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Civilian Complaint Review Board ‘dumped’ hundreds of cases on NYPD at last minute: police sources

The Civilian Complaint Review Board "dumped" hundreds of cases on the NYPD for review with little time left for a decision on whether to discipline the officers involved.
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UK accuses Russia of disinformation over depleted uranium
Russia is "deliberately trying to disinform," said the UK Ministry of Defense on Tuesday, after Russian President Vladimir Putin warned London against providing Ukraine with ammunition that contains depleted uranium.
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Miami Beach not extending spring break curfew despite deadly shootings
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber enacted a midnight curfew Sunday but clashed with commissioners Monday, who argued another weekend of curfew would harm business profits.
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Dartmouth football coach suffers ‘serious injuries’ after being struck by pickup truck while bicycling
Dartmouth head football coach Buddy Teevens suffered "serious injuries" while riding a bicycle last week after he was struck by a pickup truck, according to a report.
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Houston police identify suspect accused of robbing elderly woman at gunpoint in her own garage
The Houston Police Department is searching for a 20-year-old man accused of terrorizing an elderly woman in a brazen robbery outside of her home last month.
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Amber alert issued after two US siblings, 9 and 16, go missing in Mexico
"Because of the circumstances of their disappearance, age and the time passed, the missing minors could find themselves in imminent danger," the Amber Alert said.
We found tickets for all SF Giants 2023 home games. Some are only $6.
Here's how to see the Giants for not so giant prices this season.
Broadway shows are becoming embarrassingly cheap-looking
Welcome to Broadway! Please enjoy the bare minimum!
Israel repeals 2005 act on West Bank settlement pullout
Israeli lawmakers have repealed a 2005 act that saw four Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank dismantled when it withdrew from the Gaza Strip.
Most Americans seek brands that share their environmental goals: poll
The survey also found that more people think large corporations have a greater responsibility to society — above individuals and the government.
In Lebanon, protestors rally as currency value hits new low
Protestors in Lebanon closed down major roads in some areas of the country after its currency, the pound, dropped to 1/140,000 of the U.S. dollar's value.
Packers CEO Mark Murphy 'sworn to secrecy' over Aaron Rodgers, Jets situation
Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy "would love" to shed some light on the Aaron Rodgers, New York Jets situation but said Monday that he's "sworn to secrecy."
OPINIÓN: ¿La utopía o la superpotencia china?
El ascenso de China en el contexto internacional no significa el ocaso de Estados Unidos.
‘Love Is Blind’ Host Nick Lachey Ordered To Complete Anger Management and Alcoholics Anonymous Classes After Paparazzo Altercation
The television host was charged with assault and battery.
Video shows osprey tangled in fishing line, tethered to pole before being freed in San Diego
The San Diego Humane Society, with the help of a SDG&E crew, freed an osprey, which had been tethered by a fishing line to her nest.
Osprey caught in fishing line freed by humane society, returns to nest with partner
The San Diego Human Society untangled the bird and gave it a hydration injection before setting it free.
Recently retired JJ Watt blown away by Taylor Swift concert: ‘Unbelievable’
J.J. Watt, who recently retired after a 12-year NFL career, attended a Taylor Swift concert over the weekend and was blown away by her performance.
Why is France protesting over President Emmanuel Macron's move to raise retirement age?
The grim future of the pension system prompted French President Emmanuel Macron to make the proposed changed a key priority of his second term.
3 bodies found at Arizona home; police investigating as triple homicide
Police say they discovered three dead bodies Tuesday afternoon at a residence in south Phoenix, Arizona.Two of the bodies were reportedly found in the backyard.
Trump supporters gather at Mar-a-Lago
Protesters have gathered outside Mar-a-Lago ahead of a possible indictment of former President Trump. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the possible indictment.
Dwayne Johnson’s Alleged Ego Tanked ‘Black Adam’ and ‘Shazam’: Report
REUTERS/Mike SegarSuddenly, Dwayne Johnson’s defensive Black Adam box office comments are starting to make sense. In a report published Tuesday, TheWrap quotes two “high-level Hollywood insiders” who allege that Johnson’s ego-driven antics “systematically crippled two franchises”—Shazam and his own DC Universe debut, Black Adam.As TheWrap notes, there are plenty of issues within DC’s film division (which includes both the Black Adam and Shazam franchises) that have nothing to do with the man we sometimes call The Rock. At the same time, it wouldn’t help that, as two sources told The Wrap, Johnson worked to distance his character, Black Adam, from his main canonical link to the universe (Zachary Levi’s Shazam) and chose instead to pitch a face-off between himself and Henry Cavill’s Superman. Johnson also allegedly axed a Shazam-themed post-credits scene at the end of Black Adam.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Secret Service has met with NY police on security plans in the event Trump is charged
With an obligation to protect Donald Trump for the rest of his life, the Secret Service is thrust into potentially uncharted territory.
