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    THOUSAND OAKS (AP) — Video from cameras worn by Ventura County Sheriff’s deputies who responded to the mass shooting at a Thousand Oaks bar in 2018, and recordings of calls for help, were released Tuesday and captured the chaos, horror and confusion of the massacre that left 13 people dead, including the gunman. FILE — Investigators work at the scene of a mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, Calif., on Nov. 8, 2018. (Getty Images) On the night of Nov. 7, 2018, 28-year-old Ian David Long, a Marine Corps. veteran, opened fire on hundreds of people at the Borderline bar, located at 99 Rolling Oaks Drive, killing 12 people, including a deputy. Long is believed to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Terrified patrons hiding from a gunman still stalking victims reported the shooting in whispers to dispatchers, while others sobbed over the trauma of an event still unfolding. Officers encountered patrons running for their lives and a man bleeding in the parking lot while friends tried to save him. The footage and audio...
    Two teenagers detained in the United Kingdom in connection to investigations into a British man who died at the scene after allegedly taking Jewish worshippers at a Texas synagogue hostage were released Wednesday without any criminal charges, according to British law enforcement. In providing an update Wednesday, Greater Manchester Police announced that the two teenagers arrested Sunday in South Manchester by officers from Counter Terrorism Policing North West had been released without charge after spending three nights in custody.  The nearly 11-hour-standoff at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas – about 15 miles northeast of Fort Worth – ended Saturday night with the 44-year-old alleged gunman, Malik Faisal Akram, dead. While no hostages were killed, Akram was heard demanding the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani national in prison for trying to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan who was dubbed "Lady Al Qaeda." TEXAS SYNAGOGUE HOSTAGE SUSPECT TIMELINE: MALIK FAISAL AKRAM'S CRIMINAL RECORD AND WHEN HE ENTERED US Several reports say the teens taken into custody were Akram’s sons, but police have not confirmed those reports.  Terrorism police also searched...
    Shawn Laval Smith, the suspected killer of 24-year-old UCLA grad student Brianna Kupfer, has a decade-long criminal history that spans both coasts. Los Angeles police have launched a hunt for Smith, 31, after Kupfer was found stabbed to death at her furniture store job last week. Smith remained on the loose early Wednesday and police have said that he should be considered armed and dangerous. LOS ANGELES POLICE ID SHAWN LAVAL SMITH AS SUSPECTED KILLER OF BRIANNA KUPFER Smith has a lengthy rap sheet with previous charges out of California, North Carolina and South Carolina. Online records show at least 11 arrests in Charleston, S.C., dating back to 2010, including a pending case for allegedly discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle on Nov. 13, 2019.  A series of mugshots showing Shawn Laval Smith from past arrests. ( ) In this case, Smith was accused of firing a flare gun into a car occupied by a man and his child. Records show he was released on Nov. 23, 2019, after posting $50,000 bond. The last court action was March 2020....
    OSLO, Norway (AP) — A psychiatrist who has observed a Norwegian far-right extremist who killed 77 people in 2011 and is seeking an early release from prison said Wednesday that Anders Behring Breivik “has the same diagnosis that he has had all along.” Breivik is serving Norway’s maximum 21-year sentence for setting off a bomb in Oslo’s government district and carrying out a shooting massacre at a summer camp for left-wing youth activists. Under Norwegian law, he was eligible for his first parole hearing after 10 years. The hearing started Tuesday at the high-security prison in Skien, south of Oslo. Psychiatrist Randi Rosenqvist said Wednesday that Breivik, 42, “has not changed (the) risk for future acts of violence compared to the way he was” when she first assessed him in 2012. “He is not consistent, and you cannot trust him,” Rosenqvist said while appearing as a witness for the prosecution. Speaking of Breivik’s behavior since the massacre, she said that he “changes tactics according to what he finds appropriate.” “He still has narcissistic traits. He still tends to construct scenarios....
    A Suffolk County man was busted driving a stolen car a day after he was released without bail on a previous offense, Nassau County police announced. Nassau County police officers on patrol at approximately 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14 stopped the driver of a 2003 Acura RSX on Old Country Road in Garden City after he failed to signal a lane change. During the subsequent traffic stop, police said that it was determined the vehicle had been reported out of Suffolk County, and the driver, Middle Island resident Nelson Priester, age 35, was taken into custody without incident. Priester was charged with: Third-degree criminal possession of stolen property; Unauthorized use of a vehicle; Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; Failure to signal. Further investigation found that on Friday, Jan. 13, Priester had been arrested and charged with: Third-degree criminal possession of stolen property; Possession of a forged instrument; Aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; Vehicle and traffic violations. Police noted that following his arrest on Jan. 13, he was released...
