Monthly Archives: February 2018

Politician: Ex-Austrian chancellor part of Manafort lobbying

A Ukrainian opposition lawmaker who helped uncover off-the-books payments to President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman says a one-time Austrian chancellor was among the European politicians secretly paid to lobby for Ukraine.

Texas deputy avoids being hit by runaway driver for second time in 2 weeks

A police officer in central Texas narrowly avoided being hit by a runaway driver during a traffic stop on Tuesday, her second brush with death in the past two weeks.

Scores of migrants found abandoned in freight trailer near US-Mexico border

More than 100 migrants from Central America were found in a freight trailer abandoned by a roadside near the U.S.-Mexico border, agents from Mexico’s National Immigration Institute said Friday.

Texas deputy avoids being hit by runaway driver for second time in 2 weeks

By Travis Fedschun Source:: Fox News National

Female Nobel laureates in Bangladesh to meet Rohingya women

Three female Nobel Peace laureates have begun a weeklong trip to Bangladesh to meet Rohingya women who were tortured and raped by Myanmar soldiers before fleeing the country.

Slain officer’s final actions remembered as ‘definition of self-sacrifice’

A slain Maryland police officer was remembered at his funeral Friday for a “selfless act in a time of selfish violence.”

‘Donut Boy’ has mission to thank cops nationwide one sweet treat at a time

Like his cape says, this 9-year-old boy “donut need a reason to thank a cop.”

Slain officer's final actions remembered as 'definition of self-sacrifice'

By Bradford Betz Source:: Fox News National

'Donut Boy' has mission to thank cops nationwide one sweet treat at a time

By Katherine Lam Source:: Fox News National

Woman’s false 911 call led to fatal police shooting of daughter’s father-in-law, cops say

An Alabama woman has been charged with making a bogus 911 call that led to the death of her daughter-in-law’s father, police said Friday.