McDonald's drive-thru pit stop leads to Facebook killer

Stephens live-broadcast a video Sunday on Facebook in which he stops Godwin on the street and asked him to say the name Joy Lane - later found to be Stephens' estranged girlfriend. "I am pretty sure he figured out that we were on to him", DuCharme, the owner, told GoErie.com. In the video, Stephens told Godwin the name of his girlfriend and said, "She's the reason that this is about to happen to you" - Godwin did not seem to recognise the name. Read More

Sessions expands program to combat crime on tribal lands

In a meeting with representatives of law enforcement and government agencies, Sessions claimed gangs like MS-13 are one of the biggest threats facing the U.S. "I promised to get tough and we are!" Now, he's going after a criminal organization involved in both. As part of the program, the Justice Department will hold a series of "listening sessions" with tribal leaders and law enforcement officials to better understand the challenges Indian reservations face in addressing crime. Read More

West Virginia to host NCAA rifle championships in 2019

West Virginia to host NCAA rifle championships in 2019

The people at OSU and in the community make Stillwater a great destination for events as prestigious as these. I think the NCAA realizes what a good course we have here. As for tennis, both the men and women squads are now ranked in the top-10 in the country. The IU Natatorium has already hosted the women's Division I championship meet 9 times, most recently this past season in 2017. Read More

Gorsuch sworn in as Supreme Court justice

During a private ceremony Monday, Gorsuch was sworn in by Justice Anthony Kennedy, for whom he clerked years ago. It was the fulfilment of a vital campaign promise made by Mr. El-Masri was eventually released after the Central Intelligence Agency admitted it had made a mistake. You may call Gorsuch whatever you like-interloper, cipher, beneficiary of a stolen seat-but his formal title is now "Justice". Read More

Arkansas judge blocks use of lethal injection drugs

If the rulings are overturned by Monday night, the state will be prepared to execute at least one inmate, according to local TV station KATV. Protesters gather outside the state Capitol building on Friday, April 14, 2017, in Little Rock, Ark., to voice their opposition to Arkansas' seven upcoming executions. Read More

Trump claims immunity as president from protesters' lawsuit

Trump claims immunity as president from protesters' lawsuit

Three people who claim they were assaulted at the Trump rally filed a lawsuit previous year against Trump, his campaign, Heimbach and Bamberger. The lawyers feel that if Bamberg is found liable, Trump or his campaign should be as well due to the fact that "Trump and/or Trump campaign urged and inspired Bamberger to act as he did". Read More

LGBTI groups lament confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to US Supreme Court

LGBTI groups lament confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to US Supreme Court

The Senate confirm Gorsuch 54-45 with three Democrats siding with Republicans - Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Joe Donnelly of IN and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota. The Senate did its job and I look forward now to seeing Judge Gorsuch on the court". John Thune, R-S.D. "And now we have a great justice on the Supreme Court". Read More

North Korea vows to respond to United States aggression with 'nuclear attack'

North Korea displayed what appeared to be new intercontinental ballistic missiles among other military hardware on Saturday at a parade in central Pyongyang commemorating the country's late founder Kim Il Sung, as current leader Kim Jong Un looked on. Read More

Demonstrators in Chicago demand Trump release tax returns

Trump may have seen some of the protesters Saturday as he went by vehicle from Mar-a-Lago to his golf club in West Palm Beach. In September, he told ABC News, "I don't think anybody cares, except some members of the press". "Without seeing his taxes, we'll never really know who he's working for", said Dinkin, who expects the marches to draw at least 100,000 protesters. Read More

Justice Department drops North Carolina LGBT rights lawsuit

Justice Department drops North Carolina LGBT rights lawsuit

But House Bill 142, which was adopted three weeks ago, creates a moratorium on local nondiscrimination ordinances through December 1, 2020. "I don't think the schools are talking about pulling out by any stretch of the imagination", Swofford said. Read More

White House decides against releasing visitor records

White House decides against releasing visitor records

The Trump administration will not make its records of visitors to the White House available to the public, Time and The Washington Post reported Friday. If the public does not know who is visiting the White House, they can not know who has the ear of Trump and his team, potentially influencing policy and other major decisions. Read More

Conservative group's health ads slam top GOP lawmakers

Conservative group's health ads slam top GOP lawmakers

The conservative Club for Growth is targeting powerful committee chairmen and other top Republicans, part of an aggressive ad campaign to rally support for the GOP's struggling health care overhaul effort . He has called for working with Democrats on a new health care reform approach. A fiscally conservative Washington advocacy group has launched ads against Republican U.S. Read More

Lawyer: Dragged passenger 'poster child' for airline abuses

It's a potential travel sacrifice for the IT auditor, who lives in Indianapolis and flies United . In making that assurance, Burke was referring to the role of the aviation officers, who have police training but are not armed with guns. CEO Munoz is under pressure to contain a torrent of bad publicity and calls to boycott United , including from China, where people have been angered because Dao was an Asian-American passenger. Read More

Wikileaks Is a 'Hostile Intelligence Service' Aided by Russia — CIA Director

He once said the invasion of Afghanistan was a mistake, though he later said that he "always supported" USA involvement in the country. Afghanistan officials say the USA attack on a tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan with the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the us military has left 36 Islamic State group fighters dead. Read More

Sen. Mark Warner: No Evidence To Support Trump's Political Snooping Claims

Sen. Mark Warner: No Evidence To Support Trump's Political Snooping Claims

He declined to say if he had personally reviewed new intelligence to bolster his claim but pledged to explain himself "at the right time ". "Americans deserve to know if Pres Obamas National Security Adviser was involved in unmasking Trump transition figures for political purposes", tweeted South Carolina Sen. Read More

Border turns quiet under Trump amid steep drop in arrests

The government meant to have successful bidders build prototypes in San Diego this year before selecting a final design. A federal database showed around 200 companies responded to the government request, according to the Washington Post last week. Read More

Feds drop request of Twitter to unveil Trump critic

Feds drop request of Twitter to unveil Trump critic

The account described its users to The Associated Press in February as employees and former employees of the agency. The American Civil Liberties Union welcomed the government's decision to back down, tweeting: "Big victory for free speech and right to dissent". Read More

Dallas emergency siren system hacked

Dallas emergency siren system hacked

Officials say fire dispatch crews had to manually shut off the sirens. The city says they're trying to determine what caused the malfunction. The city can not say how the system was hacked, but it believes the hack was done within the Dallas area. Read More

Steve Perry will not perform with Journey at Rock Hall ceremony: rep

Adding, "Frankly, I gave up on it a long time ago". Musician Neil Young was originally scheduled to introduce Pearl Jam but cancelled - because of an illness - and has been replaced by former Late Show host David Letterman, the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame announced on Twitter . Read More

US Strikes Syrian Air Base in Retaliation for Chemical Weapons Attack

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told reporters that the Australian government supported the "swift and just response" of the US airstrikes. "Why do we keep broadcasting when we are going to attack Syria". "The US has informed the European Union that these strikes were limited and seek to deter further chemical weapons atrocities", Juncker said in a statement. Read More