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Mother shot in head in front of infant child on Mother's Day

Mother shot in head in front of infant child on Mother's Day

An argument escalated between the 32-year-old woman and her 43-year-old boyfriend in Queens, N.Y., after 9 a.m. In an earlier incident, a 37-year-old man in Rosedale was shot in the neck at about 6:30 a.m., in front of a house at 241C Mayda Road.


Frozen burritos recalled for possible listeria contamination

Frozen burritos recalled for possible listeria contamination

A company in New Mexico is recalling about 253,000 pounds of frozen burritos in four states over fears of listeria contamination. There have not yet been confirmed reports of reactions due to consumption of the product. Listeriosis is treated with antibiotics. The Las Cruces, New Mexico-based company voluntarily recalled the burritos, which have been sold frozen, refrigerated or served hot at convenience stores, vending machines and stores through distributors in California, Illinois, ...



Lawyers Say Trump Taxes Show No Russia Ties With "Few Exceptions"

The latest evidence is his admission that firing FBI director James Comey was really about his refusal to pledge his loyalty to Trump and the FBI's ongoing Trump campaign-Russia investigation-not Comey's mishandling of Hillary Clinton's classified emails.


Ohio 8-Year-Old Was Bullied Before Killing Himself, Attorneys Say

Ohio 8-Year-Old Was Bullied Before Killing Himself, Attorneys Say

They uploaded the entire video Friday after initially declining to release it. The school district had refused to release the video but chose to do so to counter what it said was the detective's suggestion that the children who poked or nudged or kicked Gabriel were assaulting him.



Ebola returns to Africa, kills 3

There were three deaths, including the patient who tested positive. The cases were found in the Likati district. The WHO said specialist teams were headed for the area and hoped to arrive within 48 hours. The latest Ebola outbreak is Congo's eighth, the most of any country. The virus is fatal in up to 90% of cases, and the World Health Organization recently developed an experimental vaccine for use in emergencies.


Microsoft patches Windows XP to fight the WannaCrypt ransomware attacks

Microsoft patches Windows XP to fight the WannaCrypt ransomware attacks

It said the attacks had not affected the companies' services or data protection of their clients. "It's impacting overseas among those who have outdated software or pirated software", the senior intelligence official said. "They lost it, somebody stole the information published it on the internet, and now it's being used against victims in the United States and elsewhere", said John Bambenek of Fidelis Cybersecurity.