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Drowning Boy, 8, Pulled from JCC Pool: Authorities

Drowning Boy, 8, Pulled from JCC Pool: Authorities

Lifeguards pulled an eight-year-old boy out of a swimming pool at a Jewish Community Center in New Jersey Thursday afternoon when he began to experience a medical problem, authorities said.

3 hours ago

Corpse Flower Blooms; Hold Your Nose

Corpse Flower Blooms; Hold Your Nose

The much anticipated blooming of Amorphophallus titanum, also known as the corpse flower, began Thursday afternoon at the New York Botanical Garden.

2 hours ago

Dead Person Found Under Bed in NYC Home

Dead Person Found Under Bed in NYC Home

A person was found dead underneath a bed in a Bronx bedroom Thursday, authorities say.

2 hours ago

Russian Intelligence Hacked DNC Emails: Top U.S. Officials

Russian Intelligence Hacked DNC Emails: Top U.S. Officials

Senior U.S. national security officials tell NBC News they are confident that Russian intelligence agencies hacked the Democratic National Committee. The open question, they say, is whether those same...

4 hours ago

4 Hours to Renew a License? Computer Issues Plague NJ MVC

4 Hours to Renew a License? Computer Issues Plague NJ MVC

The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission's offices were unable to process drivers license transactions because of computer problems for part of the day Thursday, spurring long lines and high tensions.

4 hours ago

Central Park Hits 95 to End Heat Stretch; Storms Loom

Central Park Hits 95 to End Heat Stretch; Storms Loom

The oppressive heat that has settled over the tri-state for more than a week should be on its way out this weekend, but Storm Team 4 says it'll be replaced with a weekend washout that could bring several inches...

2 hours ago

Millennials Cause Home Ownership to Drop

Millennials Cause Home Ownership to Drop

The nation’s home ownership rate fell to its all-time low, and could drop further in the months to come, NBC News reported. The rate fell to 62.9 percent, the same as it was in 1965, when the U.S.

Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016 at 06:22 AM EDT

Japanese Buddhist Priest Goes for Gold in Rio

Japanese Buddhist Priest Goes for Gold in Rio

When he's not chanting and living the austere life of a Buddhist priest, Kazuki Yazawa contemplates Olympic gold. The 27-year-old Yazawa will represent Japan in canoe slalom at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics where...

3 hours ago

Trans Activist Sarah McBride to Make History at DNC

Trans Activist Sarah McBride to Make History at DNC

Sarah McBride will make history Thursday night when she takes center stage in Philadelphia as the first openly transgender person to address a major party convention, NBC News reported.

11 minutes ago

Man Convicted in Chandra Levy's Death Won't be Retried

Man Convicted in Chandra Levy's Death Won't be Retried

The man previously convicted of killing D.C. intern Chandra Levy in a case that shocked the nation is expected to be released. Ingmar Guandique was convicted in 2010 in Levy's death but later was granted a new...

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