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U.S. singer-songwriter Taylor Swift performs during her The Eras Tour concert at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, on Aug. 7, 2023. Social media users may have noticed Saturday that they cannot search Taylor Swift's name on X, days after nonconsensual sexually explicit deepfakes of the pop star went viral. The hashtag "Protect Taylor Swift" also began to trend on X. "Now stop searching taylor swift ai photos. "You can't search Taylor swift on Twitter anymore kinda happy and sad at the same time," another posted.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Taylor, Swift, Blackbird.AI, taylor, Tay Organizations: NBC News Locations: Inglewood , California
The Buffalo Bills' NFL team's Highmark Stadium is covered in snow after a recent storm in Orchard Park, New York, on Nov. 21, 2022. The Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers playoff game has been postponed until Monday afternoon due to winter weather, New York Gov. In consultation with our emergency response teams, @BuffaloBills leadership, and the NFL, the Bills game will be postponed to 4:30 pm Monday," she said in a post on X. The NFL and the Bills said in a statement that the postponement was in the "best interest of public safety." Western New York is expected to be hit with a winter storm beginning around 6 p.m. Saturday.
Persons: Kathy Hochul, I've, Roger Goodell, Hochul Organizations: Buffalo Bills, NFL, The Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Gov, Bills, Pittsburgh, Super Locations: Orchard Park , New York, Buffalo, York, Erie County
A person rides a carriage as snow falls in Central Park, New York City, U.S., on Jan. 6, 2024. Snow, sleet and rain struck from Virginia to Pennsylvania on Saturday as a weekend winter storm moved up the East Coast and promised to bring more of the same to New York City and Boston. By early Saturday evening, a trace of snow was measured in nearby Newark, New Jersey, the weather service said. A winter storm warning was in effect from New York City to New England. Boston was likely to see heavy snowfall late Saturday night, the weather service said, with accumulations of 6 to 8 inches possible.
Persons: Will Redman, Garrett Pingol, Snow, Kathy Holchul, we've, Ned Lamont, It's, We've Organizations: Weather Service, Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue, Public, The Virginia Department of Transportation, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, New York Gov, WCBS, New, York City's, Baltimore, Connecticut Gov Locations: Central Park , New York City, U.S, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York City, Boston, Fort Lauderdale , Florida, Virginia , Maryland, Baltimore, Washington, Loudoun County , Virginia, Maryland, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Newark , New Jersey, New England, York
Cities across the eastern U.S. are preparing for a major storm system that will damper weekend plans when it brings torrential rain, high winds and severe thunderstorms to the East Coast. On Sunday, torrential rain is expected for nearly the entire state of Florida. Severe thunderstorms that could bring isolated nocturnal tornadoes in parts of the state, including Tampa and Orlando, are also possible. Heavy rain and strong winds are expected on the Mid-Atlanta coast. The NWS warned, however, that conditions will begin to deteriorate late Sunday into Monday when the storm "brings drenching precipitation and gusty winds to southern New England."
Persons: Kathy Hochul Organizations: Weather Channel, Florida, & Light Company, National Weather Service, Brooklyn, NWS, The New York State Division of Homeland Security, Emergency Services, Boston Locations: U.S, East Coast, Gulf, Mexico, Florida, Tampa, Orlando, Atlanta, New York, Queens, Long, Connecticut, New London County, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, Westchester, Hudson, Capital, Boston, New England
Firefighters view the scene after an incident at the Rainbow Bridge U.S. border crossing with Canada, in Niagara Falls, New York, U.S. November 22, 2023 in a still image from video. REUTERS/Reuters TVThe FBI is investigating a vehicle explosion Wednesday at the border crossing between Canada and the United States after a vehicle crashed into the checkpoint structure at the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, four senior law enforcement officials briefed on the matter said. An initial search did not find a secondary explosive or device, the law enforcement officials said, noting this was preliminary information. A Customs and Border Protection officer also suffered minor injuries that did not require hospitalization, a senior law enforcement official said. All western New York bridge crossings into the U.S. were shut down following the incident, the Erie County executive said.
