NYPD Shoot Man Carrying Meat Cleaver


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WATCH: NYPD Shoot Man Carrying Meat Cleaver
The suspect, Akram Joudeh, was upset about a boot on his car.

Tropical Storm Julia Keeping Strength off Coast of Carolinas
Tropical Storm Julia is maintaining its strength off the coast of the Carolinas but is expected to gradually start weakening

10 Things to Know for Today
10 Things to Know for Today

Cal-Berkeley Suspends Course Amid Jewish Groups’ Complaints
The University of California at Berkeley has suspended a course amid accusations that it shared anti-Semitic viewpoints and was designed to indoctrinate students against Israel

Hearing Set for Mississippi Man Charged With Killing 2 Nuns
A man charged with killing two nuns in Mississippi is scheduled for a court hearing

Deputy: Woman Hid Pot in Girl’s Lunchbox During Traffic Stop
A 33-year-old South Florida woman faces multiple charges after a sheriff’s deputy found marijuana in her young niece’s lunchbox during a traffic stop

Trial Set in Teen’s Prep School Dismissal for Having Sex
A November trial date has been set in a lawsuit filed by the parents of a teen who was kicked out of an elite New Hampshire prep school after having sex with another student

Philadelphia Official Admits Theft in $400k Auto Shop Fraud
A former city fleet supervisor in Philadelphia has admitted to theft and conspiracy charges in a scheme that prosecutors say steered work to an auto body shop that overcharged the city more than $400,000

Pipeline Protest Site a City Unto Itself With School, Meals
The encampment near the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s reservation has become one of North Dakota’s newest and biggest communities

Fugitive Refuses Extradition to North Carolina, Ordered Held
A fugitive from justice wanted in connection with the slaying of a police officer in North Carolina was ordered held in Rhode Island after refusing to waive extradition back to the state

Uncle of Woman Found Dead Says Niece Died for a Reason
The uncle of one of three women found dead in Ohio says he believes his niece died for a reason

Rodney King’s Daughter Stands Side-by-Side With LAPD
Rodney King’s daughter was just 7 when her father was beaten bloody by officers with the Los Angeles Police Department

The Latest: Tropical Storm Karl Forms in Eastern Atlantic
Tropical Storm Karl has formed in the far eastern Atlantic but currently poses no threat to land

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Today in History

Investigation Ongoing Into Fatal Police Shooting of Boy, 13
The fatal police shooting of a 13-year-old Columbus boy who officers said pulled a BB gun from his waistband that looked like a real weapon will be investigated thoroughly to determine if charges are warranted

Police: Man With Meat Cleaver Shot by Officers After Attack
Authorities say a man who was shot by New York City police after he struck an off-duty detective with a meat cleaver was initially stopped because he was trying to remove a boot from a vehicle that he was apparently living in

NYPD’s Champion of “Broken Windows” Policing Retires
William Bratton is at the end of an unparalleled law enforcement career that saw him run police departments in Boston, Los Angeles and New York and advocate crime fighting strategies that were copied nationwide

USC Football Player Charged With Rape in Utah
Prosecutors filed one rape and two sodomy charges against the player.

Driver Accused of Killing Homeless Man in Tent Charged
A man accused of driving off a Seattle freeway ramp and killing a teen who was sleeping inside a tent has been charged with vehicular homicide and hit-and-run

One for the Books: Novelist Runs Into Fiery Home for Laptop
Avoiding a nasty real-life plot twist, a writer dashed past firefighters into a burning New Orleans house to rescue two completed novels stored on his laptop

Soldier Accused of Killing Transgender Woman in West Texas
A soldier is accused of killing a transgender woman in West Texas, and the FBI is investigating whether the slaying was a hate crime

Details About 13-Year-Old Black Boy Shot by Police Emerge
As Ohio authorities investigate the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old black boy by a white police officer after a report of an armed robbery, details are emerging about the boy

10 Things to Know for Friday
Among 10 Things to Know: Clinton back on campaign rail; Trump releases economic plan details amid skepticism; Ohio police kill black boy with BB gun

Rodney King’s Daughter Stands Side-by-Side With LAPD
Rodney King’s daughter was just 7 when her father was beaten bloody by officers with the Los Angeles Police Department

Navy: Pilot Error Primary Cause of Fatal Blue Angels Crash
The Navy says pilot error was the primary cause of a crash that claimed the life of a Blue Angels flier in Tennessee

Alleged UNC Rape Victim Says Brock Turner Case Inspired Her to Come Forward
Delaney Robinson says she was raped by another student on Valentine’s Day 2016.

