Police Dash Cam Captures High Speed Chase, Shoot-Out During Ride-Along

Police Dash Cam Captures High Speed Chase, Shoot-Out During Ride-Along

The officer was not hurt, but a woman who was participating in a civilian ride along, in the front passenger seat of the vehicle, suffered minor scratches from broken glass. Police said they found an AR15-style pistol and other evidence nearby. Police officers in California capture shocking dashcam video of officers chasing a suspect as they speed away in a vehicle, shooting at officers.

Obama leaves Nevada after rallying for Clinton, Dems

Obama leaves Nevada after rallying for Clinton, Dems

WASHINGTON (CNN ) - President Barack Obama is taking an unprecedented step into down-ballot races in the final two weeks before the 2016 election. Michelle Obama will make a joint campaign stop Tuesday with Clinton in Winston-Salem, N.C., to encourage early voters to head to the polls.

Train derailment kills 55, wound almost 600 in Cameroon

Rail officials said the train had been carrying 1,300 passengers, instead of the usual 600 when it derailed in Eseka on Friday. More than 500 persons have been injured in the accident, which occurred near a station in the small town of Eseka in central region, Efe news reported.

Tyrann Mathieu critical of Cards offense, special teams after tie

Not only to your eyes. And even that wasn't enough to win. Both kickers made field goals early in the OT, but then Arizona's Chandler Catanzaro bounced a 24-yard would-be victor off the left upright before Seattle's Stephen Hauschka missed a 27-yarder with 7 seconds left.

Pentagon chief in Irbil for closer assessment of Mosul fight

Omer said Kurdish security forces recovered the bodies of 56 militants who took part in the attack. Authorities in Kirkuk regained control of the city yesterday and partially lifted a curfew declared after the militants stormed police stations and other buildings.

Kashmir core issue between Pakistan, India: Sharif tells UK

It is only through sustained diplomacy that Pakistan and India can address their issues and forge an effective cooperative model to their mutual benefit, he said . He called upon the worldwide community to take note of the "human rights violations and atrocities committed by Indian forces" in Kashmir. "The people of Jammu and Kashmir have been active participants in the democratic processes at both the central and state levels", he said.