Organizations: Rainbow Bridge, REUTERS, Reuters, FBI, Customs, Border Protection, Erie County, Sheriff's, NBC Locations: Canada, Niagara Falls , New York, U.S, United States, Niagara Falls, New York, Erie, Buffalo
Disgraced musician R. Kelly and Universal Music Group must pay more than $500,000 in music royalties to his sexual abuse victims, a New York judge ruled. As part of his sentencing in the case, Kelly, Universal and Sony Music Entertainment were ordered to pay his half-million dollar debut. Universal Music Group is holding at least $567,444.19. Universal Music Group did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Friday. Kelly, 56, was found guilty in September 2021 on nine counts of sex trafficking and racketeering in a high-profile sex trafficking case.
Persons: Kelly, Ann Donnelly, Robert Sylvester Kelly, — Daniel Arkin, Adam Reiss Organizations: Universal Music Group, U.S, Eastern, of New, Universal, New, Sony Music Entertainment, Prosecutors, Sony, Universal Music, Attorney's, Hennepin County Attorney's Locations: Leighton, Chicago, New York, of New York, Brooklyn, U.S, York, Minnesota, Hennepin County
OceanGate said it is suspending all exploration and commercial operations weeks after its submersible imploded near the Titanic wreckage site killing all five people on board. "OceanGate has suspended all exploration and commercial operations," it read. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada launched a safety investigation into the incident. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada said its investigation will focus on finding "all causal and contributing factors" in the incident "without attributing blame or civil or criminal liability." The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate what happened and issue any safety recommendations to prevent a similar tragedy from happening in the future.
Persons: OceanGate, Hamish Harding, Paul Henry Nargeolet, Shahzada Dawood, Suleman, Azmeh Dawood, Brian Weed, Weed, Josh Gates, Tom Costello, Colin Taylor, Aaron Newman, , — Doha Madani, Daniel Arkin, Marlene Lenthang, Melissa Chan Organizations: OceanGate Expeditions, Stockton Rush, Transportation Safety Board of Canada, NBC News, Titan, Transportation Safety Board, Canada, Transportation Locations: Port, Everett, Everett , Washington, British, French, Canadian, OceanGate, — Doha
TEL AVIV — Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad have agreed to a cease-fire ending five days of fighting between the two sides, one U.S. official and one Israeli official told NBC News on Saturday. The fighting has killed 33 Palestinians inside Gaza, including at least 13 civilians. Over the past few days, Israel has conducted more airstrikes, killing other senior Islamic Jihad commanders and destroying their command centers and rocket-launching sites. The Israeli military alleged the targeted homes belonged to or were used by Islamic Jihad militants. Islamic Jihad has retaliated by firing over 1,200 rockets toward southern and central Israel, according to the military.
Lance Reddick attends the LA Premiere of Lionsgate's "Angel Has Fallen" at Regency Village Theatre on August 20, 2019 in Westwood, California. "The Wire" star Lance Reddick, 60, died Friday, his publicist said. Police were called to the actor's home in the Valley Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, around 9:30 a.m."Acclaimed actor Lance Reddick passed away suddenly this morning from natural causes," his publicist Mia Hansen said. The movie's stars were in the midst of a press tour for "John Wick: Chapter 4" ahead of its release in theaters on March 24. He is survived by his wife, Stephanie Reddick, and children Yvonne Nicole and Christopher Reddick.
The Gulf cartel apologized Thursday after two American citizens were killed during an armed abduction last week in Mexico. A senior law enforcement official told NBC News that U.S. authorities believe the letter is legitimate. Four Americans were shot at and kidnapped after driving into Matamoros, Mexico, just south of Brownsville, Texas, for a medical procedure. Video showed a gunman dragging people into a white pickup, a law enforcement source with knowledge of the matter previously said. A law enforcement official with knowledge of the matter said a woman in the group had been seeking a cosmetic medical procedure.
