People believed trapped under toppled hotel after 6.4 magnitude earthquake shakes Taiwan

earthquake near Taiwan's coast

February 6, 2018  FoxNews

A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday near the coast of Taiwan, shaking and toppling buildings, and leaving several people feared trapped under the rubble of a hotel, according to local reports and postings on social media. Continue reading People believed trapped under toppled hotel after 6.4 magnitude earthquake shakes Taiwan

Uniformed officer asked to leave ‘gun-free’ Outback Steakhouse because of service weapon

Outback Steakhouse

February 6, 2018  FoxNews

A uniformed officer carrying his service weapon was asked to leave an Outback Steakhouse restaurant because it is a designated “gun-free zone.” Continue reading Uniformed officer asked to leave ‘gun-free’ Outback Steakhouse because of service weapon

Colorado deputy dies; 3rd law enforcement death in 5 weeks

Deputy Micah Flick

February 6, 2018  Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Authorities were investigating what happened before El Paso County Deputy Micah Flick was shot and became the third law enforcement officer to die in the line of duty in Colorado since New Year’s Eve. Continue reading Colorado deputy dies; 3rd law enforcement death in 5 weeks

She killed 115 people before the last Korean Olympics. Now she wonders: ‘Can my sins be pardoned?’

Kim Hyon-hui

February 6, 2018  The Washington Post

ut now, the reminders of what Kim Hyon-hui once did again seem to be everywhere. South Korea is hosting the Winter Olympics this month, and even seeing the Olympic rings gives her flashbacks to 30 years ago, the other time this country was preparing to host the Games. Then, Kim was an elite North Korean agent. She was acting on national orders. She boarded a South Korean passenger plane, carrying a time bomb. She left the bomb in an overhead bin. She exited the plane during a layover. The plane blew up. There was a manhunt for the perpetrators. Kim was captured. And then, Kim was taken for the first time to South Korea, arrested for an act of terrorism that killed 115 people and was designed to derail the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. Continue reading She killed 115 people before the last Korean Olympics. Now she wonders: ‘Can my sins be pardoned?’