https://cbsnewyork.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/screengrab-00004.jpg

People

NYPD announced on Monday, October 15, that the department had sufficient evidence to "arrest nine members of the Proud Boys for rioting and attempted assault, the Daily Beast reported ". The NYPD is defending its preparedness for Friday night's event before violence between a far-right group and anti-fascist activists broke out, reports CBS2's Alice Gainer.
  • Tropical Storm Michael Moves Near Western Cuba

    People

    Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for 26 counties in the Panhandle and Big Bend coastal region of northern Florida. This could lead to life-threatening flash flooding in some areas. Hurricane Michael is now a Category 1 hurricane as of the 2 PM advisory from the National Hurricane Center . The storm at 8 a.m. was travelling with 35-mph winds .
  • Turkish Investigators to Search Saudi Consulate in Disappearance of Saudi Journalist

    Turkish Investigators to Search Saudi Consulate in Disappearance of Saudi Journalist

    People

    He opened his plea by violating journalistic ethics - he revealed that Khashoggi had been the source of an anonymous quote in one of his previous columns. As a contributor to the Post , Mr Khashoggi has written extensively and critically about Saudi Arabia. Hunt said he was seeking urgent answers about the fate of Khashoggi, one of the highest-profile critics of the Saudi leadership.
  • Bulgarian man charged with murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova

    Bulgarian man charged with murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova

    People

    The Bulgarian Interior Minister Mladen Marinov described the murder as "exceptionally brutal" and said Marinova was raped before she was murdered, according to state media . "Bulgarian authorities must employ all efforts and resources to carry out an exhaustive inquiry and bring to justice those responsible", the media watchdog said in a statement .
  • 'Tito Mboweni, Sha Sha': Twitter welcomes new finance minister

    'Tito Mboweni, Sha Sha': Twitter welcomes new finance minister

    People

    His resignation was made in "the interests of good governance", said Ramaphosa. Alluding to Nene's refusal to give the green light to the Russian nuclear deal, which was being pushed through by former president Jacob Zuma and which would have indebted South Africa to the European state for years to come, Ramaphosa praised Nene saying: "He served our people under very hard circumstances and often coming under pressure but he consistently defended the cause of proper financial management ...
  • Protesters storm Capitol steps ahead of Kavanaugh vote: 'Shame! Shame!'

    Protesters storm Capitol steps ahead of Kavanaugh vote: 'Shame! Shame!'

    People

    In a twist, Murkowski said she would state her opposition but vote "present" as a courtesy to Kavanaugh supporter Sen. One GOP senator was absent during the vote because of his daughter's wedding thousands of miles from Washington , D.C. Republicans narrowly control the Senate and have a somewhat larger majority in the House of Representatives. "What I can speak to is when victims of sexual assault and violence go to their Congress people - when they go to their senators and they ask for ...
  • Soros behind anti-Kavanaugh protests

    Soros behind anti-Kavanaugh protests

    People

    Activists, including female survivors of sexual assault , have in recent days been confronting senators as they enter elevators in the US Capitol and in Senate office buildings. But Hatch was dismissive, telling a group of women survivors to " grow up " in a testy exchange Thursday near an elevator in the Capitol complex. "How do you know how I'm going to vote?" the senator responded after criticism from a protester.
  • 5.2-magnitude aftershock rattles northern Haiti

    5.2-magnitude aftershock rattles northern Haiti

    People

    Another four people died in and around the town of Gros-Morne further south, including a boy struck by a falling building, said mayor Jean Renel Tide. On Sunday, an aftershock of magnitude 5.2 hit the country, reported AP. In 2016, Hurricane Matthew shredded parts of the country and left at least 336 people dead.
  • UChicago Alum, Former Professor Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

    UChicago Alum, Former Professor Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

    People

    His work is fundamental to endogenous growth theory , which holds that investments in human capital, innovation and knowledge are significant contributors to economic growth. Also, Nordhaus was the first person to create the model that shows that the economy and the climate are interlinked. Nordhaus has been a prominent advocate of the use of a uniformly applied carbon tax as the best way to put a true cost on the use of burning fossil fuels and so reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Palestinian kills two Israelis in West Bank

    Palestinian kills two Israelis in West Bank

    People

    Surveillance camera footage broadcast on Israeli television showed a man armed with a rifle fleeing down stairs and running away from the factory. Israeli security forces raided the village of a Palestinian suspected of shooting two Israelis dead, the army said Monday, making arrests while the assailant himself remained at large.
  • China tells Trump administration to stop its 'misguided' actions and allegations

    China tells Trump administration to stop its 'misguided' actions and allegations

    People

    Pompeo also met with Politburo member Yang Jiechi. "It's a long process", Pompeo told reporters Monday. The U.S.'s top diplomat retweeted Trump's tweet touting a "good meeting" in Pyongyang. "There was an exchange of stands of the top leaderships of the two countries on the issues arising in holding the second DPRK-US summit talks to be followed by an in-depth discussion of them", the KCNA said.
  • Interpol chief missing, France launches investigation

    Interpol chief missing, France launches investigation

    People

    In July a year ago, Meng gave a speech on the importance of cracking down on cyber crime which observers said might reflect China's views on the issue. This is with reference to a source the newspaper writes South China Morning Post. Meng Hongwei, who also holds the post of deputy minister in the Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China , was "detained" for questioning by law enforcement officers, "as soon as his plane landed in China ", SCMP quotes its source.
  • Pakistan's opposition leader jailed for 10 days ahead of by

    Pakistan's opposition leader jailed for 10 days ahead of by

    People

    Sharif's party (PML-N) had come second in the general election leading their party to denounce "the polls as rigged" and allege "the military and courts tipped the scale in favour of Khan's party". Chaudhry said while the government was willing to assist NAB in administrative matters, the bureau was an independent institution which was not under the government.
  • Up to 20 countries helping in tsunami-struck Indonesia

    Up to 20 countries helping in tsunami-struck Indonesia

    People

    After days of delays, global aid has finally started to arrive in the disaster zone, where the United Nations says nearly 200,000 people are in need of humanitarian assistance. 5, 2018. The National Disaster Mitigation Agency estimated a series of earlier quakes that hit the resort island of Lombok in July and August had caused damages worth 12 trillion rupiah ($790 million) and killed almost 500 people.
  • Interpol's President Has Been Missing For More Than A Week

    Interpol's President Has Been Missing For More Than A Week

    People

    Meng Hongwei (孟宏偉), 64, was last seen leaving for China late last month from Interpol headquarters in Lyon , France, a source close to the inquiry told reporters. Xi has been seeking the return of officials and businesspeople accused of fraud and corruption from overseas, sometimes with the help of Interpol in an arrangement human rights advocates say is prone to abuse.