Flynn said that he will return to practice law privately, but is still working on finding a law office that will take him on.
The Mounties were on their way to another call when they began pursuing the tractor, but the reason for the chase is unclear.
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Strickland's staying in the headlines ahead of his first title defense since upsetting Israel Adesanya for the middleweight belt.
A 12-year-old boy got behind the wheel of a construction vehicle in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and led police on an hourlong pursuit over the weekend.
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Jonathan Majors arrives for domestic violence trial with Meagan Good at his side and a Bible in hand. 'That is not by mistake,' says legal expert.
The Marvel actor arrived for his domestic violence trial Wednesday in NYC holding hands with his new girlfriend, actress Meagan Good. He was also carrying a Bible.
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Thomas was arrested following an incident involving a contractor outside his home
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Even after a catalytic converter is stolen from an automobile’s chassis, its useful life may be far from finished, a New York Times report shows.
As part of an international law enforcement investigation, the FBI and the Dutch Financial Intelligence and Investigation Service have seized the websites of a crypto mixer that was allegedly used by North Korean hackers and several cybercriminals to launder stolen funds and obfuscate transactions. On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the government’s department that administers and enforces sanctions against foreign people and organizations, announced that it had sanctioned Sinbad, a Bitcoin mixer that “serves as a key money-laundering tool” for the Lazarus Group, a prolific hacking group widely believed to be working for the North Korean government. OFAC said in a statement that the Sinbad crypto mixer processed “millions of dollars’ worth of virtual currency from Lazarus Group heists,” including part of the proceeds from the massive 2022 hacks of Horizon Bridge and Axie Infinity, which resulted in $100 million and $625 million, respectively.
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The actor, whom Marvel has been banking on to play Kang, is going to trial over charges that he assaulted and harassed his then-girlfriend in March.
Last week, the Ukrainian government fired two of its top cybersecurity officials, who are accused of embezzlement. Ukraine’s senior cabinet official Taras Melnychuk announced the firings in a public post on Telegram last week. The two officials are Yurii Shchyhol, head of Ukraine’s State Special Communications Service of Ukraine, or SSSCIP, and his deputy Victor Zhora, who had become a staple at international conferences as the public face of Ukraine’s cybersecurity defenders.
Europol and its international law enforcement partners have arrested five individuals who authorities accuse of involvement in a string of ransomware attacks affecting more than 1,800 victims worldwide. The arrested individuals, which include the criminal gang’s ringleader, 32, and four of his “most active” accomplices, were arrested following a series of raids at 30 properties across Ukraine last week, Europol said in a statement on Tuesday. More than 20 investigators from Norway, France, Germany and the United States helped the Ukrainian National Police with the investigation in Kyiv, while Europol also set up a virtual command center in the Netherlands to process the data seized during the searches.
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Vermont police investigate shooting of 3 Palestinian college students as possible hate crime: What we know
The victims, all 20 years old, were walking in Burlington, Vt., on Saturday night when they were shot by a man with a handgun who fired at least four rounds “without speaking” and fled on foot.
The founder of the infamous and now-defunct spyware maker Hacking Team was arrested on Saturday after allegedly stabbing and attempting to murder a relative, according to multiple news reports. David Vincenzetti, who launched Hacking Team in 2003, was arrested when police showed up to his apartment after his cousin called the police, local media reported, because he couldn’t reach his wife on the phone. According to Italian newspaper Il Giorno, the woman was visiting Vincenzetti, who reportedly had psychological issues, to take care of him.Vincenzetti allegedly stabbed the woman, and the police found her unconscious.
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The guilty verdicts in his criminal trial are just the beginning of the legal perils facing Sam Bankman-Fried, who has a series of new decisions to make in the coming weeks and months.
While its creator didn't delve into the specific reasons for Omegle's shutdown, he admitted that "some people misused [the service], including to commit unspeakably heinous crimes."
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A number of players involved in the scheme have already been sentenced to time in prison.
US Senator Ron Wyden has written US Attorney General Merrick Garland a letter, asking him to release additional information about the project that apparently gives law enforcement agencies access to trillions of domestic phone records.
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Authorities describe Duane "Keffe D" Davis as the "on-ground, on-site commander" who "ordered the death" of the iconic rapper in 1996. He has pleaded not guilty. All the latest developments.
It’s been an eventful week for crypto exchanges and the U.S. government. Changpeng Zhao, also known as “CZ,” the founder and CEO of Binance, is stepping down and has pleaded guilty to a number of violations brought on through the Department of Justice and other U.S. agencies. Richard Teng, Binance’s former global head of regional markets, will be the exchange's new CEO, Zhao shared in a post on X Tuesday afternoon.
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We asked two prominent sexologists common questions about holiday hookups, breakups and sex etiquette.