Mitch Hurwitz participates in a panel discussion at the Fox Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif., Monday, Aug.
Two men accused of butchering a British soldier had been part of previous investigations by security services, a British official said Thursday, as investigators searched several locations and tried to determine whether the men were part of a wider plot to instill terror on the streets of London.
In this undated image released Thursday May 23, 2013, by the British Ministry of Defence, showing Lee Rigby known as 'Riggers' to his friends, who is identified by the MOD as the serving member of the armed forces who was attacked and killed by two men in the Woolwich area of London on Wednesday.
People gather outside the Royal Artillery barracks in Woolwich, close to the scene where Lee Rigby was killed on Wednesday.
In the lurid scene of the red-handed knifeman describing his motives for hacking to death a British soldier in broad daylight, perhaps the most chilling aspect for Londoners was the man's unmistakably familiar accent.
Just before 11am the iron-shod skies over Woolwich - and the unseasonable chill in the air - finally combined to produce a blast of hail, followed by driving rain.
The questions being raised on Thursday after the brutal killing of an off-duty soldier on a London street echoed many of the questions raised after the Boston marathon bombing just five weeks before.
A group of students studying World War II at LaGrange College during the JanTerm semester with Joe Cafaro, Lisa Crutchfield and professor Cindi Bearden brought LaGrange Daily News with them to London, England.
The UK construction firm which built the Tate Modern has won the race to build the A 400m first phase of the Battersea Power Station development.
Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain would be "absolutely resolute" in the face of extremism Thursday, as he vowed that security services will not rest until they track down those responsible for the brutal hacking death of a British soldier in London.
Police said Thursday morning that they believe they know the man's identity but will not be releasing it at his family's request.
Assistant Commissioner Simon Byrne has defended the response times of police, saying officers were dispatched within five minutes and the situation was dealt with in 14 minutes.
The attack in Woolwich was horrific, the actions of local people in response and the head-teacher and staff at the school are a reflection of the values and strength of our community.
Dr Sheikh Hojjat Ramzy, director of the Oxford Islamic Information Centre, said he wanted to express his "utter condemnation and disgust" at the attack.
TONY EASTLEY: Londoners have been shocked by the brutal murder of a man in the south-east of the city which authorities say was a terrorist attack.