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Bear runs into Pennsylvania home, attacks couple inside

PITTSBURGH (Reuters) – A black bear chased a dog into a central Pennsylvania house on Monday, attacking and injuring a couple who lived there, an official said. The bear entered the house in Oliver Township, Perry County, “hot on the tracks” of the dog, which had been let out early…

MA court rules marijuana odor is no longer ‘reasonable suspicion’ for cops

BOSTON (Reuters) – The smell of marijuana smoke is no longer enough reason for police to order someone out of a car, now that pot has been decriminalized in Massachusetts, the state’s highest court said in a decision published on Tuesday. The ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court was…

Youth pastor sexually exploited teens to ‘help them gain purity’

A former youth pastor arrested in Iowa on 60 counts of suspicion of sexual exploitation allegedly told teenage boys he was trying to help them gain “sexual purity in the eyes of God.” Thirty-one-year-old Brent Girouex, a former youth pastor at Victory Fellowship Church in Council Bluffs, turned himself in…

Iran police arrest ‘female American spy,’ deputy border chief says

TEHRAN – Iranian border police have arrested a foreign woman on suspicion of spying, a police official told state radio on Saturday. The semi-official Fars new agency initially quoted Ahmad Geravand, deputy commander of state border police, as telling a news conference his guards had seized a “female American spy,”…

Son of Pink Floyd star arrested over student protest

LONDON — The son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour was arrested Sunday on suspicion of attempted criminal damage after he was pictured swinging from Britain’s national war memorial during Thursday’s student riot. In a public apology Friday, Charlie Gilmour, 21, identified himself as the man pictured in several national…

‘Draconian’ Arizona law will cause civil rights violations: Hume

Brit Hume of Fox News says the “draconian” new Arizona immigration law will be unpopular and predicts it will lead to civil rights violations. But he also thinks it was reasonable for Arizona to pass what he called “emergency policy.” The law will allow police to demand proof of residency…

BBC TV presenter arrested over mercy killing

LONDON — A veteran BBC broadcaster was arrested on suspicion of murder Wednesday after admitting he had smothered to death an ex-lover who had AIDS, police said. Ray Gosling, 70, made the confession in a television programme this week about assisted suicide, and ahead of the publication of new guidelines…

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