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NY Zoo Giraffe Stream Banned for 'Nudity' Back After Outcry

NY Zoo Giraffe Stream Banned for 'Nudity' Back After Outcry

YouTube has apparently restored an upstate New York zoo's livestream of a giraffe preparing to give birth that had been abruptly suspended Thursday after animal activists complained about "nudity and sexual content" in violation of the site's policy. More than 20 million had been viewing the cam, placed in the stall of “April” the giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, in anticipation of the birth of her fourth calf. People from all over the world watched the long-necked animal slink gracefully around her hay-laden home, giddy with excitement.

New Jersey Man Gets 5-Years for NFL Seat License Scheme

New Jersey Man Gets 5-Years for NFL Seat License Scheme

A New Jersey man has been sentenced to five years behind bars for defrauding more than a dozen people out of $116,550 in a New York Giants seat license scam.

Sibling-Spouses Plead Guilty to Insurance Fraud: Prosecutor

Sibling-Spouses Plead Guilty to Insurance Fraud: Prosecutor

A New Jersey police officer and his sister pleaded guilty in connection to a health insurance fraud scheme in which they said they were married, the Monmouth County Prosecutor's office said Wednesday.

PennDOT Cracks Down on 'Graffiti Highway' Trespassing

PennDOT Cracks Down on 'Graffiti Highway' Trespassing

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is cracking down on trespassers who continue to walk on a stretch of highway that's been closed to vehicles because of an underground coal fire.

Grace Packer's Mom's Boyfriend Heads for Trial Or Plea

Grace Packer's Mom's Boyfriend Heads for Trial Or Plea

Jacob Sullivan waives hearing in Grace Packer's death, dismemberment.

Inauguration Singer Calls to Meet Trump on Trans Rights

Inauguration Singer Calls to Meet Trump on Trans Rights

More than a month after performing at President Donald Trump's inauguration, singer Jackie Evancho says she and her transgender sister want to meet with him about transgender rights. The 16-year-old made the request in a tweet Wednesday night . Evancho appeared alongside her sister, Juliet, on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Thursday. Juliet Evancho says they hope to "enlighten" the president. The tweet followed the Trump administration's move Wednesday to end federal protection for transgender students that allowed them to use public school bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identities.