1 dead, multiple injured San Antonio shopping mall shooting

A woman holds her child after San Antonio police helped her and other shoppers exit the Rolling Oaks Mall, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017, in San Antonio, after a deadly shooting. Authorities say several were injured after a robbery at the shopping mall. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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Manhunt underway after two NYPD officers shot


New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, second left, stands by as Police Commissioner William Bratton, second right, speaks at a news conference at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx section of New York City after two New York City police officers were shot. The two officers responding to a robbery in the Bronx were shot and wounded Monday night, and a manhunt was underway for at least two suspects, authorities said. The officers were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.(Photo: Tom McElroy, AP)

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Hawaii Lava Flow: Molten Rock Now Within Yards of Pahoa Homes

Hawaii Lava Flow Threatens Town

This image, taken Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, shows just how close the lava flow has gotten to the town of Pahoa. (USGS/Hawaiian Volcano Observatory)

Looters Reportedly Hit Evacuated Houses

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Runner up in Minneapolis mayoral election beaten when trying to recover stolen phone

Letaija Shapree Cutler-Cain was arrested for assulting former Minneapolis mayoral candidate Mark Andrew.

Former Minneapolis mayoral candidate Mark Andrew was beaten when trying to catch the thief that took his cell phone.    CBS Minnesota

Mark Andrew, 63, was at a Starbucks at the Mall of America when a young male swiped his cell phone. When he chased after the boy two young women beat him with a metal baton. They were arrested and Andrew declared victory. “We won,” he told his children.

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Two Florida thugs nabbed for robbing armless man

Oliver Bozeman.

Oliver Bozeman   –   Broward Sheriff’s Office

Oliver Bozeman and Courtney Edge, both 25, allegedly took $300 from Havalah Pitts, who was born without arms. A sheriff’s spokesman called it a “vile act.”

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Mexico evacuates 5,000 for gasoline pipeline leak

A geyser of gasoline spews from a state-owned pipeline at a field in Tlajomulco, Mexico, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013. Authorities were forced to evacuate thousands of residents living near the pipeline after the large gasoline leak. Officials blamed the accident on fuel thieves. The gasoline did not catch fire and there were no immediate reports of injuries. – AP Photo

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