Man Charged With Groping 11-Year-Old Girl’s Chest In Queens; Audio ExcerptA man was arrested Thursday and charged with groping an 11-year-old girl in Queens last week, police said. Jose Para, 35, of Queens, was charged with sexual abuse of a victim under 13 and acting in a manner injurious to a child in connection with the incident on Thursday, June 23, police said.
Gunmen Attack In Bangladesh Diplomatic Zone; Hostages Taken; Audio ExcerptA group of as many as nine gunmen attacked a restaurant popular with foreigners in a diplomatic zone of the Bangladeshi capital on Friday night, taking hostages and exchanging gunfire with security forces, authorities said. CBS News confirmed that a police officer was killed in the attack and at least 12 people were injured.
Divvy Rider Killed, Believed To Be Nation's First Bike-Share Death; Audio ExcerptA 25-year-old Divvy rider who was struck by a flatbed truck at the intersection of Belmont and Sacramento avenues has died, according to police in Avondale. The incident is reportedly the first time in U.S. history that a bike-share rider was killed while on a rented bike.
4 Police Officers, 4 Robbery Suspects Hurt In Crash After Chase; Audio ExcerptFour Chicago police officers and four robbery suspects were injured after a crash in the West Pullman neighborhood, following a police chase that started in Tinley Park. An unmarked police vehicle crashed into a home and another vehicle flipped onto its roof in a crash at 124th and Union late Friday morning.
Report: Flyers Sign Forward Dale Weise; Audio ExcerptThe Flyers have reportedly signed forward Dale Weise, according to reports. Flyers forward Michael Del Zotto tweeted the news. Weise and Del Zotto played together with the Rangers in 2010-11.
AG Loretta Lynch Says She Won’t Overrule Findings In Clinton Email Case; Audio ExcerptAttorney General Loretta Lynch says she won’t overrule the findings of an FBI-led investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Speaking at a conference in Colorado Friday, she also acknowledged that an impromptu meeting this week with former president Bill Clinton “cast a shadow” over the public perception of the neutrality of the investigation. Lynch said she will not be recusing herself from the case.