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Justice Department to review fatal Milwaukee shooting

A white Milwaukee police officer fired after fatally shooting a mentally ill black man in April won’t face criminal charges, the county’s top prosecutor said Monday, while the U.S. attorney said hours later that there will be a federal investigation of the case.

 
U.S. not claiming responsibility for N. Korea’s internet outage

North Korea experienced sweeping and progressively worse Internet outages extending into Monday, with one computer expert saying the country’s online access is “totally down.”

Author details dangerous, eye-opening journey inside ISIS

Author Juergen Todenhoefer’s journey was a tough one: dangerous, but also eye-opening. Todenhoefer managed to visit the mosque there where the leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Bagdadi, gave his only public address. And he saw the realities of daily life under ISIS.

 
Police departments on alert nationwide after NYPD killings

Big-city police departments and union leaders around the country are warning the rank and file to wear bulletproof vests and avoid making inflammatory posts on social media in the days after a man ambushed two officers and shot them to death inside their patrol car.

 
Veteran Florida police officer killed, suspect in custody

A fugitive trying to evade an arrest warrant shot a Tampa-area police officer and then ran him over early Sunday, killing the officer, police said. Marco Antonio Parilla Jr., 23, crashed his car into a pole and another vehicle after running over Tarpon Springs officer Charles Kondek.

‘The Interview’ will be distributed, Sony lawyer vows

“The Interview” will see the light of day, according to Sony lawyer David Boies. Boies appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday and claimed that Sony’s controversial comedy “The Interview” “will be distributed.” How it will be distributed, however, he admitted is unclear right now.