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8 people rescued, no deaths reported after building collapses in Davenport, Iowa

Eight people have been rescued after the partial collapse of a six-story apartment building in the eastern Iowa city of Davenport on Sunday evening.           

For Black drivers, a police officer's first 45 words are a portent of what's to come

A Black driver is more likely to face being searched, handcuffed, or arrested when a police officer's first words are commands rather than a greeting or an explanation.

Russia Issues Arrest Warrant for Lindsey Graham

US senator Lindsey Graham was issued an arrest warrant by the Kremlin following his conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Lawmakers race to secure US debt deal votes as deadline looms

A deal to raise the debt ceiling must now pass in the narrowly-divided House of Representatives.

‘Succession’ Series Finale: Shiv Roy Is ‘Still in Play’ After Her Devastating Decision

It was a "non-victory, non-defeat," Jesse Armstrong says after the HBO drama's last episode

‘The Little Mermaid’ Makes Box Office Splash With $117.5 Million Memorial Day Launch

Disney remake is among the top 5 openings for the holiday weekend, but has suffered a poor start internationally

8 people were rescued after the partial collapse of an apartment building in Iowa

A city official said there had been repair efforts underway on the outside of the apartment complex when it collapsed, after several bricks were reported to have fallen days earlier.

Selena Soule Challenges CT Ruling Allowing Trans Athletes to Compete in Women’s Sports

Female athletes return to court to challenge Connecticut court’s ruling of allowing transgender people in female categories in the wake of Hannah Arensman’s retirement from competitive cycling.

This Town Made Tina Turner. She Made It Famous.

The singer, who just died, immortalized her hometown in a song. Its residents remember how she sprinkled her glitter onto Nutbush, Tenn., opening it to the world.

Man injured in Memorial Day weekend shooting near SF hotel

A man was shot and injured early Monday morning near the Luma hotel, an upscale hotel in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, police said. 

Memorial Day : America honors the fallen

Photos honoring those who served and sacrificed on Memorial Day           

Commentary Names David Pakman Distinct From Other Progressive Commentators

NBC’s Jason Abbruzzese described progressive pundit David Pakman as distinct from his peers for his exclusive use of social media.

Biden gives message to grieving families on Memorial Day

This marks the nation's 155th National Memorial Day Wreath Laying and Observance Program, meant to honor America's fallen soldiers.

Debt Ceiling Deal Includes New Work Requirements for Food Stamps

The agreement will place additional work requirements on older Americans to receive food assistance, but will remove those barriers for veterans and homeless adults.

Monday update: DIAA spring sports tournament scores and schedules

Updated DIAA spring sports tournament scores and schedules going into Tuesday's action.           

Johnny Depp's Ankle Injury Forces Rescheduling of Hollywood Vampires' US Tour

The Hollywood Vampires—Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, and Johnny Depp—postponed three North American tour dates.

Los Angeles' storied makeout spots offer a vantage point for the city's growth

NPR's Ailsa Chang goes on a tour with LA Times columnist Patt Morrison of Los Angeles' top makeout spots, which offer a vantage point into the city's last century of development and urban sprawl.

A preview of some of the hot movies that lie ahead this summer

Here's a selective look ahead at the summer's potential blockbusters, awards contenders and crowd-pleasers.

Famous Artist Causes A Stir With Her Rendition Of The National Anthem

She rearranged most of the song and created a new tempo for the anthem

Texas Lawmakers Pass Ban on D.E.I. Programs at State Universities

It’s the latest state to defund diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.

A look at the new budget deal that would raise the debt ceiling

The White House and House Republicans have a deal on the debt ceiling. What remains to be done — and what are the roadblocks — ahead of a vote this week in the House?

Massive 10-Foot Great White Shark Spotted Near Jersey Shore on Memorial Day

Ocearch researchers have tagged 92 sharks in the Western North Atlantic, including this large juvenile great white shark.

At Guantánamo’s Court Like No Other, Progress Is Frustrated by State Secrets

The U.S. government is still sorting out what’s secret in an Indonesian bombing case more than two decades after the attack.

Teacher at Florida Christian school arrested for alleged sexual misconduct with a student

A teacher at a Christian school in Florida is in jail and facing charges of having inappropriate interactions with a student.

Massive fire burned through a famous Bay Area mansion on Friday

A massive fire occurred at a famous Bay Area mansion on Friday morning, the Monterey Fire Department said. 

A day on the job with commander of NY, NJ Coast Guard

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- As we honor our men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country, we're also highlighting a trailblazing woman in charge of the largest permanent military unit in the New York region of the United States Coast Guard.  U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Zeita Merchant ...

CHARLIE KIRK: Texas Lt. Gov. Given Huge Opportunity To Became Conservative Hero On Paxton Impeachment

The very future of the conservative movement in Texas now depends on Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.

Arrest made in fatal Brooklyn double shooting: NYPD

LINDENWOOD, Brooklyn (PIX11) — A man was arrested on Sunday for their alleged connection to a double shooting in Brooklyn that left a man dead, according to authorities. Police said Gioliver Tineo, 23, of Brooklyn, was arrested on Sunday around 1 p.m. Tineo was charged with murder, attempted ...

Suspect arrested in 5 separate Arizona shootings that left 4 dead

The Mesa Police Department on Sunday said Iren Byers, 20, has been booked into jail after separate shootings in Mesa, Arizona, and one in Phoenix.           

9 people injured in Hollywood, Fla., shooting

Police are responding to a shooting near the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk. A preliminary investigation shows that an altercation between two groups resulted in gunfire, police said.

Shooting near beach in Hollywood, Florida injures 9

Nine people were injured after gunfire erupted along a beach boardwalk in Hollywood, Florida, sending people frantically running for cover along the crowded beach on Memorial Day. (May 30)           

Mayor Johnson invokes ‘soul’ of Chicago’s ancestors at Memorial Day ceremony

Uganda Enacts Law Imposing Death Penalty For ‘Aggravated Homosexuality’

'This is hardly surprising for anyone following the events closely'

Secrets of the National Spelling Bee: Picking the words to identify a champion

On the eve of the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee, its word selection panel has worked long hours to approve all words, including their spellings, pronunciations and languages of origin.

Chris Christie Gets a Super PAC Ahead of His Likely 2024 Bid

The former governor of New Jersey, who has been at times both a confidant and a rival of Donald Trump, will have some outside help in his effort to win the Republican primary.

10th anniversary of the 'Murph Challenge'

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- On this Memorial Day, hundreds of athletes gathered on Long Island to honor the late Navy Seal LT Michael Murphy by taking the "Murph Challenge." The workout was a grueling physical and mental test and was Murphy's favorite. Monday marked the first challenge at the ...

Biden Reacts to Uganda's Harshest Anti-LGBTQ Bill Signed Into Law

US President Joe Biden called Uganda's new anti-gay law a human rights violation and threatened to halt funding and investment.

Joe Biden Laughs at Donald Trump’s Possible Pardon When Ron DeSantis Wins as President

President Joe Biden laughed at Donald Trump's possible pardon if Ron DeSantis gets elected as US President.

Memorial Day remembrances around NYC

BAY RIDGE, Brooklyn (PIX11) -- Remembrances spanned every corner of New York City this Memorial Day. In Bay Ridge, Brooklyn's Memorial Day Parade has the distinction of being the longest-running continuous parade in the country. Now in its 156th year of remembering those who paid the ultimate ...

Nun whose body shows little decay since 2019 death draws hundreds to rural Missouri

9 people injured in Florida beach boardwalk shooting

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) — Police are responding to a shooting near the beach broadwalk in Hollywood, Florida. Nine people were injured, police said. No deaths have been reported. A preliminary investigation shows that an altercation between two groups resulted in gunfire, police said. One person ...

An online memorial honors millions of deceased veterans buried in U.S. cemeteries

NPR's Juana Summers talks with James LaPaglia of the Department of Veterans Affairs about the Veterans Legacy Memorial.

One person critically injured after San Francisco Chinatown stabbing

One person was stabbed on Monday morning in San Francisco’s Chinatown, San Francisco police said. 

Deep-Pocketed Donors Bankroll Global Panel Cracking Down On ‘Misinformation’

Inspired by the tactics of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Memorial Day: President Biden Pays Respect to Sacrifice of US Troops

President Biden observed the 155th National Memorial Day observance with First Lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, at Arlington National Cemetery.

Biden speaks to military veterans on Memorial Day

U.S. President Joe Biden President Joe Biden addressed veterans at Arlington National Cemetery outside Washington on Monday to mark the Memorial Day holiday, saying that care for troops and their families is a "sacred obligation." (May 29)           

Uganda's leader signs into law anti-gay bill

Uganda's president has signed into law new anti-gay legislation that prescribes the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality." (AP video: Patrick Onen)           

Nine People Wounded in Memorial Day Shooting Near Florida Beach

Gunfire erupted in a dispute between two groups at the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, as crowds strolled by the stretch of beachfront near shops, restaurants and hotels.

Russia hits Kyiv in pre-dawn attack

Russia launched a pre-dawn attack on Ukraine's capital Tuesday as its air defense worked to stop drones in what has been a relentless wave of daylight and nighttime bombardments targeting Kyiv. (AP video: Vasilisa Stepanenko)           

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Here's the latest for Monday, May 29th: NATO-led force in clashes near Kosovo; Biden attends Memorial Day ceremony; Crews search collapsed building in Iowa; Vatican urges Catholic faithful to be more reflective on social media.           

The Colorado River deal won't be enough to save the river long term, experts say

There are winners and losers in the new landmark deal to avert a water shortage crisis on the Colorado River. But experts say it doesn't go far enough and no one should be celebrating.

Ethnic Serbs clash with NATO-led KFOR peacekeepers

The NATO-led KFOR peacekeeping force on Monday said that 25 of its troops were injured in the clashes with ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo who were trying to take over the offices of one of the municipalities where ethnic Albanian mayors took up their posts last week. (May ...

