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Video posted online and receiving thousands of shares on social media appears to show the aftermath of an alleged incident involving an American Airlines flight attendant and passengers.
American Airlines spokesperson Leslie Scott said the flight attendant has been released temporarily while the company investigates the incident.
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Police dashcam video showing the arrest of a former Miami-Dade teacher suspected of driving drunk with her child in the backseat last month was exclusively obtained by NBC Miami Friday.
In the video, which is nearly two and a half hours long, Saryna Parker, a former 8th grade science teacher at South Dade Middle School, appears to be stumbling during a field sobriety test and slurring her words as she speaks, telling a Florida Highway Patrol trooper she wanted to kiss him.
AA lawyer for Ursula Ward, the mother of the man Aaron Hernandez was convicted of murdering, is asking the New England Patriots to voluntarily give Ward whatever money the ex-NFL star might still be owed.
Ward's attorney, Douglas Sheff, said at a news conference Friday that a court has already ruled Hernandez legally responsible for the death of Odin Lloyd in a wrongful-death lawsuit.
North Carolina elections officials found that about 500 ineligible voters cast ballots in the 2016 general election — but not enough to change the outcome of any race, according to an audit released Friday.
The State Board of Elections report said the 508 cases — the vast majority active felons — represented a small fraction of the 4.8 million ballots cast. The report didn't include any evidence of coordinated fraud, and many of the voters claimed to be confused about their eligibility.
Mexico has surpassed 2,000 homicides in a month for the first time since the summer of 2011 and had more killings in the first quarter of 2017 than in the start of any year in at least two decades, according to data released Friday.
Unlike 2011, when bloody cartel clashes in Ciudad Juarez drove the national toll to new heights, the killings pushing the 2017 total have been spread across a number of states. Authorities attribute them to vicious turf battles resulting from breakdowns in the leadership of some cartels and the splintering of others into smaller gangs.
The southern state of Guerrero, where Acapulco is located, continues to be the homicide leader, with 550 during the first three months of the year.
More than 30,500 pounds of frozen Atkins Chicken with Cheese and Bean Burritos have been recalled due to mislabeling of allergens, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.
The product contains egg and soy, both known allergens, which are not declared on the product label, the USDA said.
The affected product is the 6 oz. packaged burritos labeled with a "Best By" date of Dec. 19, 2017. The packages bear establishment number “P-17644” inside the USDA mark of inspection.
Chances are you haven't heard the last of Bill O'Reilly. He'll have options, and retirement seems unlikely.
At least three conservative news outlets are eager to speak with him. O'Reilly, the top cable news personality for two decades until Fox News Channel fired him this week following harassment claims by women, would be a game-changer for any company trapped in Fox's shadow.
"He's an incredible, unparalleled, unchallenged talent and I would be very eager to discuss the possibility of him on Newsmax," said Chris Ruddy, CEO of the Florida-based media company. "I think he has been unfairly treated."
Frito-Lay is recalling certain varieties of potato chips over potential salmonella contamination in the seasoning.
A statement released by the company Friday says a seasoning blend which includes jalapeño powder could contain salmonella. The supplier of the powder recently recalled the product.
"Although no salmonella was found in the seasoning supplied to Frito-Lay, the company has decided to recall these products out of an abundance of caution," the company wrote in the statement.
The world's major economies are united in their belief that free trade delivers healthy economic growth. But they also agree that more needs to be done for those left behind, and the new Trump administration is letting it be known that it intends to make sure that America's trade deals are fair for U.S. workers.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told reporters Friday that if more isn't done "we will see more protectionism and countries retreating from globalization."
Schaeuble spoke with reporters Friday at the conclusion of two days of talks among finance ministers and central bank presidents from the Group of 20 major world economies. Germany is chairing the G-20 this year.
The G-20 discussions were being held in advance of the spring meetings of the 189-nation International Monetary Fund and its sister lending organization, the World Bank, which are scheduled to conclude Saturday. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen were representing the United States at the discussions.
United Airlines said CEO Oscar Munoz, who came under withering criticism for the airline's handling of a passenger-dragging incident, will not automatically add the title of chairman in 2018 as planned.
The company said Friday that Munoz proposed rewriting his employment contract to remove the expectation that he would become chairman at next year's annual meeting of parent United Continental Holdings Inc.
In a classroom in Dallas, Texas, a teacher tells her students that climate change is a natural phenomenon. Meanwhile her counterpart in Queens, New York, presents evidence to the contrary. Both are providing teenagers with a lens through which they'll interpret environmental policy as they reach voting age.
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An 18-year-old man living in Israel left scores of messages graphically describing children's deaths in calls to Jewish community centers and schools across the United States, using an online calling service to disguise his voice as a woman and hide his identity, according to a federal indictment filed Friday in Florida.
A month after his arrest in Israel, Michael Ron David Kadar was charged with 28 counts of making threatening calls and conveying false information to police, according to the indictment filed Friday in federal court in Orlando.
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Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized due to a persistent cough that was preventing him from getting proper rest, his spokesperson confirmed to NBC News.
Bush has been admitted as a precaution, spokesman Jim McGrath said Tuesday.
A massive power outage struck downtown San Francisco, leaving at least 88,000 PG&E customers without electricity, snarling traffic as intersection signals went dark and stopping the famed cable cars for a time.
All power was restored to customers by mid-afternoon, officials said.
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