Harold T. Martin III, a former NSA contractor, has been held in detention since his arrest in August 2016 after authorities found thousands of pages of classified information in his car and home.
Gill was arrested after police said he bought 2 pounds of cocaine in a parking lot. According to filing papers, sheriffs in an unmarked car attempted to stop Gill, who instead took off on a high-speed chase that ended when he collided with another vehicle, the New York Post reported.
On Monday, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson responded to the Trump administration’s appeal of his restraining order blocking the president’s travel ban, saying that overturning the restraining order would cause “chaos.
JERUSALEM Israel passed a law on Monday retroactively legalizing about 4,000 settler homes built on privately owned Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank, a measure that has drawn international concern.
TAMPA, Fla. President Donald Trump on Monday accused the news media of ignoring attacks by Islamist militants in Europe. Trump, who has made defeating Islamic State a core goal of his presidency, did not specify which attacks were going unreported, which news media organizations were ignoring them, or offer any details to support his claims.
TrendsDakota Access Pipeline The saga of the Standing Rock protests could come to a conclusion by Friday, according to a statement from Justice Department lawyer Matthew Marinelli. While Marinelli gave no indication about the outcome of the decision, President Donald Trump issued an order last month demanding that the review be fast-tracked, the Chicago Times reported.
Rafael Nadal has confirmed he will be playing at this summer’s Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club.
Former Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard will go on a date with an NFL fan after losing a Super Bowl bet.
Denis Shapovalov has been fined £5,623 after hitting umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye with a ball during Canada’s Davis Cup tie against Great Britain.
After Sergio Garcia cruised to an impressive victory in Dubai, Keith Jackson looks at five reasons why he can win that elusive major.