Christina Fallin has moved her trailer off Governors Mansion Grounds  

Time By : Jack Linshi

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin’s adult daughter will move her trailer off of the governor’s mansion ground, Fallin’s spokesman said Tuesday, in response to public concerns over her living on taxpayer-funded land.

Gov. Fallin revealed on Sunday that her daughter, Christina, has been staying in a trailer home linked to the mansion’s utilities since April, and is pleased to have her nearby as she seeks a permanent place to live, The Oklahoman reported. - Referenced Article

MIT unveiling $1.2 billion plan for Kendall Square  

Boston Globe By : Tim Logan

MIT is pushing ahead with plans to turn a string of Kendall Square parking lots into six new buildings for lab space, offices and apartments, the latest bid to turn the bustling innovation district into a 24/7 neighborhood and meet soaring demand from both companies and residents to be there.

The university’s investment arm said it will file Tuesday for city approvals to build on six lots along Main Street in Cambridge. - Referenced Article

Milwaukee Police Themselves Report Two Possible Lion Sightings  


Some streets remained roped off Sunday as a precaution after Milwaukee police reported two sightings of what appears to be a lion.

Armed police, accompanied by Department of Natural Resources agents, converged Sunday morning on a bridge over Lincoln Creek after a police officer saw a "catlike" animal in a ravine, but "unfortunately we weren't able to keep visibility," and the animal likely has escaped the containment effort, Milwaukee police Lt. Paul Formolo said. - Referenced Article

Trooper Brian Encina lies to his Supervisor  

Twitter By : Staff Reporting

Minutes after his encounter with Sandra bland Officer Brian Encina recounts the events over the phone with his supervisor

Russian austerity: Putin fires 110,000 officials  

CNN Money By : Ivana Kottasova

The Russian president signed a decree last week limiting the number of staff employed by the Interior Ministry to just over one million.

That requires massive layoffs that will bring total headcount down by 10%. Administrative staff will bear the brunt of the cuts at the ministry, which controls the Russian police, paramilitary security forces and the road traffic safety agency. - Referenced Article

Turkey bombs Islamic State targets in Syria  

BBC By : Staff Reporting

Turkish police also raided more than 100 properties in Istanbul, arresting 251 people linked to IS, the office of Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.

On Thursday, Turkish forces exchanged fire with IS fighters near the Syrian border.

One Turkish soldier was killed. - Referenced Article

Your Facebook Photos Are Fair Game for Prosecutors  

Money By : Staff Reporting

A state appeals court ruling this week has big privacy implications.

A New York state court ruled Tuesday that Facebook must comply with search warrants allowing government prosecutors to sift through users’ photos, messages and personal account information as part of an investigation of Social Security fraud.

The appeals court ruling said that the social network cannot challenge search warrants for 381 users’ Facebook data, although individual defendants can move to suppress the evidence. - Referenced Article

Man claims cops who ran stop sign, hit his vehicle tried to frame him on DUI charge  


A Brooklyn man claims NYPD cops in a SUV passed through a stop sign and broadsided his vehicle — then allegedly fabricated charges that he was driving under the influence of alcohol.

“I think the whole thing was insane,” Oliver Wiggins, 31, told the Daily News. “They ran a stop sign and I think they were trying to hide that they caused the accident.” - Referenced Articles

A tip too far? Sasha and Malia Obama leave generous sum at cafe  

Al Arabiya News By : Staff Reporting

The daughters of U.S. President Barack Obama enjoyed on Saturday a girls’ night out in New York City without their father.

Sasha and Malia, who were spending the night at Ruby's Cafe in Nolita, left a $34 tip for a bill that was a little over $100 - more than the traditionally accepted 10 percent tip. - Referenced Article

DA: Its Too Early to Know How Woman Died in Texas Jail Cell  

AP By : Staff Reporting

The prosecutor in a Texas county where authorities say a woman hanged herself in a jail cell said that it is too soon to determine exactly how she died and that the ongoing case is being treated as thoroughly "as it would be in a murder investigation."

Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis said at a news conference Monday that a Texas Rangers investigation into the death of Sandra Bland, whose family and friends dispute that she killed herself, is being supervised by the FBI. - Referenced Article

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