• Donald Trump Nov 21, 2019

    Watch, Read Fiona Hill and David Holmes' Opening Statements at Public Impeachment Hearing

    Fiona Hill, a former top White House adviser on Russia and Europe, and David Holmes, a political counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, are the final witnesses testifying on week two of public hearings as part of House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.

  • Facebook Jun 30, 2019

    Big Music Fest Abruptly Ended Over Security, Fraud Suspicion

    A music festival in Belgium featuring major stars like rapper Cardi B came to a chaotic end before it had even started. Security concerns were ostensibly the reason behind the cancellation of the VestiVille festival in Belgium on Friday, though local officials have launched a fraud investigation. That’s added a further layer of confusion and rekindled memories of the Fyre...

  • NBC News Jun 19, 2019

    4 to Face Charges in Rocket Attack on Jet That Killed 298

    Almost five years after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed by a rocket over eastern Ukraine, investigators have identified four people they believe to be responsible, NBC News reported. The international team said Wednesday that charges will be brought against three Russians who used to have senior roles in that country’s military and security services, along with a Ukrainian. They...

  • NBC News Jun 19, 2019

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    Almost five years after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed by a rocket over eastern Ukraine, investigators have identified four people they believe to be responsible, NBC News reported. The international team said Wednesday that charges will be brought against three Russians who used to have senior roles in that country’s military and security services, along with a Ukrainian. They...

  • California Jun 12, 2019

    Unanimous Vote OKs Security Deal for Men's-Only Retreat

    A secretive men’s-only retreat hosted by an elite club that has included former U.S. presidents and business leaders will pay for security protection from a Northern California county after a majority of women on the board of supervisors on Tuesday reluctantly approved a $151,000 contract.

  • Facebook Mar 19, 2019

    Christchurch, NZ, Harbored White Supremacists Before Massacre

    The leafy New Zealand city where a self-proclaimed racist fatally shot 50 people at mosques during Friday prayers is known for its picturesque meandering river and English heritage. For decades, Christchurch has also been the center of the country’s small but persistent white supremacist movement. An expert on such fringe groups says it’s probably more than coincidence that the accused...

  • The Associated Press Jan 3, 2019

    Bail Sought for Ex-Marine Held in Moscow for Alleged Spying

    The defense lawyer for a former U.S. Marine who was arrested in Russia for alleged spying said Thursday that he is trying to get the American released from the Moscow prison where he has dealt well with his detention. Michigan resident Paul Whelan, a 48-year-old corporate security director from the Detroit area, was arrested Friday on espionage charges. The Russian...

  • New Jersey Dec 15, 2018

    $293,000 Still Missing After Money Rains Onto New Jersey Highway From Armored Truck

    Authorities are looking for $293,000 in missing cash after an armored truck rained money onto a New Jersey highway Thursday morning, causing two crashes as drivers attempted to collect the cash scattered across several lanes.

  • Los Angeles Nov 15, 2018

    Crime Down from LA Libraries But Not Gone

    The NBC4 I-Team followed up with Los Angeles public libraries and officials to see if they are keeping their promise to better safety after an investigation released shocking details. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News at 11 on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018.

  • Southern California Jul 24, 2018

    Las Vegas Shooting Victims Outraged Over MGM's Lawsuit

    Victims of a mass shooting at a Las Vegas country music festival said Monday they were outraged when they learned they were being sued by the company that owns the hotel where the gunman opened fire.

  • Las Vegas Jul 21, 2018

    MGM Banks on Never-Used Anti-Terrorism Law in Suing Victims

    The unprecedented move from MGM Resorts International to sue hundreds of victims of last year’s mass shooting in Las Vegas using an obscure U.S. law never tested in court has been framed by the casino-operator as an effort to avoid years of costly litigation — but the legal maneuver may not play out that way. The company is not seeking...

  • Donald Trump Jun 10, 2018

    Isolated Kim Takes Big Gamble Leaving Home for Trump Summit

    Spare a moment, as you anticipate one of the most unusual summits in modern history, to consider North Korea’s leader as he left the all-encompassing bubble of his locked-down stronghold of Pyongyang on Sunday and stepped off a jet onto Singapore soil for his planned sit-down with President Donald Trump on Tuesday. There’s just no recent precedent for the gamble...

  • Facebook May 31, 2018

    Makeup and Pig's Blood: Reporter Describes His Faked Slaying

    To mimic gore, they used makeup and pig’s blood. They shot bullet holes in one of his sweatshirts. And to top off Arkady Babchenko’s staged murder, they even took him to the morgue. The journalist revealed Thursday how Ukrainian security services faked his murder to thwart a contract hit allegedly arranged by Babchenko’s native Russia.

  • Los Angeles Feb 17, 2018

    I-Team Expose: Crime is Down, But Not Gone From LA Libraries

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said “we have to do better” to curb drug use and crime at LA’s public libraries, in response to a new NBC4 I-Team investigation.

  • Iraq Feb 2, 2018

    Militant Hideout Found in Afghan Capital Shows Security Woes

    The discovery of an ISIS hideout filled with explosives and suicide vests in a poor Kabul neighborhood reflects the failure of Afghanistan’s corruption-wracked government to protect the capital, analysts and residents said Friday. This week’s revelation that militants were operating in Kabul’s western Qala-e-Wahid district follows a recent series of horrific attacks in the heavily guarded city that killed nearly...

  • security services Oct 21, 2017

    Egyptian Officials Say 54 Police Killed in Egypt Attack

    At least 54 policemen, including 20 officers and 34 conscripts, were killed when a raid on a militant hideout southwest of Cairo escalated into an all-out firefight, authorities said Saturday, in one of the single deadliest attacks by militants against Egyptian security forces in recent years. The officials said the exchange of fire began late Friday in the al-Wahat al-Bahriya...

  • Las Vegas Oct 4, 2017

    Vegas Shooting Victims Had Families, Friends and Dreams

    The stories of the victims of Sunday’s massacre in Las Vegas are as diverse as America itself, 58 people, all with friends and families and jobs and dreams. Those who knew them are choosing to remember not how they left this world, but what they did in their all-too-short time in it.

  • Donald Trump Aug 17, 2017

    Neo-Nazi Site's Publisher Says He's Got No Home on Internet

    A neo-Nazi website’s publisher said Wednesday that he has “effectively been completely banned from the internet” after mocking the victim of a deadly car attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia. “Clearly, the powers that be believe that they have the ability to simply kick me off the internet,” Andrew Anglin, who has published the site from an undisclosed...

  • Dana White Jun 22, 2017

    US Interrogates Detainees in Yemen Prisons Rife With Torture

    Hundreds of men swept up in the hunt for al Qaeda militants have disappeared into a secret network of prisons in southern Yemen where abuse is routine and torture extreme — including the “grill,” in which the victim is tied to a spit like a roast and spun in a circle of fire, an Associated Press investigation has found. Senior...

  • Donald Trump Jun 16, 2017

    US Treasury Department Releases FAQ on Cuba Changes

    The Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control released a series of frequently asked questions regarding President Donald Trump’s changes to the U.S. policy toward Cuba Friday, as the president announced the changes in Miami.

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