A New Hampshire jury has found St. Paul’s School graduate Owen Labrie not guilty of the most serious charges in a case involving the alleged sexual assault of a 15-year-old freshman as part of the school’s “Senior Salute” tradition.
AshleyMadison.com CEO steps down CBC NEWS: Noel Biderman has stepped down as CEO of hacked infidelity website AshleyMadison.com and its parent company Avid Life Media.
71 bodies found in Austria truck BBC News: The bodies of 71 people, thought to be Syrian migrants, were found abandoned in a truck on an Austrian highway. Police have arrested 2 Bulgarians and 1 Hungarian in connection with the discovery.
Australian Border Force backtracks on random visa stops: The Australian: A controversial police operation to spot check visas in the streets of Melbourne, Australia, this weekend has been cancelled after it sparked community outrage.
NBA star Darryl Dawkins dies at 58 Sports Illustrated: Former NBA star Darryl Dawkins has died at age 58, local media reported Thursday.
Undercover Planned Parenthood Videos Were Altered, Analysis Finds: New York Times: A report commissioned by Planned Parenthood, completed by a private research firm, has concluded that the undercover videos released by abortion opponents were deceptively and misleadingly edited.
Migrants found dead in lorry in Austria - BBC News: BBC News: Austrian authorities say between “20 and 50” migrants have been found dead in a truck on a road in the eastern Austrian province of Burgenland.
One of two panda cubs born at National Zoo has died Washington Post: One of the two Giant Panda cubs born at the National Zoo in Washington, DC, has died, the zoo said Wednesday.
WDBJ7: The man suspected of killing two Virginia television station employees Wednesday morning shot himself on I-66 in Faquier County, according to state police.
Television reporter Alison Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward, 27, were killed in a shooting which took place during a live broadcast in Moneta, Va.
France formally opens terrorism probe in train attack: Associated Press: French authorities formally opened a terrorism investigation on Tuesday after a thwarted attack on a high-speed train last week, saying the suspected attacker had watched a radical Islamic video onboard minutes before the viol
IndyCar driver Justin Wilson dies after being hit by debris in race IndyStar: IndyCar driver Justin Wilson has died from a head injury suffered in a race at Pennsylvania’s Pocono Raceway on Sunday, officials said.
Shoreham air crash death toll 'rises to 11' - BBC News: BBC News: The death toll from the Shoreham air crash where a vintage jet plummeted into traffic on a main trunk road is thought to have risen to 11, police have said.
2 planes collide at Swiss airshow, killing at least 1: Associated Press: At least one person died when two small planes collided in the air and crashed at an airshow in northern Switzerland on Sunday, police said.The two planes were part of a formation of three and they crashed just before 11:30 local time after they touched each other in the air, according to Meinrad Stoecklin, a spokesman for police in Basel-Landschaft.
Two Police Officers and Suspect Shot in Troy, New York: NBC News: Two police officers were shot and wounded in Troy, New York, Saturday while investigating an attempted carjacking, police said.
The panda team at the National Zoo in Washington has announced the birth of a new cub to female panda Mei Xiang.
Scientists at the National Zoo in Washington say they’ve confirmed giant panda Mei Xiang is in labor and could give birth in the next 24 hours.
Blast hits chemical plant in east China, casualties unknown: Xinhua New Agency: A chemical plant exploded in Shandong, China, and sent fireballs ans smoke into the night sky.
'Casualties' as airshow plane crashes into cars on A27 at Shoreham - BBC News: https://www.breakingnews.com/topic/plane-crash-at-shoreham-airshow-aug-22-2015/BBC News: A Hawker Hunter plane crashed into several vehicles after failing to complete a loop at the Shoreham Airshow in West Sussex, England.
Americans Foil Gunman on Train, French Officials Say: The New York Times: A heavily armed gunman opened fire aboard a packed high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris late Friday afternoon, wounding several passengers before he was tackled and subdued by two Americans, according to French officials, who said the pair had averted a mass killing.