Governors gathered in the nation’s capital in recent days for the National Governors Association winter meeting. And while they were focused on their jobs at hand, questions about the 2024 presidential race were unavoidable. Asked on Saturday if she would like to see Biden run again, Michigan Gov. At a Democratic Governors Association press conference on Thursday, a group of 11 governors echoed support for Biden’s potential re-election campaign. Spencer Cox also joined “Meet” and weighed in on the presidential race, saying he would like to see his party nominate a governor.
The Memphis Police Department said it has permanently deactivated its Scorpion Unit following the death of Tyre Nichols. "In the process of listening intently to the family of Tyre Nichols, community leaders, and the uninvolved officers who have done quality work in their assignment, it is in the best interest of all to permanently deactivate the SCORPION Unit,” the department said in a statement Saturday. “The officers currently assigned to the unit agree unreservedly with this next step. All five of the officers were members of Scorpion, which stands for Street Crimes Operation to Restore Peace in Our Neighborhoods. They were fired by the police department and charged with Nichols' murder.
Three people were arrested in the death of an 11-year-old girl who was killed in a drive-by shooting as she walked home from a nearby corner store, Syracuse, New York, police said. Brexialee Torres-Ortiz had left her home on Jan. 16 to buy a carton of milk for her family. She was returning home when the suspects allegedly opened fire from a car, targeting a 19-year-old boy. The third suspect, an unidentified 16-year-old boy, was arrested in Lincolndale, New York, with the assistance of state police, authorities in Syracuse tweeted Friday morning. Fitzpatrick said the 16-year-old was a "resident of a juvenile facility" and was on furlough from the facility on the day Brexialee was killed.
A North Carolina couple are accused of performing an amateur exorcism on their 4-year-old son, who later died. Skyler died Jan. 9 "from injuries related to the abuse sustained by his parents," authorities said. The sheriff's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday. They are alleged to have restrained and isolated the child and performed an exorcism, the station reported. They had other children in their custody who are now in the care of the Department of Social Services, the sheriff's office said.
Law enforcement in Arizona are finally able to identify a woman found dead in 1971 after community members rallied together to help fund crucial DNA testing. Authorities contributed $1,000 to the DNA testing and asked the public for help with the remaining $6,5000. Through the use of Forensic Genetic Genealogy, the victim has been identified as Colleen Audrey Rice," the sheriff's office said. "DNA testing of a relative confirmed this after countless hours of investigation into her family tree and contact with distant family relatives." A post published on DNASolves.com said that detectives had pursued numerous leads in trying to identify Rice.
Four people were arrested in connection with the alleged rape of Madison Brooks, a Louisiana State University student who was fatally hit by a car shortly after the suspects dropped her off in an East Baton Rouge subdivision. Lee is Washington's uncle, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office said. Carver told investigators that he, his friends and Lee did not know Brooks prior to meeting her at Reggie's, the report said. When they were about to leave, Brooks asked for a ride home, Carver told detectives. He told CBS affiliate WAFB of Baton Rouge that a rape did not occur.
Two Memphis, Tennessee, fire department personnel were "relieved of duty" while an internal investigation was conducted into the death of Tyre Nichols, a Black man who died days after a traffic stop. Memphis Fire Department spokesperson Qwanesha Ward said the employees were "involved in the initial patient care" of Nichols but did not provide further details. Nichols, 29, was stopped by Memphis police on Jan. 7 for reckless driving, the department said. In addition to the fire department personnel who were relieved of duty, five police officers involved in the traffic stop were fired after an administrative investigation found they violated department policies, Police Chief C.J. The Department of Justice and FBI's Memphis field office also announced a civil rights investigation into the traffic stop.
A 76-year-old woman allegedly shot and killed her terminally ill husband at a Daytona Beach, Florida, hospital following a pact police said the couple made several weeks ago. Officers were called to AdventHealth Daytona Beach Saturday for a report of a person shot, the police department said in a news release on Twitter. When police arrived, the woman was barricaded in her husband's 11th-floor room. Young said the 11th floor is for terminally ill patients, and praised officers for getting people out safely. "This was somewhat of a logistical nightmare which is why again I'm very, very proud of my team," he said.
