Dutch prosecutors said Tuesday they are taking very seriously the possibility that the deadly shooting on a tram in the central city of Utrecht was an act of terror.
By Aleksandar Furtula, Mike Corder, Associated Press
At least 49 people have been killed and dozens wounded in an apparent racist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
By Gretchen Frazee
Police union officials identified the suspected assailant as Frenchman Cherif Chekatt, a 29-year-old with a thick police record for crimes including armed robbery and monitored as a suspected religious radical by the French intelligence services.
By Lori Hinnant, Sylvie Corbet, John Leicester, Associated Press
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump paid solemn tribute Tuesday to each of the 11 people slain in the worst instance of anti-Semitic violence in American history. As the Trumps placed their remembrances outside the Tree of Life…
By Zeke Miller, Allen G. Breed, Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
By Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
Trump strongly condemned the Pittsburgh attack as an act of anti-Semitism, and has denounced political violence and called for unity. But just days before the midterm elections, he has continued to hold his political rallies, complete with harsh criticism of…
By Maryclaire Dale, Claudia Lauer, Allen G. Breed, Associated Press
The man accused in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre appeared briefly in federal court in a wheelchair and handcuffs Monday to face charges he killed 11 people in what is believed to be the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history.
By Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press
Russian authorities in Crimea were searching Thursday for a possible accomplice of the student whose shooting-and-bomb attack on his vocational school killed 20 people and wounded more than 50 others, a top official said.
By David McFadden, Associated Press
"We are so preliminary in this investigation," Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said. "It's so important that we deal in facts."…
By Todd Richmond, Scott Bauer, Associated Press
Authorities said they still don't know why an employee at a Wisconsin software company went to his office with a pistol and extra ammunition and began firing on his colleagues, seriously injuring several, before he was fatally shot by police.
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