Archive for June 8th, 2016

'No remains left to recover' after man falls into Yellowstone geyser

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016:

Rangers suspended their attempts on Wednesday to recover the body of a man who wandered from a designated boardwalk and fell into an acidic hot spring at Yellowstone National Park, another in a string of incidents raising concerns over visitor behaviour. “They were able to recover a few personal effects,” park spokeswoman Charissa Reid said. “There were no remains left to recover.” Colin Nathaniel Scott, 23, of Portland, Ore., was with his sister and had travelled about 200 metres off the boardwalk on Tuesday when he slipped and fell into the hot spring in the Norris Geyser Basin, park officials […] Read More →

3 held in New York package explosion

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016:

Three people are in custody and are being arraigned on first degree assault charges in connection with the May 29 bombing at the Floyd, New York, home of Alan Dobransky, according to Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara. He said there could be additional charges, including attempted murder. Dobransky, 53, remains in critical condition at SUNY Upstate Medical University Hospital in Syracuse with burns over 50% of his body after opening the explosive package, Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol said. A neighbor told CNN affiliate WKTV the explosion sounded like “two cars hitting head-on.” Officials said Cindy Shields, 56, from […] Read More →

‘Occupied’ and ‘The Bureau’: Two Gripping European Thrillers

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016:

Photo Mathieu Kassovitz, center, in “The Bureau,” a French spy series that recalls American thrillers. It is now available on iTunes. Credit Kino Lorber You hate to give in to national stereotypes, but a pair of recent engrossing European thrillers fulfill certain expectations about their home countries. “The Bureau,” a French spy series whose 10-episode first season became available on iTunes on Tuesday (the first episode is free), is moody, cynical and stylish, with the pace and disjunctive tics of an art-house film. “Occupied,” a Norwegian political drama whose 10-episode first season began unspooling on the Pivot cable channel last […] Read More →

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