Man allegedly stabs woman to death in NYC liquor store, threatens to jump off roof

A 64-year-old woman was fatally stabbed inside a Manhattan liquor store Wednesday night by a man who later threatened to jump from a nearby rooftop, law enforcement sources said. The woman’s attacker stabbed her multiple times in the chest inside the store on 3rd Avenue near East 25th Street in Kips Bay at about 10:20...
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Joe Biden clinches Democratic nomination
This is based on estimates from additional reported votes that have continued to come in from previous primaries held on Tuesday.
Drew Brees responds to President Trump: Protests 'not an issue about the American flag'
Saints QB Drew Brees offered a rebuttal to President Donald Trump, saying he stands by his apology need to shift protest rhetoric away from flag.
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Joe Biden has formally clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Friday. “It was an honor to compete alongside one of the most talented groups of candidates the Democratic party has ever fielded,” Biden said in a statement Friday night. “And I am proud to say that we are going into this general election a united party.”...
Joe Biden passes delegate threshold to clinch Democratic presidential nomination
In early April, Biden became the presumptive nominee after Sen. Bernie Sanders suspended his presidential campaign.
L.A. Galaxy part ways with player whose wife made offensive Instagram posts
The Los Angeles Galaxy "mutually agreed to part ways" with midfielder Aleksandar Katai on Friday after the MLS club learned that Katai's wife shared "racist and violent" social media posts.
Tom Cotton hysteria shows cowardice from The New York Times
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Facebook Will Review Policies On Posts About State Violence, Voting
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Breonna Taylor remembered by NYC mourners on what would be her 27th birthday
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Buffalo police officers quit unit to protest colleagues' suspension - officials
All 57 members of a police tactical unit in Buffalo have resigned from that team to protest the suspension of two colleagues who were filmed shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground, officials of the northern New York city said on Friday.
Jamie Dimon drops into Mt. Kisco Chase branch, takes a knee with staff
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Jets’ Jamal Adams joins protesters in George Floyd march
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Family of 6 found dead in Texas garage after police feared house was rigged to explode
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Biden clinches Democratic presidential nomination with latest delegate haul
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Demonstrators hold vigils for Breonna Taylor's on what would be her 27th birthday
Demonstrators held vigils for Breonna Taylor on what would have been her 27th birthday. She was fatally shot in March by police.        
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Cardinal Zen, outspoken critic of Chinese Communist Party, condemns Vatican’s silence on Hong Kong security law
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These Bollywood stars support Black Lives Matter — and skin-lightening creams
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NYPD suspends two cops over misconduct caught on camera during protests
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China to Demolish Muslim Cemetery in Heart of Uyghur Capital
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Boris Johnson’s excellent answer to Beijing’s move on Hong Kong’s freedom
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Guantanamo Judge Rules Tortured Prisoner Could Get Reduced Sentence
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Abby Lee Miller's new Lifetime show has 'no plans to air' following racism accusations, network says
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