WATCH: Puppy Rescued After Found With Arrow Lodged in Neck
A county animal service department in North Carolina was shocked and heartbroken when staff members responded to a call Wednesday and found a stray puppy with an arrow lodged through her neck.

Berkeley Law School Ex-Dean Sues Over Sex Harassment Probe
The former dean of the University of California, Berkeley law school has filed a lawsuit accusing school officials of singling him out because of his race for a second investigation of sexual harassment allegations

Pipeline Protesters Say Company’s Suit Should Be Dismissed
Lawyers representing protesters in North Dakota who are being sued by the company developing a four-state oil pipeline say the case should be thrown out of federal court

Prosecutor Explains Sentence for Iowa Child Sex Assault
A prosecutor in the case of an Iowa teen who was given a suspended 10-year prison sentence for molesting a 1-year-old girl says the teen was duped into the act by child pornographers posing online as a teenage girl

New York Police Shoot Man Carrying Meat Cleaver: Source
Two officers were taken to the hospital with injuries

Filing: ITT Technical Institute to Cease Operations Friday
The for-profit college ITT Technical Institute said in a federal filing that it will cease operations on Friday

Police: Man With Meat Cleaver Attacks Officer, Gets Shot
Police say a man with a meat cleaver has attacked an officer in New York City and has been shot at least twice during a struggle with officers trying to subdue him

Deal With Opponents of Arizona Immigration Law Ends Lawsuit
A coalition of civil rights groups has agreed to end its challenge of Arizona’s 2010 immigration law in a deal in which the state issued guidelines on how police are to enforce the statute’s most contentious section

Former Airman Gets Probation in Toddler’s Death
A former airman at Dover Air Force Base has been sentenced to 18 months’ probation in the death of a 21-month-old boy who was left in his care while his mother was deployed overseas

Exiled Cleric Condemns Turkish Crackdown on His Supporters
A Pennsylvania-based Islamic cleric Turkey accuses of masterminding July’s abortive coup is again condemning a Turkish government crackdown on his supporters and denying any involvement

WATCH: GMA 09/15/16: Police Catch Alleged Serial Killer After Woman’s 911 Call
Closer Look at the Health of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump; Samsung’s Battery Problems May Include Other Models

WATCH: California Teacher Lowers Students’ Grades for Not Standing During the Pledge of Allegiance
A Native American high school student in California says she was recently upset when a teacher lowered her and a friend’s grades after they refused to stand up for the Pledge of Allegiance.

WATCH: ‘Command and Control’ Author, Director Discuss US Nuclear Oversights
ABC News’ David Kerley interviews “Command and Control” author and director Eric Schlosser.

WATCH: ‘Patience’ Needed During Investigation Into Teen’s Fatal Shooting by Cop, Says Columbus Mayor
As authorities investigate an officer’s shooting of a 13-year-old boy who fled the scene of an alleged armed robbery in Columbus, Ohio, the city’s mayor called the death “troubling” and asked for “patience,” saying an investigation “takes time.”

WATCH: Tennessee Church Group Turns Over 10,000 Plastic Bags Into Sleeping Mats for the Homeless
A small group of mostly elderly women in Tennessee have transformed more than 10,000 discarded plastic bags into sleeping mats for homeless populations in the South.

Myanmar Leader Has Questions for US High School Students
The former political prisoner who is now the de facto leader of Myanmar used her visit to a Washington high school to solicit ideas about how to improve education in her country

AP Interview: Duke CEO Says Utility Avoiding LGBT Law Fight
Duke Energy Corp. CEO Lynn Good says the utility is staying out of the hot-button fight over North Carolina’s law limiting protections to LGBT people because its business is regulated by state officials

Dallas Chief Leaving Earlier for Unspecified ‘Opportunities’
Dallas police Chief David Brown says he’s moving up his retirement date to take advantage of some “time sensitive opportunities.” Brown did not elaborate in a statement Thursday that says he’s retiring Oct. 4, three weeks earlier than he previously said

3 Connecticut Troopers Sued Over Arrest of Protester
A civil liberties group is suing three Connecticut state troopers on allegations they illegally retaliated against a protester at a sobriety checkpoint by arresting him on bogus criminal charges

Congressmen Call for Release of Egyptian Prisoner
Two Virginia congressmen want Egypt to release a prisoner whose arrest two years ago has drawn condemnation from human rights groups

Oklahoma Man to Return to California to Face Murder Charges
An Oklahoma man accused in California of the 1973 shotgun slayings of two girls has agreed to waive extradition and return to California to face murder charges

University Teacher Lockout Ends; Contract Talks Continue
A 12-day lockout of hundreds of professors at a New York City university has ended, and contract talks will continue

Man Charged with Murder, Kidnapping After Nervous 911 Call from Captive
The investigation is ongoing.

