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Woman charged for distributing marijuana cookies at Wisconsin St. Patrick’s Day parade

Woman charged for distributing marijuana cookies at Wisconsin St. Patrick’s Day parade

Call it the (pot) luck of the Irish. A woman with a heart full of good intentions ended up in legal trouble at a St. Patrick’s Day parade in Wisconsin. Cathleen Krause, 57, was allegedly handing out a
University of Missouri officer fired hours after photo of him in blackface surfaces

University of Missouri officer fired hours after photo of him in blackface surfaces

A University of Missouri police officer was fired Tuesday after a photo of him in blackface surfaced, officials said. Marcus Collins admitted he was the person in the photo, according to a statement
‘Aladdin’ grants over 6,000 wishes, celebrates five years on Broadway

‘Aladdin’ grants over 6,000 wishes, celebrates five years on Broadway

Disney has a lot to celebrate this month: the monumental box office success of “Captain Marvel,” this week’s landmark acquisition of 21st Century Fox and now, five years since “Aladdin” flew to the

Protecting the internet after Christchurch: Far easier said than done

Last week a man in Christchurch, New Zealand filmed himself murdering 50 Muslims at their places of worship. Daoud Nabi, an Afghan who fled to New Zealand to escape the Soviet-Afghan war, greeted the

The latest proof Trump’s hateful words matter

In July of 2015, candidate Donald Trump told a national audience: “He [John McCain] is not a war hero. He was a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured.” On March 19, 2019

NCAA Tournament: More to the Madness than brackets ... check out our favorite prop bets

There's more to March than brackets and survivor pools. The NCAA's annual Big Dance is also the perfect opportunity to head over to your favorite sports book and drop a few bills on games played by
Deer Park fire finally extinguished in Houston

Deer Park fire finally extinguished in Houston

The massive blaze at a Houston petrochemical plant has finally been extinguished after burning for parts of four days. “As of 3 a.m. today the firefighting crews on the scene of the ITC Tank Farm Fire
Robert Kraft won’t take a plea deal that would require an admission of soliciting prostitution: report

Robert Kraft won’t take a plea deal that would require an admission of soliciting prostitution: report

He thinks he can get off. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will turn down a plea deal requiring an admission that he’d be found guilty of soliciting prostitution if tried, according to CNN. The

`We can do whatever we want. We’re the feds’ — U.S. Marshals terrorize Bronx family in search for man with a gun: lawsuit

A group of federal marshals acted like a gang of “lawless thugs,” terrorizing a family in a Bronx housing project for hours last year as they searched for a man on a relatively minor weapons
Cleveland sergeant accused of soliciting prostitutes used police computers to message 2,300 women: court documents

Cleveland sergeant accused of soliciting prostitutes used police computers to message 2,300 women: court documents

A Cleveland police sergeant accused of soliciting prostitutes used city computers to contact 2,300 women while on duty, according to court documents. Michael Rybarczyk, who also used the police

Mother runs over drunk son who wouldn’t get off of the driveway

A woman who allegedly ran over her drunk son with a car is in jail. Cynthia Grund, 58, said she rolled over the 37-year-old man because he was lying down in the driveway and asked her, “Why don’t you
De Blasio and Cuomo at a loss on what to do about racial and gender disparity at elite city public schools

De Blasio and Cuomo at a loss on what to do about racial and gender disparity at elite city public schools

Diversifying the city’s specialized high schools is on its way to becoming a game of political hot potato between Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo. Both leaders pointed at the other Wednesday as the
Drinking piping hot tea nearly doubles risk of esophageal cancer, new study says

Drinking piping hot tea nearly doubles risk of esophageal cancer, new study says

You’re better off letting your tea cool before sipping it. A scorching new study found that drinking tea — or likely, any beverage — piping hot nearly doubles the risk of esophageal cancer. While
Baltimore Mayor Pugh says she paid taxes on book sales, calls inquiries a 'witch hunt'

Baltimore Mayor Pugh says she paid taxes on book sales, calls inquiries a 'witch hunt'

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says she has properly reported and paid taxes on all sales of her “Healthy Holly” books and called inquiries into her deals with the University of Maryland Medical
California man dies after falling into ‘dangerous river’ while taking pictures with fiancée

California man dies after falling into ‘dangerous river’ while taking pictures with fiancée

A California man died after falling into a fast-moving river on an outing with his fiancée, officials said. Authorities found the body of 23-year-old Andy Odon Ortega Fonseca on Monday, a day after he
The heron has landed: Mandarin Duck forced to defend Central Park bird-beauty roost

The heron has landed: Mandarin Duck forced to defend Central Park bird-beauty roost

There’s a new bird beauty in town! The near-legendary Mandarin Duck, which for months has drawn throngs of admirers looking to catch a glimpse in Central Park, now has a rival. A dazzling and

Troubled Marine veteran with PTSD sentenced for amassing arsenal, detonating IED in Bronx street

A Marine veteran who amassed an astounding arsenal and planted an explosive device in neighbor’s car was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison during an emotional hearing that detailed his
Video of 5-year-old boy being shot in the head on Bronx street renews nightmare for family still celebrating his miraculous recovery

Video of 5-year-old boy being shot in the head on Bronx street renews nightmare for family still celebrating his miraculous recovery

After more than a year of celebrating a Bronx boy’s miraculous recovery from a gunshot wound to the head he suffered on his fifth birthday, his family was brought to tears Tuesday when video of the

Giants, Knicks GMs face decisive crossroads

Clarity is on the way for New York sports fans. With the upcoming NFL and NBA drafts and free agency on the horizon, Knicks and Giants fans could finally get some answers about where their teams are

Nancy Pelosi admits Congress likely can’t block Trump’s wall veto, will try anyway to make a ‘point’

Nancy Pelosi wants to set an example. The House speaker acknowledged Wednesday that Congress all but certainly won’t be able to block President Trump’s border wall veto, but asserted she will force a