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British police investigating a phone hacking scandal that led to the closure of a leading tabloid said Tuesday they have released a suspect from bail.
Carryout restaurants, dollar stores and neighborhood markets were among the 13 businesses raided as part of the Metropolitan Police Department's efforts to crack down on the sale of stolen merchandise, police said Tuesday.
British police made six arrests early Tuesday in the British media's phone-hacking scandal, including Rebekah Brooks, the former top executive of Rupert Murdoch's News International, the Associated Press has learned.
Metropolitan police said Saturday afternoon that the District's 911 system was restored after announcing earlier in the day that the call function was "temporarily inoperable."
The American Civil Liberties Union sounded the alarm on Wednesday over police officers' ability to use cellphone signals and license-plate-reading technology to track people inside the District.
Rupert Murdoch's top-selling U.K. tabloid, the Sun, had a culture of making illegal payments to corrupt public officials in return for stories, a senior British police officer said Monday.
Rupert Murdoch's top-selling U.K. tabloid, The Sun, had a culture of making illegal payments to corrupt public officials in return for stories, a senior British police officer said Monday.
It is murder most foul in the waters of the River Thames at Henley, the home of Olympic rowing, and by the time the villain is caught, the reader has also been offered what feels like a graduate course in the grueling sport.
Thai police were questioning a Lebanese man with alleged links to Hezbollah militants as the U.S. Embassy and Israel warned Friday of a "real and credible" terrorist threat against Americans and Israelis in Bangkok. Police said a bombing had been planned and another suspect was at large.