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6 arrested after homeless man beaten to death

Six San Diego-area teenagers, including one under 18, have been arrested and charged with murder in the beating of two homeless men that left one of the transients dead and the other injured, county sheriff’s deputies said on Monday.

FBI warns businesses of malware attacks after Sony leak

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation warned U.S. businesses that hackers have used malicious software to launch destructive attacks in the United States, following a devastating cyber attack last week at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Teen texted police to find him behind false wall

A 13-year-old boy used text messages and photos to help lead police to the small compartment behind an upstairs linen closet where he was being hidden inside his father’s and stepmother’s home in the Atlanta suburbs, authorities said Monday.

Suspect in W. Va. shootings found dead

Police say a West Virginia man suspected in four killings in separate shootings has been found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Bill Cosby resigns from Temple University board of trustees

Comedian Bill Cosby has resigned from the board of trustees of Temple University, his alma mater said in a statement on Monday that comes as the entertainer faces accusations of sexual assault.

Girl Scouts launch online cookie program

Americans will soon have a new way to get their Girl Scout Cookie fix as the program launches an online tool allowing its green-clad young members to sell Thin Mints, Samoas and other sweet treats over the Internet.

Obama asks Congress for $263 million federal response in Ferguson

U.S. President Barack Obama asked Congress on Monday for $263 million for the federal response to the civil rights upheaval in Ferguson, Missouri, and is setting up a task force to study how to improve modern-day policing. The funds would pay for body cameras for police officers to use and expand training for law enforcement in an attempt to build trust in communities such as Ferguson

NFL won’t fine Rams players for ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ gesture

The National Football League said on Monday it would not discipline the St. Louis Rams players who staged a show of solidarity with people angry about the controversial shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.

Police take man into custody after standoff closed shopping centers

A man involved in a Monday morning standoff with Las Vegas police was taken into custody more than three hours after he was pulled over, and after police blocked off businesses because the man had a gun.