A 19-year-old student carrying a fake pistol who forced his way into the Dutch national broadcaster and demanded airtime has told detectives he was acting alone and had no links to any terror organization, police said Friday.
Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight was arrested early Friday on a murder charge in a fatal hit-and-run. Knight was arrested at about 3 a.m. and was being held on $2 million bail, said Sgt. Diane Hecht of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's information office.
We’ve rounded up the 5 things you need to know before the opening bell rings on your day: a new anti-terrorism law, cutbacks for the premier of Alberta; backlash over language in Quebec, a Winnipeg water update and bragging rights for two Canadian cities. But we also added one more fun thing, just because...
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will unveil new anti-terrorism laws that sources say will allow police to detain a terror suspect for longer without charges and improve information sharing among security agencies.
Just four bits of information gleaned from a shopper's credit card can be used to identify almost anyone, suggesting that even anonymous big data sets can breach individual privacy, researchers said Thursday.
The South African government Friday granted parole to Eugene de Kock, the head of a covert unit for the apartheid state responsible for dozens of deaths, saying it is in the interest of national reconciliation. But those who knew de Kock's victims are struggling to accept his release.
Back in December, Instagram reported that it had passed the 300 million monthly user mark and in doing so had officially outmuscled Twitter's 284 million user count. However, it looks as if the photo-sharing site was a little premature.