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  • NBC Feb 25

    Pet Adoption 101: What to Do Before, During and After a Shelter Visit

    Welcoming a furry addition to a home can be a fun and exciting event. But ensuring a smooth transition for the pet – and the family – takes some preparation and work. Here are some tips from animal shelters about what to do before, during and after the adoption.

  • Officer Nov 30, 2019

    Party Like a Spy: Spookstock Is Intel World's Hush-Hush Bash

    Sometime earlier this year, one of the most elite social events in Washington took place, but without any fanfare or news coverage.

  • Virginia Nov 2, 2019

    Rudy Boesch, Early Fan Favorite on ‘Survivor,' Dies at 91

    Rudy Boesch, a retired tough-as-nails Navy SEAL and fan favorite on the inaugural season of “Survivor,” has died after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 91. Director of operations for the Seal Veterans Foundation, Steve Gonzalez, said Boesch died peacefully Friday night in hospice care in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He was surrounded by loved ones. Boesch joined the...

  • Virginia Nov 2, 2019

    Rudy Boesch, Early Fan Favorite on ‘Survivor,' Dies at 91

    Rudy Boesch, a retired tough-as-nails Navy SEAL and fan favorite on the inaugural season of “Survivor,” has died after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 91. Director of operations for the Seal Veterans Foundation, Steve Gonzalez, said Boesch died peacefully Friday night in hospice care in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He was surrounded by loved ones. Boesch joined the...

  • golf Jun 21, 2019

    'Vermont's Most Beautiful Address' Is Your Next Vacation Destination

    If you are looking to book a vacation to kick off the summer, Vermont’s Woodstock Inn and Resort has something for everyone. The 142 room resort, which started as a tavern more than 200 years ago, offers over 40 activities. Culinary programs, swimming in pools and streams, skiing and snowshoeing at Mt. Tom, hiking, and playing tennis and golf on...

  • WCAU May 30, 2019

    NBC10 Responds: Hiring the Right People to Deal With Storm Damage

    Throughout this week we have been showing viewers the cleanup of the aftermath from storms. NBC10 Responds and Harry Hairston let homeowners know how to make sure they are protected when hiring people to deal with the storm damage.

  • ISIS Apr 15, 2019

    Red Cross, New Zealand Hope for Info on Nurse Held in Syria

    New Zealand’s foreign minister confirmed Monday that a New Zealand nurse has been held captive by the Islamic State group in Syria for almost six years, information long kept secret for fear her life might be at risk. The status of nurse and midwife Louisa Akavi, now 62, is unknown, but her employer, the International Committee of the Red Cross,...

  • attorney Feb 20, 2019

    Feds Share Terrorist Watchlist With 1,400 Private Groups

    The federal government has acknowledged that it shares its terrorist watchlist with more than 1,400 private entities, including hospitals and universities, prompting concerns from civil libertarians that those mistakenly placed on the list could face a wide variety of hassles in their daily lives. The government’s admission that it shares the list so broadly comes after years of insistence that...

  • David Koenig Jan 26, 2019

    How Congress Got Trump to Climb Down, End Shutdown For Now

    President Donald Trump was feeling the heat. Week after week, Trump had demanded that the government stay partially shuttered until Democrats agreed to pay for his wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Surrounded by a shrinking cast of advisers, he watched as federal workers went unpaid and basic services were frozen. His poll numbers were slipping. His arguments were landing with...

  • David Koenig Jan 26, 2019

    Trump, Congress Leaders Reach Deal to End Shutdown Without Wall Funding

    President Donald Trump and congressional leaders reached a deal Friday to temporarily reopen the government and end the longest shutdown in U.S. history. Trump agreed to endorse a short-term funding bill that doesn’t include money for a border wall — something he had previously demanded as part of any continuing resolution to end the shutdown.

  • David Koenig Jan 25, 2019

    Belt Buckles and Beer: Federal Shutdown Hits Businesses Hard

    From power restaurants in Washington and a belt-buckle maker in Colorado to a brewery in California, businesses that count heavily on federal employees as customers are feeling the punishing effects of the government shutdown. In many cases, it’s forcing them to cut workers’ hours and buy less from suppliers — measures that could ripple through the larger U.S. economy.

  • Donald Trump Dec 28, 2018

    Officers Know Firing a Gun in a School Is Risky, But Sometimes Necessary

    Being an armed officer in a school is a difficult job that requires being ready to kill a student, an official from a national organization for school-based law enforcement officers said Tuesday. Mac Hardy, interviewed hours after a teenage gunman shot a girl in a Maryland school before dying following a confrontation with a school resource officer, said an officer...

  • attorney Dec 10, 2018

    10 Years Later, Here's What Became of Bernie Madoff's Inner Circle

    Few people outside of Wall Street had heard of Bernard Madoff before he confessed to his epic fraud in 2008. In the decade since, he has become the personification of greed — and a household name. Madoff and his inner circle have been featured in books, movies, even an off-Broadway play. Here is what has become of some of the major players.

  • Philadelphia Apr 30, 2018

    Convicting ‘America's Dad': Inside the Bill Cosby Prosecution & Conviction

    In the tense moments before a jury convicted Bill Cosby of sexual assault, the prosecutor who had branded him a “con man” and called him out for laughing during closing arguments started to worry about the global implications if the #MeToo era’s first big trial went the other way.

  • Apr 30, 2018

    Cosby Jurors Break Their Silence

    For the first time since Bill Cosby was convicted of sexual assault, the jurors who decided his fate are speaking out about what influenced their decision. Prosecutors believe the guilty verdict will stand.

  • JUDGE Apr 28, 2018

    Fitted With Ankle Bracelet, Cosby to Be Prisoner Inside Home

    Two days after his conviction, Bill Cosby has already started life as an inmate — though his surroundings are far nicer than they likely will be in a few months. A judge says Cosby will be confined to the same suburban Philadelphia mansion where jurors concluded he drugged and molested a Temple University women’s basketball administrator, ordering him to be...

  • Philadelphia Apr 27, 2018

    Bill Cosby Found Guilty: Comedian Drugged, Sexually Assaulted Woman; Accusers ‘Vindicated'

    Bill Cosby has been found guilty in the retrial of the comedian on sexual assault charges in a case that put a national spotlight on the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown.

  • Apr 26, 2018

    Bill Cosby Found Guilty on All 3 Counts

    Bill Cosby has been found guilty on all three counts of aggravated sexual assault. He returned to his Cheltenham Township home on $1 million bail until sentencing.

  • NBC NEWS Mar 22, 2018

    DOD Identifies Service Members Killed in Iraq Helicopter Crash

    The Department of Defense identified on Saturday the seven airmen who died on March 15 when their helicopter crashed in western Iraq. The men ranged in age from 29 to 39 and hailed from Colorado, Florida and New York.

  • attorney Mar 20, 2018

    Ex-Employee Sues Celebrity Chef, Claiming Sexual Harassment

    A woman who was formerly employed as a manager by celebrity chef Mike Isabella sued him and his business partners Monday alleging sexual harassment. Isabella denied the allegations. Chloe Caras is seeking an unspecified amount for pain and suffering, back pay and punitive damages. Isabella, who competed on the cooking reality shows “Top Chef” and “Top Chef: All-Stars,” has about...

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