Daily Archives: May 2, 2018


  • Police release body cam footage from Las Vegas Massacre

    Police release body cam footage from Las Vegas Massacre

    Las Vegas police have finally released partial footage from police body cameras that showed officers nearing the hotel room where gunman Stephen Paddock unleashed a hail of gunfire on concert-goers last October. The video released on Wednesday comes from officers Sgt. Joshua Bitsko and David Newton, the Las Vegas Journal-Review reported. The first officer to…




  • South Korea vows to keep US troops even if deal to end war reached

    South Korea vows to keep US troops even if deal to end war reached

    U.S. troops will remain in South Korea regardless of any peace treaty with the North, Seoul’s presidential office said today. “U.S. armed forces in Korea is an issue between South Korea and United States alliance,” spokesman Kim Eui-kyeom told reporters today on behalf of South Korean President Moon Jae In. “[Their presence] has nothing to…


  • ‘Rejected’ man guilty of boss murder

    ‘Rejected’ man guilty of boss murder

    Image copyright Sussex Police Image caption David Browning denied murdering Jillian Howell but admitted manslaughter A man who stabbed his boss to death and wrote “bully” on her forehead has been found guilty of her murder. David Browning, 52, admitted killing Jillian Howell on 26 October but claimed it was manslaughter on the grounds of…




  • Lawmakers In Both Parties In Talks To Save House Chaplain’s Job

    Lawmakers In Both Parties In Talks To Save House Chaplain’s Job

    Tom Williams via Getty Images Here’s House Chaplain Patrick Conroy sitting peacefully. House Speaker Paul Ryan abruptly fired him for some reason. WASHINGTON ― A Democratic congressman is quietly working with GOP colleagues to try to find a way to keep the chaplain of the House in his job, despite Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) abruptly…