Why one expert says America's Fentanyl crisis has geopolitical roots

NPR's Juana Summers talks with Vanda Felbab-Brown, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, about the geopolitics of fentanyl and the opioid crisis at large.

Biden Bribery Scheme: FBI Director Christopher Wray Urges To Speak With Comer Over Alleged $5 Million Payment

James Comer will discuss Biden's alleged bribery scheme with the FBI director as he focuses on a $5 million payment.

DeSantis kicks off 2024 campaign with 3 state blitz

Hoping to put his bungled 2024 launch behind him, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis kicks off his presidential campaign in Iowa Tuesday, hitting 12 cities in three states as he tests his pitch as the most formidable Republican challenger to Donald Trump. (May 30)           

First death tied to 'tranq' reported in Europe

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- A death from the animal tranquilizer xylazine, known as tranq, was reported in England, the first time a fatality tied to the drug has been seen in Europe, according to the current issue of the Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. "The presence of xylazine in the illicit ...

Remains of Medal of Honor Recipient Luther Herschel Story Laid to Rest

Medal of Honor recipient Luther Story's remains were identified and buried in his home state of Georgia on Memorial Day.

Security beefed up after clashes in northern Kosovo

The NATO-led peacekeeping force has raised to 30 the number of troops injured in fierce clashes with ethnic Serbs who tried to take over the offices of a municipality in northern Kosovo. A statement on Tuesday said that 11 Italian soldiers and 19 Hungarian ones "sustained multiple injuries, ...

DeSantis Sets Sights on Iowa, Hoping It Slingshots Him Past Trump

After his much-maligned Twitter rollout last week, Ron DeSantis is joining the campaign trail, making a play for evangelical voters in the first-in-the-nation nominating state.

Philadelphia 76ers hired a doctor as head coach. What you need to know about Nick Nurse

Did you know the Philadelphia 76ers hired a doctor as coach? Here's what you need to know about Nick Nurse.           

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes starts prison term

Disgraced Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is in custody at the Texas prison where she will spend the next 11 years serving her sentence for overseeing an infamous blood-testing hoax, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. (May 30)           

Gun violence rages on Memorial Day weekend: 16 dead in at least 20 mass shootings

The Gun Violence Archive logged 20 incidents in which at least four people were injured or killed, not including the shooters.           

Prosecutor Recounts Day Turned Deadly in a Pittsburgh Synagogue

The Justice Department is seeking the death penalty for Robert Bowers, the man accused of killing 11 people in 2018.

She bought an abandoned US lighthouse. Now you can too

A US scheme to sell decommissioned lighthouses is helping people restore the once-mighty sentinels.

Former US first lady Rosalyn Carter has dementia

The diagnosis comes as her husband, former President Jimmy Carter, receives hospice care in Georgia.

Tulsa Race Massacre: ramifications of what happened in 1921 can still be seen today

NPR's Michel Martin talks to Victor Luckerson, author of Built from the Fire, and Oklahoma state Rep. Regina Goodwin, about the lasting effects of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

Teens Arrested For Setting Off Fireworks In Movie Theater

The Florida theater was evacuated after an explosion was reported Saturday

The New York Times Magazine Devotes an Issue to California

Raha Naddaf, one of the magazine’s story editors, explains the decision to zoom in on the Golden State.

ESPN Commentator Accused Of ‘Bigotry’ For Defending Women’s Sports

ESPN commentator Samantha Ponder has been accused of “bigotry” after posting a tweet opposing biological male participation in women’s athletics, Sports Illustrated reports. Ponder, who has worked at ESPN for over a decade, quote tweeted former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines, ...

This star is key for Eagles landing DeAndre Hopkins; what Jalen Carter can prove at OTAs

Here's why the Eagles can end up with DeAndre Hopkins; 5 questions at OTAs, including what Jalen Carter has to prove           

Why Florida's new immigration law is troubling businesses and workers alike

Gov. Ron DeSantis says the penalties for companies that violate new employment requirements will help the state prosper. But businesses and immigrant activists alike say it'll do more harm than good.

Scarborough Warns DeSantis Is A ‘Formidable Opponent’ For Biden

'he is a really formidable opponent for Joe Biden in the fall'

Typhoon Mawar approaches southern Japan

Typhoon Mawar is approaching southern Japan after skirting past Taiwan's eastern coast and lashing it with wind, rain and large waves on Tuesday.           

11-year-old boy arrested, charged with armed robbery, assault in Washington, D.C., police say

The 11-year-old was charged with armed robbery and assault with a dangerous weapon after a string of incidents around Washington, D.C. this month.           

Why are Delaware roads so dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians? And how to fix them

A look at Delaware's road safety. With record high traffic crash and fatality numbers, what can be done to keep pedestrians safe?           

When a second grader doesn't have lunch, a teacher steps in to save the day

It took a teacher to spot that Evelyn Flores didn't have any food. The hour that followed set the young student on a path to teaching.

DeSantis, Wading Into Debt-Ceiling Fight, Puts Pressure on Trump

So far, Ron DeSantis and Vivek Ramaswamy are the only Republican presidential contenders to weigh in on the recent deal in Washington — but others could yet join them.

REPORT: Britney Spears’ Ex-Husband Poised To Move Her Kids To Hawaii

Sources close to the situation said Spears doesn't object to the move

Third man charged for Jam Master Jay's murder 21 years later

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- A third man was arrested for the 2002 murder of Jason Mizell, also known as Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. Jay Bryant, 49, of Queens, was being held on federal drug charges in an unrelated case and ...

Migrants at Wright College respite shelter hope to soon depend on themselves: ‘We want to work’

Mom, cop blast DA after Brooklyn dismembered teen case dropped 

BROOKLYN, N.Y. (PIX11) -- The mother of a 19-year-old gay man who was found dismembered in a subway tunnel in 2005 lashed out at the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office for not moving forward with a second trial against convicted killer, Kwauhuru Govan, on the eve of jury selection. "The way ...

Majority Of Republican Voters Believe Trump Is Strongest Candidate Against Biden: POLL

In a head-to-head matchup, 56% of respondents would pick Trump and 35% would choose DeSantis

Reality TV Star Lisa Rinna Reveals She Left ‘Real Housewives’ After Receiving Death Threats

'Some of the most horrible things I’ve ever seen in print in my life'

Mayor: 5 unaccounted for in Iowa building

An Iowa mayor says five Davenport residents are missing including two people who could still be in the wreckage of a partly collapsed apartment building. (May 30)           

Google offloading 1.4 million square feet of Bay Area office space

Reducing its Bay Area real estate holdings is part of the tech company’s efforts to reassess its global real estate footprint.

Newark students depict their traumas onstage

NEWARK, N.J. (PIX11) - Stories of fiction we see on stage or screen may bring us to tears, but no story can rip your heart out like the real thing. Stage Rage is a program where St. Benedict's Prep students act out their traumatic experiences on stage. "It really brings you back to what ...

US Air Force plane intercepted in South China Sea

The US has said a Chinese fighter jet performed an "unnecessarily aggressive" maneuver during an intercept over the South China Sea. (May 30)           

‘Perfect Storm’ Of Flesh-Eating Bacteria Hitting US Beach, Researchers Believe

“I don’t think at this point, anyone has really considered these microbes and their capability to cause infections."

Chinese J-16 Fighter Pilot Performs “Aggressive” Maneuver on US Military Plane

A US Air Force RC-135 was intercepted by a Chinese fighter jet over the South China Sea

Parents Charged After Two-Year-Old Child Overdoses On Fentanyl

Olivas claimed that they did not receive any help despite reportedly qualifying for the program

Outdoor dining, expanded during COVID, would be made permanent under compromise passed by License Committee

Virginia eaglet rescued after plummeting from nest as fans watched, now comes the hard part

Worried fans around the world watched as Dulles Greenway eaglet DG4 fell from its nest, now concern is rising about what's next for the baby eagle.           

'We're being attacked': Jurors hear 911 call in Pittsburgh synagogue assault as trial begins

The trial of Robert Bowers, accused of killing 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue in the nation's deadliest-ever antisemitic attack, began Tuesday.           

East Village high school becomes sanctuary for Ukrainian students

EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan (PIX11) -- A New York City principal is asking for help to support more than 60 displaced Ukrainian children impacted by Russia's invasion of their country. In the heart of the East Village is the St. George Academy. It’s the only Ukrainian high school in the United ...

Taiwan Ambassador Says Ukraine’s Success Against Russia Will Deter China

Bi-khim Hsiao, the top Taiwanese diplomat in Washington, said the support of the United States and other nations for Ukraine sends an important message to China.

Appeals court clears the way to shield Sackler family from opioid crisis lawsuits

A landmark appeals court ruling would shelter members of the Sackler family from lawsuits linked to opioids and their company Purdue Pharma.

Leading experts warn of a risk of extinction from AI

The AI programs we are creating could outsmart us and lead to our collective demise, according to the tech industry's leading experts who say it's time to address the threats they pose.

Woman stabbed in SF Chinatown bakery survives, supervisor says

The incident occurred Monday morning at the AA Bakery & Cafe, police say.

Ex-CPD boss scares off would-be robbers targeting daughter outside Chatham home

Mayor stands by top cop after most violent Memorial Day weekend in 7 years

Friends plead, ‘Hang on Billy, stay with me Billy’ after man fatally shot in Lake View

Former FBI Director James Comey has a new title: crime novelist

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with former FBI Director James Comey about his new thriller Central Park West.

James Comey knows the politics of NY law enforcement. Now, he's writing about it

Central Park West draws from James Comey's experience in the FBI and as a U.S attorney for the southern district of New York.

The impact of video games on child development is often misunderstood

Video games can get a bad rap when it comes to kids and mental health, but their impact on child development is often misunderstood. Gaming can be a powerful training tool for a variety of skills.

Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia, the Carter Center says

Right Way To Play Games On GamStop

You all know what GamStop is. It is basically a platform available for UK players that will help players who suffer from gambling addiction distance themselves from online casinos and betting sites. You will create the account and choose how long you want to be away from online gambling. There ...

Crucial days ahead as debt ceiling deal goes for vote

Pres. Joe Biden "feels good" about the budget deal negotiated with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy as the White House and congressional leaders work to ensure passage this week in time to lift the nation's borrowing limit and prevent US default. (May 30)           

Winning Powerball Ticket sold minutes away from 'Wu-Tang district'

NEW YORK (PIX11) – On Monday night, a third prize-winning Powerball ticket was sold on Staten Island. The prize for the winning tickets is $50,000. The lucky winner purchased their ticket at a 7Eleven on Hylan Boulevard, a 10-minute drive from The 'Wu-Tang Clan District' Street Sign The ...

Widow of MTA train operator who died in NYC subway fire struggling after losing health benefits

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- The widow of an MTA train operator who died in a subway fire in 2020 has been struggling after getting cut off from her late husband's health benefits. Delilah Goble is the widow of Garrett Goble, a man who died a hero. Goble said not a day goes by without her [...]

U.S. lawmakers push bills to restrict foreign ownership of farmland

Federal and state lawmakers have proposed a flurry of bills to restrict foreign ownership of agricultural land in the U.S. That after a Chinese "spy balloon" floated across the U.S. earlier this year.

Utah School PTA President Allegedly Orders LGBT Flags To Be Staked In Yard Of Mom Who Opposed Gender Ideology

The president of a Utah school's parent teacher association allegedly ordered LGBTQ+ flags to be placed on a family's property without their permission."

Blinken in Sweden for US-EU trade and tech summit

Blinken in Sweden for US-EU trade and tech summit           

Black bear walks into bakery and eats 60 cupcakes

Workers at Taste by Spellbound in Connecticut were shocked when they spotted the uninvited customer.

Watch Chinese Fighter Jet Buzz American Spy Plane Above South China Sea

A J-16 fighter pilot performed an 'unnecessarily aggressive maneuver' while intercepting the U.S. Air Force RC-135

Former UD student got $1.4M in CARES Act loans for fake businesses, cyberstalked, feds say

The man was previously arrested for stalking and harrassing the same two women while he was a student at the University of Delaware.           

Manhattanhenge: How to see it this year

The biannual phenomenon draws locals and tourists alike to capture the perfect photo.

Hundreds protest new Florida immigration law

Hundreds marched in the agricultural town of Homestead to protest new restrictions on undocumented immigrants in Florida. (May 30) (AP Video: Daniel Kozin)           

Lawsuit highlights troubled US child welfare system

How and when to remove children from their homes? A federal lawsuit raises thorny questions. (May 31)           

Phillies' offense struggles in New York opener. What you need to know

Philadelphia is limited to two hits in series opener against the Mets.           

Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia, her family says

The announcement comes less than four months after former President Jimmy Carter entered hospice care at the couple's home in Plains, Georgia following several stints in and out of the hospital.

DeSantis kicks off presidential campaign in Iowa

Calling for "a revival of American greatness," Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday kicked off a multistate campaign blitz designed to strengthen his position as former President Donald Trump's chief Republican rival. (May 30)           

Representative Chip Roy Leads G.O.P. Revolt Against Debt Ceiling Deal

The Texas Republican, who is the policy director for the hard-right House Freedom Caucus, has become the face of Republican opposition to a compromise forged to avert a federal default.

9 June events in Delaware: Ladybug Fest, Clifford Brown Jazz, Tina Turner tribute & Pride

Lots of festivals and cool events are on the horizon in Delaware in June, including big music festivals and Pride events. Here's a sneak peek.           

The Biden Disaster That Gives Republicans A Winning Card For 2024

What solutions will the Republican presidential hopefuls offer?

McCarthy faces debt limit deal revolt, Rosalynn Carter diagnosed with dementia: 5 Things podcast

House Speaker McCarthy faces revolt over his debt limit deal with President Biden, former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia: 5 Things podcast           

New burger chain coming to Delaware. First restaurant going up in Middletown

Freddy's signature is its pressed thin and crispy-edged steakburgers cooked to order.           

Residents, national forces clash in Mexican town

The Mexican army, national guard and police have clashed with residents of Joaquín Miguel Gutiérrez community in the southern state of Chiapas. (May 31) (AP video: Raul Mendoza)           

House Republican leaders seek debt limit bill vote

The debt ceiling and budget cuts package is heading toward a crucial U.S. House vote. Congressional leaders looking for support are running into stiff opposition. (May 31)           

Trump White House Aides Subpoenaed in Firing of Election Security Expert

The special counsel is scrutinizing the dismissal of Christopher Krebs, who contradicted baseless claims by the former president that the 2020 election was marred by fraud.

Styx kicks off Summer packed with hot shows all around. Here's what's ahead at beaches

Styx will rock the Freeman Arts Pavilion to kick start a summer full of red hot shows at the beaches. Here's what's ahea don entertainment slate.           

William Brandt, influential Democrat, corporate restructuring pioneer, dies at 73

Tree of Life synagogue: Gunman driven by 'malice and hate'

The trial's opening hears emotional testimony from survivors of the Pittsburgh attack that left 11 dead.

Sharks spotted at local beaches over Memorial Day

NEW JERSEY (PIX11)-- Shark sightings happen every summer. They frighten and fascinate so many. Over the holiday weekend, a Great White was spotted off the coast of Ocean City, NJ. Sharks frighten and fascinate many, but experts say they're not a real threat. Chris Fischer, founder of the ...

Despite Debt Limit Deal, 14th Amendment Questions Linger

President Biden has been considering ways to challenge the constitutionality of the debt limit to defuse the risk of default.

Florida Art Scammer Sentenced to Two Years in Federal Prison

The art dealer, Daniel Elie Bouaziz, 69, was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison for laundering money made selling counterfeit art.

Store Owner Charged With Murdering 14-Year-Old He Wrongly Accused of Stealing

Rick Chow, who believed Cyrus Carmack-Belton had stolen four water bottles, chased him out of his convenience store in Columbia, S.C., and fatally shot the boy in the back, the authorities said.

Mental health, safety investments promised after Uvalde shooting show little headway

Most of the $500 million promised after the Uvalde shooting remain unspent. Texas agencies still haven't released more than $100 million of those funds.           

3 alarm fire rips through multiple Bronx businesses, FDNY says

THE BRONX (PIX11) -- Massive flames ripped through three Bronx businesses Tuesday night, leaving one firefighter injured, officials said. The fire broke out at a tire shop on the Cross Bronx Expressway around 10:40 p.m., starting at a two-alarm before climbing to a three-alarm fire, officials ...

Jam Master Jay: Third man charged over death of Run-DMC star

Two men were charged with the murder of the trailblazing hip-hop DJ in 2020.

Middletown's Chunk the Groundhog has more followers than you on social media. Here's why

After two weeks of battling a hungry groundhog in his garden, Jeff Permar chose co-existence over trapping. He found an internet star in the process.           

Denver schools adapt to the huge numbers of migrants resettling in the area

Denver has become a transit point and destination for migrants coming to Colorado from Mexico. Local schools have seen a surge in multilingual enrollment.

Tara Reade, Who Accused Biden of Assault, Says She Has Moved to Russia

Years after accusing President Biden of sexual assault, Ms. Reade told a Russian outlet that she had moved in order to feel safe.

ChatGPT, Google Bard Blocked in Court: Texas Judge Prohibits AI-Generated Filings

ChatGPT and Google Bard has been blocked in court after a Texas judge prohibited AI-generated filings.

AI 'godfather' Yoshua Bengio feels 'lost' over life's work

Canadian computer scientist Yoshua Bengio tells the BBC he did not realise AI would develop so fast.

Phillies are heading to New York. What you need to know

After splitting four games with Atlanta, Philadelphia heads to New York to finish off a 7-game road trip.           

Woman who accused Biden of sexual assault seeks Russian citizenship

Tara Reade accused President Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993, an allegation he denies.

Need to loosen up? Assisted stretching, a new boutique fitness craze, spreads in Delaware

There are at least five facilities in Delaware solely dedicated to stretching and two more on the way.           

County officers involved in Lymond Moses killing reprimanded, suspended after incident

Documents in an ongoing lawsuit against New Castle County Police give details usually kept secret during Delaware police-involved shootings.           

MTA worker, Angel, saves man from subway tracks after shove by 'emotionally disturbed individual'

BROOKLYN (PIX11) – A MTA worker is being hailed a hero after he saved a man who was pushed onto the subway tracks in Brooklyn. A bystander and Brooklyn native said she was there to witness the moment a homeless man walked up to the man and hit him in the head and then pushed [...]

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Here's the latest for Wednesday May 31st; House expected to vote on debt limit bill; Drone attack in Moscow; Residents unaccounted for after Iowa building collapse; SpaceX capsule brings crew back to Earth.           

Hunter Biden Probe: IRS Whistleblower Reveals FBI Procedure Not Followed

An IRS whistleblower unveils concerns about the investigation against Hunter Biden.

Thanatologists are trying to recruit a new generation of people to the field

Many hospitals employ thanatologists, someone who plays music, usually a harp, for people who are dying. The nation's lone school for the trade aims to recruit younger people to the career.

Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten should be paroled, California appeals court rules

Al Pacino: The Godfather star expecting fourth child aged 83

The Godfather star has announced his 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah is eight months pregnant.

Vandal Causes $250,000 in Damage to ‘Jurassic Park’ Exhibition, Police Say

At the show in Atlanta, based on the series of dinosaur films, a man was caught on video on top of one of the beasts, ripping off its skin. He was later arrested.

San Francisco’s Ousted District Attorney Has a New Job

A conversation with Chesa Boudin, who was rejected by voters last year, as he steps into a new role this week at U.C. Berkeley.

