FDNY blames e-scooter battery for fire that kills 3 family members

by admin | on Nov 14

The New York Fire Department is warning of the dangers of non-safety certified lithium-ion batteries after an e-scooter battery ...

Sen. Tim Scott announces the end of his 2024 presidential campaign

by admin | on Nov 12

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott announced on Sunday night that he is suspending his 2024 presidential campaign.Scott dropped the ...

New Yorkers freak out after mysterious green ‘slime’ oozes onto street: ‘Ninja Turtles’

by admin | on Nov 11

A fluorescent green liquid oozing out of manholes in New York City has social media theorizing about popular movies ...

Missouri teacher accused of having sex with student, fondling on school field trip

by admin | on Nov 9

Two Missouri women teaching in the same school district were arrested for sexual conduct with their students and appeared ...

Armed Texas store owner defends self in shootout with would-be robbers, video shows

by admin | on Nov 8

An armed store owner in Texas fought back against a pair of attempted robbers, trading fire with the suspects ...

Chaos erupts at Chicago City Council meeting over sanctuary city status

by admin | on Nov 8

Protesters shut down a Chicago City Council meeting on Tuesday during a debate over allowing residents to decide whether ...

PA Democrat Cherelle Parker makes history as Philadelphia’s 100th mayor, first woman to hold the position

by admin | on Nov 8

Voters elected two women for the first time to lead Philadelphia and Pennsylvania’s second-largest county, installing Democrat Cherelle Parker ...

Suburban single mom shot dead at Chicago-area Chase Bank

by admin | on Nov 7

A single mom of two in the Chicago suburbs was killed Saturday at a Chase Bank ATM.Police on Saturday ...

Chicago murder suspect repeatedly arrested, released before bank exec’s death

by admin | on Nov 6

A Chicago murder suspect charged in connection to the beating of a man along the Magnificent Mile had been repeatedly ...

Police investigating after antisemitic notes are placed on cars inside a Chicago park

by admin | on Nov 5

Police are investigating and searching for those responsible for leaving after antisemitic messages on parked vehicles in a Chicago park.Around ...

Officials call on EPA to combat alarming food waste and methane emissions

by admin | on Nov 1

More than one-third of the food produced in the U.S. is never eaten. Much of it ends up in landfills, ...

Chicago races to keep thousands of migrants warm ahead of bone-chilling winter

by admin | on Oct 30

The city of Chicago has announced plans to assist migrants who find themselves exposed to the cold in the months ...

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