Court Upholds Sentence Given to Rabbi in Voyeurism Case
An appeals court has upheld an approximately 6 ½-year sentence given to a once-prominent Orthodox rabbi who pleaded guilty to secretly videotaping nude women at a Jewish ritual bath in Washington

FSU Professor’s Ex-Boyfriend Claims Brother Talked About Killing Ex-Husband
Dan Markel was killed on the morning of July 18, 2014, at his home.

WATCH: Police Help Girl Battling Leukemia After Comfort Bag Stolen
After a 7-year-old battling childhood leukemia’s overnight bag was stolen out of their car, the police in Lakewood, Colorado, rallied to help her.

WATCH: Florida Mosque Fire Suspect Appears in Court, Is Denied Bail
A Florida man arrested for allegedly setting fire to a mosque attended by the Orlando nightclub shooter was denied bail during a court appearance made during via video conference from the St. Lucie County Jail where the suspect is being held.

WATCH: Sandra Bland’s Family Reaches $1.9M Settlement
Attorneys for the Sandra Bland family say a settlement has been reached in their civil suit.

The Latest: County Attorney Says Settlement Not yet Final
The attorney for the Texas county where a black Chicago-area woman died in a jail cell last summer says a potential lawsuit settlement has been reached with her family but isn’t final

Former Newtown Teacher’s Gun Case Postponed
A court hearing for a former Newtown, Connecticut, teacher accused of carrying a loaded pistol in school has been postponed until next week

Lawyer: $1.9 Million Settlement in Sandra Bland Lawsuit
A lawyer for the family of Sandra Bland, a black woman who died in a Texas jail after a contentious traffic stop last summer, says a $1.9 million settlement has been reached in her family’s wrongful death lawsuit

Execution Dates Set for 2 Alabama Inmates
The Alabama Supreme Court has set execution dates for two state inmates

Memorial Service Set for Girl, 6, Who Was Stabbed to Death
Weekend memorial service planned for 6-year-old girl who was fatally stabbed on Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina

Truckers Warn Speed Caps Will Cause Crashes, Jam Highways
Truckers are warning that a government plan to electronically limit the speed of tractor-trailers will lead to highway traffic jams and possibly an increase in deadly run-ins with cars

Girl Reported Missing in Wilmington Found, Man Arrested
A 6-year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert in North Carolina has been found, and a registered sex offender has been charged with kidnapping

The Latest: Chief: It’s Too Soon to Draw Tamir Rice Parallel
Police in Ohio are investigating another case in which a white policeman fatally shot a black boy who had a pellet gun, but Columbus’ police chief says it’s too soon to draw comparisons to the Cleveland death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice

Connecticut to Appeal Landmark Education Ruling
Connecticut’s attorney general will appeal a landmark court ruling that declared the state’s education funding system unconstitutional and called for reforms

Teen’s Fatal Shooting by Cop Is ‘Troubling,’ Says Columbus Mayor
Police recovered a BB gun gun from the scene of the shooting.

WATCH: 911 Call: Woman Kidnapped By Man Suspected in 3 Deaths Pleads For Help
The woman called police while being held captive in the same room as the suspected killer.

WATCH: Police Responding to Alleged Armed Robbery in Columbus Shoot, Kill 13-Yr-Old
Police are investigating an officer’s shooting of a 13-year-old boy who fled the scene of an alleged armed robbery Wednesday night, reports WSYX, a local ABC affiliate.

WATCH: Million-Dollar Jewelry Heist Caught on Camera
A million-dollar jewelry heist inside one of a Houston, Texas, upscale store was caught on camera.

WATCH: History at the Library: First Woman, African-American Sworn In as Librarian of Congress
As the first woman and first African-American to become the Librarian of Congress — an institution with a lifespan almost as long as the nation itself — Dr. Carla Hayden made it clear in her acceptance speech that she fully grasped the magnitude of the

WATCH: Power Outage at Rutgers Forces 3,000 Students to Sleep on Cots in Common Areas
A widespread power outage at two of Rutgers University’s New Jersey campuses has left 90 buildings in the dark, forced 3,000 students out of 39 residence halls, and prompted the cancellation of all evening classes, officials said Wednesday.

