6 juvenile probation officers sworn in

The new probation officers were sworn in by Allen County Judge Daniel Heath, who called them an integral part of local law enforcement and juvenile justice.

No probe interference tolerated, acting FBI head pledges

Andrew McCabe responded to questions from the top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee, Mark Warner of Virginia, who said he thought former FBI Director James Comey’s dismissal was directly related to the Russia investigation.

City removes 2nd of 4 Confederate statues in New Orleans

As the statue was lifted from its perch on a grassy median along one of the city’s main thoroughfares, a cheer went up from some of the dozens of protesters on the scene who have been pushing for the monument’s removal

Snapchat’s growth stalls in Facebook’s shadow in 1Q report

On Wednesday, Snap Inc. announced a massive loss and a continued slowdown in user growth, while revenue fell below Wall Street’s expectations in its first earnings report as a public company. Just a week earlier, Facebook posted double-digit revenue growth for the first quarter — much as it has consistently since its initial public offering in 2012.

North Korea says it will seek extradition of plot culprits

Pyongyang will seek the extradition of anyone involved in what it says was a CIA-backed plot to kill leader Kim Jung Un last month with a biochemical poison, a top North Korean foreign ministry official said Thursday.