Biden Picks Next General To Lead Marine Corps

If confirmed, Smith would replace Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger

‘He’s A Joke’: Border Patrol Agents Applaud Chief’s Retirement

'He's A Joke': Border Patrol Agents Applaud Chief's Retirement

Archaeologists Uncover WWII ‘Horror Bunker’ In China

'The so-called "horror bunker" was unearthed in northeastern China'

REP. ELISE STEFANIK: House GOP’s Fiscal Responsibility Act To Restore Fiscal Sanity And Hold Washington Accountable

Tonight, House Republicans will deliver a historic win for the American people, reining in Joe Biden and extreme Democrats after their reckless spending spree pushed America to the brink of an unprecedented default. After nearly 100 days of refusing to engage with Speaker Kevin McCarthy and the ...

Pennsylvania church erecting 108-foot-tall cross to 'share the hope of Jesus'

A church in Pennsylvania is nearing the completion of a cross that stands 108 feet high on its property, with the sizeable Christian symbol expected to be finished in June.

‘Do Your F*cking Job’: James Van Der Beek Goes On Absolutely Epic Rant Against Democrats

If every celebrity was like James, the world would be a better place

Ramapo College track star Cheickna Traore aims for Olympic glory

NEW YORK (PIX11) – It's been an exciting month for Cheickna Traore. The men’s track and field star graduated from Ramapo College of New Jersey with a degree in information technology management. A week later, he won the NCAA Division III National Championship for the 200-meter dash with ...

Adding work requirements for food stamps doesn't have desired effect, researchers say

The debt-ceiling deal that Congress is considering adds work requirements for some people on food stamps. Researchers say the bigger issue is that the requirements don't actually help many find work.

Video shows intense shootout between bus driver and passenger in Charlotte, North Carolina

An altercation led to a shootout between a bus driver and passenger while two other passengers were aboard in Charlotte, North Carolina.           

Alec Baldwin Recovering From Hip Surgery

'I want so very much for you to leave this very intense chronic pain chapter behind'

Are there UFOs out there? Watch the NASA public hearing on the study into UAPs

NASA's is holding its highly anticipated public hearing on UFOs today, seven months after its 16-person team began studying "events in the sky."           

400 chunks of concrete may explain what caused a deadly building collapse in Florida

Investigators with the National Institute of Standards and Technology will begin testing concrete cores and reinforcing steel in a search for answers from the Surfside, Fla. condo collapse.

11-month-old dies after parents left her in hot car to attend church: police

Police in Palm Bay, Florida, are still investigating the death of an 11-month-old girl who died after she was left alone in a hot car for three hours as her parents attended a worship service at the Mount of Olives Evangelical Baptist Church, a small Southern Baptist congregation that is a ...

Christian university head says employees weren't fired solely for pronouns in email signature

The president of Houghton University in New York is pushing back on claims that two staff members were terminated solely for including their pronouns in the signature line of their emails but emphasized the importance of school staff members accurately representing the school's values ...

Blinken reaffirms support for Sweden NATO accession

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Oslo on Wednesday for a gathering of NATO foreign ministers. Blinken said earlier on Tuesday the "time is now" for Turkey to drop its objections to Sweden joining NATO. (May 31)           

65-year-old man shoots and kills alleged robber in Queens: NYPD

KEW GARDENS, Queens (PIX11) -- A man shot and killed an alleged robber in Queens Wednesday morning, police said. The 65-year-old man shot the 32-year-old man four or five times in the chest at 123-20 82nd Ave. around 2:03 a.m., according to the NYPD. The 65-year-old man told police the alleged ...

Diddy says Diageo neglected his tequila due to race

The artist says the business relationship with the drinks giant was "tainted by racial prejudices".

South Carolina gas station owner chased, fatally shot 14-year-old, police say

Columbia, South Carolina gas station owner Rick Chow was charged with murder after officials say he chased a 14-year-old boy and shot him in the back.           

New Oral History Peers Back at Obama, His Era and the Tradeoffs He Made

The first of 470 interviews of Obama administration officials and others involved in the debates of the time offer a fresh inside look at a consequential presidency.

Who are Jordan royal wedding's bride and groom?

Who are Jordan royal wedding's bride and groom?           

Can McCarthy Pass the Debt Limit Deal and Keep His Job?

The House speaker attempted to strike a careful balance: he could lose conservatives’ votes but could not afford to reach a deal that so infuriated the far right that they would move to oust him.

Arby's manager found dead in freezer couldn't escape due to broken door, lawsuit claims

Nguyet Le, 63, "beat her hands bloody trying to escape" the freezer with a broken door, according a lawsuit filed by her four children.           

Dana Perino Reveals Health Scare On Air For The First Time

'I had a little thing here and the makeup artists were very good and covered it up'

Everyone Joins Panic Over AI And The Apocalypse Months After We Warned You

If they just read the Daily Caller, they would have known this years ago!

Crazed NYC Professor Exposes The Real Reason The Left Is So Angry

After spending decades convincing themselves they are still living in the midst of the original civil rights movement, they have become addicted to the moral high they get from finding an unending litany of new causes to champion

'Like milk': How one magazine became a mainstay of New Jersey's Chinese community

Sino Monthly, run by a local couple, stands out among New Jersey's Chinese-language news outlets, most of which are tied to institutions from the Chinese government to the Falun Gong.

National Weather Service issues air quality alert Wednesday due to fire in Nova Scotia

The NWS issued an Air Quality Alert through Wednesday for much of the region due to expected effects of wildfire smoke from Nova Scotia.           

Canada wildfires cause hazy conditions in parts of New York: NWS

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- Some New Yorkers may see grey overcast skies, despite the sunny weather on Wednesday, due to smoke from the burning wildfires in Nova Scotia, Canada. “Clouds across LI and SE CT will give way to hazy sunshine with another day of smoke aloft from the Nova Scotia ...

2 die after vehicles land in lagoon in head-on crash on Highway 1

Two men died and one woman was injured when a driver in a Tesla and a driver in a Subaru SUV collided on Highway 1, officials said.

Automatic emergency braking systems required on 'nearly all' US vehicles under NHTSA proposal

A rule requiring automatic emergency braking systems on "nearly all" U.S. cars and light trucks was proposed by NHTSA on Wednesday.           

NYC spots land on Yelp’s list of 100 best doughnut shops

Do you “go nuts” for doughnuts? Sure you do. We all do. They’re made from fried dough and sugar. We’d be fools not to be interested.

Five revelations from Nasa's public UFO meeting

Some sightings turn out to be wayward Bart Simpson balloons. Others remain a mystery.

A Poisonous Cold War Legacy That Defies a Solution

A $528 billion plan to clean up 54 million gallons of radioactive bomb-making waste may never be achieved. Government negotiators are looking for a compromise.

Chick-fil-A, McDonald's introduce new app feature that can track customers' location

Chick-fil-A and McDonald’s are introducing app features that will track a customer’s location to ensure that their meal will be ready once they get to the restaurant.

Prominent Conservatives Defend ESPN Star Amid Controversy Over Defending ‘Integrity’ In Women’s Sports

'This would take away so many opportunities for biological women and girls in sports'

Chick-fil-A accused of going ‘woke’ over addition of diversity and inclusion agenda

Chick-fil-A, the leading fast-food chain that has shuttered its stores each Sunday to allow employees "to rest and worship if they choose" since 1946 and became a household name because of it, is now coming under fire over the company’s diversity, equity and inclusion agenda and Erick ...

Multiple people shot near subway station in Brooklyn: sources

CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn (PIX11) – At least two people were shot near a Brooklyn subway station Wednesday morning, law enforcement sources said. The shooting happened outside the Franklin Avenue-Botanic Garden subway station.  A witness told PIX11’s Henry Rosoff people heard the gunshots ...

Church associate arrested in shooting death of pastor's wife, councilwoman

Nearly four months after Eunice Dwumfour, a pastor’s wife and Republican New Jersey councilwoman was gunned down in her car just outside her townhome in Sayreville, authorities announced that they have arrested and charged a 28-year-old Virginia man with her murder.

REPORT: Soap Opera Star Tyler Christopher Arrested After Alcohol-Related Incident At Airport

The actor was asleep on the floor and so drunk that he couldn't take care of himself

Watch The Moment Group Of Teens Set Off A Firework On Bus In Broad Daylight

'Needless to say, deliberately setting off fireworks on public transit is the height of irresponsible behaviour'

Man sentenced for NY limo crash that killed 20

A former limousine company manager was sentenced to at least five years in prison Wednesday for his role in a crash that killed 20 people in rural New York. (May 31)           

Black bear spotted in Englewood, New Jersey

ENGLEWOOD, N.J. (PIX11) -- New Jersey residents, watch out! A black bear has been spotted near Lincoln Street and Booth Ave. and was last seen heading toward Brayton Street, according to Englewood police. Residents and visitors have been warned to stay clear of the bear and the immediate area. ...

Sackler family can be shielded from opioid lawsuits, court rules

The wealthy owners of Purdue Pharma will be protected in exchange for a multi-billion dollar settlement.

Chicago’s Reform-Minded New Mayor Has A Big Task: Picking A New Police Chief

Brandon Johnson ran on bringing a new approach to police and public safety in a city riven with homicides and police killings.

Where you can celebrate Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Week’ in Chicago

Andrew Cuomo Sides With Donald Trump, Against DeSantis In COVID Spat

Andrew Cuomo said Trump was finally telling the truth by criticizing the COVID-19 response of Ron DeSantis

Sick Workers Tied to 40% of Food Poisoning Outbreaks, C.D.C. Says

To combat outbreaks at restaurants and other dining establishments, policies that support sick workers, including paid leave, may be needed, the agency said in a report this week.

Divided Chicago City Council approves $51 million in migrant crisis funding

Is the debt deal changing student loan repayment? Here's what you need to know

If it passes, the proposed debt deal would set the date for federal student loan repayments to resume. The pause's end will affect some 43 million borrowers, but, in effect, it's not a big change.

