Breaking News

What are the 4 levels of travel advisory? What to know about spring break trips in Mexico US warning on spring break travel to Mexico, top threats facing Americans Motorsport Purple diamonds shine at Furman sporting events Lehigh Hosts Colgate For Big And White Out Days On CBS Sports Network Sports Medicine Report: Sporting KC set for home opener vs. Philadelphia Union | March 2, 2024 NCS4 Hosts 2024 National Professional Sports and Entertainment Safety and Security Forum The list: North Texas’ most influential people in sports include Jerry, The Ticket, Dak All charges against Cyclone athletes related to the sports betting investigation have been dropped Opinion | The fight for the future of women’s sports

AMLO criticized Republican calls for US military action to fight drug cartels

What is the most violent cartel in Mexico? Who are the most ruthless cartel leaders? Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Guzmán is the most notorious drug lord of all time, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). What cartel was El Chapo apart of? Latest news. Joaquín Guzmán, in full Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, nicknamed El Chapo (âShortyâ), (born 1954/57?, La Tuna, Badiraguato, Sinaloa, Mexico), head of the Sinaloa drug cartel, one of the strongest. powerful criminal organizations in Mexico since the end of the 20th century. Which cartels are fighting in Mexico? The current crime situation in Mexico isRead News

Former entrepreneur pleads guilty to conspiracy to defraud the United States…

A dual citizen of the United States and Syria who evaded arrest for more than two decades pleaded guilty today in the District of Columbia to his role in a conspiracy to defraud the United States and pay a bribe to a federal public official. According to court documents, between 1993 and 1998, Ammar Kanaan, 61, of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, while working as a private sector contractor providing transportation engineering services to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) a, engaged in a scheme to provide illegal cash payments and money orders to an FHWA official.Read News

Putin’s war crimes could be prosecuted in the US

On Thursday, January 5, 2023, President Joe Biden signed into law the bipartisan Justice for Victims of War Crimes Act (S. 4240), which expands the scope of individuals subject to prosecution for war crimes. The Justice for Victims of War Crimes Act would strengthen efforts to ensure justice and accountability by allowing the Department of Justice to prosecute alleged war criminals found in the United States , regardless of the place of the crime and the nationality of the perpetrator. or the victim. The law came in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the growing body of evidenceRead News

Maryland US Attorney Erek L. Barron Announces New Civil Rights Division on First Anniversary of Appointment as US Attorney

Baltimore, Maryland – On the first anniversary of his appointment as United States Attorney for the District of Maryland, Erek L. Barron, announced that after a year-long review of the needs of the office and cooperation with the leadership of both of the Civil Division. and the Criminal Division, the office creates a Human Rights and Special Victims Unit. Sarah A. Marquardt and Paul E. Budlow were appointed Co-Chiefs of the new Branch and Charles D. Austin was appointed Deputy Chief. “This section will be a beacon for protecting civil rights and dealing with crimes involving victims that require specialRead News

Mexico Travel Advisory Update: Kidnapping Threats, Where to Avoid

The U.S. State Department issued a new Travel Advisory Wednesday for U.S. travelers visiting Mexico, including new state-level advisories and information on “kidnapping risks.” The agency pointed out that there is an increase in crime and kidnapping in some areas of Mexico. A State Department spokesperson told USA TODAY in an email that the agency reviews all travel advisories regularly to ensure that U.S. citizens have the most appropriate and timely information to make the most informed decisions about and their safety and security while traveling abroad. Last week, the U.S. State Department issued a warning to U.S. citizens when reportsRead News

Progress at Hitachi Rail factory; sports performance center is coming

Railcar project is on track If you drive to the end of Halfway Boulevard, you’ll see workers making progress on the new Hitachi Rail project. The factory will manufacture railcars for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, commonly known as Metro. The new $70 million facility will employ “up to 460 people,” according to an announcement the company released in March. Mill Finance: Washington County Commissioners Agree to Loan $1.2 Million for New Railroad Facility The site on the east side of Greencastle Pike (Md. 63) and west of the current Halfway Boulevard cul-de-sac. A construction plan for at least partRead News

