US Ambassador to South Korea attacked in Seoul BBC News: The U.S. ambassador to South Korea was injured by an armed attacker in central Seoul on Thursday morning, the State Department confirmed.
After nearly 90 minutes of debate, readouts indicate the U.S. Supreme Court appears divided on ideological lines in the subsidies challenge to President Obama’s health care law.
AP: The Alabama Supreme Court ordered the state’s probate judges to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses on Tuesday night, saying a federal court used “sleight of hand” in a case that resulted in most of Alabama allowing same-sex marriage last month.
DOJ: Pattern of police bias in Ferguson, Mo. The New York Times: The U.S. Department of Justice found that Ferguson, Mo., police officers have violated the rights of black residents, accusing officers of excessive force and bias.
Los Angeles Times: The California Supreme Court ruled Monday that San Diego County’s blanket ban on where sex offenders may live is unconstitutional, raises the risk of homelessness, and hampered the ability of law enforcement to monitor parolees.
Los Angeles Times: A police shooting that left one person dead in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday was captured on cellphone video.
Minnie Minoso, the “Cuban Comet” and Chicago’s first black major league baseball player, died at the age of 90 in Chicago overnight.
New York Times: Immigration officials are moving to deport at least 150 Bosnians living in the United States who they believe took part in war crimes and “ethnic cleansing” during the bitter conflict that raged in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
No Shutdown For Now: Congress Passes Week-Long Homeland Security Patch: NBC News: Congress has narrowly averted a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security for one week, setting up another funding showdown for next Friday.
New York Times: Leonard Nimoy who played Mr. Spock in the television and movie juggernaut “Star Trek,” died on Friday morning at his home in Los Angeles.
After more than a year of heated public debate, the FCC has passed “net neutrality” rules that will regulate broadband providers in the same way as public utilities.
ESPN: Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been reinstated after U.S. District Court Judge David Doty ruled in the NFL Players Association’s lawsuit against the NFL on Peterson’s behalf.
Ex-Marine found guilty in shooting deaths of ‘American Sniper’ author, friend NBC News: A Texas jury has found ex-Marine Eddie Ray Routh guilty in the shooting deaths of “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle and Kyle’s friend Chad Littlefield.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced a federal investigation found “insufficient evidence” to pursue federal criminal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman for the 2012 fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.
Apple to bring more diversity to emoji in latest Betas TechCrunch: Apple is adding more diverse emojis to its operating systems, a new developer preview reveals.
'Birdman' wins best picture Oscar at 2015 Academy Awards The New York Times: “Birdman” took home the Oscar for best picture at the 2015 Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Tukish military enters Syria: New York Times: Turkish military vehicles entered into Syria to evacuate soldiers guarding the Tomb of Suleyman Shah, a sovereign Turkish exclave located in the Syrian state of Aleppo, Turkish media reported Saturday.
NBC News: The deep freeze across the eastern US will last most of next week, with another round of ice, snow or freezing rain set to begin on Saturday.
Several floors of Dubai skyscraper on fire Flames were seen ripping through the 79-floor residential Torch Tower in Dubai.
Train collision in Switzerland BBC: A rush-hour intercity train has collided with a suburban train in the Zurich area of Switzerland, injuring at least 5 people, police say.