Court documents show that the dead gunman behind the siege of a Sydney cafe was facing up to 50 sexual offence charges, including aggravated sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault and inciting a teenage girl to commit an indecent act.
A self proclaimed ‘politically incorrect conservative culture warrior’ has sparked outrage after he claimed that Australia is revisiting its gun laws in light of a 17 hour siege in a Sydney cafe.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has revealed the gunman responsible for the Sydney siege was not on a security watchlist, despite his long criminal history and known “infatuation with extremism”.
The gunman from the siege in Sydney would have already been in custody if the Government’s changes to the Bail Act were in place, New South Wales Attorney-General Brad Hazzard says.
A soldier returning home to South Carolina for the holidays to see his wife and newborn daughter has been told by his wife’s landlord that he has “overstayed his welcome” and must move out.
Pima County, home of Tucson, is voting on a proposal that bans county offices from hiring smokers and hits current employees who smoke with a 30 percent increase in their health insurance premiums.
Another day, another feminist crusade.
— Heather (@hboulware) December 15, 2014
Outrage in the community is growing after Notre Dame Women’s basketball players wore shirts with the words “I can’t breathe.”
“I Can’t Breathe” is a phrase that continues to gain national attention and momentum.
Three South Bend Common Council members are calling for stores to not sell t-shirts made by a South Bend company with the slogan “Breathe Easy; Don’t Break the Law.”
His eyes filling with tears, Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins spoke passionately about a decision he knew would bring backlash and possibly harm his reputation.
The president of the Cleveland Patrolmen’s Association on Monday refused to back down from criticizing a Cleveland Browns player as “pathetic” for wearing a shirt calling for justice for two unarmed black men who were killed by police officers in Ohio.
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