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  • SWAT Teams From Around The Country To Compete In Simsbury

    SWAT Teams From Around The Country To Compete In Simsbury
    SIMSBURY — The 10th annual Connecticut SWAT Team Challenge, a three-day training event that will bring 32 police and military SWAT teams from around the country to the Metacon Gun Club in Simsbury, starts Aug. 18. The West Hartford Police...
  • Rwandan man accused of war crimes arrested near U.S.-Canada border

    Rwandan man accused of war crimes arrested near U.S.-Canada border
    A Rwandan man who the Canadian government has accused of war crimes was arrested when he crossed into the United States illegally this week, law enforcement officials said. Jean Leonard Teganya, 42, was arrested Sunday morning in northern Maine after...
  • Pictures in the News | July 16, 2014

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in McAllen, Texas, where immigrants wait in a holding cell at the U.S. Border Patrol station. Supporters of Jose Antonio Vargas, who was eventually released, held a vigil near the facility for those still inside....
  • The Week in Pictures | September 8 – 14, 2014

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. This week marked the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people at the World Trade Center, Pentagon and on Flight 93....
  • Pictures in the News | July 2, 2014

     
    In Wednesday's Pictures in the News a rainbow stretches across the sky over the Baltic Sea island of Usedom, near Trassenheide, Germany. New Delhi: A boy somersaults into water as monsoon rains are expected to arrive at India's capital in a couple of...
  • Pictures in the News | September 9, 2014

     
    Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins in California, where the wilderness near Yosemite National Park's iconic Half Dome has been completely evacuated as a wind-driven wildfire continued to spread through the area Tuesday. The Meadow fire, last measured...
  • Racial profiling provision of immigration bill scrutinized

    Racial profiling provision of immigration bill scrutinized
    A coalition of civil liberties and immigrant-rights advocates led by Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland wants to strengthen a provision in the Senate's sweeping immigration bill that would prohibit law enforcement agencies from racial profiling. The 867-page,...
  • Hannah Anderson, DiMaggio seen on highway 20 hours before house fire

    Hannah Anderson, DiMaggio seen on highway 20 hours before house fire
    Nearly 20 hours before James DiMaggio's house caught fire, the 40-year-old was already on the road with San Diego County teenager Hannah Anderson, as evidenced by a photograph taken at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint, officials said Tuesday. San Diego...
  • Border Patrol seizes 9 tons of pot at San Clemente checkpoint

    Border Patrol seizes 9 tons of pot at San Clemente checkpoint
    U.S. Border Patrol agents seized marijuana valued at more than $14 million at a San Clemente checkpoint, authorities said. The stash was discovered at 12:50 p.m. Thursday after agents stopped a 43-year-old man at the Interstate 5 checkpoint, authorities...
  • Detroit convict's bloody escape ends with pile of new charges

    Detroit convict's bloody escape ends with pile of new charges
    Abraham Pearson made it out of jail, but he never made it out of Detroit. Pearson, 25, who was awaiting sentencing for carjacking, robbery and weapons convictions, is facing a new stack of felony charges after his jail escape spurred a 14-hour search...
  • Ab Taylor dies at 88; famed tracker who worked to help children

    Ab Taylor dies at 88; famed tracker who worked to help children
    Ab Taylor, a plain-spoken Texan who became a legend in the arcane art of man-tracking during three decades with the U.S. Border Patrol and later taught children how to survive if they became lost in the wild, has died. He was 88. Taylor, who had...