Canadian guard credited with killing gunman greeted as hero
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The guard credited with killing a gunman in Canada's parliament fought back tears as lawmakers greeted him with a prolonged standing ovation, cheers and whistles on Thursday when he resumed his duties. Canadian Prime Minister ...
Canada Shooting Hero Identified as Sgt. at Arms Kevin Vickers
Ex-Mountie hero of shootout at Canada's Parliament
Guard hailed as hero in Ottawa shootings gets standing ovation in Parliament
New York Times
Secret Service guard dogs are in spotlight after latest White House fence jumping
The apprehension of a man who jumped the White House fence Wednesday night and was bitten by a guard dog highlighted one of the Secret Service's most effective weapons: its canines. Secret Service agents and K-9 units quickly subdued the latest fence ...
White House fence-jumper: What happened to dogs who caught him?
Meet the White House guard dogs
White House fence jumper charged with assault
ISIS Inc.: US official reveals how terror network makes its millions
Islamic State militants are amassing a fortune through their web of criminal activity, including earning roughly $1 million a day from oil smuggling alone, according to a Treasury Department official who on Thursday provided unprecedented details about the ...
US warns of sanctions on buyers of Islamic State oil
US Strikes Cut Into ISIS Oil Revenues, Treasury Official Says
Treasury Department's Anti-Terrorism Chief Says Cutting Off ISIS Funds Of High ...
UNC cheating scandal included athletes, fake classes, automatic grades
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Bogus classes and automatic A's and B's are at the heart of a cheating scandal at the University of North Carolina that lasted nearly two decades, encompassing about 3,100 students -- nearly half of them athletes. At least nine university ...
Column: Report about something bigger than UNC academics
Here's How UNC's Massive Fake-Class Scandal Worked
Fox News Latino
Hagan and Tillis in all-out war for North Carolina Senate seat
WILSON, N.C. â Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan has been in sticky situations before. She spent summers working on her grandparents' North Carolina tobacco farm, pulling apart tobacco leaves and handing them down the line â hot, gummy work harvesting a ...
Billboards criticize Hagan on immigration
NC Senate race tops nation in negative ads
Obama's 'Dreamers' discovered registered to illegally vote in North Carolina