UK lowers terror threat level from

UK lowers terror threat level from "critical" to "Severe"

She said significant activity by the police during the last 24 hours had led to the threat being reduced. "The level of resources we have available to us remains the same as we continue to take positive action so you will notice additional officers, including armed officers, on patrol especially at a number of events this weekend to ensure the security and safety of everyone but it's important that people remain alert and vigilant", he said.

Betty Shelby, Tulsa Cop, Acquitted in Fatal Shooting

Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma , were preparing for protests on Thursday after a white officer was acquitted by a jury of killing an unarmed black man in a case that stirred tensions over racial bias in policing. After the verdict, Officer Shelby exited the building and ran toward a waiting vehicle. "Our thoughts and prayers should be with the Terence Crutcher and Betty Shelby families during this hard time", Fallin wrote.

Police Believe Manchester Bomb Made in City Apartment

Police Believe Manchester Bomb Made in City Apartment

The images show Abedi in the hours before the attack, wearing sneakers, jeans, a dark jacket and a baseball cap. A rucksack can be seen on his back, which detectives believe could have held the explosives that tore through crowds as they were leaving the Manchester Arena.

Eurovision Song Contest 2017

The final of Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev last night (May 13) brought with it the usual mix of camp chaos and ballgown balladry, but mostly went off without a hitch. The song attained 758 points, ahead of Bulgaria in second on 615 points and Moldova in third on 374 points, and way up from last year's victor Jamala for Ukraine, which received 534 points.

New arrest in Manchester bombing as hate crimes rise

New arrest in Manchester bombing as hate crimes rise

British police said late Thursday that it will continue sharing intelligence on the Manchester bombing probe to USA officials after temporarily halting the flow of information because of leaks to the media - including The New York Times' publication of the crime-scene photos.