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Source: Washington Post

Metro service suspended on Green Line between Branch Avenue and Naylor Road

Today 09:01 GMT

Shuttle buses established. Metro has suspended its Green Line service between Branch Avenue and Naylor Road stations as crews clear away track work.

#wmata. Metro said in an update that service on the Green Line remains suspended between Branch Avenue and Naylor Road station because of fire department activity outside the Suitland station. Green Line: Train service suspended btwn Branch Ave & Naylor Rd due to fire department activity outside Suitland.

Source: NBC News

Ohio judge shot in apparent ambush-style attack outside courthouse

Today 09:01 GMT

An Ohio judge was shot in an apparent ambush-style attack on his way into a local courthouse on Monday morning, according to Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department and NBC News affiliate WTOV.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation had assigned its Special Investigations, Crime Scene, and Cyber Units to investigate the shooting. He added that Bruzzese was Lifeflighted to a Pittsburgh-area hospital in stable condition.

Source: CBS News

Shootings leave 9 dead, 54 wounded in violent Chicago weekend

Today 09:00 GMT

 Nine people were killed and at least 54 others were wounded in shootings across Chicago between Friday evening and Monday morning, including a deadly drive-by shooting in which seven people were shot, reports CBS Chicago.

The male suspect suffered a graze wound to the neck and was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening.

Source: Global News

Barcelona attack: Death toll rises to 15 as manhunt for attacker expands

Today 09:01 GMT

The fugitive who mowed down tourists in Barcelona then stole a car and stabbed its owner to death as he made his getaway, Spanish authorities said Monday as they raised the death toll in the country’s two vehicle attacks to 15.. Younes Abouyaaqoub, 22, has been the target of an international manhunt since Thursday’s van attack in Barcelona.

READ MORE: Canadian killed in Barcelona attack father of Vancouver police officer. On Monday, mourners were still weeping and hugging each other as they visited the main memorial site of the Barcelona attack.

Source: Global News

Finland seeks pre-trial detention for 5 suspects in fatal knife attack

Today 09:01 GMT

Police in Finland on Monday requested that five Moroccan men be held in pre-trial detention following their arrest after a knife attack in the city of Turku killed two and injured eight.

READ MORE: Finland stabbings to be investigated as country’s first terror-related attack, police say. Mechkah will appear in court on Tuesday via video link from hospital. The National Bureau of Investigation said it was requesting that he be detained pending investigation “for two murders with terrorist intent and eight attempted murders with terrorist intent.”

Source: Fox News

Gianforte ordered photographed, fingerprinted for assault of reporter

Today 09:01 GMT

Republican Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte has been ordered to be photographed and fingerprinted for assaulting a reporter in May — opening the door for the congressman’s mugshot to be plastered in opponents’ campaign ads in next year’s election.

Gianforte had argued that he should not have to be photographed and fingerprinted because he never formally was arrested for attacking Ben Jacobs when The Guardian reporter tried to ask him a question about health care.

Source: CBS News

60 Minutes investigates first ISIS-claimed attack in U.S. and what the FBI knew

Monday 22:46 GMT

Here's the address of the local U.S. military officer and do what you can.". Anderson Cooper: Do you think Elton Simpson would have launched this attack if it wasn't for people in ISIS overseas who were online whispering in his ear?

The FBI closed the case on Elton Simpson in 2014, only to re-open it several weeks before the attack because of statements he made on social media. Seamus Hughes: It speaks to a larger problem the FBI has, which is you have an individual who pops into your radar in 2006, but doesn't commit an attack until 2015.

Source: CBS News

More children to be diagnosed with high blood pressure under new guidelines

Today 09:00 GMT

More children and teens are likely to be diagnosed and treated for high blood pressure under new guidelines released today by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

An estimated 3.5 percent of children and adolescents in the U.S. have hypertension, or abnormally high blood pressure, but experts say the actual prevalence is likely much higher as elevated blood pressure readings often go undetected.

Source: Common Domain

Pay TV avoids losing more than a million subscribers with advent of new streaming services

Today 09:01 GMT

Traditional pay TV, including cable and satellite, was supposed to lose more than a million subscribers during the second quarter.

However, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence, the trajectory of subscriber losses in pay TV continues to point to an unprecedented annual decline.

