Sunday poll Swiss voters back new surveillance law

Swiss voters approved a new surveillance law on Sunday, in a victory for the government which argued the security services needed enhanced powers in an increasingly volatile world. More

Finland 15,000 march in Helsinki anti-racism protest

Around 15,000 people marched in central Helsinki Saturday to protest against rising racism and violent right-wing extremism, police said, following the recent death of a man allegedly attacked by a neo-Nazi leader. More

Tensions following shooting Gunshot, pepper spray: Mayhem on streets of Charlotte

The loud crack of a gunshot startled protesters as they hurled objects and clashed with riot police in Charlotte, North Carolina, where racial tensions soared a day after a black man was killed by officers. More

Washington Post report Donald Trump used charity funds to pay legal settlements

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump used funds from his charitable foundation to pay settlements in legal cases involving his businesses, an apparent violation of laws governing non-profits. Read on for details... More

Saturday explosion, Chelsea district FBI detains five over New York bombing

Federal authorities on Sunday detained five people with possible links to the New York bombing, local media reported, citing unnamed law enforcement sources. More