Teenager and Two Children Fatally Shot in Pennsylvania

A 33-year-old man was also injured in the shooting outside of a house in Lebanon, Pa., about 80 miles northwest of Philadelphia, the police said.

Storm surge from hurricanes is deadly. New computer models can better forecast it

The National Hurricane Center is upgrading the computer models it uses to predict storm surge. People will be able to see maps about how much storm surge is predicted when a storm is headed their way.

Alleged Canadian Thief Busted With Wagon, Duffel Bags Full Of Toothpaste: Police

Police found an array of toothpaste tubes in a red wagon and two duffel bags

Air New Zealand Will Weigh Passengers Before International Flights To Maximize Fuel Efficiency

SPOX: 'We know stepping on the scales can be daunting. We want to reassure our customers there is no visible display anywhere'

Cancel Culture Victim Fired By Barstool Gets Hired By Dave Portnoy’s New Company

"It's nice to know..." Mintz uttered, visibly emotional "we live in a crazy world and crazy times, but there's still some grace in this world."

NYC Study: 83% Of New York Drug Users Test Positive For Fentanyl But Only 18% Meant To Take It

Astonishingly, only 18% of participants reported intentional fentanyl use, indicating that a majority of drug users are unknowingly consuming the highly potent opioid, likely mistaking it for heroin

5 Harvard Elementary students hospitalized for ‘drug-related reasons’

Project Veritas Sues James O’Keefe

'Being known as the founder of an organization does not entitle that person to run amok'

Zoo welcomes baby gibbon to first-time mom

A pair of white-handed gibbons at Oakland Zoo are the proud parents of a new baby. Zookeepers say the baby was born over the weekend to mother Mei and father Rainier. (May 31)           

Date set for Coney Island's Mermaid Parade in June

CONEY ISLAND, Brooklyn (PIX11) – The Mermaid Parade, an eccentric Coney Island tradition featuring marching bands, floats, antique cars, and thousands of participants dressed as mermaids, Neptunes and sea creatures, is set to return in June. The 41st annual Mermaid Parade will start at 1 p.m. ...

Democratic Lawmaker Says Debt Limit Should Be Completely Eliminated

'We should not allow them to be jeopardized with their quality of life'

Boy, 15, stabbed teen in neck in the Bronx: NYPD

MORRIS HEIGHTS, the Bronx (PIX11) – A 15-year-old boy allegedly stabbed another teenager in the neck in the Bronx Sunday, police said. The 15-year-old boy got into a dispute with a 16-year-old boy near Richman Plaza and Matthewson Road in Morris Heights around 8:10 p.m., according to the ...

5 Shocking Moments From ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Reunion Part One: Teresa Giudice Accuses Melissa Gorga of Sending Her to Jail

Rachel Fuda claims Danielle Cabral has “zero accountability" for her "arsenal" comments about Margaret Josephs

'That '70s Show' actor Danny Masterson found guilty of 2 out of 3 counts of rape in retrial

A jury found “That ’70s Show” star Danny Masterson guilty of two counts of rape Wednesday in a Los Angeles retrial in which the Church of Scientology played a central role.

Lawyer explains possible link between NJ councilwoman and accused killer

SAYREVILLE, N.J. (PIX11) — Family and friends of slain Sayreville, N.J. Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour have the “who” but are still in search of “why”; as in a motive for why alleged 28-year-old suspect Rashid Ali Bynum wanted to kill her.   Sayreville Council president Christian ...

What did we learn from NASA's first ever public meeting on UFOs?

NASA has held its first public meeting on UFOs, a year after launching a study into unexplained sightings.

Wrongly convicted brothers who spent 26 years in prison get certificate of innocence, apology

Canada MPs vote to oust foreign interference tsar

But the special rapporteur, dismissed by critics as the prime minister's "ski buddy", vows to stay on.

‘Succession’ Star David Rasche Predicts Karl Gets His Golden Parachute: ‘It’s Going to Be a Great Life’

"I think Karl's got a few years left in him and if not, he's just thrilled to be on that Greek island that he half owns," the actor told TheWrap

‘Murdaugh Murders’ Storyline Snowballed for the Producers, Too: ‘More You Started Getting Into It, the Crazier It Got’

TheWrap magazine: EPs Michael Gasparro and Julia Willoughby Nason unpack the series of crimes that took down Alex Murdaugh

Biden preps for extreme weather as climate change fuels natural disasters

Ahead of hurricane and wildfire season, President Biden received the yearly extreme weather briefing as the government prepares to deal with extreme weather and continues fighting the climate change that fuels it.

In Iowa, DeSantis Signals the Start of a Slugfest With Trump

After absorbing months of attacks from the former president, the Florida governor is beginning to fire back — but carefully.

Amazon workers protest return-to-office mandate

Hundreds of Amazon workers protested the company's return-to-office mandate, environmental impact and recent layoffs. (May 31)           

Nikki Haley's husband to deploy amid her 2024 campaign

Nikki Haley's husband will soon begin a yearlong deployment with the South Carolina Army National Guard to Africa. The mission will encompass most of the remainder of his wife's campaign for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. (May 31)           

An anti-drag law under litigation is impacting Pride planning in Tennessee

Pride organizers in Tennessee are running into a different deadline this year. A judge is expected to make a decision in the case against the restrictive drag law just as Pride festivals are underway.

Netflix Scores With In-Demand Romantic Franchises ‘Queen Charlotte’ and ‘XO Kitty’ | Chart

The “Bridgerton” and “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” spin-offs are the latest examples of effective IP strategy outside the usual sci-fi or superhero fare 

Danny Masterson Found Guilty of Raping 2 Women, Faces 30 Years in Prison

A jury of seven men and five women convicted the former "That '70s Show" star on its eighth day of deliberations

Amazon to pay over $30 million to settle Alexa, Ring privacy violation claims

Amazon will pay more than $30 million for violating the privacy of customers who own Alexa and Ring devices under an FTC settlement filed Wednesday.           

Fourth day of out-of-control wildfires in Nova Scotia

Wildfires are burning out of control for a fourth day in Canada's Atlantic-coast province of Nova Scotia. Fire officials estimate 200 structures have been destroyed, including 151 homes. (May 31)           

Mike Pence prepares to challenge Trump in 2024 run

The former president could face a stiff challenge for his party's 2024 presidential nomination.

Stepfather pleads in connection with case of toddler's charred remains found in Smyrna

News of Brandon Haas' plea came after his wife, 31-year-old Kristie Cole Haas, pleaded guilty to killing her 3-year-old daughter, Emma Cole.           

'A beautiful soul has been taken': Boy, 3, killed by car as he headed to his own birthday party

A three-year-old boy has been hit and killed by a car as he headed to a soft play centre to celebrate his birthday.

SAG-AFTRA, WGA, IATSE and Teamsters Stand in Solidarity With DGA in Final Week of AMPTP Negotiations

"We believe in a Hollywood where every worker is valued and their contributions recognized, whether their labor is on or off screen," the letter reads

Get today's top Delaware news, exclusive updates, in one place with our Daily Briefing

Get top news, exclusive content and early alerts on upcoming stories delivered right to your inbox every morning with our Daily Briefing newsletter           

What to know about the Mountain Valley Pipeline in the debt ceiling deal

The Mountain Valley Pipeline got an extraordinary boost in the debt ceiling deal. Court challenges have stalled the controversial natural gas pipeline stretching from West Virginia to North Carolina.

Artifacts returned to Italy from UK put on display

Hundreds of artifacts, stolen from secret excavation sites in Italy, were put on display in Rome on Wednesday after being returned from the United Kingdom. (AP Video: Gianfranco Stara and Rebecca Preciutti) (31 May)           

Man catches more than fish at Kansas lake; fire department helps reel in a big one

A man fishing for crappie at Cheney Lake in Kansas got more than he bargained for — finding an old Jeep at the bottom of the reservoir.

Winnie-The-Pooh Teaches Kids How To Survive School Shootings

'Remind them that they practice drills at school to keep them safe'

Facebook, Instagram to block news stories in California if bill passes

From Australia to Canada, Big Tech has resisted lawmakers' efforts to force them to pay news publishers for carrying their articles. Now, that battle is playing out in California.

Blues musician Otis Taylor graduates high school 57 years after getting expelled

In 1966, a couple months before he was set to graduate, Otis Taylor was told he needed to cut his short afro or he'd be kicked out. Now, 57 years after he left, he has received a diploma.

A mother reacts to the bankruptcy deal involving Purdue Pharma, maker of OxyContin

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Kara Trainor, whose son was born dependent on opioids because of her addiction, about what the Purdue Pharma settlement could mean for her and her family.

Former Disney Star, Raven-Symoné Made Dates Sign NDAs Before Things Got ‘Naughty’

'Before the naughty times come. No, I’m serious…right before naughty time comes'

Prosecutors in Trump Documents Case Scrutinize Handling of Security Footage

Investigators are trying to determine if there was any attempt to obstruct them from getting access to footage from a security camera near the room where classified material was stored.

KOLB: Is Joe Biden Today’s Spiro Agnew?

‘The Biden White House needs to stop deflecting legitimate questions, and the media must no longer look askance.‘

How Angela Paxton Could Help Decide the Fate of Her Embattled Husband, Ken Paxton

In Ken Paxton’s impeachment trial this summer, 31 state senators will decide whether to permanently remove him as Texas attorney general. One is his wife.

Every Canadian cigarette will soon carry a health warning

Canada will be the first country to have warning labels on the tipping paper of individual cigarettes.

Rep. James Comer Doubles Down On Threat To Hold FBI Director In Contempt After Phone Call

'FBI Director Wray confirmed the existence of the FD-1023 form'

What NASA talked about in its meeting on unidentified anomalous phenomena

NASA held a meeting of its panel devoted to studying unidentified anomalous phenomena. Government officials are hopeful it can bring a scientific approach to understanding these mysterious objects.

