaged in what appears to be an attempted uprising. “It is correct that there was an attempt,” Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told NTV television when asked if there was a coup. A report from the U.S. Embassy in Ankara said military-appearing jets had been flying low over the city for about an hour, CNN reports. Yildirim wouldn’t provide details but said that Turkey would never […]

  • Oklahoma City officers concerned after ambush on Dallas police during protest

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Law enforcement agencies across the state are in shock following the deadly shooting of officers in Dallas on Thursday night. The Dallas mayor’s office says 12 officers were shot during  a peaceful protest in the downtown area. Five died from their injuries and seven others are recovering. Of the five police officers killed in the shootings in Dallas, four were Dallas police officers and one was a Dallas Area Rapid Transit police officer, mayor’s spokesman Scott Goldstein said […]

  • Sailor’s drowning death during Navy SEAL training ruled a homicide

    NORFOLK, Va. – James Derek Lovelace’s death following a difficult Navy training drill appeared to be a tragic accident. However, new details following an investigation have caused the San Diego medical examiner to rule his death as a homicide. The 21-year-old had just joined the Navy and was wrapping up the last day of his first week of SEAL training. The training exercise Lovelace was attempting is part of what’s called ‘drown proofing,’ where participants wear a camouflage utility uniform […]

  • Reports: Shooting at German movie theater leaves 25 injured

    VIERNHEIM, Germany -A mass shooting at a cinema in Viernheim, Germany, has left at least 25 people injured, German public TV reported Thursday. Viernheim is in western Germany, near Frankfurt. The shooter entered the cinema, apparently heavily armed, around 3 p.m. local time, authorities said. “We don’t know who the shooter is or what kind of weapons he has, but the possibility this could be a terror attack is crossing the minds of people here in Germany,” CNN’s Atika Shubert […]

  • 3-year-old toddlers die from heat exhaustion after sneaking out of home

    BOSSIER CITY, La. – Twin toddlers died after they were found unresponsive in a pickup truck outside of their home. The Bossier City Police Department says a 3-year-old boy and girl died from heat exhaustion after they were found in the truck on Saturday afternoon. “Neighbors tell police the children’s mother, who was home at the time, had contacted them saying she was looking for the children,” a statement from the police department read. Rhonda Matthews, the victims’ next-door neighbor, […]

  • Father of American killed in Paris attacks files lawsuit against social media sites

    PARIS, France – The father of the only American who was killed during a terrorist attack in France is now suing several social media sites for helping the terrorist organization. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks in Paris that claimed the lives of 129 people and injured hundreds of others. Nohemi Gonzalez was one of the victims whose lives were lost during the attack. Now, Gonzalez’s father has filed a lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook and Google for knowingly allowing members […]

  • Orlando shooter’s wife may face charges for not alerting authorities to attack plan

    ORLANDO, Fla. – Authorities say the wife of a man who killed 49 people and injured 53 others may face charges for the attack her husband carried out. Early Sunday morning, police say 29-year-old Omar Mateen opened fire inside Pulse nightclub. Mateen was killed in a shootout with police after saying he admired the leader of ISIS and other Americans who turned into terrorists. Now, investigators are considering filing charges against Matten’s wife, Noor Zahi Salman. Salman told FBI agents […]

  • Protest breaks out on House of Representatives floor after moment of silence for Orlando victims

    WASHINGTON – Tragedies tend to bring people together, but the largest mass shooting in United States history has sparked political fights at the Capitol. In all, 49 victims were killed when a gunman opened fire inside an Orlando nightclub this past weekend. On Monday, the U.S. House of Representatives sought to have a moment of silence to remember the victims of the massacre. However, several representatives felt that more needed to be done to honor the victims. Connecticut Rep. Jim […]

  • No charges will be filed on officers involved in Jamar Clark shooting

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Federal officials announced today at a press conference that no charges will be filed against the officers involved in the shooting of Jamar Clark. No civil rights charges in shooting death of Jamar Clark — NBC News (@NBCNews) June 1, 2016 The 24 year old was fatally shot by police last November when officers responded to a reported assault. Authorities say that the months long investigation of the shooting did not establish enough evidence to charge the two officers […]

  • State Department issues travel alert for Americans heading to Europe this summer

    WASHINGTON – Summer is just around the corner and many Americans are planning vacations across the globe. Now, the U.S. State Department is warning Americans traveling to Europe about the risk of terror attacks this summer. “The large number of tourists visiting Europe in the summer months will present greater targets for terrorist planning attacks in public locations, especially at large events,” the State Department said in a travel advisory on Tuesday. The travel alert points to major sporting events, […]

  • New study takes a closer look at cell phone radiation, cancer

    WASHINGTON – It’s a debate that has gone on for years, but a new study is making researchers take a closer look at cell phone radiation. Although the full report has not been released, the U.S. National Toxicology Program announced that it is releasing partial findings early. Officials told NBC News that the male rats exposed to constant, heavy doses of certain types of cellphone radiation develop brain and heart tumors. However, female rats didn’t, and even the rats who […]