Source: NBC News

Bill Cosby's lawyer says comedian might testify at new trial

Today 09:00 GMT

Bill Cosby's retrial is months away, but his legal team is already floating the possibility that he could take the stand the second time around.

Some legal experts say it would be too risky for Cosby to testify, noting the damaging admissions he made about extramarital affairs and giving women drugs and money in a civil deposition that was used against him in the criminal case.

Source: Reuters

Vietnam's president calls for tougher internet controls

Monday 15:27 GMT

Vietnam's president called on Sunday for tougher controls on the internet in the face of dissidents who are using it to criticize the ruling Communist Party, and to combat threats to cybersecurity.

Vietnam's government has stepped up a crackdown on activists this year, but despite the arrest and sentencing of several high profile figures, there has been little sign of it silencing criticism on social media.

Source: NBC News

Secret Service: Trump's not our only problem

Today 09:00 GMT

The U.S. Secret Service is facing money problems — but that's not President Donald Trump's fault, the agency's director said Monday in response to a report that the First Family was straining protective resources.

Cummings echoed the sentiment, saying he plans to "introduce legislation to provide for this overtime pay every year instead of just every election year now that it's obvious this problem will continue throughout the Trump Administration.''

Source: The Guradian

Barcelona attack: suspected van driver shot dead by police west of city

Today 09:02 GMT

The last known member of the Barcelona terror cell has been shot dead after he was cornered by armed police while wearing a fake suicide vest.

Younes Abouyaaqoub was killed in a town 30 miles west of Barcelona, four days after he drove a van along the crowded tourist boulevard Las Ramblas, killing 13 people and injuring more than 130.. Police said Abouyaaqoub shouted “God is great” just before he was gunned down outside Subirats, shortly after local people called police to say they believed they had spotted him.

Source: New York Times

Finland Attack Suspect, a Moroccan Youth, Faces Murder Charges

Today 09:01 GMT

An 18-year-old Moroccan asylum seeker who is accused of killing two women in Finland’s first jihadist terrorist attack will appear in court on Tuesday by video link from his hospital room, the authorities said.

The police in southwest Finland got a tip at the beginning of this year about the suspect, who has been identified as Abderrahman Mechkah, saying he was “radicalized and interested in extremist thinking,” according to Jyri Rantala, a spokesman for the Finnish Security Intelligence Service, or SUPO.

Source: New York Times

Australia Plans More Barriers in Public Spaces After Attacks in Spain

Today 09:01 GMT

A few days after the vehicle attacks in Spain that killed 14 people, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia has unveiled a counterterrorism strategy to protect crowded public spaces.

The strategy identifies how to “make crowded places as resilient as possible to terrorist attacks while preserving our use and enjoyment of these places,” according to the text of the plan, which means it is essentially a guide for business owners on how to help prevent attacks or mitigate harm should one happen. The plan includes “information to help owners and operators better understand terrorist weapons and tactics,” which can include explosive devices, chemical weapons and vehicles, Mr. Turnbull said in a statement.

Source: Washington Post

That brutal, bizarre Chicago murder case began with sex and suicide fantasies, prosecutors say

Monday 11:46 GMT
Source: Common Domain

16-member White House arts committee is latest group to quit Trump

Sunday 15:26 GMT
Source: New York Times

Stocks Drop as Attacks in Spain Push Investors to Safe Havens

Saturday 13:35 GMT
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Cyberattack cost Maersk as much as $300 million and disrupted operations for 2 weeks

Saturday 09:55 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Brooklyn's social housing microgrid rewrites relationships with utility companies

Thursday 09:56 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger gets day off after spraining ankle

Sunday 20:00 GMT
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Ed Gillespie’s latest Trump headache is happening in his own backyard

Friday 22:47 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Finance Chiefs Look to Free Up Working Capital Ahead of Rate Increases

Today 09:01 GMT
Source: Washington Post

Treasury secretary’s wife boasts of travel on government plane, touts Hermes and Valentino fashion

Today 09:01 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Amazon says new accounting rule will change when it recognizes sales of its devices

Today 09:00 GMT
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A 19th Century Swiss Chateau Uniquely Located On Lake Geneva

Today 09:01 GMT
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Target revises reporting, after SEC calls out non-GAAP gross margin

Today 09:00 GMT
Source: Global News

Contact sports can alter the brains of even young, healthy athletes: study

Today 09:01 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Stock prices look attractive now — compared to bonds

Today 09:01 GMT

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