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BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, Brooklyn (PIX11) — In a horrific targeted shooting that has stunned the city, two police officers sitting in their car in Brooklyn were shot and killed execution-style Saturday
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The hackers who hit Sony Pictures Entertainment days before Thanksgiving crippled the network, stole gigabytes of data and spilled into public view unreleased films and reams of private and | Ranchers across Texas have gotten creative with their land after drought conditions decimated cattle numbers in the nation’s leading production state. | Six years ago, there was a massive spill of coal ash sludge in Tennessee.
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The TV Choice Awards are great because it represents the voice of the people. There are some shows that manage to get critical acclaim, but the general public wants to have a voice that can be heard. Television lovers want shows that reflect their own lives. They like to root | TV personality and now-fashion model Kendall Jenner was the talk of the Billboard Awards recently. Not just for her sexy outfit, but also for her stunning hair and make-up.
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Anger at Mayor de Blasio boiled over Saturday night when cops turned their backs on him in protest. | Believing City Hall has betrayed them, cops demonstrated their anger Saturday by turning their backs on Mayor de Blasio as he entered a Brooklyn hospital to pay respects to two murdered officers. | A startling video shows a hallway at Woodhull Hospital filled with cops silently facing away from de Blasio as he walks a blue gauntlet.
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NFL Football Box Score: Final statistics from the San Diego vs. San Francisco game played on December 20, 2014
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Muhammad Ali is in a hospital battling pneumonia — but doctors expect him to make a full recovery.
72-year-old Ali was admitted to an undisclosed hospital early Saturday morning … according to a rep for the boxing legend. The rep says it’s a mild case of pneumonia which doctors caught early — so he’s not expected to have a very long hospital stay.
Earlier this month … TMZ Sports got pics of “The Greatest” hanging with Snoop Dogg at Nevada’s high school championship game. Snoop’s son and Ali’s grandson were teammates at Bishop Gorman high. ….
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A lone gunman sent shivers throughout New York City Saturday afternoon when he walked up to a cop car in Brooklyn and opened fire.
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#facepalm | Think about your Facebook for a minute. Between all the Facebook quizzes and countless photos of this past weekend’s weddings, there’s some pretty stupid stuff on there. That’s what happens when you “friend” everyone who ever stepped foot in your high school, your cousins three-times-removed, plus all your mom’s friends on Facebook. It gets stupid. | Luckily, we’ve got this whole screenshot thing on lockdown, so at least a little bit of good can come out of this.
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Police officers turned their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio as he walked into the police press conference about the two NYPD officers shot and killed execution-style in Brooklyn.
Read More: VIDEO: NYPD officers turn away from Mayor de Blasio as he enters police presser for murdered cops