    Kathy and Ken Dunham, who lost their son Jake in the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill, show their tattoos from Jake’s last cards during a visit to the memorial at the closed Thousand Oaks club on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 as the one-year anniversary approaches. The couple comes weekly to the memorial to water plants and tidy up and are also part of a peer support group. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) People awaiting word of loved ones from the Borderline Bar & Grill shooting in Thousand Oaks at the Alex Fiore Teen Center in Thousand Oaks, CA. 13 people including a sheriff deputy and the shooter were killed in a mass shooting at the bar overnight. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Kelsey Escobar, 21, of San Diego, who was friend’s with victim Jake Dunham, visits the Borderline Bar & Grill mass shooting memorial in Thousand Oaks with Lynn Sanchez, of Thousand Oaks, earlier this month. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)...
    Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Malik McDowell was released on bail Tuesday night after being arrested for public exposure and beating a police deputy in Florida.  The 25-year-old was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting an officer with violence and exposing his sex organs in public. He was released after his bail was set at $27,000.  Deerfield Beach police were called after he wandered naked onto a preschool's property while on probation for driving drunk and assaulting a cop in 2019.  Video from the arrest on Monday shows the nude 6-foot-6, 295-pound McDowell surrounded by officers in the parking lot of The Learning Experience.    McDowell allegedly punched a deputy 'with extreme aggression' after the officer approached the naked Browns player as he sat on a curb, according to a police report obtained by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.  His lawyer claimed someone may have drugged the NFL player, after he was freed on bail. 'Somebody may have slipped him something or given him something that he wasn't aware of, which explains some of this bizarre behavior,' Adam Swickle told Local10.com.  'We’re investigating...
    Police in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday released footage of an armed carjacking that targeted a candidate for city council over the weekend. Nate Fleming was about to leave a gas station in the northwestern part of the city when a group of four men pulled up in an SUV and threatened him at gunpoint.  "This happened in broad daylight," Fleming said. "I'm angry this happened, we must do the work to eliminate the circumstances that led to this violent act." FLORIDA MAN ARRESTED IN CARJACKING CASE ALLEGEDLY CONFESSES TO KILLING MAN, LEADS COPS TO BODY The video shows the suspects pull into the gas station in an SUV, point a gun at Fleming at drive away in his BMW 328i, police say. Fleming tweeted on Saturday he was "shocked" when he was attacked but not surprised, "given the increase in carjackings and the crisis facing young people in this city. The perpetrators of violent crime are getting younger and younger." CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The suspects were all wearing hoodies and masks, the video shows. No arrests...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Video from cameras worn by deputies who responded to a mass shooting at a Southern California bar in 2018 and recordings of calls for help released Tuesday captured the chaos, horror and confusion of the massacre that left a dozen people dead. Terrified patrons hiding from a gunman still stalking victims reported the shooting in whispers to dispatchers, while others sobbed over the trauma of an event still unfolding. Officers encountered patrons running for their lives and a man bleeding in the parking lot while friends tried to save him. The footage and audio from the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting was released Tuesday by the Ventura County sheriff’s after a court fight by The Associated Press and other news outlets who sought the evidence under public records laws. While the evidence was documented in a more than 400-page report on the shooting released in July, it was the first time the video and call recordings were released. Investigators concluded that Ian David Long, 28, who served as a Marine in Afghanistan, felt college students disdained...
    HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong activist Edward Leung, who coined the now-banned slogan “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of our Times,” was released from prison Wednesday after spending four years behind bars for a 2016 protest. Leung was a prominent independence activist and the spokesman of Hong Kong Indigenous, a pro-independence group in the city that was outspoken about “localism” and the need to preserve a distinct Hong Kong identity. In 2018, the 30-year-old activist was convicted of assaulting a police officer and rioting during what is now known as the Fishball Revolution. The unrest began when authorities attempted to crack down on unlicensed hawkers selling street food during the 2016 Lunar New Year holidays in Mong Kok, but clashed with protesters who opposed their actions as an attack on local traditions. Initially sentenced to six years of imprisonment, Leung had his sentence reduced by two years for good behavior, according to local media reports. Leung’s release comes during a crackdown on political dissent in Hong Kong, with authorities arresting a majority of Hong Kong’s outspoken pro-democracy activists over...
    “I have a bullet wound right here,” the panicked caller can be heard telling a 911 operator, his voice trembling. “I have my best friend shot.” “I’m in the bathroom,” a young woman whispers, her voice barely audible. “I no longer hear the shots being fired.” Those and other emergency calls made on Nov. 7, 2018, as well as raw video from the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, were released Tuesday by Ventura County after litigation by the Los Angeles Times following a mass shooting that left 12 dead at the restaurant. The documents show the terror and chaos that emerged when former U.S. Marine machine gunner Ian David Long opened fire before midnight at the crowded bar, which was hosting college country music night. The records chronicle almost every moment after Long unleashed 61 rounds inside the bar, where 128 people were injured as they fled the bloody scene and 29 were hospitalized. California Friends took this photo at their favorite bar in Thousand Oaks. Minutes later, the shooting started In the wake...
