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Veteran Bronx educator claims she was fired after refusing ‘Black Panther’ salute

Rafaela Espinal, a veteran Bronx educator, claims that her job was terminated when she refused to imitate the salute from the 2018 Marvel movie Black Panther during superintendent meetings.

Homeland Security Arrest Pilot Accused Of Having Multiple Guns and More Than 100 Lbs....

Homeland Security Investigations Agents have arrested a man who flew his plane into a Jenks airport with 102 pounds of meth and guns on board, according to an arrest report.

Long Island New Yorker busted for driving with 99 license suspensions

A Long Island man arrested for driving with 99 license suspensions.

Two building staff who witnessed Asian woman, 65, being kicked in the head on...

The victim, 65, was on her way to church when she was attacked by a man in Manhattan on Monday. He reportedly told her: 'F*** you, you don't belong here.'

Texas boy, 9, accidentally shot by father during alleged road rage incident

A 9-year-old Houston boy is in critical condition after he was mistakenly shot in the chest by his father who had pulled out his gun during a road-rage incident, authorities said.

‘They killed a puppy’ | Officer under investigation after shooting dog

A puppy was killed by a New Orleans police officer Saturday night in the Lower Garden District, the New Orleans Police Department reported.

Rhinos, camels and bone-crushing dogs once roamed Nebraska

An excavation site at an ancient watering hole reveals these secrets of the past and more.

Ex-UCLA gynecologist James Heaps indicted on 21 sex abuse counts and held on $1.19...

A grand jury indicted a former gynecologist at the University of California, Los Angeles on 21 counts of sexual abuse offenses Monday in a case in which he's accused of sexually assaulting seven women, court documents say.

Two teens were suspended for hours on a broken amusement park ride in Florida

Two teens were rescued from the Old Town slingshot ride in Kissimmee after one of the cables broke Thursday night, according to Osceola County Fire Rescue.

Man sues Hertz over receipt that cleared him of murder

A Michigan man is suing a car rental company for failing to produce in a timely manner a receipt that would have proved his innocence long before he was convicted of a 2011 murder

Unusual treatment shows promise for kids with brain tumors

For decades, a deadly type of childhood cancer has eluded science’s best tools. Now doctors have made progress with an unusual treatment: Dripping millions of copies of a virus directly into kids’ brains to infect their tumors and spur an immune system attack.

Otters at Georgia Aquarium test positive for Covid-19

Otters at the Georgia Aquarium most likely picked up COVID-19 from an asymptomatic staff member, officials say.

GUILTY: Jury recommends 4 life sentences for Army Major convicted of murdering neighbor ‘who...

An ex-Army Major killed a neighbor he believed was sleeping with his bigamist ex-wife and two others to stop a child rape court-martial against him.

Alex Trebek’s Wife Reveals the “Beautiful” Discovery He Made Before His Death

Alex Trebek's wife, Jean Trebek, talked to NBC News about the impact the late Jeopardy! host had on people and what he discovered before he died of pancreatic cancer in 2020.

She just became the oldest living person in the US and all she wants...

Thelma Sutcliffe, 114, was recently named the oldest living American.