*6 Bystander or was she targeted? Teacher killed, several others wounded in separate shootings across Chicago WGNtv.com In a seperate shooting, a 51-year-old man was killed and another man injured in the Fuller Park neighborhood on the South Side, according to family and officials.One of those killed was a 58-year-old woman, the sister of a Chicago police officer and teacher.Dr. Betty Howard was a beloved special education teacher who worked part-time as a real estate agent in Chatham. She was inside the real estate office when a stray bullet tore through the wall, taking her life. At the 58-year-old’s school, Brooks College Prep, students, parents and staff are devastated by her death. She was absolutely adored there and to lose her this way, by mis-directed gunfire from gang members, has hit those who knew her extremely hard– particularly her brother, we’re being told. He’s a chicago police officer.
*5 Man Dies After Officer Involved Shooting at Newport Beach 7-Eleven
KTLA A man was injured during an officer involved shooting at a Newport Beach 7-Eleven on May 29, 2014. Police responded to a call about a disturbance at 1495 Superior Ave.When officers tried to break up an altercation between an employee and a man, the man charged at the officers with a sharp metal instrument
*4 Newsmax Iranians sneaking into personal info Of another U.S. adversary, Iran, Hayden said he was "not shocked" to hear of Iranians using social media and other online tools to lull U.S. military and civilian officials into giving up sensitive personal data.
"This appears to have been a very sophisticated, slow-moving, patient attack by the Iranians using techniques that are readily available if you're clever enough to use them," said Hayden. "Look, we've all left a massive digital exhaust [trail] out there on the World Wide Web. There's an awful lot of information about each and every one of us out there."
Spies "use that to create emails and other kinds of communication that seem to be coming from a trusted source," he said.
Hayden said Iran is not to be underestimated in its capacity to spy or, really, do anything a nation-state puts its mind to. Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/NewsmaxTv/Michael-Hayden-leaks-eric-Shinseki-VA/2014/05/29/id/574112#ixzz33DwCXdZt
*3 An American in Syria who was working with an Al-Qaeda-backed militant group is believed to be the first United States citizen to be involved in a suicide attack in the country, reports say.
Evidence is mounting that NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s decision to expose the agency’s operational capabilities has led al-Qaeda to enhance its encryption technology, setting back counterterrorism efforts by years and needlessly placing American lives at risk. Officials warned as early as May 2013 that the leaks would provide aid and comfort to America’s enemies, and now that scenario is beginning to play out.
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*2 Another incredible "not coordinated" two vehicle crash where the 2nd vehicle "uncontrollably" runs over a baby in a stroller days after another "uncontrollable" drug dealer in a $40,000 Cadillac crashes into a Florida ex-cop crossing guard. Two cars crash, and one of them runs over a baby in a stroller in Texas.
ARLINGTON - Seconds after the stroller carrying his young son was crushed by a pickup truck, a father picked up the 7-month-old boy and carried him across the street.
Lots of "tragic" terrorist-grade events and "series of accidents" in South Korea:
May 28: Arson fire in subway by man in 70s nytimes
May 28: Hospital fire kills 21, patient arrested nytimes
May 26: Fire in bus terminal kills 7 nytimes
05/29/world/asia/after-south- korea-hospital-fire-kills-21- a-patient-is-held.html?_r=0
, seven people were killed after a fire swept through a five-story bus terminal in Goyang, just northwest of Seoul.
The series of accidents has eroded confidence in the country’s public safety measures.
Another fire believed to have been arson forced hundreds of people to flee a Seoul subway station. Seoul Metro, the operator of the subway, said a fire broke out in a subway car just as the train was pulling into Dogok Station in southern Seoul. The police said they were questioning a man in his 70s for a possible arson charge.
The fire was put out by subway officials, and no death or serious injury was reported.