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Florida girl, 11, stabbed mother's attacker with scissors, deputies say

By Robert Gearty

Florida deputies say an 11-year-old girl rescued her mother from a beating by stabbing her attacker in the back with scissors.

Florida man attacks jogger with sword over wheelbarrow left in trash pile: police

By Stephen Sorace

A man in Florida was determined to go down swinging when he unsheathed a sword and attacked a jogger for taking a wheelbarrow from a pile of trash he apparently had claimed, investigators said.

Louisiana pair arrested in woman's 38-year-old cold case murder

By Robert Gearty

Louisiana authorities have announced the arrests of an imprisoned kidnapper and another man in a decades-old cold case murder.

New York man, accused of raping woman, 74, removed from court after flipping table: report

By Paulina Dedaj

A New York man accused of raping a 74-year-old woman was thrown out of court Monday after he picked up the table at which his defense team was sitting and launched it in the direction of prosecutors, capping a series of outbursts that disrupted the jury selection proceedings. 

Breast cancer guidelines say more women may need gene test

More women may benefit from gene testing for hereditary breast or ovarian cancer, especially if they've already survived cancer once, an influential health group recommended Tuesday.

Breast cancer guidelines say more women may need gene test

More women may benefit from gene testing for hereditary breast or ovarian cancer, especially if they've already survived cancer once, an influential health group recommended Tuesday.

Connecticut man accused of killing Anguilla hotel worker says he'd 'do it again'

By Barnini Chakraborty

The Connecticut man about to stand trial in Anguilla for killing a resort worker maintained Monday that he was defending himself and his daughters from a "crazed and desperate" attacker and said he's looking forward to clearing his name.

Connecticut man accused of killing Anguilla hotel worker says he'd 'do it again'

By Barnini Chakraborty

The Connecticut man about to stand trial in Anguilla for killing a resort worker maintained Monday that he was defending himself and his daughters from a "crazed and desperate" attacker and said he's looking forward to clearing his name.

Feds move to dismiss Jeffrey Epstein's sex-trafficking indictment

By Nicole Darrah

Federal prosecutors on Monday moved to dismiss the sex trafficking indictment against Jeffrey Epstein following his suicide in federal lockup earlier this month — but officials say they have no plans to end the probe into Epstein's alleged victims' claims, and authorities are still considering charging others accused in the alleged underage sex ring.

Hate Those Floating Digital Billboards? New York Just Banned Them

By Jesse McKinley

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation to outlaw the ads that “blight our shores.” But you may not have seen the last of them.

Florida hurricanes predicted by scientist with unique technique

By Elina Shirazi

Months after Hurricane Michael bruised the panhandle and Irma slammed into the Florida Keys, the community is bracing themselves for what comes next. One scientist with the Florida Gulf Coast University is digging for those answers underwater with a technique called coring. It involves digging in the dirt underwater to uncover information about hurricanes from thousands of years ago, that can help predict how strong future hurricanes will be. She predicts severe hurricanes ahead, matching up with the latest National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts.

Florida hurricanes predicted by scientist with unique technique

By Elina Shirazi

Months after Hurricane Michael bruised the panhandle and Irma slammed into the Florida Keys, the community is bracing themselves for what comes next. One scientist with the Florida Gulf Coast University is digging for those answers underwater with a technique called coring. It involves digging in the dirt underwater to uncover information about hurricanes from thousands of years ago, that can help predict how strong future hurricanes will be. She predicts severe hurricanes ahead, matching up with the latest National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts.

Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard's 'brother' swindled Miami hotel out of $42G: police

By Robert Gearty

A Florida man has been accused of scamming a fancy Miami Beach hotel out of nearly $42,000 by claiming to be female tennis star Eugenie Bouchard’s brother.

Sister of 9th NYPD officer to die by suicide in 2019 says 'blood is on' department's hands

By Nicole Darrah

The sister of the ninth New York City police officer to die by suicide this year says she warned the department about guns her brother had in his home — and her concerns that one day he'd use them to kill himself.

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