Growing UK concern about 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks - top policeman
LONDON (Reuters) - Law enforcement authorities in Britain are increasingly worried about the risk of a "lone wolf"-style militant attack and have foiled four or five plots this year, London's top police officer said on Sunday.






Extremely rare for grand jury not to return indictment, statistics show
The grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown was historic for many reasons, including the fiery protests that erupted in its wake. It was also historic in how rare it is for a grand jury not to return an indictment.

Soccer team saves evicted woman
Over the past five years evictions have become a symbol of Spain's economic crisis, but the latest homeowner to face the prospect of homelessness -- an 85-year-old woman -- has found an unlikely guardian angel.

Obama: "No sympathy" for violent acts in Ferguson
The president said he is ready to work with people who want to solve problems constructively

What led to the grand jury decision not to indict Darren WIlson?
Gloria Browne Marshall, professor at John Jay College, discusses the numerous factors - from the evidence presented to the makeup of the jury - that led to the grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown Jr.

US top court to review power plant emissions rules

Katherine Boswell works in her garden in the shadow of the coal fired Morgantown Generating Station, on May 29, 2014 in Newburg, MarylandThe US Supreme Court said on Tuesday it will review national environmental standards requiring power plants to reduce emissions of mercury and other toxic pollutants. The country's highest court received three complaints from 21 US states and industry groups protesting standards imposed in 2012 that require power plants to cut toxic emissions. The complaints, lodged against the national Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), oppose the "huge costs" required to comply to the standards. Supreme Court justices issued a brief written order saying they would consider whether the EPA "unreasonably refused to consider costs in determining whether it is appropriate to regulate hazardous air pollutants emitted" by power plants.


Inventor's laser-firing watch
Patrick Priebe's laser watch is capable of burning through plastic and popping balloons. The inventor made the James Bond-type device on a lark.

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