|Violent crime surges as arrests drop in Baltimore post-riots|
|In the aftermath of riots that made global headlines last month, the city of Baltimore has seen a serious violent spike in crime.|
|School apologizes for banning Jesus|
|Mackenzie Fraiser is 12-years-old. She’s a sixth grader at Somerset Academy in North Las Vegas, Nevada. Mackenzie is also a Christian.|
|Senate blocks House bill on NSA surveillance, 2-month extension|
|The Republican-led Senate blocked a House bill early Saturday that would have ended the National Security Agency’s bulk of collection on domestic phone records.|
|'19 Kids and Counting' yanked from TLC's schedule|
|"19 Kid sand Counting" has been dropped from TLC's schedule in the wake of outrage over reality star Josh Duggar's admission that he inappropriately touched some of his sisters as a teenager, according to multiple reports.|
|'Kerrie on': Omaha rallies around fallen police officer's newborn|
|Omaha lost a dedicated police officer and community leader, but Olivia Ruth lost even more - the mother she will never know.|
|The $30 hot dog: New York street vendor caught ripping off tourists|
|After a great day of sight-seeing, what better way to stave off hunger than with a classic city snack—the hot dog.|
|'Bachelorette' Kaitlyn Bristowe: 'Not ashamed' of having sex on the show|
|As things heat up on The Bachelorette, Kaitlyn Bristowe is being put in the hot seat!On Tuesday night's episode, viewers were shocked when an extended promo for this season revealed that the newly crowned Bachelorette slept with one of her suitors weeks before the "fantasy suite" stage of the dating competition.In light of this scandalous revelation, Bristowe sat with ET's Nancy O'Dell on Wednesday to reveal why she's "not ashamed" of what was caught on the Bachelorette cameras."I|
|Josh Duggar resigns from Family Research Council after sexual abuse allegations|
|Josh Duggar resigned his position at the Family Research Council Thursday after reports surfaced that he allegedly sexually assaulted four female siblings in the large family, plus an additional female victim.|
|Taylor Swift got clothes for 'Bad Blood' from LA sex shop|
|The Los Angeles speciality erotic boutique that lent Taylor Swift her sexy latex music-video outfits may be able to capitalize on the recent star power.|
|$30 hot dog man near World Trade Center gets fired|
|Stick a fork in him — the food vendor who charged tourists $30 for a hot dog was canned for the sausage scam, his boss revealed Thursday.|
|Court Affidavit: Suspect in DC quadruple murder did not act alone|
|Authorities revealed Friday that more than one person must have been responsible for the slayings of four people inside a Washington family's mansion last week.|
A fugitive task force arrested Daron Dylon Wint Thursday night, and took five people who were with him into custody.
|Nine preserved brains mysteriously turn up on upstate NY street|
|Authorities in upstate New York are trying to determine the source of nine brains that reportedly turned up along a village street.|
|Ex-NFL player, convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez running out of money, lawyer says|
|Former NFL player and convicted killer Aaron Hernandez is running out of money after hiring a platoon of lawyers for all his criminal cases, his attorney said.|
|Internal emails show Clinton got detailed intel on 'planned' Benghazi hit|
|Internal State Department emails in the aftermath of the Benghazi terror attack show then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received detailed information indicating the strike was planned by well-trained fighters, yet her office continued to push the narrative days later that it began "spontaneously."|
|Stars who lost their mojo|
|Father Time, lifestyle choices, and craft service buffets have turned some stars from really pretty to kinda gritty.|
|43 dead in hours-long firefight on Mexican ranch|
|At least 43 people died Friday in what authorities described as a fierce, three-hour gunbattle between federal forces and suspected drug gang gunmen on a ranch in western Mexico, the deadliest such confrontation in recent memory.|
|Differing responses to violence in Waco and Baltimore bothering some civil rights critics|
|The prevailing images of protests in Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri, over police killings of black men were of police in riot gear, handcuffed protesters, tear gas and mass arrests.|
|Model Nicole Trunfio poses breastfeeding her son on Elle cover|
|Nicole Trunfio has been photographed breastfeeding her four-month-old son, Zion, for a magazine cover.|
|Ga. high school graduate reunites with soldier who saved her life in Iraq|
|A Georgia high school student had an emotional reunion Thursday with a U.S. veteran who helped her family flee from Iraq when she was just a month old.|
|Looks like these stars forgot something|
|Thigh-high slits, sheer panels... many celebrities are not shy at all.|
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