Gov. Abbott announces border "base camp" for troops
Governor Greg Abbott has announced the construction of a base camp for nearly 2,000 soldiers on the border. The camp will be located in Eagle Pass.
New report find federal failures led to prison deaths
In a new report, the Department of Justice highlights several failures by the Federal Bureau of Prisons that contributed to the deaths of hundreds of inmates. The report notes several problems, like lack of security cameras and staffing ...
Chief's parade shooting not linked to terrorism
The shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl victory rally was not a case of terrorism or homegrown violent extremism, authorities said Thursday. "This appeared to be a dispute between several people that ended in gunfire," said Kan...
Police disguise as teddy bear to capture alleged drug dealer
The Peruvian police took advantage of Valentine's Day season to capture an alleged drug dealer when an agent disguised as a teddy bear raided a house allegedly storing illegal substances.
At least three dead in protests over delayed election in Senegal
Security forces in Senegal have killed at least three people, including a 16-year-old boy, Landing Camara, during protests in recent days denouncing the president's decision to delay elections.
Fans stop active shooter during Super Bowl parade
A parade in the United States to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory has been interrupted by gunfire, with local police declaring one person killed out of a total of 22 injured.
Jeffrey Epstein's victims sue the F.B.I
A dozen victims of Jeffrey Epstein filed a lawsuit in federal court against the U.S. and the F.B.I., arguing that the agency failed to protect them from Epstein's sexual abuse.
One killed during mass shooting at Chief's Super Bowl Parade
At least one person was killed and nine others wounded by gunshots at the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade, the city Fire Department said. Two armed people are in custody, according to the police.
Subway shooting in New York kills one, injures five
New York City police said they are searching for a gunman who opened fire on a subway train and station platform in the Bronx, killing one man and injuring five other people.
More arrests over graffiti covered high-rise in L.A.
The building, located at 12th and South Flower streets, made headlines in recent weeks due to the extensive tagging that occurred on its exterior, on roughly 25 floors.
Woman opens fire at Joel Osteen's megachurch in Texas
A woman was killed by two off-duty officers after police said she opened fire with a long rifle inside celebrity pastor Joel Osteen's megachurch in Texas, sending worshippers rushing out of the building between busy Sunday services.
Congolese protest alleged U.S., Belgium support of Rwanda
Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo fired tear gas to disperse protesters who burned tires and U.S. and Belgian flags near Western embassies and United Nations offices in Kinshasa. They accuse the West of supporting neighboring Rw...
Off-duty cops stop female shooter at Texas church
Two off-duty law enforcement officers in Houston, Texas took down a woman who opened fire at Lakewood Church, one of the largest evangelical churches in the U.S., police said.
Bolsonaro surrenders passport in coup probe
Brazil's former President Jair Bolsonaro has surrendered his passport to police as part of an investigation into an alleged coup attempt after his 2022 election defeat. Authorities are also investigating the former president's senior aides.
Brazil police seize Bolsonaro's passport in coup probe
Brazilian police have confiscated former President Jair Bolsonaro's passport and accused him of editing a draft decree to overturn election results, pressuring military chiefs to join a coup attempt and plotting to jail a Supreme Court j...
Police fire tear gas as hundreds protest in Haiti
Hundreds of Haitians took to the streets to protest the unelected government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry, whose administration has seen alliances of violent gangs expand control across most of the capital and spread to nearby areas.
West-Bank communities say Israeli police protect settlers
Members of a Palestinian Bedouin community who have lived in the hills of the West Bank for decades, say they've been repeatedly attacked by Israeli settlers. And despite filing official complaints with the police, the settlers keep comi...
Terrorism ruled out after Paris rail stabbing spree
A knife attack early on Saturday in the Gare de Lyon rail station in Paris left three people wounded, police said. They said they had arrested the suspected attacker.
Argentine police battle protesters
Argentine police fired rubber bullets to disperse protesters gathered outside Congress as lawmakers debated the new president's sweeping economic, social and political reform package.
Brazil police probe Bolsonaro son over alleged spying
Police in Brazil raided the home and offices of former president Jair Bolsonaro's son Carlos as an investigation into accusations of illegal spying closed in on the far-right leader's inner circle.
Brazil spy probe reaches Bolsonaro's son
Brazilian federal police have searched properties linked to Carlos Bolsonaro, a son of former far-right President Jair Bolsonaro, as part of a probe into suspected illegal spying on political foes during his father's term, two sources sa...
Family demands justice in CBP fatal shooting
A family's desperate calls seeking justice for Raymond Mattia, an active Tohono O'odham member, go unanswered eight months after he was shot and killed by U.S. Border Patrol agents in Arizona. Family members of 58-year-old Mattia filed a...
Alabama set to execute inmate with nitrogen gas
Alabama will attempt to put an inmate to death with nitrogen gas, a never before used execution method that the state claims will be humane but critics call cruel and experimental.
Chicago murder suspect kills himself during standoff
An active manhunt for the armed and dangerous suspect wanted for shooting and killing eight people in the Chicago suburbs has come to an end. Texas law enforcement officials located Romeo Nance at a gas station and said during a standoff...
Relatives of Ecuador drug lord arrested
Argentinian authorities have arrested and deported the relatives of Ecuador's most wanted fugitive. The family of Jose Adolfo Macias - also known as Fito - were detained just a week after he escaped from an Ecuadorian prison in the city ...
DEA seizes record amount of fentanyl in 2023
The DEA says it seized more fentanyl across the U.S. last year than ever before, and in Arizona, over 380 pounds of fentanyl powder was recovered, and more than 40 million fentanyl pills. That accounts for over half of all fentanyl pill ...
Ecuador police arrest two suspects for prosecutor's murder
Authorities in Ecuador have arrested the suspected killers of a prosecutor and deployed soldiers to take control of a key prison as part of an ongoing "war" between the government and powerful criminal gangs.
Russian police make arrests as rare protests spread
Hundreds of supporters of a jailed rights activist staged a protest in the capital of Russia's Bashkortostan republic and police reportedly detained at least seven people. Protests began this week in support of minority rights activist F...
Report finds 'cascading failures' during Uvalde shooting
Police officials who responded to the deadly Uvalde, Texas, elementary school shooting waited far too long to confront the gunman, acted with “no urgency”, according to a Justice Department report.
Texas National Guard arrests migrants at the border
Members of the Texas National Guard have taken over the area and are refusing orders from the Biden administration to allow U.S. border agents in. Texas troopers have begun arresting migrants for the first time since taking control of Sh...