Senate Advances House GOP’s Bill To Block Biden’s Student Debt Relief Plan

Student debt relief is a top Democratic Party policy priority

Welcoming Scott Detrow as weekend 'All Things Considered' and 'Consider This' co-host

We welcome our new weekend and Consider This co-host Scott Detrow!

NASA Panel Says Data Problems Make Explaining U.F.O.s Difficult

A task force has not found any evidence that unidentified anomalous phenomena represent signs of extraterrestrial visits.

Meta Threatens to Remove Facebook and Instagram News Stories in California If Bill Passes

The potential statute would require platforms and sites to pay a fee to news providers

A man's collection of more than 10,000 pieces of TV history are going up for auction

James Comisar is a Hollywood memorabilia collector who is putting up hundreds of iconic television items up for auction.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. tests NASCAR Chicago Street Race track, assesses ‘challenges’ for drivers

Former VP Mike Pence Set to Launch Presidential Campaign Next Week

Mike Pence has announced he will join the long list of GOP candidates for the race to the White House.

You'll need a boat to navigate the flooded forest at this Vermont bird sanctuary

In springtime, a wildlife refuge in northern Vermont is a paradise of migratory birds where you can paddle through flooded maple forests.

A potential UFO was actually a Bart Simpson balloon

Scott Kelly, a former astronaut and pilot, discusses the moment he mistook an inflated cartoon character for a UFO.

Critical playoff putt helps Tower Hill edge Tatnall for DIAA golf championship

It came down to a playoff for the team title at the DIAA Golf Tournament, and a key putt helped Tower Hill win its sixth crown in seven seasons.           

Conservative World Fractures Over McCarthy’s Debt Limit Deal

'The bill continues a march off a cliff,' wrote the Club For Growth

Senior Russian Official Threatens British Politicians, Says Any Of Them Could Be ‘Legitimate Military Target’

Medvedev called public officials in the U.K. "goofy" and referred to them as Russia's "eternal enemy" in his scathing tweet

Shots fired at a Santa Cruz beach on Memorial Day prompt evacuation

Two drunken men were arrested after allegedly shooting a handgun on a Santa Cruz beach on Memorial Day, Santa Cruz police said in a Tuesday news release. 

Bud Light Bloodbath Drops Anheuser-Busch Stock Into Bear Market Territory

The beverage conglomerate's stock is down 20% since the end of March

How the debt ceiling deal compromises on the environment

A deal to raise the country's debt limit also includes changes to a bedrock environmental law and approves a controversial natural gas pipeline.

NYC cathedral to shine in rainbow colors in honor of Pride month

MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS, Manhattan (PIX11) -- The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Manhattan is commemorating the start of Pride month with an event Wednesday evening. The cathedral in Morningside Heights is lighting up its columns in bright rainbow colors in support of the LGBTQ+ community. ...

Fertility doctor Morris Wortman, accused of using own sperm with patients, dies in plane crash

Dr. Morris Wortman, a New York OB-GYN whose reputation was tainted by fertility fraud allegations, died in a plane crash Sunday.           

Amazon to pay $30m over Alexa and Ring privacy violations

It will also pay out after allowing employees of its Ring doorbell system access to customer recordings.

The GRE Test Is Cut in Half: Two Hours and Done

Graduate school applicants will take the new version of the standardized test beginning in September, a tacit acknowledgment of its declining relevance in admissions.

U.S. Adds Aid to Ukraine to Deliver Ammunition for Drones and Artillery

The move to send $300 million in additional support comes as Moscow has come under drone attacks in recent days.

Surveillance shows Jam Master Jay murder suspect dealing cocaine: Feds

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- In surveillance images taken in Columbia County, Pa., federal agents said Jay Bryant, a third suspect just arrested in the 2002 Jam Master Jay murder, can be seen dealing crack and cocaine 172 miles from New York City. In the affidavit obtained by PIX11 News, Special Agent ...

Oklahoma Supreme Court Rules New Abortion Bans Unconstitutional

An older law still prohibits most abortions in the state, but it is less strict about exceptions for medical emergencies.

White House Responds To Poll That Says Majority Of Americans Think Joe Biden Did ‘Illegal Influence Peddling’

'Majority of Americans who say the president is himself corrupt'

4-year-old girl dies after accidentally shot by another child in River Grove home, police say

Over 100 Holocaust survivors set sail on a special cruise in New York

NEW YORK (PIX11) – Over 100 Holocaust survivors and some of their grandchildren set sail today on a cruise at The Brooklyn Army Terminal. The cruise was organized by The Borough Park Community Council and The United Task Force. The remaining survivors were just children when the German ...

Jerusalem Sbarro pizza bombing victim dies after 22 years in coma

Chana Nachenberg, a US-Israeli citizen, was 31 at the time of the deadly attack on a pizzeria.

Delaware Democrats eye a 'generational shift' in 2024 in wake of Tom Carper's retirement

Delawareans in 2024 will elect a new governor, lieutenant governor, New Castle County executive, U.S. senator – and maybe a new U.S. representative.           

CPS help was short-lived for Chicago schools that absorbed students from schools closed in 2013

Army ROTC Instructor Required Cadets To Recruit Others As Part Of Their Grade

The Enlisted Referral Program was implemented in February amid unrelenting recruiting struggles

FTC hits Amazon with $25 million fine for violating child privacy with Alexa voice assistant

WASHINGTON (AP) — Amazon agreed Wednesday to pay a $25 million civil penalty to settle Federal Trade Commission allegations it violated a child privacy law and deceived parents by keeping for years kids' voice and location data recorded by its popular Alexa voice assistant. Separately, the ...

Jasmine Hartin: Socialite spared jail after killing Belize police chief

Jasmin Hartin pleaded guilty in April to manslaughter of a police chief in Belize with his own gun.

House OKs debt ceiling bill to avoid default

Veering away from a default crisis, the House approved a debt ceiling and budget cuts package late Wednesday, as President Joe Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy assembled a bipartisan coalition of centrist Democrats and Republicans against fierce conservative blowback and progressive dissent. ...

Louisiana lawmakers say state is 'overrun' with alligators, call for expanded hunting

Louisiana's alligator population has grown from fewer than 100,000 five decades ago to more than 3 million today.           

Are National Spelling Bee participants s-m-a-r-t-e-r than us? It's a fascinating question.

As this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee races towards a winner, we can't help but wonder if are they smarter than we are?           

Man, 19, fatally shot in Yonkers, 18-year-old shot in leg: police

YONKERS (PIX11) -- A 19-year-old was shot and killed in Yonkers on Wednesday night, according to police. Police said the shooting happened around 8:30 p.m. On Morris Street, police found two men sitting in a black car with gunshots to the driver's side. The two victims were an 18-year-old and ...

Pentagon Cancels Pride Month Drag Shows at Nevada Air Force Base: Here’s Why!

Pentagon leaders cancelleld the Pride Month drag show at the Nevada Air Force base.

Where to celebrate Pride Month in Delaware

As LGBTQ+ issues take center stage in national politics, Pride Month is a time to celebrate community and love. Here's where to celebrate in Delaware.           

Morning news brief

Some big-name Republicans are set to announce their presidential bids next week. The House voted to pass the debt ceiling bill. Preparing for the 2023 hurricane season with climate change in mind.

Triggers on the job: What interviews with police tell us after Lymond Moses' death

The court records pull back the curtain to show officers' feelings and struggles during these events, providing a more human side of police officers.           

AP Top Stories June 1 A

Here's the latest for Thursday June 1: House passes debt ceiling bill; Fatal missile attack in Kyiv; 3 shot dead in in eastern Pennsylvania; NASA holds public meeting on UFOs.           

Debt ceiling deal passes House and heads to Senate, hurricane season begins: 5 Things podcast

The House passes the debt ceiling deal by a wide margin, Trump is reportedly recorded while talking about a classified document: 5 Things podcast           

Peoples Gas rate hike request should be cut by $63 million: consumer advocates

Tupac Shakur: Rapper 2Pac to get star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

The hip-hop star will be honoured with a ceremony on the prestigious Los Angeles walkway on 7 June.

DMA pitching, hitting star is named Player of the Year, leads All-State baseball team

Delaware Military Academy's Tyler August is named Player of the Year and leads the All-State baseball first team at two positions.           

As hurricane season arrives in Delaware, here are some preparation and evacuation tips

Hurricane season begins on June 1. Are you prepared enough if Delaware gets a dose of tropical storms and hurricanes this year?           

Project Veritas Sues Founder James O'Keefe Over Alleged Bullying, Misuse of Resources

Project Veritas, a far-right activist group, filed a lawsuit against its founder James O'Keefe accusing him of bullying employees and misusing company resources.

New U.S. citizens sworn in at first naturalization ceremony at White Sox park

Talk of Racism Proves Thorny for G.O.P. Candidates of Color

As candidates like Tim Scott and Nikki Haley bolster their biographies with stories of discrimination, they have often denied the existence of systemic racism in America while describing situations that sound just like it.

The Sacklers Got A Fine And Govt Immunity For Killing Your Relatives. This Is America

After all this, the Sacklers will likely continue to be honored and held in high regard within elite society

Chicago billionaire James Crown has a plan to get other CEOS to help him fight violence, lower Chicago’s murder rate

Think you've seen everything? Wait 'til you meet these NYC twin retiring morticians

ELMHURST, Queens (PIX11) -- His name is Morgan, and he runs the morgue of Elmhurst Hospital. That coincidence is the very least of the reasons why the veteran mortician retiring from the hospital after three decades is being lauded as an exemplary manager and community leader whose back story ...

‘I’ll Do Anything’: Noah Syndergaard Says He Would ‘Give Away My Hypothetical First-Born’ To Be Elite Superstar Again

Dang ... you can't help but to feel bad for Noah Syndergaard here

Filipino American chefs up for multiple James Beard Awards this year

Solomon Peña Faces Federal Charges for Attacks on Democrats

Solomon Peña, who lost a bid for a seat in the New Mexico Legislature in 2022, is accused of orchestrating shootings at Democratic officials’ homes. He also faces state charges.