    Paramount Anson Mount as Captain Pike “Star Trek” fans worldwide have been waiting to hear when and if “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” will be released and streamed on the Paramount+ network. For viewers who are not familiar, “Strange New Worlds” will be the story of Captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount), Number One (Rebecca Romijn), Spock (Ethan Peck), and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise — before Kirk took over.  In many ways, “Strange New Worlds” will be the show that Gene Roddenberry wanted back in 1964, as it will feature Pike and not Kirk. Roddenberry’s original attempt at a “Star Trek” pilot episode, known as “The Cage,” was famously rejected by NBC. Roddenberry and crew went back to the drawing board to write and film “Where No Man Has Gone Before,” which was less cerebral and featured more action.  Among the changes were that William Shatner was brought in as Captain James T. Kirk. That meant that Pike (played by actor Jeffrey Hunter) was written into the canon as an earlier captain and used in the two-part...
    A Connecticut school teacher has been arrested for allegedly leaving two children home alone while she traveled out of the state. Litchfield County resident Kerry Lyn Caviasca, age 36, of Watertown, was arrested on Saturday, Jan. 15, for leaving two children alone for two days and nights, said Detective Mark Conway, of the Watertown Police. According to Conway, the children are ages 9 and 11. She was charged with the risk of injury to a minor and released on a $5,000 bond. Caviasca teaches in New Haven County at West Side Middle School in the Waterbury school district. Waterbury Public Schools officials released a statement saying they had been informed of the allegation. "The alleged actions do not represent the values of our district," the district said. Caviasca is currently on leave.
    Peloton - which made a fortune pedaling high-end exercise bikes and treadmills during the first year of the pandemic - is now considering cutting jobs and will raise prices as demand for its equipment slumps amid record inflation. The fitness giant has sought help from consulting group McKinsey & Co. to get its finances in order after it slashed its future earnings outlook for 2022 by $1billion last November, down to between $4.4 billion and $4.8 billion.  The once-thriving company - whose stock reached $162.64 on December 24, 2021 - closed out the trading day last Friday at $31.33. In a leaked recording of an internal call, management discussed slashing jobs to offset its bleeding bottom line. As of June 30, 2021, Peloton employed 6,743 in the United States across its headquarters, showrooms and warehouses, and more than 1,000 more worldwide. One executive said 15 of Peloton's 123 showrooms 'are on the line' as the company seeks to trim expenses.   Management during a recent call discussed asking employees at retail stores to take on more responsibilities by manning customer service lines when...
    Getty Images Malik McDowell of the Cleveland Browns. Video showing police arresting Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Malik McDowell in Florida was released by TMZ on Tuesday. The video shows a naked McDowell laying on the ground surrounded by police with restraints around his wrists and legs. The 6-foot-6, 290-pound lineman appears agitated by police as they try to keep him on the ground. McDowell is later loaded onto a stretcher and taken away, with medics putting a sheet over his body. Play Cleveland Browns DL Malik McDowell's Naked Arrest Caught On VideoCleveland Browns defensive lineman Malik McDowell was completely naked while he was being arrested on Monday … new video, obtained by TMZ Sports, shows. In the footage, you can see the 6-foot-6, 290-pound football player did not have a single article of clothing on his body … as officers tried to subdue him in Deerfield…2022-01-18T19:22:55Z The South Florida Sentinel first reported the arrest of the Browns defensive tackle. The incident report obtained by the newspaper alleges that McDowell was seen walking naked near a school and then...
    The Biden White House this month pushed to protect scientific and statistical agencies like the U.S. Census Bureau from political interference in a report issued just days before newly disclosed documents showed the “unprecedented” extent of the Trump administration’s efforts to gain politically from the 2020 headcount. A report released last week by a White House task force said the American people have a right to expect from its government “accurate information, data, and evidence and scientifically-informed policies, practices, and communications.” “This requires scientific integrity — based on rigorous scientific research that is free from politically motivated suppression or distortion,” said the report from the Scientific Integrity Fast-Track Action Committee. Shortly after the report came out, new documents released over the weekend revealed that political appointees in the Trump administration’s Department of Commerce, which oversees the Census Bureau, tried to exert unusual influence on the 2020 census, the nation’s once-a-decade head count overseen by statisticians, demographers and government bureaucrats. The documents, made public through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the Brennan Center for Justice and first reported by...
    REISTERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — Someone deliberately started the two-alarm fire that torched a Reisterstown apartment building Monday night, authorities said. The Baltimore County Fire Department on Tuesday said an unnamed person has been charged with first-degree arson after investigators determined the fire was intentionally set. READ MORE: Councilman Mark Conway Announces Hearing On GTTF ReportNo one was hurt in the fire, according to preliminary details released by the fire department, but 20 residents were displaced. A dog also died in the fire. The fire erupted at an apartment complex on Brookebury Drive shortly after 8 p.m. Crews sounded a second alarm after arriving to find heavy flames coming from the building. The name of the person suspected of starting the fire was not immediately released Tuesday. READ MORE: Howard County Officials Announce $1,800 Bonuses For County's EducatorsCarlos Meier, who lives nearby, estimated Monday’s fire is the fourth unit he has seen burned in the decade or so he has lived in the area. “I feel for a lot of them,” Meier told WJZ. “They probably have to lose a lot of...