Mother of Twin 2-Year-Old Boys Killed in May Fire Charged
Authorities have charged the mother of twin 2-year-old boys who were killed in a fire earlier this year at their western New York home

Boston Police Consider Program for Prostitution Customers
Boston police are considering sending men who seek sex for a fee to a special program where they can learn about the impact of sex trafficking

State: Ex-Police Chief Killed Fiancee to Collect Insurance
Prosecutors say a former South Dakota police chief killed his fiancee to collect more than $900,000 in insurance money

Plumber Charged in 1993 Slaying of a Witness Is Denied Bail
A Massachusetts plumber charged along with former New England Mafia boss Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme (sah-LEHM’-ee) in the 1993 slaying of a Boston nightclub owner has been denied bail

After ‘Bridgegate,’ Gov. Chris Christie’s Fortunes Changed
How Gov. Chris Christie’s fortunes changed after the George Washington Bridge scandal

The Latest: Bond Denied for Man Accused of Torching Mosque
The man accused of setting fire to a Florida mosque will not be released on bond

Ex-Workers Plead Guilty in Day Care Fights
Two fired day care workers accused of instigating scuffles among the children as part of what New Jersey prosecutors called a “Fight Club” have pleaded guilty to child abuse charges

Walker Says Nothing Illegal About Campaign Donations
Gov. Scott Walker says there was nothing illegal about campaign donations from corporate leaders given to a conservative group that helped him and Republican legislators fend off recall challenges

Watch: Jewelry Theft Caught on Camera
The heist took just 40 seconds, according to station KTRK.

Judge to Rule in Exorcism Deaths Case Where Mom Killed 2
A judge is expected to rule in the case of a Maryland woman who pleaded guilty to killing two of her children and injuring their two siblings during what she believed was an exorcism in 2014

Boy, 13, Fatally Shot by Police After Pulling out BB Gun
Police in Ohio responding to a report of an armed robbery shot and killed a 13-year-old boy who they say pulled a gun from his waistband that was later determined to be a BB gun

Julia Weakens to Tropical Depression off US East Coast
Julia has weakened to a tropical depression off the coast of Georgia and South Carolina, where it’s expected to meander for the next few days, dumping rain, but not posing major threats

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Quotations in the News

10 Things to Know for Today
10 Things to Know for Today

Samsung Responds to Questions Over Battery Problems in More Devices
Reports of overheating and fires have popped up across the country.

Woman Pleads for Help in Chilling 911 Call
Police are investigating three deaths linked to the suspect.

Jury Selected in Civil Trial of Fatal 2013 Building Collapse
Opening statements are scheduled to begin next week in a trial to determine who should pay the victims of a deadly 2013 building collapse in Philadelphia

Flight Diverted to Denver Due to ‘Potential Security Concern’
The United Airlines Boeing 737 departed from Newark, New Jersey.

1973 Killings of 2 California Girls Won’t Lead to Executions
Two men charged with murder in the 1973 shotgun slayings of two young girls can’t face the death penalty because it wasn’t an option when the girls were sexually assaulted and killed, a California prosecutor said

Jesus and Beer: Religious Groups Combine Faith, Cold Brews
Some religious groups are meeting in bars as a way to recruit new members, reach out to people struggling with their faith and provide a different outlet to talk about God

Boy, 13, Fatally Shot by Police After Pulling out BB Gun
Police in Ohio responding to a report of an armed robbery shot and killed a 13-year-old boy who they say pulled a gun from his waistband that was later determined to be a BB gun

Officer Shot at Casino Garage to Be Released From Hospital
Police say an officer is being released from the hospital nearly two weeks after he was shot and wounded responding to a robbery in progress at an Atlantic City casino garage

Suspect in Mosque Fire Had Made Anti-Islamic Facebook Posts
The man accused of setting fire to a Florida mosque posted anti-Islamic statements on Facebook

13-Yr-Old Shot and Killed by Police in Cleveland
Police recovered a BB gun gun from the scene of the shooting.

2 Long Island Teens Found Dead in Possible Gang Attack
Police on New York’s Long Island are investigating the deaths of two teenagers in a possible gang-related attack

Union Says Agreement Ends Lockout at NYC University
A union says a 12-day lockout of hundreds of professors at a New York university has ended

The Latest: Fugitive Charged in Officer’s Slaying Arraigned
A wounded fugitive wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer in North Carolina has been arraigned after being captured in Rhode Island

Today in History
Today in History

Fifth Defendant Admits Role in College Students’ Kidnapping
The fifth of nine people charged in the abduction and assault of two University of Rochester students has pleaded guilty in exchange for a 35-year prison sentence

Court Rules Ohio Man Can Face 5th Trial for 2002 Slaying
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled a man can be tried a fifth time in the slaying of a woman found dead in her Youngstown-area apartment in 2002

Report: US Government Inaction Is Hampering Economic Growth
Harvard report finds US government inaction is hampering economic growth

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