Orange County deputies have arrested a suspect in connection with a home invasion and assault Tuesday afternoon.
Japanese stocks dropped over 2% on Wednesday after heightened inflation worries hit Wall Street shares overnight, while investors awaited the Japanese ruling party's leadership election that will decide the country's next prime minister. Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party will start voting for a new leader at 1:00 p.m. Japan time (0400 GMT) and results from ballots of rank-and-file members and lawmakers are scheduled to be announced at 2:20 p.m. Running for the top post are Taro Kono, Fumio Kishida, Sanae Takaichi and Seiko Noda.
CNN said it has stopped posting articles on Australian Facebook Inc pages, citing a court ruling that publishers are liable for defamation in public comments and the social media firm's refusal to help it disable comments in the country. The move makes CNN, which is owned by AT&T Inc, the first major news organisation to pull its Australian Facebook presence since the country's high court ruled this month that publishers were legally responsible for comments posted below stories - even if the stories themselves were not defamatory. CNN does not feature prominently in Australian media consumption, but the decision could have reverberations across the industry if other outlets followed suit.