Because of a rapper named "The Game," the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says it's coined a new term and officials are not happy about it. The term? "Flash calls." And because of them, they say, public safety was compromised. A sheriff's spokesman says "The Game" tweeted out the public number of the station in Compton. And within minutes, dispatchers were overwhelmed with calls, delaying help for people who really needed it for two and a half hours. Now L.A.'s sheriff is thinking about filing charges. CNN's Don Lemon talked with Captain Mike Parker about what happened Friday night.
The U.S. government is increasing efforts to find the remains of missing U.S. servicemembers in Southeast Asia. Teams are rushing to find and identify almost 1,800 MIAs before their remains are lost, and while their relatives are still alive.
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