{FD} Ecuador denies decision made to expel Wikileaks founder

A senior Ecuadorian official said no decision has been made to expel Julian Assange from the country’s London embassy despite tweets from Wikileaks that sources had told it he could be kicked out within “hours to days.”

{FD} Suspect arrested in North Dakota quadruple murder

A “person of interest” who was detained Thursday in connection with four workplace murders in North Dakota earlier this week has now been arrested and charged with the killings, authorities said.

{FD} Motel 6 settles suit for $12M over guest names given to immigration officials

Motel 6 reached a $12 million settlement with Washington state on Thursday after prosecutors said the chain violated privacy rights by giving information to immigration officials that sometimes led to the detainment or deportation of former guests….

{FD} Student group decries Columbia prof’s ‘disturbing’ Israel-ISIS comparison

A pro-Israel student group at Columbia University has called on the university’s leadership to denounce a Facebook post by an Iranian studies and comparative literature professor in which he compared the Jewish state to ISIS.