U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov are in talks about what to do with the recent Syrian chemical attack in Geneva.
The New York Times reported on a partnership between federal and local law enforcement agencies and AT&T called the Hemisphere Project which began in 2007. The government pays for AT&T employees to be placed inside drug investigation units so agents can have quick access to phone data that has passed through all AT&T switches.
According to City A.M., the reflections from a London skyscraper are so strong they are melting cars parked on a nearby street. A Jaguar XJ was said to be smelling of melting plastic, with significant body distortion. The developers of the under-construction building are looking into the matter.
Veteran broadcaster Sir David Frost has died aged 74 after a suspected heart attack on board a cruise ship. He will be remembered internationally for his revealing interviews with former US President Richard Nixon.
Local authorities in Colcored, Oklahoma are distributing pallets of bottled water to residents, who are being ordered not to use tap water due to the presence of blood worms. Unfortunately, the worms are extremely resilient and resist both chlorine and bleach.
According to South Korean reports, Kim Jong-un’s ex-girlfriend Hyon Song-wol - a singer with the Unhasu Orchestra - was among a dozen who were arrested and later machine-gunned for violating laws against pornography.
The Obama administration said on Thursday it would not sue to undo laws legalizing marijuana in 20 states, though it will monitor those states to ensure they do not break 8 priority enforcement areas.
Fernand has weakened to a tropical depression, as its maximum sustained winds dropped to around 35mph on Monday. However, it is still bringing heavy rain to eastern Mexico. 7.7 million residents of Veracruz state have been advised to stay at home.