Police searched the airport after hearing reports of possible gunfire around 8:45 p.m.in Terminal 8. Amid the chaos, a man dressed as Zorro was arrested. "It was like a snowball, like dominoes, however you want to describe it". Officers are working to determine the source of the noises. The false alarm comes as police investigate whether a raucous Olympics celebration August 14 led to noises people believed were shots at New York's Kennedy Airport, with the ensuing chain reaction turning ...
Michael Johnson, 28, of Baraga, is now in the Anoka County Jail after crashing a truck that killed 25-year-old Alan J. Swartz of Baraga, and 23-year-old James F. The seven who were injured are expected to survive, the patrol said. The Keweeknaw Bay Indian Community says the deceased firefighters will return home to MI on Tuesday.
This story is developing. Similarly, U2 frontman Bono, another Clinton Foundation supporter, was unsuccessful in his attempt to get Secretary of State Clinton's help in setting up a live broadcast link to the International Space Station for concerts.
At one point, the Iranian boat came within 200 yards of one of the US Navy boats. The ships came within 300 yards of the USS Nitze , a move that USA officials called "unsafe and unprofessional". "This situation presented a drastically increased risk of collision, and the Iranian vessel refused to safely maneuver in accordance with internationally recognized maritime rules of the road", said Urban.
Trump's immigration policy now sounds very much like the bipartisan reform bill passed by the Senate three years ago before hard-liners killed it in the House, calling it an "amnesty bill". They can also unlock "up to 8 levels of activist badges", with names like "Apprentice", the name of his reality television show , and "Big League", a phrase commonly used by the Republican nominee on the campaign trail.
A day after labeling Clinton "a bigot" at a MS rally, Trump continued making the case that Democrats have taken their minority support for granted. The alt-right has been described as a loose movement, largely fueled online, that ranges from fringe conservatism to white nationalism, racism and anti-Semitism.