    CHICAGO (AP) — The white Chicago police officer whose fatal shooting of Black teen Laquan McDonald put the city at the center of a national debate about race and law enforcement is set to be released from prison next month after serving less than half of the 81-month sentence imposed three years ago. Kahalah Clay, chief legal counsel for the Illinois Prisoner Review Board, confirmed that Jason Van Dyke — who was convicted in October 2018 in the killing of the 17-year-old — will be released from prison on Feb. 3. She said she did not know where Van Dyke was being held. McDonald’s great uncle, Rev. Marvin Hunter, told media outlets over the weekend that authorities had notified him of Van Dyke’s pending release. “I’m hoping he’s learned the errors of his ways. I have always asked for justice and not revenge,” Hunter told the Chicago Sun-Times. “We got as much justice you could get with the players that were there at the time he was on trial.” The news of Van Dyke’s release after 39 months angered...
    OAK BROOK, Ill. (WLS) -- Oak Brook police are stepping up security in light of several recent crimes at Oakbrook Center Mall.A shooting near Nordstrom injured innocent shoppers around Christmas.SEE ALSO: Oak Brook mall shooting 911 calls released: 'Somebody's shooting the mall up'EMBED More News Videos Officials have released 911 calls for help from inside Oakbrook Center Mall where a shooting happened two days before Christmas. And thieves have made their way into two high end stores and have gotten away with expensive merchandise.Oak Brook Police Sergeant Reid Foltyniewicz joined ABC7 Tuesday morning to talk about the crime concerns.RELATED: 14 thieves take $120K in merchandise from Oak Brook mall Louis Vuitton in grab-and-run, police saySergeant Foltyniewicz talked about if they will continue to keep extra officers at the mall and if any of the stores go through safety training with the department.
    A New Jersey state trooper was hospitalized after being struck by a drunk driver investigating a crash on Route 80 Sunday morning, WRNJ reports. Dennis Clark, 25, was behind the wheel of a Ford Explorer when he struck the back of a marked troop car that had its emergency lights on in the westbound lanes near milepost 17.8 in Allamuchy Township just before 3:40 a.m., the outlet reports citing NJSP Sgt. Philip Curry. The trooper was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of minor injuries and has since been released. Meanwhile, Clark, of Saylorsburg, PA, was charged with DWI, assault by auto with DWI, and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer before being released pending a court appearance, the report says. Click here for more from WRNJ.
    SAN MATEO (BCN) — A sharp-eyed patrol officer spotted a passing vehicle reported as stolen Sunday and quickly made an arrest. The K9 officer — who is in charge of the department police dog — was on routine patrol at 5:43 p.m. in the area of East 4th Street and South Humboldt Street, when the officer saw a vehicle traveling east and recognized the license plate as one reported earlier as stolen, according to a news release issued Monday morning by the San Mateo Police Department. READ MORE: SF Citizen Detective Finds Her Missing License Plate on Identical Car Stolen From Another ResidentThe K9 officer followed the vehicle, confirmed it had been reported stolen and called for backup. READ MORE: Caltrans Predicts Highway 37 To Be Permanently Flooded by Mid-Century; Seeks Solutions For Vital CorridorWhen other officers arrived, the K9 officer performed a traffic stop and the suspect — identified as 35-year-old Luis Lopez Morales, of Stockton — was arrested and taken to the police station, where he was issued a citation for possession of a stolen vehicle and released....
    OROVILLE (CBS13) — The identity of the woman who was shot and killed at a hospital parking garage in Midtown Sacramento has now been released. According to the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office, 41-year-old Kimberly Sosa was the woman killed in the Jan. 5 shooting on K Street. READ MORE: Woman Reported Missing Found Dead In Crash Off I-80 In NatomasThe official identification comes after the murder suspect died after apparently shooting themselves while authorities were serving a search warrant in Oroville on Friday morning. The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said they were helping the Sacramento Police Department serve the search warrant at a home in the area of Via Laton. SWAT and other law enforcement officers surrounded the home. Several schools in the area went on a precautionary shelter in place, including Helen M. Wilcox and Golden Hills elementary schools as well as Las Plumas High School. READ MORE: Stockton School Employees Rescue Family From House FireDeputies say they eventually found the suspect dead with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Sacramento police have since revealed that the suspect was 41-year-old...
    Country music legend and pop culture icon Dolly Parton isn’t afraid to say what’s on her mind. In fact, the singer-songwriter has a never-ending list of zingers she likes to share with her audience. Parton’s fan base affectionately coined her words of wisdom as "Dollyisms" in 2009, and the term has stuck ever since. DOLLY PARTON SAYS SHE USES POND’S COLD CREAM AND THESE OTHER BEAUTY BRANDS  As Parton’s 76th birthday approaches on Jan. 19, the world is sure to hear more uplifting sayings from her melodic wordsmith mind. Here’s a look at some of Parton’s best takes on life, kindness, career, beauty, faith and courage.Life"Don't get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life." "Figure out who you are. Then do it on purpose." "We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails." "Life is sweeter when you have an attitude of gratitude!" "The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you have to put up with the rain." BETTY WHITE'S BEST LIFE LESSONS AND FUNNIEST QUOTES AS HER 100TH BIRTHDAY...
