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NYC Teen Arrested for After-School Stabbing

NEW YORK, NY – The New York City Police Department today announced that a six-year-old boy had been charged for an attempted stabbing that took place Tuesday afternoon at around 3:45 p.m. outside Queens Metropolitan High School. According to police, a student waiting for an after-school bus said an unidentified male approached him and tried to stab the boy in the chest. Fortunately for the victim, the knife used in the attack broke, and the student was uninjured. Upon investigation, New York City police detectives reviewed video footage and identified the sixteen-year-old suspect. On Friday, that video is shared with

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Alabama Nitrogen Hypoxia Execution Could Starve Brain of Oxygen in Minutes

Alabama Nitrogen Hypoxia Execution Could Starve Brain of Oxygen...

Oregon man found guilty of multiple sex crimes, victim released from jail

A Medford man was found guilty of rape, sodomy,...

3 Injured During Shooting at Amusement Park Near Pittsburgh

Three people including two teenagers were shot late Saturday at an amusement park southeast of Pittsburgh, which was kicking off a Halloween-themed festival.

Police recover ancient Torah stolen from Strip casino in June

The artifact was taken from a convention room at The Venetian, and the theft remains under investigation, Las Vegas police said.

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In journalism world, killing of RJ reporter viewed as ‘an exceptional case’

A Review-Journal reporter’s stabbing death was the first slaying of an American journalist tied to an elected official in at least 30 years.

N.J. residents divided on gun safety issues, poll says

Nearly every New Jerseyan is concerned about mass shootings, but state is divided on new laws vs. gun owner rights

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Will Special Master Dearie Face Carter Page FISA Conflict of Interest?

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Silver Spring Man Arrested for Shooting During Dispute

Gaithersburg, MD – Detectives from the Montgomery County Department of Police have arrested and charged 34-year-old Elliott George Patterson, of Silver Spring, for a shooting that occurred on Tuesday, September 6, 2022, in the 1900 block of Treetop Ln. in Silver Spring.  

At approximately 4:12 p.m., 3rd District officers responded to the location for the report of a shooting that just occurred.  

‘A whole village destroyed with one shot’: how PnB Rock’s murder shook hip-hop

The emcee was fatally shot in Los Angeles, joining a list of rappers murdered in the City of Angels

Rapper PnB Rock well knew the dangers Los Angeles posed for people in his line of work. During a podcast appearance earlier this month the 30-year-old described a confrontation that had taken place while out with his girlfriend and daughter. “People see me out with my family, and I guess they think I’m out here lackin’,” the Selfish rapper confessed to hip-hop arbiter DJ Akademiks. “Where I’m from, we, like, sneaky criminals. But in LA, they bold.”

The haunting episode has only become more so since PnB Rock, real name Rakim Hasheem Allen, was fatally shot on 12 September while at lunch with his girlfriend at Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles – a landmark family dining establishment in Los Angeles. Witnesses say the unidentified gunman stole PnB’s Rolex watch and jewelry after shooting him multiple times. A suspect has yet to be arrested in the ongoing murder investigation.

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Former Securities Brokers Sentenced to Federal Prison Terms for Perpetrating Securities Fraud Scheme

MIAMI – A South Florida federal judge has ordered prison sentences for two former securities brokers who defrauded investors out of $1.5 million by — among other things — lying about stock offerings, failing to disclose their exorbitant commission rates, and using an alias to hide one of the broker’s disciplinary pasts. U.S. District Judge Rodney Smith sentenced Jeffrey Alan Horn, 47, of Coral Springs, Florida to 100 months and Omar Leon Plummer, 54, of Margate, Florida, to 36 months in prison. In April, a federal jury in Ft. Lauderdale found Horn and Plummer guilty of conspiring to commit securities

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