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Philadelphia police seeking suspects from looting spree in wake of Walter Wallace Jr. killing

Philadelphia police are seeking suspects wanted in connection to the looting of a city store after Walter Wallace Jr. was killed in late October by a city police officer.

NYPD, New York sheriffs won't enforce Thanksgiving gathering order

Earlier this month, the governor limited indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences to up to 10 people.

Ohio police rescue woman trapped in sinking minivan after crashing in river, video shows

A 24-year-old Ohio woman who was trapped inside a sinking minivan after crashing into a river Sunday night was rescued by quick-thinking police officers who jumped into the cold waters and pulled her to safety.

Shooter denied bond in fatal Nebraska fast food restaurant attack

​​​​​​​ A 23-year-old man charged with fatally shooting two employees at a Nebraska fast food restaurant and wounding two others was denied bond Tuesday at his first court appearance.

2 NYC police officers wounded in broad daylight shooting

Two New York City police officers were wounded during a broad daylight shooting involving a suspect who has died, police and sources told Fox News. 

Food bank lines build before Thanksgiving as more Americans go hungry

Food banks in California's Bay Area that had served 1,400 households per month in February are now expecting that figure to skyrocket, reaching 4,400 households this month.

California Restaurant Association seeks court order to halt LA County dine-in ban

Health officials had warned residents that onsite service for restaurants, bars and wineries -- both indoors and outdoors -- would be suspended for at least three weeks to try and stem the “alarming” rate of coronavirus cases.

NJ Gov. Murphy speaks out after restaurant showdown over masks, coronavirus restrictions

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is speaking out after he and his family were confronted by a group of people while eating dinner at a restaurant in his state, a video shared on social media shows.

Reinstated coronavirus restrictions by state: What you need to know

The country is facing a fresh load of coronavirus cases even as Americans prepare to observe the winter holidays.

NYPD makes arrest in latest 'subway shove' attack

New York City police announced Tuesday the arrest of a homeless man suspected of pushing a straphanger into the subway tracks in Brooklyn over the weekend.

‘Tony Meatballs’ among 15 mobsters busted in Philadelphia

A reputed wiseguy nicknamed “Tony Meatballs” is among more than a dirty dozen alleged South Philly mobsters charged in a sweeping federal indictment unsealed Monday.

Mild Thanksgiving week temperatures for much of the US

We don’t have any major storms on the horizon this Thanksgiving week. 

Chicago police officer dragged by vehicle after traffic stop: report

A Chicago police officer was hospitalized on Monday night after being dragged by a vehicle following a traffic stop on the city's South Side, according to reports. 

NYC to levy 15K fine against Brooklyn synagogue that held illegal wedding

City Hall will levy a $15,000 fine against the Brooklyn synagogue that broke social distancing regulations by hosting thousands at a clandestine wedding for the grandson of a top religious official in the Hasidic community, Mayor Bill de Blasio said late Monday.

Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins dead at 93

David Dinkins, who served as New York City's first and only Black mayor during the 1990s, has died at 93, according to multiple reports. 

Dying Alabama man ready to ‘meet his maker’ confesses to 1995 cold case murder: cops

An Alabama diagnosed with terminal lung cancer confessed Wednesday to killing another man 25 years ago, solving a cold case murder that had "nothing else to follow up on," according to authorities.

This Day in History: Nov. 24

A hijacker calling himself “Dan Cooper” (but who would become popularly known as “D.B. Cooper”) parachutes from a Northwest Orient Airlines 727 over the Pacific Northwest after receiving $200,000 in ransom. Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury dies.

NYC sees six-hour lines for COVID-19 testing ahead of Thanksgiving

Lines for COVID-19 tests in Manhattan stretched for more than six hours Monday, as New Yorkers rushed to get checked ahead of Thanksgiving.

NY Dems busted at packed indoor birthday party without masks, here's how they reacted when caught

High-profile Brooklyn Democrats came under fire last week for attending a birthday party at which many of the attendees were neither wearing a mask nor social distancing. Yet when news broke of the COVID rule-breaking party, many of them reacted with a shrug, while some came off as annoyed that it had made news in the first place.

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