Quote of the Day

Alexandre Dumas
To learn is not to know; there are the learners and the learned. Memory makes the one, philosophy the other. Discuss

Ambrose Bierce
Ocean, n.: A body of water occupying about two-thirds of a world made for man—who has no gills.

Willa Cather
Men are all right for friends, but as soon as you marry them they turn into cranky old fathers, even the wild ones. They begin to tell you what's sensible and what's foolish, and want you to stick at home all the time. I prefer to be foolish when I feel like it, and be accountable to nobody.

“Golden State Killer” suspect charged with 13th murder
Visalia Police Chief Jason Salazar says Joseph DeAngelo, the man believed to the "Golden State Killer" has been charged with another murder. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Boy at NM compound died in ritual act: prosecutor
A young boy whose remains were discovered buried at a New Mexico desert compound died during a ritual ceremony to "cast out demonic spirits," other children found at the remote homestead told investigators, a prosecutor said in court on Monday. Linda So reports.

Beating ‘extremely disturbing”: Baltimore top cop
Interim Baltimore Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle says the viral video of a police officer beating a man is "extremely disturbing" and unacceptable. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). N

Turkish leader condemns 'attack' on failing lira
President Tayyip Erdogan on Monday accused "economic terrorists" of plotting to harm Turkey by spreading false reports and said they would face the full force of the law, as authorities launched investigations of those suspected of involvement.

Wrangler, Lee owner to spin off jeans unit
VF Corp will spin off its denim business that houses Lee and Wrangler jeans into an independent public company, it said on Monday, seeking to sharpen its focus on more profitable brands such as Vans shoes and The North Face outdoor wear.

Asia shares dip as Turkey's lira tanks
Asia share markets skidded and the euro hit one-year lows on Monday as a renewed rout in the Turkish lira drove demand for safe harbors, including the U.S. dollar, Swiss franc and yen.

Unite the Right rally meets massive opposition
The planned "Unite the Right 2" rally in Washington, DC turned out to involve fewer than 30 white nationalists and hundreds of counter-protesters.

Hundreds of House candidates vulnerable to hacks
Three of every 10 candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives have significant security problems with their websites, according to a new study by independent researchers that underscores the threat hackers pose to the November elections.

New protests a year after violent Charlottesville rally
Hundreds of students and left-wing activists took to the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, as a rally to mark the anniversary of last year’s white nationalist gathering turned largely into an anti-police protest.

FBI seeks motive after Seattle plane theft
Richard Russell, the airline worker suspected of stealing an empty airplane from a Seattle airport on a flight that ended in the pilot's death, once ran a bakery with his wife and enjoyed the benefits that came with his job to travel the world. The FBI now want to know how the theft could have happened.

Outcry in Charlottesville one year after deadly rally
One year after a deadly rally in Charlottesville, people took to the streets on Saturday with nonviolent protests as they called for an end to racism. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Police charge man in Canada shooting
Police charged 48-year-old Matthew Vincent Raymond with four counts of first degree murder in the deaths of four people, including two police officers, and identified the civilians killed in a shooting on Friday in the eastern Canadian city of Fredericton. Colette Luke has more.

Audio released from stolen Seattle airport plane
Audio recordings of a conversation between an air traffic controller and an airline worker that stole an empty plane from Seattle's airport shed light on the final moments before the stolen plane crashed on a remote island near Seattle on Friday. In the audio recordings, the man who stole the plane can be heard asking if he could get a job as a pilot and he also called himself a "broken guy". Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

VERBATIM: 'We are deeply saddened' -Air Alaska CEO
Brad Tilden, CEO of Alaska Air Group, vowed Saturday to cooperate with an investigation and review his company's safety measures after an employee was able to steal an aircraft from the Seattle airport and later die in a crash.

Charlottesville steps up security on a tense weekend
A massive police presence in Charlottesville Saturday as authorities gear up for the 1 year anniversary of a deadly white nationalist rally that plunged the city into turmoil.

Airline worker dies after stealing airplane
An airline worker stole an empty plane from Seattle airport on Friday and crashed into a sparsely populated island - sparking a security scare that saw U.S. fighter jets scrambled.