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Pokemon Go

Cheat Maker Goes Dark After Getting Sued by 'Pokémon GO'

Global++, creators of the popular ‘PokeGO++’ cheating app, have shut down their websites after ‘Pokémon GO’ creator Niantic sued them.
Matthew Gault
6.17.19
guns

U.S. obsession with guns is driving up gun ownership around the world, study finds

U.S. citizens are the proud owners of some 46 percent of the world’s civilian-owned firearms — both illegal and legal​, according to a new decade-long study.
Alex Lubben
6.18.18
police shootings

Chicago cops killed a mentally ill teen — and then the city tried to sue his family

At first, the city of Chicago tried to blame the LeGrier family for Jones’ death.
Tess Owen
12.15.17
FBI

WATCH LIVE: Trump addresses the FBI Academy graduation ceremony

Michael Hopper
12.15.17
terrorism

New York woman allegedly laundered $85K in bitcoin to send to ISIS

An alleged supporter of the terror group in New York is facing 90 years in prison for sending ISIS tens of thousands of dollars in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies between May and August this year.
Tim Hume
12.15.17
net neutrality

3 ways net neutrality repeal will change how you use the internet

The Republican-dominated Federal Communications Commission has decided to kill the net neutrality rules enacted under President Obama in 2015
Noah Kulwin
12.14.17
harassment

Congressman to resign after allegedly sexually harassing staff and calling them “fucktards”

Rep. Blake Farenthold, Republican of Texas, will not seek re-election in 2018 and instead retire at the end of his term, a local ABC News affiliate reported Thursday, following multiple allegations of abuse and sexual misconduct by former staffers.
Alexa Liautaud
12.14.17
russia

Putin's re-election bid takes a page from the George W. Bush playbook

Russian President Vladimir Putin took a page out of George W. Bush’s “Mission accomplished” playbook on Monday when he staged a surprise visit to Syria and told Russian servicemen they’d soon be “going home victorious.”
Greg Walters
12.14.17
sexual misconduct

Kentucky lawmaker accused of sexual molestation dead from apparent suicide

Republican Kentucky state lawmaker Dan Johnson, who was accused this week of sexually molesting a 17-year-old girl, was reportedly found dead after an apparent suicide Wednesday night.
Carter Sherman
12.13.17
alabama special election

Conservatives blame Steve Bannon for turning Alabama blue

It’s Steve Bannon’s fault.
Alex Thompson
12.13.17
alabama special election

Roy Moore refuses to admit he lost

Republican Roy Moore refused to concede the Alabama election Tuesday night, even as the press and the president called it for his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.
Gabrielle Bluestone
12.13.17
police shootings

Police shoot far more people than anyone realized, a VICE News investigation reveals

A VICE News investigation of both fatal and nonfatal police shootings nationwide shows cops shoot more than twice as many people as previously understood.
Allison McCann
Keegan Hamilton
Taylor Dolven
Kathleen Caulderwood
Carter Sherman
12.12.17
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