United States-United Kingdom Joint Statement on Data Access Agreement

The United States and the United Kingdom intend to enforce the Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on access to electronic data for the purpose of combating serious crime (“Data”). Access Agreement”), signed in 2019, on October 3, 2022. The entry into force of the Access to Data Agreement begins a new era in cooperation between the United States and the United Kingdom, heralding a renewed commitment to combat the threat of serious crime. The Data Access Agreement is the first of itsRead News

Bay County offers BayROC, a real-time, high-tech crime-fighting center

LYNN HAVEN — Attention criminals: You can run, but you can’t hide from the camera and the vigilant trio of crime analysts at BayROC, the county’s Real-Time Operations Center. Based in the sheriff’s office on State 77, three analysts — soon to be joined by a fourth — monitor the county through cameras placed throughout the county and a myriad of other high-tech devices. They scan video as it’s being recorded and add layers of other information — often including data collected from any of 75 automated license plate readers across the Bay County and online databases — to help officers on the street whoRead News

3 Netflix documentaries after ‘Girl in the Picture’

Girl in the Picture is Netflix’s latest true-crime documentary to capture subscribers’ attention. While the story of Suzanne Sevakis is a tragic, multi-layered, true-to-life offering from the streaming provider, it’s far from the only interesting true-crime documentary they have on offer. Over the past few years, Netflix has quietly released a slew of documentaries covering everything from fertility fraud to murder. When you’ve finished Girl in the Picture, check out these three more true crime deals. ‘American Murder: The Family Next Door’ is similarly haunting  American Murder: The Family Next Door is a Netflix documentary that delves into the disappearanceRead News

New NOTO store that brings vintage trade to the art district

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A new store brings the vintage to Topeka’s NOTO Arts District. Decades Garage cut the ribbon today on the new store front at 837 North Kansas Ave. Owners Trish and Darrick Tripe say they come from a number of antique sellers and felt that their vintage collection would go hand in hand with the artists in the area. For the most part, they are happy to be a part of society in the north. “NOTO is the best kept secret in Topeka,” said Trish Tripe. “It just feels like a community within a community. Everyone isRead News

Declaration on the anniversary of the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse – US State Department

Today marks one year since Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated. The United States continues to staunchly support the pursuit of justice and accountability for those who planned, financed and committed this horrific crime. We remain concerned about the limited progress of Haiti’s investigation into the murder. Although the fifth investigating judge has recently been appointed, the Haitian authorities have not sufficiently responded to requests from the judiciary to take stricter security measures to protect the bailiffs assigned to the case and to maintain the chain of custody of key evidence . Unfortunately, the same can be said for manyRead News

Mayor Eric Adams unveiled the Medical Examiner’s Office’s new high-tech DNA gun crime unit

NEW YORK – Guns used in crime in New York City will be analyzed more quickly. That’s the goal of a first-of-its-kind unit in the city’s Office of Medical Examiner. Dave Carlin of CBS2 has more on a new team of scientists expected to get DNA test results back in half the time. On Thursday, CBS2 got a rare look inside labs at the ME Office. This is where forensic scientists process about 50,000 individual pieces of crime scene evidence a year relating to murder cases, sexual assault, property crimes, you name it. Mayor Eric Adams was shown how itRead News

Why did they take ‘Criminal Minds’ from Netflix? Where to look

The long-running success of CBS Criminal Minds has become a fan favorite since its debut in 2005. Created by Jeff Davis, the police proceeding has propelled many actors to fame during their 15 years on the air. The series became available on Netflix in 2014, allowing viewers to watch it at their own pace. But why is the show no longer available on Netflix? Why Have They Killed Criminal Minds? The article continues under advertising ‘Criminal Minds’ is no longer available on Netflix. What happened? Why did they take the show off? Criminal Minds has gained a loyal following thanksRead News

This mysterious new Netflix crime show is so captivating and tense

“We may not know what led to the murder, but we don’t need to prove the cause,” the state’s attorney said in a voice, while revealing the background the head of the defendant in the new Netflix You Don’t Know Me. He then walked up to many witnesses in support of the government’s cause. Signs of the victim’s blood were found on the defendant. Cell phone records and CCTV footage show him being held at the crime scene. It’s a simple collection. Then we got a name card for the order, almost a protest against the state attorney. Write inRead News