Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
  • Patrick Kennedy opens up about family’s addiction secrets

    The son of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy is going where no Kennedy has gone before. […]

  • AP investigation: Nuclear smugglers sought terrorist buyers

    CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — Over the pulsating beat at an exclusive nightclub, the arms smuggler made his pitch to a client: 2.5 million euros for enough radioactive cesium to contaminate several city blocks. […]

  • Oregon shooter's mother wrote about guns in online forum

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The mother of a gunman who killed nine people and himself at an Oregon community college allowed her troubled son to have guns and acknowledged in online posts that he struggled with autism, but she didn't seem to know he was potentially violent. […]

  • Deep seas complicate search for ship lost in hurricane: investigator

    By Barbara Liston JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Reuters) - Deep seas will likely hamper efforts to find the sunken U.S. cargo ship lost off the Bahamas during Hurricane Joaquin, a federal safety investigator said on Tuesday, as a search for 32 missing crew ran into a sixth fruitless day. National Transportation Safety Board member Bella Dinh-Zarr spoke before her arrival in Jacksonville, Florida, to help […]

  • Oregon attorney general visits town shaken by college massacre

    Oregon's top law enforcement officer paid a visit to the grief-stricken town of Roseburg on Tuesday to meet with authorities investigating last week's massacre on a community college campus where a gunman killed his professor and eight classmates. The trip by state Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum comes a day before Oregon state police planned to hold a news conference to give an update on the […]

  • Journalist who allegedly helped hackers makes final pitch to jury

    (Please note that paragraph six contains language that may be offensive to some readers) By Sharon Bernstein SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - A lawyer for journalist Matthew Keys, accused of aiding members of the Anonymous hacking collective, told a jury on Tuesday that the U.S. government had not proven the criminal charges it filed over the incident. Keys was indicted in 2013 on three criminal […]

  • How Trump could help Main Street win one over Wall Street

    If Donald Trump reflects the zeitgeist, then some of America’s One Percenters are in trouble... […]