Information from airport interviews to be shared as part of Anglo-US drive to protect potential victims
British police and border security will share intelligence on female genital mutilation with US counterparts as part of a drive to increase prosecutions and prevent abuse.
Information on flight paths and investigations will be shared between the UK authorities and US agencies, including the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.
In a decision last May, the Supreme Court said that individual states can, in effect, “Play ball!” on legalized sports betting. In just three months, seven states have approved sports wagering while 14 others have bills pending. The rush is on to tap the estimated $150 billion now spent in illegal sports gambling each year in the United States.
A “micro-fracture” from a possible collision with a rock fragment sets off alerts on the ISS.