Man arrested for defacing Trump's Walk of Fame star in Los Angeles

Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is seen after it was vandalized in Los AngelesBy Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A man was arrested on Thursday for defacing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's star a day earlier on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles with a sledgehammer and a pickax, police said. A man who identified himself to local media as James Lambert Otis was captured on video in a hard hat and reflective vest as he hacked at the star before dawn on Wednesday on a bustling sidewalk in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Hollywood. Trump, the former host of NBC's reality TV show "The Apprentice," received his Walk of Fame star in 2007.

Suspect arrested in destruction of Trump's Hollywood star

Pedestrians walk past a cordoned off area surrounding the vandalized star for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Wednesday, Oct. 26,2016, in Los Angeles. Det. Meghan Aguilar said investigators were called to the scene before dawn Wednesday following reports that Trump's star was destroyed by blows from a hammer. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles police arrested a man suspected of using a sledgehammer to destroy Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, officials said Thursday.

Humanity killing off Earth's wildlife: study

The five main drivers of wildlife decline -- in order of importance -- are habitat loss, overconsumption, pollution, invasive species and diseaseOn current trends, that plunge in stocks of global wildlife could extend to two-thirds by 2020, an annual decline of two percent, conservation group WWF and the Zoological Society of London warned in their joint biennial Living Planet report. "This should be a wake-up call to marshal efforts to promote the recovery of these populations," said Ken Norris, director of science at the Zoological Society of London.

Broadband privacy rules approved despite industry pushback

NEW YORK (AP) — Federal regulators have approved new broadband privacy rules that make internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon ask customers' permission before using or sharing much of their data, potentially making it more difficult for them to grow advertising businesses.
Training for a title: Cubs fans take Amtrak through night

Chicago Cubs fan Marvin Thomas sleeps Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, during the train ride from Cleveland to Chicago's Union Station after attending Game 2 of baseball's World Series in Cleveland Wednesday night. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)ABOARD THE LAKE SHORE LIMITED (AP) — As the Amtrak train slowly chugged through the Ohio night, past factories along the Lake Erie shore illuminated by pinkish lights, Marvin Thomas stretched across a pair of seats, proudly wrapped in a blue satin Cubs jacket.

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