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Poisonous toads overrun South Florida neighborhood

Thousands of adorable but poisonous Bufo toads, which can kill pets and are dangerous to children, have invaded a suburban Florida neighborhood. Cane toads, as they are known, range from 6 to 9 inches

Hot-air heist: balloon stolen in Indiana finds its way to Florida festival

Knock that one off your bucket list – or, in the case of a Florida police department, their balloon-basket list. Police in Marion County have solved their first ever hot-air heist by nabbing an errant
Jehovah’s Witnesses kept secret list of hundreds of child molestation reports, says report

Jehovah’s Witnesses kept secret list of hundreds of child molestation reports, says report

The Jehovah’s Witness community allegedly maintained a secret list of hundreds of child molestation reports by “undocumented child molesters.” According to The Atlantic, the Watchtower Bible and Tract

The ‘Fuller House’ cast mentioned Lori Loughlin during Kids Choice Awards

The cast of Netflix’s “Fuller House” referenced college admissions scandal-plagued former co-star Lori Loughlin while appearing at the 2019 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards. While accepting the Orange

Giants co-owners admit OK’ing Odell Beckham trade was tough

PHOENIX — John Mara called his sign-off on the Odell Beckham trade “a reluctant approval.” Steve Tisch called the decision “one of the toughest we’ve had to make in a long time -- many, many years.”

John Mara: Eli still can win, Giants will draft a QB if club has ‘conviction about him’

PHOENIX — John Mara believes Eli Manning still can win, wants the Giants to win in 2019 while building for the future, and doesn’t want to force a quarterback in the first round of April’s draft if

More states are making it legal to eat roadkill

Great, another reason to pull over to the side of the road. Lawmakers in at least 27 states have passed legislation to make eating roadkill legal. Legislators in several states, including California,

Teens rob Belgian tourist taking bike tour through Harlem: cops

This probably wasn’t the full New York City experience she hoped for. A Belgian tourist on a cycling tour through Harlem was mugged Sunday by a group of marauding teenagers who took her purse and

Jets Adam Gase and Gregg Williams practices ‘might be spicy’

PHOENIX — Jets CEO Christopher Johnson admitted that he didn’t have any reservations about bringing defensive coordinator Gregg Williams on board given his role in the Bounty Gate scandal seven years

Lyft driver’s death is ninth NYC cabbie suicide in 16 months

The suicide of a Lyft driver in Queens prompted calls from his union on Sunday for the company to stop fighting the city’s minimum wage rules. Lu Wu, 49, was found dead on Myrtle Ave. and 75th St. in

Guggenheim Museum no longer accepting donations from Sackler family amid opioid crisis

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York announced Friday it would no longer accept gifts and other donations from the Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma, the company at the center of the

Jets CEO: “If we win a Lombardi Trophy, I’ll wear it around like a crown until people are sick of me”

PHOENIX — The Johnson brothers just shelled out about 125 freakin’ million bucks in the past two weeks to improve the Jets roster, so you can bet your sweet derriere that they’re expecting a return on

Late wrestler King Kong Bundy made a living slamming people to the ground, but left several bereft kitties

He may have been known as the “walking condominium,” but pro wrestler King Kong Bundy, who died suddenly this month at age 61, had a much softer side. The wrestling champ faced off against the likes

Schumer says Trump push to cut regulations endangers air travelers

The Trump administration’s push to push to cut federal regulations puts American air travelers’ lives at risk, Sen. Chuck Schumer said Sunday. A 2017 Trump executive order requiring federal agencies

Missouri teen allegedly spiked coworkers’ drinks with LSD because they had ‘negative energy’

A 19-year-old Missouri man has been accused of tricking coworkers into ingesting LSD. The unidentified teenager, who worked at an Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Arnold, told police that he had dosed two

Release Mueller report and bring AG to testify before Congress, says House Judiciary chairman Nadler

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report about President Trump’s 2016 campaign must be made public, Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said at a news conference on his home turf Sunday. Nadler, the

8-year-old Queens fire victim Tighani Jones remembered with tears, love, at funeral

Eight-year-old Tighani Jones was remembered with tears, stories and an abundance of love at a funeral service packed with more than 100 family members and friends on Sunday. The boy was killed in his

UGA fraternity suspended after racist video, four students expelled from TKE

The Tau Kappa Epsilon chapter at the University of Georgia has been temporarily suspended and four students expelled from the group after a racist video from its members went viral online. A 30-second

Yankees’ Tyler Wade ‘blindsided’ by demotion

FT. MYERS, Fla. — Tyler Wade did everything the Yankees asked of him this spring, and it still wasn’t enough. The utility infielder, who played the outfield to try and fit into the big league roster,

Stephen Tarpley makes Yankees’ Opening Day roster

FT. MYERS, Fla. — Stephen Tarpley’s audition began long before this spring. The lefty opened the organization’s eyes last fall when he came up and struck out 13 batters in nine innings work. The