White House's Karine Jean-Pierre laughs when asked if it's 'appropriate' for indicted person to run for office
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre laughed at a reporter's question about whether it's "appropriate" for former President Trump to run for office if he is indicted.
Black parent ‘insulted’ by district's proposal to lower admission standards of selective prep school
Sylvia Nelson, a mother of two, told a local news outlet she does not believe standards need to be lowered for African Americans to get into a selective prep school.
Man who was on life support after violent confrontation with Montclair police has died
Antonio Ibanez died 10 days after Montclair police officers used force to detain him. A family attorney is urging police to release body-camera footage of the incident.
New York Knicks legend Willis Reed dies at age 80
Hall of Fame basketball player Willis Reed has died at the age of 80, the National Basketball Retired Players Association confirmed Tuesday. He played 10 seasons for the New York Knicks, and he was best known for inspiring his teammates and fans by playing through a severe thigh injury in Game 7 of the 1970 Finals. Lilia Luciano and Lana Zak have more.
Council Speaker Adrienne Adams rips NYPD over budget-busting OT costs
Council Speaker Adrienne Adams ripped the police department's overtime costs as out of control  and at a level that no other city government agency could get away with.
Biden establishes national monuments and marine sanctuary out West
President Joe Biden has established national monuments in Nevada and Texas.
Alvin Bragg, Stormy Daniels, Michael Cohen: Meet the key players in Manhattan DA's Trump case
As pressure mounts in Manhattan's hush-money investigation of former President Donald Trump, here's what we know about the key players in the probe.
Greta Thunberg to receive honorary doctorate from Finnish university
The University of Finland's Theory Faculty will award Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg with an honorary doctorate in late Spring.
Houston father charged with murder of 2-year-old daughter following chase, standoff
A 25-year-old Houston man who led police on a high-speed chase before a standoff was charged with murder after the death of his 2-year-old daughter.
1 chart: Fed's smaller interest rate hikes may be good news for housing market
February housing numbers suggest the U.S. housing market could be turning back up after falling sales throughout 2022.
Almost half of cat and dog owners want tattoos of their pets: poll
Another 16% of those polled already have a pet-themed tattoo on their body.
Luxury goods titan LVMH makes moves along NYC’s Billionaires’ Row
French conglomerate LVMH is relocating its US headquarters to 550 Madison Ave., as well as shuffling its Louis Vuitton store to Trump's 6 E. 57th St.
How long does weed stay in your system? What smokers, new and old, need to know.
Weed will stay in your system, with noticeable effects, for several hours. Some drug tests can detect it for longer.
Border Patrol agents encountered 1 million encounters of illegal migrants so far in FY 23
Border Patrol agents at the southern border have encountered more than 1 million illegal immigrants at the southern border this fiscal year, the latest crisis milestone.
Delilah Hamlin celebrates single release with mom Lisa Rinna, family
The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" alum raved about how "proud" she is of her daughter for releasing her first single, "Nothing Lasts Forever."
Mark Zuckerberg, Meta turned blind eye to sex trafficking evidence, suit says
Mark Zuckerberg and other Meta Platforms executives failed to do enough to stop sex trafficking and child sexual exploitation on Facebook and Instagram, a suit claims.
Grand jury indictments, explained
While the country anticipates the first-ever indictment of a former president -- assuming Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg charges Donald Trump with a crime -- it's worth looking at how grand juries and indictments work.
Drought Map Shows Worst Areas in U.S.
California has mostly recovered from its drought but several other states are plagued with similar conditions.
Florence Pugh had ‘no problem’ taking directions from her ex Zach Braff
"We were actually together at the time when we made the movie," she told Page Six, "and aside from that we had mad respect for each other."
Hedge fund boss Jeff Gundlach shreds Credit Suisse creditors: ‘Put on your big boy pants’
Gundlach said disgruntled Credit Suisse bondholders should 'look in the mirror.'
Donald Trump Would Be the First President Ever Criminally Charged. Others Have Come Close Though
Trump could be set to make history once again—this time as the first former U.S. president ever to be criminally indicted. But Nixon and Clinton came close.
Ex-Packers exec: Jets will cave in Aaron Rodgers leverage battle
A former Packers executive believes the Jets will yield to Green Bay in an eventual Aaron Rodgers trade.
Willis Reed loved everything about being Knicks’ forever Captain
He wasn’t just the best player on that 1970 team, he was their most important one, the captain, a job he assumed when the Knicks were still terrible in 1966.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Marie Antoinette’ On PBS, Where The Future Queen Of France Finds Her Royal Footing
Emilia Schüle stars as the last Queen of France in a new series about Antoinette's early years at Versailles.
‘World’s hottest grandma’ ditches ‘smutty’ OnlyFans, joins new Playboy site
“Let’s bring back glamour and move away from smutty content," Gina Stewart declared.
Alejandra Oraa, una periodista y embajadora de buena voluntad
Alejandra Oraa, de origen venezolano, se convirtió en la periodista más joven de la cadena CNN en inglés y español.