'But most of all I'm human': These 3 transgender teens prove identity stretches beyond one label

More than 700 anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced this year. But as Pride Month 2023 arrives, these trans youths are setting quite the example.           

Video shows encounter between 65-year-old man, would-be robber in Queens

KEW GARDENS, Queens (PIX11) — A man shot and killed a would-be robber in Queens Wednesday morning, police said. The 65-year-old gunman, identified by police sources as Charles Foehner, shot the 32-year-old man four or five times in the chest at 123-20 82nd Ave. around 2:03 a.m., according ...

Maryland license plate unknowingly promotes gambling

The plate commemorates the War of 1812 — featuring a website that belonged to a nonprofit that raised money for bicentennial projects. The address now belongs to a gambling site in the Philippines.

Former Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot to teach at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

California debates whether teens can get drug treatment without parental consent

As the number of teens using opioids goes up, California debates whether they should have access to drug treatment without parental consent.

Polluting Chile state-owned copper smelter closes

The Ventanas copper smelter in Chile's Quintero Bay has been shut down after decades of polluting. (1 June 2023) (AP video: Mauricio Cuevas)           

Child among dead in bombardment of Kyiv

Russian forces began June by bombing Kyiv, killing at least three people and wounding others, authorities said. (JUN 1)           

The West Coast has a powerful protection from hurricanes. Could climate change weaken it?

The familiar foreboding of hurricane season has begun on East Coast. So why don't residents from San Diego to Seattle also fear hurricanes?           

How Much Money Would the Debt Ceiling Deal Save? It’s Complicated.

The Congressional Budget Office score does not include side deals hashed out between the Biden administration and Speaker McCarthy.

I'm a mom. It's time to pass a permit-to-purchase bill in Delaware | Opinoin

Delaware's permit-to-purchase bill needs to cross the finish line in the House.           

US carpenter helps rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral

Peter Henrikson is using medieval techniques to create the new roof for the historic fire-ravaged structure.

US Sues West Virginia Governor’s Coal Empire, Seeks Payment Unpaid Mining Penalties

Thirteen coal companies owned by the family of West Virginia Governor Jim Justice are being prosecuted for unpaid fines.

Meta Threatens to Block Facebook, Instagram News Content in California: Here’s Why!

Meta threatened to block news content in Facebook and Instagram in California.

McCarthy Emerges From Debt-Limit Fight With Victories, and Some Wounds

The speaker defied expectations and delivered a debt limit agreement that few thought he could manage, but left some of his Republican colleagues feeling betrayed.

The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season has begun. Here are the 21 storm names

The hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30 and NOAA forecasters expect between 12 to 17 named storms. Of those, 5 to 9 could become hurricanes, including 1 to 4 major hurricanes.

An East New York intersection got a rally for stoplights after confusion on four-way stops

BROOKLYN (PIX11) -- A rally was held on Wednesday night demanding a traffic light be installed at an East New York intersection following a chain reaction crash involving several cars and an MTA Bus on Sunday. City Councilman Charles Barron and members of Community Board 5 organized it. "This ...

Armie Hammer: US actor will not be charged with sexual assault

The US actor faced an accusation of rape an allegations he sent a string of explicit messages online.

China Investing in Open-Source Intelligence Collection on the U.S.

A new report outlines Chinese efforts to mine public information from the Pentagon, think tanks and private companies to gain insight on the American military.

A South Carolina store owner accused of fatally shooting a boy is charged with murder

The store owner, who had a concealed weapons permit, was charged after an autopsy showed the middle school student was shot in the back and deputies spoke to witnesses and reviewed video.

The Army is escalating one of its toughest battles: fighting mold

The U.S. Army is teaching soldiers to identify and report mold in barracks, housing and offices — as part of a long-running battle against mold contamination.

St. Andrew's School seniors prank their head of school. Their work has swept social media

St. Andrew's boarding school in Middletown has reached viral status with a video of the seniors sleeping in their principal's house.           

Via Sophia by the Sea, upscale Italian restaurant, to open in Bethany Beach hotel

Via Sophia is slated to open June 14 inside the newly renovated Bethany Beach Ocean Suites Residence Inn by Marriott.           

US-Taiwan relations: New trade deal to be signed as China tensions rise

The announcement comes ahead of a high-level global security summit in Singapore this weekend.

No answers for family of Delaware man dead after Philadelphia federal prison 'altercation'

A family is struggling for answers after a Wilmington man was killed by what officials described as an 'altercation' in Philadelphia's federal prison.           

Donald Trump recorded saying he kept classified file after leaving office

Prosecutors investigating the former president's handling of classified files obtain an audio tape.

Large Crowd Expected For Disney ‘Gay Days’ Despite Warnings To Avoid State

'Right now is not the time to run. It’s not the time to go away'

The Left’s Favorite Racist Edited The Most Racist Thing Out Of His Racist Book

'present positive antiracist discrimination that produces equity'

‘Vulgar Term For A Cat’: Megyn Kelly Drags MLB Player After Apology Over LGBT Pride Tweet

'A certain — what’s the word — a vulgar term for a cat comes to mind when I see this behavior'

One dead, 10 injured including children ages 3 to 8, after car crashes into tree in California

The single-vehicle wreck in Sacramento sent 10 people to hospitals, including nine children between the ages of 3 and 8.           

Guide to 2023 Pride Month events throughout NYC

NEW YORK (PIX11) -- Happy Pride! Pride month kicks off in New York City on Thursday, a month-long celebration, events and a period of awareness of LGBTQ+ communities are underway. At Saint John the Divine, the festivities kick off with a new art installation, depicting members of the LGBTQ+ ...

Tourist pleads guilty for handling a Yellowstone bison calf, leading to its death

The Hawaii resident was charged with one count of intentionally disturbing wildlife after he tried to help a baby bison return to its herd. Park rangers later had to euthanize the abandoned animal.

Can Californians Keep Their Lawns?

Some homeowners who ripped out their grassy yards say their lawns have come back to life after the recent rains.

Chicago Urban League report highlights disparities facing Black residents

LGBT gear at Kohl's: 'Little kids' T-shirt with transgender flag, 'proud' rainbow baby bib

The retail chain has become the latest retail outlet to face scrutiny over its pro-LGBT merchandise for young children.

Bandits take $160k cash, $2.5M of watches in SI robbery: NYPD

STATEN ISLAND (PIX11) -- A group of men stole $160,000 cash and watches worth $2.5 million from a watch store on Staten Island Monday night, police said. The bandits broke into the store, The Wrist Watcher, on 4846 Arthur Kill Road around 10:30 p.m., according to the NYPD. The suspects dressed ...

Debt Limit Fight Moves to the Senate as Default Date Nears

Leaders of both parties urged quick action to avoid a default, but some senators want changes.

Celebrate Pride 2023

Read engaging stories on actress Niecy Nash finding her job in queerness, allyship, travel, health and more in this USA TODAY special edition.           

Everything to know about hurricane season 2023. Forecasts, definitions, and preparation.

The six-month 2023 hurricane season has begun. That means its time to brush up on some of the top questions readers have about these powerful storms.           

Secrets of Versailles palace perfume gardens

The Versailles flower gardens were once a symbol of the French king's expeditionary might and helped water-deprived courtiers perfume their skin. Now, they have been reimagined to give today's public a glimpse — and a sniff — into the gilded palace's olfactory past. (Jun. 6) ( AP video Oleg ...

Amid economic uncertainty, employers may interview potential hires multiple times

A recruiter and a dating coach weigh in on the stress of multiple rounds of interviews before a job-seeker gets an offer.

Here’s All The Major Clothing Brands Selling Pride Outfits To Toddlers And Kids This Month

Kohls is selling a newborn sized onesie and pant set that comes in sizes as low as 3 months

Bears surprise Highland Park parade shooting victim Cooper Roberts with beach wheelchair

Red State Legislature Kills Bill That Targets CRT, Diversity Initiatives In Schools

Lawmakers in the GOP-controlled Louisiana State Legislature killed a bill on Wednesday that would have required K-12 schools and higher education institutions to submit a report to the state detailing all its critical race theory (CRT) and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives. The ...

Lawsuit Challenges Blue State Ban on Dual-Credit Program for Religious Colleges, Citing Unconstitutional Violation

A legal case was initiated on May 24th in the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.

Tupperware once changed women's lives. Now it struggles to survive

The brand turned homemakers into saleswomen and became synonymous with kitchen storage. But it has relied on Tupperware parties for sales--and struggled to keep its business fresh. Is its fate sealed?

Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck buy $60M Beverly Hills mega-mansion

The home features 12 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, and a 12-car garage.

Iowa collapsed building owner fined

The community reacts as Andrew Wold, the owner of the Iowa apartment building that collapsed on Sunday, has been fined $300 and court fees. (June 1)           

Former 'Family Feud' contestant Timothy Bliefnick found guilty in wife's fatal shooting

A jury in Illinois found Timothy Bliefnick, 40, guilty in the February slaying of Rebecca Bliefnick.           

‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ Actor Sergio Calderón Dead At 77

'He was in the hospital previously with a bout of pneumonia, not sure that was the cause'

FACT CHECK: Are ‘Prominent Attorneys’ Investigating If Elon Musk Lied On His U.S. Citizenship Application?

Other iterations of the claim have previously circulated on Twitter in 2022

Carjackers drag man out of his car in Brooklyn robbery: NYPD

BROOKLYN (PIX11) -- A group of teens dragged a man out of his car before stealing it in Brooklyn Sunday morning, police said. The 82-year-old victim was sitting inside his car near Crotona Parkway and East 179th Street when the suspects pulled him out of his car, according to the NYPD. The ...

