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Etan Patz murder suspect Pedro Hernandez found guilty in killing

A former SoHo store clerk was convicted Tuesday of murdering 6-year-old Etan Patz, resolving one of the city’s most notorious unsolved crimes after nearly 40 years. A Manhattan jury found Pedro Hernandez guilty of luring the child into the basement of a bodega as Etan walked alone to his school bus stop for the first time — and then strangling ...

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Scott Baio tells Trevor Noah to shut up over Nordstrom boycott

Scott Baio does not find Trevor Noah’s jokes very funny. The outspoken Trump supporter fired back at the comedian after Noah responded to Baio’s tweet about boycotting Nordstrom, joking that he was a cashier at the store. “That sucks for Nordstrom now they have to find another cashier??,” Noah said in response to Baio’s boycott declaration. The “Happy Days” star ...

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Knicks legend Charles Oakley no longer banned from Garden

The ban is over. After James Dolan announced Friday that Charles Oakley was indefinitely barred from entering the Garden, the Knicks owner has had a change of heart, according to The Undefeated. Dolan and Oakley met face-to-face with NBA commissioner Adam Silver at the league office Monday, with Michael Jordan joining the conversation via conference call to try to resolve ...

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Half-brother of Kim Jong-Un reportedly killed by female agents

Kim Jong-Nam, the 45-year-old half-brother of North Korean ruler Kim Jong-Un, has died in Malaysia. CBS News reports that the death has been classified by Malaysian police as “sudden.” CNN reports that the Selangor State Criminal Investigations Department said that Kim Jong-Nam fell ill at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia. Furthermore, Fox News is reporting that Kim Jong-Nam was ...

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Sally Yates' warning may have set Flynn's resignation into motion

Sally Yates was anything but treacherous in her final days as President Trump’s acting Attorney General. Her role as a legal canary in the coal mine during a brief role heading the Justice Department may have poised the White House away from National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and inspired his ousting. Yates tried insulating the White House from a series ...

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Reporter claims Omarosa Manigault 'physically' threatened her

A White House reporter claims a senior President Trump official “physically intimidated” and verbally threatened her outside the Oval Office last week, according to a report. April Ryan, a longtime presidential correspondent for the American Urban Radio Networks, told the Washington Post that Omarosa Manigault got in her face just outside of press secretary Sean Spicer’s office on Wednesday night. ...

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Security guard may have refused help leading to fatal Oculus fall

The New Jersey woman who suffered a deadly fall inside the Oculus transit hub was reaching for her sister’s hat — after a security guard refused to help retrieve it from the edge of an escalator, sources said Monday. Jenny Santos, 29, teetered over the handrail about halfway down the escalator at 5:30 a.m. Saturday, said a police source who ...

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Michael Flynn resigns as Trump's national security adviser

Besieged National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigned Monday night after less than a month on the job, admitting he misled the vice president and other senior officials about discussions he had with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. regarding sanctions. In a letter Monday announcing his departure, Flynn, 58, acknowledged giving “incomplete information” to Vice President Pence and others about a phone ...

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PewDiePie reportedly dropped by Disney for anti-Semitism: GRAPHIC

YouTube sensation PewDiePie, known for his profane comedy, crossed the line with anti-Semitic jokes. Disney has cut ties with the viral video star, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, after nine videos that included anti-Semitic messages or Nazi imagery, according to the Wall Street Journal. Kjellberg, a 27-year-old Swede, has more than 53 million subscribers on YouTube and more than ...

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East Harlem shoplifting suspect flees squad car, cop suspended

A shoplifting suspect who slipped out of an NYPD squad car Saturday is back in cuffs, and one of the cops who bungled his arrest has been suspended, police said. Cops on Monday tracked Xavier Rivers, 21, to the Taft Houses on Fifth Ave. and E. 112th St. in East Harlem, where he lives, sources said, and was taken into ...

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