              by Bethany Blankley   More than 50,000 illegal immigrants released into the U.S. by Immigration and Customs Enforcement failed to report to their deportation proceedings during a five-month period analyzed last year, according to a report provided by the Department of Homeland Security to U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin. The report also states that ICE doesn’t have court information on more than 40,000 individuals it’s supposed to prosecute. “Between March and August 2021, as a result of the Biden Administration’s failed border policies, over 270,000 illegal aliens have been dispersed into the United States with little chance for removal,” Johnson said in an announcement accompanying the report, which didn’t include data from the other seven months of the year. Over the same time period, “over 50,000 illegal aliens – more than half of the aliens released into the interior of the United States under a Notice to Report (NTR) – failed to appear to begin deportation proceedings,” the DHS report states. The data was provided to Johnson, who sits on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, in response to a letter he...
    DAVID BECKHAM has received a huge Inter Miami transfer boost after finally offloading high-earning French World Cup winner Blaise Matuidi on a free transfer. Sporting director Chris Henderson refused to give much away on Monday about the 34 year-old’s future and would only say talks with his agent remain on-going. 2Blaise Matuidi has been released from his contract by MLS side Inter MiamiCredit: Getty 2Davis Beckham's Miami side aim to lure another high-profile star to south FloridaCredit: Getty But SunSport understands former Juventus midfielder Matuidi will leave the MLS club shortly and crucially open up a slot for another big hitter to come to south Florida. While Miami sources have denied Luis Suarez could arrive this summer after his deal at Atletico Madrid expires at the end of the season, with Matuidi gone at least Becks has space in the squad to do some more business.  Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi remain targets even if the former England skipper will have to wait his turn. Clubs here can only have three top earners - Designated Players (DP's) - and although...
    On the day that would have been Betty White's 100th birthday, the actress's assistant took to Facebook to post a photo believed to be one of her last. Betty White died at her Brentwood home on New Year’s Eve at the age of 99. In a post on White's Facebook page, her assistant, Kiersten, said the actress was radiant and happy. “On this special day, I wanted to share this photo of Betty,” White’s assistant wrote in the Facebook post. “It was taken on 12/20/21. I believe it’s one of the last photos of her. She was radiant and beautiful and as happy as ever.” BETTY WHITE CAUSE OF DEATH REVEALED The assistant also thanked people for spreading kindness in White’s honor. “Thanks to all of you who are doing kind things today and every day to make the world a better place,” Kiersten said. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER Betty White suffered a stroke almost a week before she died, according to a report...
    OAK BROOK, Ill. (WLS) -- Officials have released 911 calls for help from inside Oakbrook Center Mall where a shooting happened two days before Christmas.CALLER: I need, um, Oak Brook police department. DISPATCHER: What's going on there? CALLER: Somebody's shooting the mall up. Multiple innocent bystanders were hurt on December 23 when two men opened fire at each other in the eastern part of the mall next to Nordstrom.People who could not make it out of the building were told to find a safe spot to wait for police to arrive.DISPATCHER: Get anyone you can and try and get them to a safe, low location away from any windows and then lock down the store.CALLER: We're locking this down right here. The two men involved in the shooting were arrested and face several battery and weapons charges.WATCH: Witnesses describe shooting at Oakbrook CenterEMBED More News Videos Running, pancking and hiding: Witnesses describe the chaos that broke out during the shooting at Oakbrook Center Thursday evening.
    The United States government has released a new wanted poster for one of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán's sons who is sought on drug trafficking charges The poster included an updated snapshot of Joaquín 'El Chapito' Guzmán-López, 35, was released by the Department of State on Thursday along with a $5million reward for information leading to his arrest.  According to Borderlandbeat.com, the U.S. government had erroneously used a photograph of El Chapo's other César Guzmán, who reportedly is not involved in the narcotics business. Four of El Chapo's sons are either under indictment or under investigation by federal agents.  They include Joaquín, Ovidio Guzmán-López, Iván Archivaldo Guzmán Salazar and Jesús Alfredo Guzmán Salazar.  Last month, Homeland Security offered three $5 million bounties for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction for Joaquín's three brothers.    The United States on Thursday released an updated photo of Joaquín 'El Chapito' Guzmán-López, the son of Joaquín 'El Chapo, Guzmán. U.S. authorities are offering a $5 million reward to anyone who can provide information for his arrest and/or conviction Left is the new photo released by the U.S....
