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London attack manhunt underway for suspect linked to blast at Parsons Green station | Fox News

A manhunt was underway for any suspects linked to the bucket bomb that detonated on a packed subway train during Friday morning rush hour, injuring at least 29 people.

Man Suspected Of Planning Terrorism Sentenced To Prison | News – Indiana Public Media

An Indianapolis-area man who authorities say was suspected of planning an act of domestic terrorism has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

Berkeley Police release mugshots of Ben Shapiro protesters | Fox News

Berkeley Police released the mugshots and identification of five of the nine people arrested Thursday night protesting at the University of California, Berkeley during an appearance by conservative speaker Ben Shapiro.

For NACHA’s Same Day ACH, The Debit Debut | NACHA Resource Center

With same-day debit, said Larimer, “consumers know their true balance faster.” This may prove especially useful with lower-income consumers, for whom knowing precisely how much money they have available in their accounts is critically important, surmised Webster.

Christian Dairy Queen owner hangs ‘politically incorrect’ sign in restaurant, sparks controversy | Fox News

A “politically incorrect” sign at a Dairy Queen in Wisconsin has sparked a controversy, but the owner stands by his decision to display it.

Disinvited: Harvard Rescinds Manning’s Visiting Fellowship Following Backlash – Matt Vespa

The dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government said the college was withdrawing its invitation for Chelsea Manning to be a visiting fellow and apologized for extending the offer, which prompted a former CIA director and the current one to distance themselves from the university.

Minnesota prosecutors to consider charges in case of Australian woman killed by police officer | Fox News

Prosecutors are now deciding whether to pursue charges against a Minneapolis police officer who shot an Australian woman to death in July, officials said Tuesday.

U.S. Navy Investigating if Destroyer Crash Was Caused by Cyberattack | Foreign Policy

Naval investigators are scrambling to determine the causes of the mishaps, including whether hackers infiltrated the computer systems of the USS John S. McCain ahead of the collision on Aug. 21, Tighe said during an appearance at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.