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Saudi hackers Group-XP say they published 400,000 Israelis' credit card details

The hackers described the attack as "a gift to the world for the new year" that they hoped "would hurt the Zionist pocket."

Harry Burkhart, LA arson suspect, arrested in connection with more than 50 fires

"I feel very good that we've got the right guy," said LA Police Chief Charlie Beck.

Four firebomb attacks in Queens, NY

“Attacks such as this have no place in our open and inclusive society, and we must do all we can to ensure New York remains a safe and tolerant place for all," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement.

Cars, dogs, pot plants... British police reveal what thieves steal from police stations

British police have published a list of - often surprising - items stolen from police stations over the past five years.
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Would you steal these officers' riot shields? Some people would (and did). (Carl De Souza/AFP/Getty Images)

Police usually encourage victims of crime to report the incident, but it seems officers in Britain have kept remarkably quiet about thefts amounting to hundreds of thousands of pounds – from their own police stations.

Now, in response to a Freedom of Information request by the UK Press Association, police across the country were obliged to reveal everything that's gone missing over the past five years.

The items range from the valuable – patrol cars, bicycles, computers – to the bizarre, including milk, a pot plant, toilet paper and an unwritten parking ticket, according to the UKPA. Worryingly, uniforms, handcuffs, riot shields and a battering ram were also on the list. And you have to wonder how thieves made off with dogs, a wheelbarrow, a sword or a tea cart.


Mount Rainier National Park suspect found dead (UPDATES)

The body of Benjamin Colton Barnes has been found dead in a ditch in Mount Rainier National Park.

String of arsons in Los Angeles continues

A string of 35 fires set in Los Angeles in the past two days has local police wondering if they're dealing with one arsonist or several. 21 fires had been set throughout Hollywood as of Friday morning, and 16 more fires were reported on Saturday morning, in a much larger area.

New Jersey assistant principal arrested for videotaping students in the shower

Lott was a well-regarded school administrator and winning wrestling and basketball coach who was active in Republican politics, reported.

Brandon McInerney gets 21 years for killing gay classmate

King's father, Greg King, read a statement in court Monday on behalf of King’s mother, the AP reported. " ‘You took upon yourself to be a bully and to hate a smaller kid, wanting to be the big man on campus,’ ” he said.

FAMU hazing death ruled a homicide

The medical examiner said Champion's death was "the result of hemorrhagic shock due to soft tissue hemorrhage, incurred by blunt force trauma sustained during a hazing incident."

Jacques Chirac, former French president, found guilty of corruption

The charges of diverting public funds and abusing public trust date back to his term as mayor of Paris, the office he held prior to becoming president in 1995.
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