    Dr. Anthony Fauci and his wife are worth a whopping $10.4 million, at least, despite both being career bureaucrats. The dizzying figures were released by Sen. Roger Marshall, a Kansas Republican and physician who tangled with Fauci last week on Capitol Hill. Fauci was heard calling Marshall "a moron" on a hot mic, but the lawmaker got revenge when he released the Fauci financials days later. “BREAKING! I obtained Dr. Fauci’s previously unpublished financial disclosures," Marshall tweeted. "Dr. Fauci was completely dishonest about his disclosures being readily accessible to the public which is why I am releasing them now.” It's long been known that, with a reported salary of $434,312, Fauci is the highest-paid government worker in America, including President Joe Biden. Fauci's wife, Christine Grady, who is the National Institutes of Health’s chief bioethicist, earned more than $234,000 in 2020. But the pandemic power couple doesn't just bring home hefty paychecks — Fauci and Grady invest well. In 2020, they brought in nearly $800,000 in unrealized gains in investment accounts. The majority of Fauci’s...
    LONG BEACH (CBSLA) – An employee was shot and killed by a customer following a dispute at a bar in Long Beach late Sunday night, authorities said. The shooting occurred at 10:15 p.m. in the 1900 block of Willow Street, according to Long Beach police. It took place in a bar called the Crow’s Nest, the Long Beach Post reported. READ MORE: Orange County's COVID-19 Hospitalizations Rise To 1,200According to police, a male customer got into a verbal altercation with a male employee. The customer then pulled out a gun and opened fire, striking him. READ MORE: LA Mural, Tributes Honor Betty White On 100th BirthdayThe victim was rushed by ambulance to a hospital, where he died, police said. His name was not immediately released. The suspect was last seen running from the bar. A description was not immediately released. It’s unclear if investigators had surveillance video of the shooting or an identification for the suspect. MORE NEWS: 3 Men Arrested In Fatal Stabbing In KoreatownThe details of the dispute were not confirmed.
    The pilot of a medical helicopter that crash-landed outside a Philadelphia church last week with four people on board, including a sick baby, brushed aside claims that he was a hero, instead crediting a higher power with everyone's miraculous survival. 'I had God as my co-pilot that day, and we took care of the crew and we landed in His front yard, so that was kind of nice,' Daniel Moore told a crowd of well-wishers as he left Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia on a stretcher to be transported home on Sunday.  Moore had been at the hospital since last Tuesday, when the helicopter he was flying crashed outside Drexel Hill United Methodist Church in Delaware County. All four people on board, including a 2-month-old baby girl, a nurse and a flight medic, made it out alive.  Incredibly, no one on the ground was injured by the helicopter, despite it landing in a residential neighborhood, about a block away from local eateries and about half a mile from a school. Scroll down for video  Pilot Daniel Moore is pictured waving to...
    As we emerge from the pandemic, Joe Biden's economic policy bungling is driving America into a brick wall of malaise and stagflation. For those of us who lived through it, the comparisons to Jimmy Carter's failed presidency are hard to ignore.  So, why is the Biden administration so determined to ignore both the cause of Carter's economic failure and President Ronald Reagan's very successful formula for reversing it? Absent such an economic awakening, it's going to be a tough three years. Like Carter, the Biden administration is acting as though it can ignore fundamental economic problems forever. News flash – it can't. The longer we wait to seriously address inflation, labor shortages, and supply chain problems, the worse the threat of an inevitable and deep recession becomes. Case in point: On Wednesday Biden, claimed December's inflation report showed 'a meaningful reduction in headline inflation over last month' demonstrating that 'we are making progress in slowing the rate of price increases.' If you are a working or middle-class American that may have surprised you. The Bureau of Labor Statistics' actual report on...
    A seventh grader has died after he overdosed on fentanyl at his Hartford, Connecticut school last week. The 13-year-old boy, who has not been identified, was rushed to the hospital Thursday after he collapsed in gym class at Sports and Medical Sciences Academy. He died on Saturday, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin said.   Two other students who were exposed to the drugs Thursday were also taken to the hospital the same day, but later released.  In a statement released over the weekend, Bronin said that the city, 'grieves for this child lost, for his loved ones, his friends, his teachers' and the entire community at his school. 'We still have much to learn about the circumstances of this tragedy, and about how a child had access to such a shocking quantity of such deadly drugs, and our police (department) will continue their investigation and seek to hold accountable the adults who ultimately are responsible for this child's death,' Bronin added. Police responded to Sports and Medical Sciences Academy Thursday when three students were rushed to the hospital after being exposed to fentanyl. Drug...
    Two teenagers were arrested in England over suspected connections to the Texas synagogue hostage situation on Saturday. No details were released about the pair, although it is presumed they may be connected to Malik Faisal Akram, the individual identified as the hostage-taker. The teenagers were arrested "as part of the ongoing investigation into the attack," Greater Manchester Police said in a statement to the BBC. They were being held in custody for questioning. ARMED MAN IN TEXAS SYNAGOGUE SITUATION IDENTIFIED Akram was identified as the hostage-taker by the FBI on Sunday. No details were released about Akram except for his British citizenship. Akram arrived in the United States two weeks ago via New York's JFK International Airport, according to police sources. Akram, whom investigators say was "singularly focused on one issue" that was "not specifically related to the Jewish community," had entered the synagogue while a livestream was up. Akram claimed to be the brother of Aafia Siddiqui, a woman who was found guilty for the attempted murder of a U.S. soldier. Siddiqui's actual...