Elon Musk Remains Silent About Visit to Beijing, Shanghai on Tesla Business Trip

The Tesla CEO concluded his two-day China visit, including meetings with Chinese politicians, businessmen, and employees.

Senate hearing highlights childcare crisis in the U.S.

There's concern from lawmakers that the childcare crisis is getting worse. Senators and experts say childcare is increasingly unaffordable for many Americans.

Taylor Swift fans report 'amnesia' following Eras show

Psychologists say emotions and time may be behind the perfectly normal phenomenon.

'Prepared to kill again': Raul Meza Jr., who police call a 'serial killer,' charged with murders

A Texas man who served time for killing Kendra Page, 8, in 1982 was arrested this week after confessing to the slayings of two other people.           

NASA Admits That Some UFOs Might Be Real, But There’s One Major Hurdle To Figuring It Out

The government blaming people for their own shortcomings. Sounds about right.

Sleek new Rehoboth Beach seafood restaurant is in building dating back to 1890

The owners of the newly formed 2nd Block Hospitality Group have turned a former cottage dating back to 1890 into Drift, a modern seafood restaurant.           

Debt ceiling deal heads to US Senate for approval

The Senate must approve the deal and send it to the president's desk this weekend to avoid a default.

Chicago Police Department’s reform chief abruptly resigns, claiming ‘retaliation’

Visiting the Delaware beaches the first weekend in June? Here's your guide

Our weekly guide to all things Delaware beaches.           

CNBC Host Grills Biden Adviser Bharat Ramamurti On Admin Heaping Regulations Onto One Another

'Do you think that's the way to engender more economic growth'

Hurricane season begins: NHC forecasters watching storm in Gulf; upgraded season forecast

As if on cue, a tropical system is bubbling up in the Gulf of Mexico on the first day of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season.           

Debt ceiling: Senate races to wrap up Biden-McCarthy deal before default deadline

Legislation to raise the debt ceiling and cap spending moves to the Senate

NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Bharat Ramamurti, the deputy director of the National Economic Council, about the passage in the House of the bipartisan bill to raise the debt ceiling.

4-year-old hit by gunfire in Oakland, officials say

Police and firefighters in Oakland responded to a report of a shooting Wednesday night and found a child with gunshot wounds at the scene, officials said.

Nova Scotia battles its largest wildfire on record

The Canadian fires have had a wide impact, with air quality warnings issued in the US northeast.

California energy company agrees to $50M settlement in 2020 wildfire; no criminal charges

The Shasta County District Attorney's Office on Wednesday announced a $50 million settlement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company in Zogg Fire case.           

How to Watch the 95th Scripps National Spelling Bee

Thursday night’s finals come after nearly a week of competition involving 231 spellers from around the United States.

Amitai Etzioni, 94, Dies; Envisioned a Society Built on the Common Good

A sociologist, he advised U.S. presidents and other Western leaders while fathering communitarianism, a political middle ground between the left and the right.

Former Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot to teach at Harvard University in the fall

Former Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is headed to Boston in the fall to teach at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.           

Andrew Tate BBC interview: Influencer challenged on misogyny and rape allegations

This is the influencer's first TV interview with a major broadcaster while under house arrest.

Video shows raccoon grab a donut from a Dunkin' drive-thru window

A raccoon "pulled-up" to a Dunkin' drive-thru window to grab a donut – and it was all caught on video.           

Drag Show at Nellis Air Force Base Is Canceled After Republican Criticism

After a drag show at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada was canceled, the Defense Department said that such events were “not a suitable use” of resources, despite a long history of drag entertainment in the military.

Biden Makes Case for Global Alliances at Air Force Academy Commencement

President Biden said cooperation with allies has helped the United States confront challenges to stability around the world.

Blue-Haired Man Allegedly Used Fake ‘Duck Hunt’ Pistol To Rob Convenience Store

He was dressed in a mask and hooded sweatshirt and wore a wig

GOP Senators Slam House Republicans For Defense Spending Levels In Debt Bill

'The people who negotiated this, I wouldn't let them buy me a car'

Sen. Jeff Merkley from Oregon opposes the debt ceiling bill heading to the Senate

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley, a member of the Democratic Party, about provisions in the debt ceiling bill approaching a Senate vote.

Kim Jong Un Has Ballooned To 300+ Pounds Due To Constant Smoking And Drinking, Spies Allege

South Korean intelligence believes the dictator has slipped into a 'vicious cycle' of nicotine and alcohol abuse

Nomini Casino: A Rising Star in the Online Gambling Industry

Few names have captivated the interest and adoration of players quite like Nomini Casino in the ever-changing scene of online gambling. This casino has swiftly established a reputation for professionalism, creativity and a commitment to provide an amazing gaming experience as a rising star ...

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Warring Sudanese Factions

The measures came a day after Sudan’s military pulled out of peace talks in the Saudi city of Jeddah that aimed to stop the fighting.

Trump and Cuomo Agree on One Thing: DeSantis Mishandled Covid

The two combative men from Queens have often been antagonists, but now they both see an opening to attack the Florida governor over his pandemic leadership.

Biden Takes Massive Fall On Stage During Grad Ceremony

Several secret service members immediately run over to help assist the president.

Thousands march in Jerusalem Pride parade

Thousands of people on Thursday marched in Jerusalem's Pride parade — an annual event that took place for the first time under Israel's new far-right government, which is stacked with openly homophobic members. (June 1)           

Man, 58, found dead after being punched in Brooklyn apartment: police

EAST NEW YORK, Brooklyn (PIX11) -- A 58-year-old man was found dead after he was allegedly punched in Brooklyn, according to police. Police said they received a call about an unconscious man around 7:40 a.m. Sunday inside an apartment on Elmira Loop. When officers arrived, they found James ...

3 activists arrested on financial crimes related to Atlanta's 'Cop City' protests

Three organizers who helped aid people protesting a proposed police and fire training center in Atlanta were arrested Wednesday.           

Can I bring this on a plane? Weird stuff TSA will let you fly with from antlers to hookahs

Concerned about those antlers sticking out of your seatmate's carry-on bag? They're on the list of unusual things TSA permits on planes           

Ron DeSantis Snaps at a Reporter: ‘Are You Blind?’

The Florida governor, who has frequently clashed with the press, was asked about taking questions from voters on the presidential campaign trail.

‘Time To Invoke The 25th Amendment’: Public Reacts To Biden’s Onstage Tumble

Twitter users suggested that the fall could be a sign that Biden is not well

Spirit Airlines and Air Canada delays reported after separate IT issues

The airlines warn of severe flight delays after both reported technical issues on Thursday.

3 dead, 8 injured in 'major' single-vehicle crash in NorCal, police say

Police and firefighters rushed to the scene of a major single-vehicle collision in Sacramento on Wednesday.

Tom Brady Confirms He Will Not Return To Football Despite Ongoing Rumors

'I’m looking forward to my broadcasting job at Fox next year'

Cleveland Police Investigate Dreading Pattern of Missing Youths

Parents, activists, and cops were alarmed when over 30 Cleveland children went missing in the first two weeks of May.

Bronx mom allegedly lied about whereabouts of her dead baby in cover-up: complaint

THE BRONX, N.Y. (PIX11) – A Bronx mother allegedly lied about her dead baby being alive when questioned by a child protective specialist about the whereabouts of her child, according to a criminal complaint. Ivana Paolozzi, 20, is accused of covering up the death of her 3-month-old daughter, ...

69-year-old mother of five caught in crossfire in Auburn Gresham. ‘How does this happen to somebody like my mom?’

Prosecutors Scrutinize Political Nonprofit Groups for Fund-Raising Fraud

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan have sought recordings of calls made by two networks of groups that solicited money from donors for a variety of politically tinged causes.

‘Are You Blind?’: DeSantis Shuts Down Reporter Asking If He’s ‘Taking Questions From Voters’

'Perfectly illustrative of the modern media shutting their eyes'

Dancers at a Los Angeles topless bar become the country's first unionized strippers

Dancers at a Los Angeles bar recently became the first strippers in the nation to win union recognition. Dancers at Star Garden hope to inspire other strippers across the country to unionize.

Mexico authorities find 45 bags with human remains

Authorities in northern Mexico found 45 bags containing human remains in a gorge on the outskirts of Guadalajara and are trying to determine how many bodies are there. (June 1)           

Several people are missing after a deteriorating building partially collapsed in Iowa

Several people remain missing after a partial building collapse in Davenport, Iowa. A paper trail shows the city has been aware for months about the building's deteriorating condition.

Report: Leaked Doc Shows Iran’s Plans To Attack US Troops

Iran, Russia and the Assad regime are reportedly collaborating to try and boot American troops out of Syria

Do Americans still believe in God? Shocking research on prayer, faith opens eyes about US faithful

What do Americans believe about God — and do they still fervently pray? Plus, how have these trends changed in recent years?

What Frameworks Are Used Inside GamStop Software?

Although entertaining, gambling can quickly become an addiction if you don’t take timely measures.  Thankfully, UK players can find such a solution in GamStop, a UKGC-established service. This self-exclusion program helps players tackle gambling-related issues and prevent overspending ...

‘A Horrific Trend’: Major Gender Clinics Sued For Records On Trans Surgeries For Kids

'Children and adults across the United States are being experimented on'

Judge blasts last-minute attempt to delay businessman’s bribery trial as ‘frivolous’

Inside the political survival of City Council dean Ald. Walter Burnett

Jordan's crown prince weds scion of Saudi family

Jordan's crown prince has married the scion of a prominent Saudi family in a palace celebration Thursday attended by royals and other VIPs from around the world. (June 1)           

Denver fans root for the Nuggets in their first finals game after 47 years in the NBA

The NBA finals kick off Thursday night. It's the first time the Denver Nuggets have made it to the league championship in the franchise's 47-year NBA history. Denver is stoked.

Biden Admin Flies Pride Flag At US Embassy In The Vatican

'This is a slap on the face of Catholics by the Biden administration'

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