Protestors in Thailand took to the streets and allege that Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s government is paving the way for her brother, Thaksin, to return home. The WSJ’s Warangkana Chomchuen tells us why Ms. Yingluck may have to dissolve her government.
Warning: Graphic footage. The Los Angeles International Airport says police are responding to an incident at the airport. California media reports that a gunman with a high powered rifle has been shot by law enforcement.
Chris Brown might’ve just caught himself a break because there was a slight mixup in the police report that could work out in the singer’s favor. The initial report stated that Brown’s bodyguard – not Brown himself – threw the first punch and broke the alleged victim’s nose.
San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore called ex-Mayor Bob Filner ‘a black eye’ for the city in discussing Filner’s sexual harassment case. Filner pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony and misdemeanor charges. (Oct. 15)
A retired police officer opened fire on the federal courthouse in Wheeling, West Virginia on Wednesday. Security officers returned fire and killed the retired officer. (Oct. 10)
David Loewenberg, a 21-year-old intern who lives a block away from the Capitol, captured officers running away from the black car with a child.
Federal, state and local authorities are searching a building in Stamford, Connecticut in connection with Thursday’s chase in Washington, DC. A Connecticut woman is identified as the driver who police shot dead near the US Capitol. (Oct. 4)
Chaos ensued as a car chase starting at the White House ended at the Capitol building with gunfire. Filmed at Maryland Avenue and 3rd Street SW. Video courtesy of Chris Huller.
A would-be gunman’s weapon jammed during robbery attempt at a Forth Worth McDonald’s. Police say the suspect pointed the gun at several diners but the gun didn’t discharge. (Sept. 27)
Police in Clayton County, Georgia say a 14-year-old girl was abducted from her home during a robbery. The FBI has joined the search for Ayvani Hope Perez. (Sept. 18)