    BRENTFORD are reportedly in talks with former Tottenham and Inter Milan ace Christian Eriksen over a six-month deal. Eriksen collapsed during Denmark's Euro 2020 group stage opener against Finland. 1Erkisen is a free agent after being released by InterCredit: GETTY IMAGES Quick thinking from his captain Simon Kjaer and medical staff at the ground saved Eriksen's life, and he was transported to hospital and fitted with a implantable cardioverter-defibrillator. The device monitors his heart rhythm and can also send shocks to the heart if necessary. And the fitted device meant Eriksen was not cleared to compete in the Serie A and he was subsequently released by Inter. But according to The Athletic, Premier League newcomers Brentford have made an approach for the free agent, with Eriksen allowed to play in England with the ICD. Fellow Dane Thomas Frank is keen to use Eriksen's creative spark to help keep the Bees in the top flight for another season. A six-month deal is on the table and if things go well, there's an option to extend for a further year. More to...
    Country music singer Sara Evans filed for divorce from ex-Alabama quarterback Jay Barker months before he allegedly tried to run her over on Saturday, reports said. According to court records obtained by Scoop Nashville, Evans filed a complaint seeking divorce on Aug. 23, 2021, citing irreconcilable differences and inappropriate marital conduct. At the time, Evans also alleged Barker was guilty of inappropriate marital conduct, court records added.  Barker was arrested in Tennessee Saturday after he allegedly attempted to hit Evans and another person with a vehicle as they were leaving a party in Nashville around 1:30 a.m., the Tennessean reported, citing documents on file with Metro Nashville General Sessions Court. DALLAS FRAZIER, WRITER OF OAK RIDGE BOYS HIT ‘ELVIRA’ AND OTHER SONGS, DEAD AT 82 Former Alabama quarterback Jay Barker, left, and his wife country music singer Sara Evans arrive at the 46th annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on April 3, 2011. Barker was arrested Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022, on a felony domestic violence charge, Tennessee authorities said. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File) As Evans and the other person pulled...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A hospital sendoff to lift the spirits of a local hero. Emergency responders, hospital staff, family, and friends lined up to honor helicopter pilot Danial Moore as he was wheeled out on a stretcher and released from Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia.“I am pretty sure God was partly on the controls for that one,” Moore said Sunday. Moore was seriously injured when the medical aircraft he was flying crashed on the front lawn of the Drexel Hill United Methodist Church. Also on board, a 2-month-old baby, nurse, and flight medic. They were headed from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania to Children Hospital of Philadelphia. All survived.“I don’t really remember much of anything,” Moore said. “I remember waking up and seeing a whole company of firefighters looking down at me, that’s a really good feeling.” READ MORE: ‘We Need A Good Story’: Community Honors Heroes From Drexel Hill Helicopter CrashMoore also praised flight medic Kevin Chaffee, who was caught on camera after the crash carrying the baby girl from the wreckage.“I remember my flight medic Kevin Chafee taking a 2-month-old...
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The pilot of a medical helicopter that crash-landed without loss of life next to a church in a residential area of suburban Philadelphia last week expressed gratitude to his crew and first responders as he was released from a hospital Sunday. The pilot, whose name has not been officially released, was wheeled out of the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center emergency room Sunday morning to applause from police and first responders and spoke to reporters before being taken home by ambulance with a police escort. READ MORE: BWI Sees Flight Cancellations As Nor'Easter Sweeps Over Region“I’m just feeling fortunate, you know — I had God as my co-pilot that day and we took care of the crew and we landed in his front yard, so that was kind of nice,” he said. The Eurocopter EC135 medical helicopter owned by Denver-based Air Methods, part of the LifeNet program based in Hagerstown, Maryland, was also transporting an infant girl and two other crew members when it came down at about 1 p.m. Tuesday next to Drexel Hill United Methodist Church...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A hospital sendoff to  lift the spirits of a local hero. Emergency responders, hospital staff, family, and friends lined up to honor helicopter pilot Daniel Moore as he was wheeled out on a stretcher and released from Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia.“I am pretty sure God was partly on the controls for that one,” Moore said Sunday. Moore was seriously injured when the medical aircraft he was flying crashed on the front lawn of the Drexel Hill United Methodist Church. Also on board, a 2-month-old baby, nurse, and flight medic. They were headed from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania to Children Hospital of Philadelphia. All survived.“I don’t really remember much of anything,” Moore said. “I remember waking up and seeing a whole company of firefighters looking down at me that’s a really good feeling.” READ MORE: Philadelphia Weather: Potent Winter Storm System Set To Hit Delaware Valley Sunday NightMoore also praised flight medic Kevin Chaffee, who was caught on camera after the crash carrying the baby girl from the wreckage.“I remember my flight medic Kevin Chafee taking a 2-month-old...
