DETROIT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday touted an expected announcement from Ford Motor Co about investments and jobs at U.S. plants, saying the automaker would make a major investment in three Michigan facilities. The company is expected to make an announcement later on Tuesday morning. In January, Ford scrapped plans to build a $1.6 billion car factory in Mexico and instead added 700 jobs in Michigan following Trumps criticism.
At least three dead in fire at Oakland residential building
The fire broke out at about 6 a.m. local time, ravaging a building that media said had been the target of safety complaints. One of the dead was identified as Edwarn Anderson, 64, said Deputy S. Sobrero, a spokesman for the Alameda County Coroner's office. The Alameda County Sheriff's Office said on Twitter three people were killed in the fire and a fourth person was missing.
Two Miami police officers shot in ambush-style attack: police
The officers were in an unmarked car at about 10 p.m. at the Annie Coleman housing projects, known as "The Rockies," when the men walked up to the vehicle and opened fire, the Miami Herald newspaper reported. At least one of the officers fired back, John Rivera, president of the Miami-Dade police union, said, and both survived the attack in the city's Brownsville district. The unidentified officers were in stable condition at a local hospital, Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez told journalists.
Suspect arrested, accused of throwing 'biblical text' into mosque
Investigators in Colorado arrested on Monday a man suspected of throwing a “biblical text” inside a mosque after smashing windows and a glass door of the Islamic center and overturning furniture inside, police said. Joseph Giaquinto, 35, was taken into custody and accused of criminal mischief, trespassing and a bias-motivated crime at the Fort Collins Islamic Center on Sunday, the Fort Collins Police Department said in a statement.
Manhunt prompts evacuation of Arizona wildlife park
A manhunt for an armed fugitive that triggered the evacuation of a popular wildlife park south of the Grand Canyon ended peacefully on Monday with the arrest of the suspect, police in Arizona said. The accused gunman was believed to have possibly fled into the Bearizona Wildlife Park after a confrontation with police that began as a traffic stop and turned into a high-speed chase, a spokesman for the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office said.