The widow of a New York City police officer fatally shot in Harlem one year ago announced that she is expecting their "miracle" baby. "Although Jason won’t be here in physical form to see and experience our miracle, I know he will always be here in spirit watching, protecting and loving us," Dominique Rivera, wife of NYPD officer Jason Rivera, said at a memorial mass on Saturday at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. And as a family, we will vow to never forget and honor Jason’s tremendous legacy of service and ultimate sacrifice." Thousands of NYPD officers attend the funeral of Officer Jason Rivera at St. Patrick's Cathedral on Jan. 28, 2022 in New York. Dominique Rivera said the past year has been "unbearable" and there were times when she felt like she had lost herself.
A San Francisco State University wrestler is missing after jumping into Esplanade Beach for a "polar plunge," friends and authorities said. San Francisco StateThe two other men were able to get out of the water and called 911 for help. The U.S. Coast Guard, California Highway Patrol's air unit, the San Bruno Police Department, and California State Parks Ocean Life Guards were also called in to assist. Friends told KTVU that Alsaudi and his wrestling teammates were doing a polar plunge, when people jump into cold water during the winter months. Alsaudi is a political science major at the university with a minor in Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies.
Former Navy SEAL Daniel W. Swift was killed in Ukraine on Wednesday, a Navy official told NBC News Friday. Swift had been in active deserter status since March 11, 2019, the Navy Absentee Collection and Information Center said. The center said it did not know why Swift was in the eastern European country that has been at war with Russia for a year. Swift was a special warfare operator 1st Class and enlisted in the Navy on June 28, 2005. Swift is the sixth American known to have died fighting in Ukraine, according to State Department statements and reports from individual families.
A New York man convicted on charges that he moved into his daughter’s dorm room at Sarah Lawrence College and abused students at the elite school in a nearly 10-year scheme was sentenced Friday to 60 years in prison. Manhattan federal court Judge Lewis J. Liman told Lawrence Ray, 63, that his crimes were "particularly heinous." Ray was convicted at trial last year of charges including racketeering, conspiracy, forced labor and sex trafficking. Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y. Stephanie Keith / Getty Images fileOne woman testified at the trial that Ray had convinced her that she had poisoned him and became a sex worker to try to pay reparations to him. The woman said she paid Ray $2.5 million over four years in installments that averaged $10,000 to $50,000 a week.
A Minnesota hospital agreed to pay $180,000 to a woman who said the hospital refused to hire her for a job because she is deaf. Vogt said that in July 2020 she applied for a role as a greeter at North Memorial Health. The manager told Vogt that they would need to contact North Memorial Health about her disability, the suit said. A spokesperson for North Memorial Health could not immediately be reached Wednesday. The hospital said it was never given a name for the candidate and has no knowledge of what the manager told Vogt.
A 13-year-old girl led Nebraska troopers on a high-speed chase for nearly 20 minutes before authorities were able to stop the vehicle and take her and an 11-year-old passenger into custody, Nebraska State Patrol said. The teen driver allegedly accelerated and fled troopers "at a high rate of speed," according to the release. "A short time later, the trooper was able to successfully perform a tactical vehicle intervention to bring the vehicle to a stop," Nebraska State Patrol said. Troopers searched the vehicle and located a firearm and a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, according to the news release. Nebraska State Patrol did not release further details, including whether the girl and boy will face charges.
Disturbing video captured the moment a man tried to pull a barista through a drive-thru window in an alleged kidnapping attempt in Washington state. The Auburn Police Department posted the video on its Twitter page Monday and asked the public for help identifying the man. In the footage, the man grabs the woman's arm as she hands him what appears to be money. Police said the man "attempted to drag the victim through the window using a looped ziptie device." The woman yanked her arm back and the man drove off in a pickup truck.
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