    PHILADELPHIA -- The pilot credited for a miraculous crash landing in Pennsylvania was released from the hospital Sunday to a heroes welcome of first responders and family members, thankful he's alive.Danial Moore was piloting the medical helicopter Tuesday. He had a two month old patient on board he was transporting from Hagerstown to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The chopper crashed in front of Drexel Hill United Methodist Church."I had God as my co-pilot that day and we took on the care of the crew and when we landed in his front yard so that's kind of nice," said Moore as he was released from Penn Presbyterian Hospital.EMBED More News Videos Pilot released from hospital following helicopter crash in Drexel Hill He says his memory is in pieces. He remembers his medic taking the two month old infant to safety and he remembers his flight nurse dragging him away from the burning helicopter. If there's one thing he knows for certain, however, that landing was a miracle.Though hailed as a hero, he's giving credit to everyone else.RELATED: Infant, 3 crew members...
    Authorities have identified the man who took several people hostage at a Texas synagogue. The FBI confirmed on Sunday that the hostage-taker was 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram, a British citizen. Faisal, who investigators said was "singularly focused on one issue" that was "not specifically related to the Jewish community," was reported dead during a Saturday night press conference, and all the hostages were released. No other information was released by the FBI, and the terrorism task force "will continue to follow investigative leads," according to a news release from the federal agency. ALL HOSTAGES 'OUT ALIVE AND SAFE' FROM TEXAS SYNAGOGUE: GOVERNOR Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced the rescue after reporters on the scene claimed to hear a loud explosion. The hostages, all of whom are adults, are "not in need of medical attention," according to statements at a press conference. Faisal had previously identified himself on a stream as being related to Aafia Siddiqui, who is serving an 86-year sentence for the attempted murder of a U.S. soldier. However, Muhammad Siddiqui, the biological brother...
    THE man who took four hostages captive at a Texas synagogue has been identified by the FBI as British citizen Malik Faisal Akram. The deceased suspect kept members of the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville captive for almost 12 hours after storming the temple and demanding to speak to convicted terrorist Aafia Siddiqui. 1The man who took four hostages captive at a Texas synagogue has been identified At this time, FBI officials believe that Akram, 44, acted alone, the Star Telegram reported. The FBI's Evidence Response Team (ERT) is still processing evidence in the investigation at the synagogue. Late on Saturday night, Texas Governor Greg Abbott confirmed that all four people were taken out of the synagogue "alive and safe." The FBI confirmed that the man who took the hostages was killed after loud bangs and gunfire were heard inside the building. The incident was extraordinarily captured on the synagogue's livestream, with the captor demanding the release of Aafia Siddiqui. Most read in NewsSIEGE ENDS Texas synagogue's rabbi says he is 'grateful to be alive' as hostages are freedDON...
    All the hostages taken during a Shabbat service at Beth Israel Synagogue in Colleyville, TX have been released and are safe, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) tweeted Saturday night. Prayers answered. All hostages are out alive and safe. — Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) January 16, 2022 The gunman had initially taken four people hostage, including the congregation’s rabbi. He later released one hostage amid negotiations, who was uninjured. Multiple reports stated that the gunman had demanded the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist serving an 86-year-long sentence after being convicted of attempting to murder U.S. soldiers. This story is breaking and will be updated. Have a tip we should know? tips@mediaite.com
    COLLEYVILLE, Texas (AP) — Police say one hostage has been released uninjured from a Dallas-area synagogue where a man had been holding four people. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Activists are calling the upcoming release of Jacon Van Dyke from prison a slap in the face. In October 2018, Van Dyke was convicted of second-degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery in the 2014 death of Laquan McDonald. Three months later, he was sentenced to almost seven years in prison. READ MORE: Newborn Baby Found Dead Inside Duffle Bag Outside Fire Station In Chicago“If Jason Van Dyke is released, it will set us back for naught,” said community activist William Calloway. Saturday demonstrators at the 95th Street L Station called on CTA union members to stop service is Van Dyke is released. READ MORE: Violent Crime On CTA Buses, Trains Is At A Six-Year High And Is A Growing ProblemThe former CPD officer is scheduled to get out of prison on Feb. 3 after serving just over three years. In 2019, Van Dyke was moved to a state prison in Maryland. It was not immediately clear where he was being held as of Friday. MORE NEWS: Teen Found Shot In Parking Lot In Park ManorActivists want...
    Newly released video footage shows the moment a 20-year-old New Jersey man was fatally shot by an officer as he went on a destructive rampage driving a construction backhoe into several cars and homes last month.  Joshua Gonzalez of Millville was killed after police responded to calls of a man erratically driving a backhoe through the a Vineland neighborhood, a press release from Attorney General Andrew Bruck's office said.  The New Jersey Office of Attorney General released several bodycam and civilian videos along with 911 calls from the fatal police shooting early in the morning on December 18.  Joshua Gonzalez, was killed by police on December 18 as he drove a construction backhoe around Vineland, New Jersey damaging homes and cars throughout the area (Pictured: An officer is seen approaching the backhoe after Gonzalez was shot) Vineland Police Sgt. Louis Platania shot and killed Gonzalez after police attempted to stop him for about 30 minutes as he continued to chase them and damage police and civilian property (Pictured: An officer is seen checking on Gonzalez who is slumped on the floor...