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Jersey City kosher market attack was 'fueled' by anti-Semitism, state's AG says

The two killers who stormed a kosher market in Jersey City were driven by hatred of Jews and law enforcement, New Jersey's attorney general said Thursday, adding that the case is being investigated as domestic terrorism.

New Jersey man, 21, dies after car started remotely by owner rolls forward, crushing him

A young New Jersey man was killed last weekend after he was pinned between two cars — one of which was started remotely by its owner, officials said.

Iowa man, 18, saved from trapped car in freezing waters thanks to Siri: report

Technology and quick thinking saved an Iowa man’s life after his car plunged into the freezing waters of the Winnebago River Tuesday morning. 

Hurricane gets upgrade to Category 4 storm, 54 years after making landfall

The storm that made landfall more than half a century ago was more powerful than originally thought.

US military tests land-based intermediate-range missile from Vandenberg

The U.S. military is planning to test a land-based intermediate-range missile from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California Thursday, a U.S. defense official tells Fox News.

Jersey City mayor: Kosher market attack was a hate crime, anti-Semitism must be called out

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said on “Fox & Friends” Thursday that the shooting that unfolded at a New Jersey kosher market in his city was a "targeted" attack, adding that the reason he is “so vocal” is because “whenever you have hate and anti-Semitism, it’s important to call it out for what it is very quickly while the world is watching."  

NYPD probing whether Barnard College stabbing is linked to previous robberies

Investigators are probing whether the grisly knife slaying of a Barnard College student at an upper Manhattan park is connected to previous robbery patterns in the area, police sources said Thursday.

Former Nashville juvenile detention center supervisor arrested after four teens escaped facility

A former supervisor at a Nashville detention center was arrested Wednesday night after investigators determined his recklessness allowed four teens, two of them accused of murder, to escape from the juvenile facility last month. 

Connecticut mother of two reported missing: 'This is odd behavior for her'

Connecticut investigators were searching Thursday for a missing mother of two who was last seen Monday.

Feral hogs tearing up California park, prompting city to hire trapper to deal with 'invasive' population

Sections of a park in Northern California are now closed off with warning signs posted after feral hogs have invaded the area in recent months, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage.

Thousands mourn, attend funerals for Jersey City shooting victims: 'They were very good people'

Thousands gathered outside New York City Wednesday night as funeral services were held for two of the victims who were killed in the Jersey City kosher market shooting earlier this week.

Texas fugitive accused of killing officer is 'coward,' may be heading to Louisiana: police

The fugitive accused of striking and killing a Houston-area police sergeant with his vehicle while fleeing a traffic stop this week has been identified as a rapper who goes by the alias "Killah Dre," and may possibly be heading to Louisiana, officials say.

Oakland considers housing the homeless on a cruise ship

This is not exactly "The Love Boat," but it could help make a dent in one California city's homeless crisis. 

Florida man found eaten by alligator actually died from meth overdose, officials say

The Florida man who was found partially eaten by an alligator earlier this year died from a meth overdose — not a gator attack, as was speculated, according to autopsy results.

Judge blocks Los Angeles law requiring potential city contractors to disclose NRA ties

A federal judge Wednesday temporarily blocked a new Los Angeles law that requires potential city contractors to disclose any ties with the National Rifle Association.

North Carolina school district apologizes over math assignment comparing value of slaves to white people

A school district in North Carolina apologized this week after a parent posted a photo on Facebook of a middle school homework assignment that appeared to mix a lesson about the Three-Fifths Compromise of 1787 with a math word problem.

CBS affiliate's former weatherman possessed nearly 16,000 suspected child porn images, court papers allege

A former meteorologist at a CBS affiliate in Columbus, Ohio, had 15,912 images of suspected child porn downloaded from his emails, court records unsealed Wednesday reportedly revealed.

Baltimore defendant throws metal water pitcher, strikes judge in head after receiving life term: reports

A judge in Baltimore required medical treatment Wednesday after a defendant she had just sentenced to life in prison grabbed a metal water pitcher and threw it, striking the judge in her forehead, according to reports.

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