LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Los Angeles International Airport terminal where a gunman opened fire on Friday morning, killing an unarmed federal airport security officer and wounding others, re-opened to travellers the day after the shooting as authorities probed the motive behind the attack.
Authorities have identified the suspected shooter as Paul Anthony Ciancia, 23, and they said he was shot and wounded by police in an exchange of gunfire at Terminal 3 at one of the world’s busiest airports.
LOS ANGELES, Nov 2 (Reuters) – FBI agents were on Saturday
probing the background and possible motivation of a gunman who
opened fire at a packed terminal at Los Angeles International
Airport and shot dead an unarmed federal agent.
Authorities have identified the suspected shooter in
Friday’s attack as Paul Anthony Ciancia, 23, and they said he
was shot and wounded by police in an exchange of gunfire at the
airport’s Terminal 3.
LOS ANGELES, Nov 1 (Reuters) – A lone gunman stormed into a
packed terminal at the Los Angeles International Airport and
opened fire with an assault weapon on Friday, killing an unarmed
federal security agent before he was shot and captured,
The gunfire in Terminal 3 touched off panic and chaos at one
of the world’s busiest airports as hundreds of travelers ran
frantically for safety or dove for cover behind racks of luggage
and loud alarms blared.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A 19-year-old California man has agreed to plead guilty to charges he hacked into the webcams of Miss Teen USA and other young women to take nude pictures in an extortion scheme, court papers revealed on Thursday.
Jared Abrahams agreed to plead guilty to charges of unauthorized access of protected computers and extortion linked to the case, the documents said.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A California woman who served nearly two decades in prison for killing her pimp at age 16 was released on parole on Thursday, after becoming the face of a campaign to reform the treatment of young offenders.
Sara Kruzan, 35, left the Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla before dawn, state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokesman Luis Patino said in a statement.
(Reuters) – Former Democratic speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Tom Foley, who spent 30 years in Congress before a conservative mood shift made him one of the few speakers ever defeated for re-election, died on Friday at age 84, his wife said.
Foley passed away at his home in Washington, D.C., of complications from a stroke, his wife Heather Foley said in an email.
(Reuters) – Astronaut Scott Carpenter, who in 1962 became the fourth American in space and the second to orbit the Earth, died on Thursday in Colorado at age 88 of complications from a stroke, his wife Patty Carpenter said.
Carpenter, who lost radio contact with NASA controllers during his pioneering space flight and was found in the ocean 250 miles from the targeted splashdown site, went on to explore the ocean floor in later years. His wife said he died in a Denver hospice.
LOS ANGELES, Sept 27 (Reuters) – Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf
said on Friday it was “weird” to learn that the 19-year-old
California man charged with hacking into her webcam and taking
nude photos in a so-called “sextortion” case, was a high school
Wolf, 19, told NBC’s “Today” show she has “mixed feelings” a
day after the arrest of Jared Abrahams, and that part of her
feels sorry for him.
(Reuters) – Police are looking for a 16-year-old boy in connection with the stabbing death of his mother and 9-year-old brother in their home in the Las Vegas suburb of Henderson, authorities said.
Investigators have been searching for Adrian Navarro-Canales since Friday, when the bodies of his mother, Elvira Canales-Gomez, and brother, Cesar Navarro, were discovered in their apartment, the Henderson Police Department said in a statement.
(Reuters) – For weeks, the lesbian couple courted the Guilford County register of deeds in North Carolina before asking for a marriage license. They went for coffee, shared life stories and, finally, prayed with him in a big circle on the grass outside his office.
Then they followed Jeffrey Thigpen inside, where he denied them and another lesbian couple a license, in line with the state’s 2012 constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage.