Search continues for former Los Angeles deputy missing in Greece

The search continues for a former California sheriff’s deputy who vanished Tuesday while vacationing in Greece amid reports that a second American tourist has now gone missing. Albert Calibet, who retired from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in 2018, disappeared after getting ready to head to the Greek island of Amorgos, a destination his … Read more

South Africa’s President Ramaphosa reelected after dramatic late coalition deal

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa was reelected by lawmakers for a second term on Friday, after his party struck a dramatic late coalition deal with a former political foe just hours before the vote. Ramaphosa, the leader of the African National Congress, won convincingly in Parliament against a surprise candidate who was also nominated — Julius Malema of … Read more

Nashville officer fired and arrested after allegedly appearing in OnlyFans traffic stop skit video

A former Nashville police officer was arrested Thursday after he allegedly appeared in a risqué mock traffic stop skit in an OnlyFans video that was filmed while he was on duty, officials said. Sean Herman was fired from the Metro Nashville Police Department on May 9, one day after detectives with the Specialized Investigations Division … Read more

Man with gun, body armor and writings that said ‘You gonna learn today’ arrested in NYC, officials say

An armed man with body armor, knives and suspicious writings that included the words “You gonna learn today” was arrested Wednesday in New York City. Police took the man into custody around 4:30 a.m. during a traffic stop in Queens, four law enforcement officials briefed on the investigation told NBC News. His identity has not … Read more

Hong Kong invokes new law to cancel passports of 6 overseas activists

HONG KONG — The Hong Kong government on Wednesday canceled the passports of six overseas-based activists under the new national security law, stepping up its crackdown on dissidents who moved overseas. Those affected were former pro-democracy lawmaker Nathan Law, unionist Mung Siu-tat and activists Simon Cheng, Finn Lau, Johnny Fok and Tony Choi — all accused of … Read more

A giant, ‘sunbathing’ fish that washed ashore in Oregon turned out to be an unexpected oddity

The name “mola” comes from Latin and means “milestone,” which refers to the fish’s flat and circular body. The fish are known for floating along the ocean’s surface — what some scientists lightheartedly refer to as “sunbathing.” But Nyegaard said the activity serves an important purpose: catching jellyfish and other gelatinous creatures for prey. Sunfish … Read more