Giants placekicker Josh Brown admitted in journal entries and emails that he verbally and physically abused his now former wife, according to documents that were part of a domestic violence case obtained by SNY.
Team spokesman Corry Rush declined comment Thursday morning on the details that emerged from a case in Washington. Brown was arrested in May 2015 on a domestic violence allegation but no charges were filed against the 37-year-old player. He was suspended for one game by the NFL at the start of this season for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
"I have physically, mentally, emotionally and verbally been a repulsive man," Brown wrote in one journal entry. "I have abused my wife."
A Texas woman is not letting cancer and chemo get her down. Ana-Alecia Ayala, who’s battling a rare form of uterine sarcoma, has joined the viral dance craze — and has a heartwarming message to share
In a social media post shared Tuesday, Ayala, in her hospital gown and medical tubes attached to her, dances to "JuJu On That Beat" with her friend Danielle Andrus during a chemotherapy session at Baylor T. Boone Pickens Cancer Hospital.
"We want to show the world that dancing and laughter is the best medicine," wrote Ayala, who's from Dallas. "#JustForFun #ChemoSucks #CancerAwareness #JuJuOnThatBeat #JuJuOnThatChemo."
The third presidential debate was to focus on debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hotspots and fitness to be president -- serious and somber topics.
But then there was unpredictability of this long and often nasty campaign. In the week and a half since the second debate, Donald Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct by nine women, allegations he denies, has warned of a rigged election without evidence and has attacked one of his party’s senior officials, House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, is facing questions raised by leaked information from John Podesta’s emails — made public by WikiLeaks and allegedly stolen by Russian hackers from the Clinton campaign chairman’s personal account.
Here are top moments from the final debate before Election Day.
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced that his country is separating from the U.S. in a speech before a Beijing economic forum on Thursday, after handing China a major diplomatic victory, agreeing to resume dialogue on their South China Sea territorial dispute following months of acrimony.
The rapprochement between the two Asia nations could widen a political rift between the United States and the Philippines, whose recently elected leader has made no secret of its antipathy for America and ordered an end to joint maneuvers between their militaries.
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Authorities have recovered another set of remains in a small Long Island town plagued by gang violence that has now seen five bodies turn up in a little more than a month.
The body found in the woods behind a state-run psychiatric hospital in Brentwood Sunday has been identified as Jose Pena-Hernandez, an 18-year-old man who hadn't been seen since June, police said.
Pena-Hernandez's remains were discovered as police scoured the grounds of the facility near Crooked Hill Road and the Long Island Expressway as part of the ongoing investigation into the series of murders.
The discovery follows the unearthing of four bodies of Brentwood High School students throughout the last month.
A set of Halloween-themed light-up gel clings sold at Target is being recalled because they pose a hazard to children. About 127,000 of the gel clings, which are used on windows, are being recalled from stores nationwide, where they were sold in August and September, according to a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recall alert posted Thursday. No injuries have yet been reported, but the devices pose a risk for choking and swallowing battery hazards.
Vice President Joe Biden says Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is "questioning the legitimacy of our democracy," by claiming that the election may be "rigged" and he may not accept its results.
Donald Trump asserted in the final presidential debate that no one respects women more than he does. Yet in its closing moments, standing onstage with the first major-party female presidential nominee in U.S. history, he called Hillary Clinton "such a nasty woman."
Political pundits of both parties expressed shock at the snipe, with many on social media and cable news identifying it as one of the Republican nominee's worst moments of the 90-minute meetup in Las Vegas.
Instantly, the Twitter hashtag "nastywoman" was born, with social media users making mostly positive comments about the Democratic nominee, and entrepreneurs began marketing T-shirts.
You have just a few more months to visit Bao Bao at the National Zoo.
The 3-year-old giant panda is moving to China within the first few months of 2017 to enter the its panda breeding program, the National Zoo said Thursday.
All panda cubs born at the zoo move to China by the time they turn 4. Bao Bao will turn 4 Aug. 23, 2017.
"We are sad to see her go, but excited for the contributions she is going to continue to make to the global giant panda population,” said Brandie Smith, associate director of animal care sciences at the zoo in Washington, D.C.
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Wisconsin's attorney general asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to let stand the conviction of a man found guilty in a case profiled in the popular "Making a Murderer" series on Netflix.
The international aid group Doctors Without Borders says refugees at camps in Greece are still living in mostly "appalling conditions" with poor access to health care and a lack of provisions to identify the most vulnerable.
In the report issued Thursday, the agency commonly known by its French name, Medecins sans Frontiers, argued that the European Union and Greece had "collectively failed to establish humane and dignified reception conditions."
More than 60,000 refugees and migrants — many escaping wars in Syria and Iraq — have been stranded in Greece following European border closures this year. Most still live in tents at about 50 refugee camps.
Some Delta Air Lines employees are using a less familiar runway to show off new uniforms created by fashion designer Zac Posen.
Employee models took to a fashion runway to debut the clothing Wednesday on Facebook.
Delta says the uniforms will be worn by more than 60,000 of its employees, from technicians to flight attendants. The company says the uniforms "elevate the look and brand of Delta employees."