- Austin serial bombing suspect may have other devices 'out there,' cops uncover 'treasure trove of information'Authorities boasted of uncovering a \"treasure trove of information\" about the dead 24-year-old man identified as being behind the string of bombings that rocked Austin, Texas this month -- but officials warned other explosives may still be out there, and other collaborators may be on the loose.
- The serial bomber who terrorized Austin, Texas for three harrowing weeks blew himself to bits with his own device as cops closed in early Wednesday morning, officials said.
- The late wintry spell in eastern Europe isn\'t just causing problems for humans — bird experts say storks need a helping hand too.
- After battling with health issues, Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., announced that he would resign effective April 1.
- Harvey Weinstein’s company owes money to a slew of businesses and celebrities, including former first daughter Malia Obama, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro, new court documents revealed days after The Weinstein Company announced it filed for bankruptcy.
- Britney Spears is the new face of Kenzo.
- The Olympia Brewing Company frequently boasts about “the water” it uses to brew its namesake beer, but one man from Sacramento says their claim doesn’t hold any.
- Officials say a fierce gunbattle has killed four Indian government forces and four suspected militants in disputed Kashmir.
- Over the past three weeks, a string of package deliveries left at least two people dead and several others injured after explosions rocked their homes.
- The Anti-Defamation League is lashing out at one of Israel\'s chief rabbis for comparing black people to monkeys.
(McAllen, TX) — A fugitive from Venezuelan justice is waiting for a federal grand jury hearing in McAllen. Homeland Security investigators arrested Tirso Melean last week while serving a warrant on South “G” Street in McAllen. Federal investigators say Melean is in the U.S. illegally and is a wanted man in his native Venezuela for […]
(AP) – Senators are expected to press Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on the department’s efforts to secure state election systems as the Senate Intelligence Committee launches an effort to safeguard against foreign meddling in this year’s elections. Nielsen will testify Wednesday along with Jeh Johnson, who was President Barack Obama’s head of Homeland Security […]
(AP) – A Russian scientist who helped create the nerve agent that allegedly was used to poison an ex-spy in England says British accusations blaming Russia for the attack are false. Leonid Rink says the agent dubbed Novichok in the West had a different name when it was designed as a chemical weapon in the […]