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Bodycam allegedly shows Baltimore PD officer planting drugs

City prosecutors to purse cases against officers in footage

Raw video: Aircraft carrying the son of World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Vince McMahon was forced to ditch in the ocean off Long Island, New York

Celebrity News

Who is WWE executive Shane McMahon?

Shane McMahon, an executive with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), was in a helicopter which made an emergency landing on Wednesday in the ocean off New York.

FILE – In this Aug. 2, 2016, file photo, Daniel Stoltzfus, left, and Lee Donald Kaplan, right, are led to a preliminary hearing outside Bucks County Magisterial District Judge John I. Waltman's courtroom in Feasterville, Pa. Daniel Stoltzfus and his wife Savilla Stoltzfus were set to be sentenced Wednesday, July 19, 2017, on child endangerment charges, after six of the couple's daughters were sexually assaulted by Lee Donald Kaplan, who has been convicted of 17 counts of child rape as well as other offenses. (AP Photo/Megan Trimble, File)


Pennsylvania parents who 'gifted' teen daughter to 52-year-old-man sentenced

Two Pennsylvania parents who gave their oldest daughter to a cult-like figure who sexually assaulted her have each been sentenced to seven years in prison.


Machete vs. trash can: Wild fight caught on camera

Raw video: Altercation in New York City

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Drug and Substance Abuse

Mom shares harrowing addiction photos

A mother’s bid to help others struggling with addiction has gone viral, after she shared harrowing before and after photos on her Facebook page urging others to seek help.


Proud Americans cheer on the US military on Panama Beach

Runners were training at the Navy Diving and Salvage Center

The logo of McDonald's (MCD) is seen in Los Angeles, California, United States, April 22, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo   GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH "BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD JULY 25" FOR ALL IMAGES - RTSJGFE


'I ain't serving no police': Virginia McDonald's employee refuses to serve uniformed police officer

A uniformed police officer in Virginia said he was refused service at a local McDonald’s due to the fact he wore a uniform, reported.



Alabama hunter shoots down 820-pound wild hog in front yard

A south Alabama hunter bagged and tagged the trophy animal of his life when he discovered an 820-pound wild hog on his front lawn.


Mayoral candidate tells audience members at forum in Florida to 'go back to Africa'

A forum about opportunities for youth in St. Petersburg, Fla. turned racial when long-shot mayoral candidate Paul Congemi lashed out at an opponent’s supporters.

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Runaway teen identified as victim of John Wayne Gacy

James 'Jimmie' Byron Haakenson was reported missing in 1976

Australian woman killed by Minneapolis police after calling to report possible crime; Mike Tobin reports from Chicago

Police and Law Enforcement

Australian woman shot by Minnesota police reported possible sexual assault, 911 transcript shows

Justine Damond, the Australian woman living in Minneapolis who was fatally shot by a police officer, spent her final moments trying to help stop what she believed was a sexual assault happening nearby.

James 'Jimmie' Byron Haakenson was reported missing in 1976


John Wayne Gacy victim identified more than 40 years after disappearance

A Chicago-area sheriff announced Wednesday that his office has identified a teenager who vanished in the 1970s as a victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy.

Robert Simet is shown in an undated photo provided by the Pottawattamie County (Iowa) Sheriff's Office. A psychiatric evaluation has been ordered for Simet, accused of threatening Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa. U.S. Magistrate Judge Helen Adams on Tuesday, July 18, 2017, ordered the transfer of Simet from Pottawattamie County Jail in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to the Douglas County Jail in Omaha, where he'll be held while undergoing an evaluation.  (Pottawattamie County (Iowa) Sheriff's Office via AP)


Mental tests ordered for man accused in Iowa senator threats

A psychiatric evaluation has been ordered for a Nebraska man accused of threatening Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa. ...

Mysterious grave markers have residents, officials, puzzled


Michigan fisherman discovers 3 headstones on shore of lake

The unlikely discovery of three headstones by a fisherman on a small Michigan lake has residents trying to figure out how the grave markers got there, and if there are any others lurking below the ...

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President calls the senator a 'fighter,' sends thoughts and prayers after cancer diagnosis; Dr. Marc Siegel provides insight on 'The Five' President calls the senator a 'fighter,' sends thoughts and prayers after cancer diagnosis; Dr. Marc Siegel provides insight on 'The Five'


Politicians react to John McCain brain tumor diagnosis

Politicians reacted on Wednesday night to the brain tumor diagnosis of Arizona Sen. John McCain.

Muddy floodwaters of the East Verde River flow under a bridge where one victim of the flash flood was found during a search and rescue operation by the Gila County Sheriff's Office on Sunday, July 16, 2017, in Payson, Ariz. Search and rescue crews, including 40 people on foot and others in a helicopter, have recovered bodies of children and adults, some as far as two miles down the river after Saturday's flash flooding poured over a popular swimming area inside the Tonto National Forest in central Arizona. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso)


Last Arizona flood victim's body believed found

The body of a 27-year-old man who went missing during the flash flood in Arizona last weekend is believed to have been found, according to authorities.

Cancer was discovered when the senator underwent surgery


McCain's cancer diagnosis led senators to pray together, Hoeven says

A group of senators prayed together Wednesday night after learning that Arizona Sen. John McCain had been diagnosed with a brain tumor, according to one of the lawmakers.

This photo provided by the Parker County Sheriff's Office shows Roy Oliver. Oliver, a Texas police officer, faces a murder charge in the shooting of a teenager after being fired earlier in the week over the incident, authorities said Friday, May 5, 2017. Oliver fired a rifle at a car full of teenagers leaving a party April 29, killing 15-year-old Jordan Edwards. (Parker County Sheriff's Office via AP)

Police and Law Enforcement

Jordan Edwards case: Ex-Texas officer gives his account of fatal shooting

A white former Texas police officer indicted in the fatal shooting of a black teenager says he was justified for opening fire into a moving car, killing one passenger, according to a new court filing.


Murdered teenage girl's body found floating in Dallas creek

Dallas police are investigating the murder of a 17-year-old girl whose body was found in a creek Sunday morning.

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Firefighters revive unconscious dog saved from house fire

Raw video: Bakersfield Fire Department saves pet dog


California officials save cow trapped under a fallen tree

Raw video: Bulldozer lifts tree of trapped bovine in San Diego County


Wildfire near Yosemite destroys 29 structures, thousands flee homes

A blaze burning in foothills west of Yosemite National Park destroyed dozens of structures and forced thousands to flee Gold Rush-era towns but fire crews have been able to stop it from reaching a ...

Flames from a backfire burn as CalFire crews battle the wildfires near Mariposa, Calif., on Tuesday, July 18, 2017.  Record rain and snowfall in the mountains this winter was celebrated for bringing California's five-year drought to its knees, but it has turned into a challenge for firefighters battling flames feeding on dense vegetation, officials said.  (AP Photo/Noah Berger)


California wildfire threatens thousands of homes outside Yosemite National Park

A stubborn wildfire burning in the rugged mountains outside Yosemite National Park destroyed at least eight structures Wednesday, and forced thousands to flee their homes.

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Sex Crimes

Married substitute teacher, 30, accused of sex acts and lewd sexting with eighth grade student

A former California middle school teacher is heading to trial after she admitted to having sex with a student she initially blamed for instigating the relationship -- and who later outed the woman by ...

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