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Man named Tupac Shakur arrested for attacking cops in Tennessee
This arrest is bound to draw “Eyez.” A man named Tupac A. Shakur — who is not the late rapper — was busted in Tennessee on Friday after allegedly lunging at cops with a knife. Police officers in Johnso
Romney takes shots at Trump over race, says he’s abandoning Kurds in Syria
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, took a series of shots at President Trump in an interview that aired Sunday, saying that some of the president’s rhetoric appealed to racism and claiming that under his leadership, the US was abando
Toddler fatally shot in Philly a day after 11-month old struck by gunfire
A 2-year-old girl was shot dead inside her Philadelphia home Sunday — less than a day after an 11-month-old boy in the city survived being struck with four bullets, according to a report. The little girl, who has not been named, w
Report: Synagogue massacre led to string of attack plots
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — At least 12 white supremacists have been arrested on allegations of plotting, threatening or carrying out anti-Semitic attacks in the US since the massacre at a Pittsburgh synagogue nearly one year ago, a Jewis
Da Vinci’s art exhibited at the Louvre to honor 500th anniversary of death
A massive collection of Leonardo da Vinci’s artwork will be brought together in one place Thursday to mark the 500th anniversary year of his death. The exhibition at the ­Louvre in Paris will feature more than 160 paintings, sculp
Porn star ‘Bridget the Midget’ faces 15 years for stabbing boyfriend: report
Porn star “Bridget the Midget” used a butter knife when she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend in the leg last month — during a wild quarrel that could land her in jail for 15 years if convicted, a report said Sunda
Pentagon scraps obsolete floppy disk system controlling US nuclear arsenal
America’s nuclear arsenal will no longer rely on floppy disks. The Pentagon has finally scrapped a disco-era missile-launch system that relied on ancient IBM Series/1 computers and floppy disks — largely because young tech-s
Brexit will happen on Oct. 31 despite PM’s unsigned delay request, UK says
LONDON – The British government insisted on Sunday the country will leave the European Union on Oct. 31 despite a letter that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced by parliament to send to the bloc requesting a Brexit dela
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Joey 'the Clown' Lombardo, infamous Chicago mobster, dead at 90, reports say
Chicago mobster Joseph Lombardo – better as “Joey the Clown” – died in prison Saturday while serving a life sentence for murder, according to federal prosecutors.
Southern California fentanyl seizure nets enough drugs to make millions of deadly doses, officials say
Authorities in Orange County, California last week seized roughly $1.25 million worth of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl, a quantity large enough to create four million lethal doses, according to the sheriff’s office.
Pacific Crest Trail hiker, 50, rescued after bad storm hits, says he 'wouldn't have survived another night'
A hiker who got lost in a snowstorm on the perilous Pacific Crest Trail in Oregon says he wouldn't have lived another night if deputies didn't answer his desperate call for help.
Detroit-area Yemeni expats avoid prison time for sending millions of dollars to native country
Several Yemeni expats in the Detroit area who pleaded guilty to transferring millions of dollars to their war-torn native country unlawfully will not be going to prison -- after the judge cited a need for "compassion."
San Diego man who said he tried saving relatives from fire is arrested in their deaths
A San Diego man was arrested Friday for allegedly starting a suspicious house fire that killed his parents and sister and injured two siblings last weekend -- despite initially claiming he tried to save his family.
Vietnam Marine veteran in New Mexico hospice care reunites with beloved dog one last time
A New Mexico man who served with the Marines in Vietnam said a final goodbye last week to the beloved dog he had to put up for adoption when he entered hospice care.
New Orleans implodes damaged cranes on partially collapsed Hard Rock hotel
After looming over the streets of New Orleans for over a week, two damaged cranes that leaned precariously over the remains of a partially collapsed hotel were brought down using a series of controlled explosions. 
Tennessee doctors plead guilty to overprescribing opioids, DOJ says
Two Tennessee doctors pleaded guilty Thursday to distributing high doses of opioids with no medical legitimacy, according to the Department of Justice.
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Tree of Life, Madame Lagarde, The Columbus Letters
Recovering from the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history; Then, Christine Lagarde tells John Dickerson about the possible signs of a global recession; And, rare, million-dollar copies of a letter written by Christopher
2020 Sunday Trail Markers: Trump, Dem challengers to attend same forum
President Trump will travel to South Carolina on Friday to participate in a criminal justice forum where Democratic presidential candidates will also be speaking
Toddler with Down syndrome is honorary Louisville band conductor
A 4-year-old from Kentucky stole the halftime show when he conducted the Cardinal Marching Band at Saturday's football game
Photo of nurse crying after shift shows reality of job
Nurses spend their lives helping others — and sometimes the reality of their day-to-day impacts them long after they get home
Implosion at Hard Rock Hotel site topples crane onto New Orleans street
"I would tell you I do not think it could go much better," New Orleans Fire Department Chief Tim McConnell said
GM workers on strike set to vote on new labor deal
This is a critical week for General Motors. Strikers are set to vote Friday on a tentative new labor deal. It would end a 35-day walkout that has shut down General Motors production across North America. Dean Reynolds reports.
Chicago Public School teachers strike approach third day
Around 300,000 public school children in Chicago are expected to miss a third day of class Monday. The city's 25,000 teachers have been striking since Thursday. Teachers are demanding smaller classes and more resources like nurses
3 soldiers killed and 3 hurt in training accident at Fort Stewart
Three soldiers were killed and three others were injured during a training accident at Fort Stewart, an army base in Georgia. They were riding in a Bradley Fighting Vehicle. Tom Hanson reports.

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