St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey was shot Tuesday evening in Miami Gardens, a league source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to NBC Sports.
The team said in a statement that Bailey was involved in an "incident", but didn't provide details. The team said it spoke to Stedman, saying he is “in the hospital in critical, but stable condition.”
“We are gathering facts about the situation and will provide updates as we learn more,” the team said in the statement.
Relatives tell NBC 6 that Bailey was in a car with several relatives in front of a family member's home when someone pulled up next to the car and opened fire. The home is located in the area of Northwest 119th Street and 38th Place. According to family members, Bailey was shot twice in the head. The driver, another relative, was also shot several times, relatives say.
Chicago officials on Tuesday released "graphic" and "chilling" video showing an officer fatally shooting a black teenager 16 times. The footage has been described as something that "will tear at the hearts of all Chicagoans." The dash-cam video, which a judge ordered police to release by Nov. 25, is said to show 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, armed with a knife, apparently walking away from police when an officer opens fire. In the moments before the video was made public, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy called for peace and calm.
A night after a shooting near a Minneapolis protest that left five people injured, hundreds of demonstrators at the same site quietly milled around, sharing coffee, pizza and doughnuts, and stacking up firewood.
U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison was among those gathered Tuesday night outside the Minneapolis Police Department's 4th Precinct, which has seen ongoing protests since a city officer fatally shot Jamar Clark on Nov. 15. Ellison said the mood was good, given the attack a day earlier, but said he still had safety concerns.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is attending a summit of southeast European leaders that focuses on tensions in the region over a surge of asylum seekers and migrants crossing the territory.
Biden's trip Wednesday comes amid a debate in the United States about whether to admit Syrian refugees following the Islamic State group's attack in Paris.
A jury began deliberating Tuesday whether a South Florida man is guilty of murder or acted in self-defense when he fatally shot his wife eight times during an argument and then posted a photo of her dead body on Facebook. The jury deliberated about two-and-a-half hours Tuesday but did not reach a verdict. The panel will return Wednesday to continue.
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Daily fantasy sports jackpot sites FanDuel and DraftKings hoped for a slam-dunk win in a New York City courtroom Wednesday afternoon, but they will have to wait for several more days or weeks to learn whether they'll be declared legal or illegal there.
New York is the first state where law enforcement has tried to shut down the sites outright, calling them illegal gambling. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman issued his ruling on Nov. 10.
FanDuel, based in New York City, has stopped taking money from players in New York, but Boston-based DraftKings has continued.
President Barack Obama said Tuesday the U.S. stands "united in total solidarity" with France following the Paris massacre to "deliver justice to these terrorists and to defend our nations."
Standing alongside French counterpart François Hollande, Obama said ISIS “cannot be tolerated and must be destroyed. And we must do it together.”
"We cannot succumb to fear," Obama said.
As his nation reels from attacks that left 130 dead just under two weeks ago, Hollande has been on a mission to get the international community to bolster the campaign against the Islamic State.
He said Tuesday he and Obama have agreed to broaden the scope of the airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Obama stressed that Russia could play a role in efforts against ISIS if it's willing to focus on defeating the terror group.
Hollande met with British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday and will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday. On Thursday, Hollande will meet with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
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A wailing newborn baby was found with its umbilical cord attached inside a nativity scene at a Queens church, police say.
The baby was discovered by a maintenance worker at the Holy Child Jesus Church in Richmond Hill Monday at about noon, according to the New York Police Department.
Rev. Christopher Ryan Heanue told NBC 4 New York the worker was cleaning inside the church when he heard the baby crying inside the nativity scene, which had been set up early this year.
The child appeared healthy.
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A Houston mother and her boyfriend have been charged in connection with the death of her 19-month-old daughter, who was severely burned inside an oven when she and her three young siblings were left home alone, police announced Tuesday.
Racqual Thompson and Cornell Malone have each been charged with four counts of endangering a child. Both remain jailed, each with bonds totaling $36,000, after their arrests Tuesday morning.
Court records didn't list attorneys for either Malone, 21, or Thompson, 25.
KTRK-TV reported last week that according to court records, J'zyra Thompson's two 3-year-old siblings told Child Protective Services that one of them put J'zyra inside the oven and that they made the oven "hot."
The suspected ringleader of the Nov. 13 terror attacks in Paris took part in the assaults on a cafe and restaurant and visited the crime scenes later that night — even as police special forces stormed a concert venue where 89 people were slaughtered, Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said Tuesday.
After the attacks unfolded, Abdelhamid Abaaoud traveled around central Paris, Molins said, citing cell phone tracking data, NBC News reported.
The data show that Abaaoud stopped near the locations where he and other gunmen and suicide bombers launched simultaneous assaults, killing 130 and injuring hundreds more, Molins said. That included the Bataclan, where gunmen and bombers attacked a sold-out concert by the American rock band Eagles of Death Metal.
Abaaoud also apparently spoke by cell phone with Bilal Hadfi before he blew himself up outside Stade de France along with two other suicide bombers, Molins said.
Abaaoud was killed during a police operation in the Saint-Denis neighborhood outside of Paris, on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
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A car from Disneyland's long-running PeopleMover, which transported guests on a slow cruise through part of the Southern California theme park, sold at a Los Angeles auction for $471,500.
The PeopleMover was an elevated tram that took visitors on a through the Tomorrowland attraction. It carried its first passengers in 1967 and ran until 1995.
An Army veteran was finally presented with long-overdue medals for the service he gave to the country many years ago. Fred Carlage, 99, was honored in a ceremony on Tuesday at the Killingly Community Center in Danielson, Connecticut, where one of the state’s senators handed the medals to him personally.
A graduate of an elite New Hampshire prep school who was convicted of assaulting a 15-year-old classmate has registered as a sex offender in Vermont. Owen Labrie was on the state's registry Tuesday. He was convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault for a 2014 encounter with the girl at St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire.
The mother of a San Diego-area teenager fighting for his life against a flesh-eating bacteria thanked the community Tuesday for their support, saying the family was overwhelmed with the outpouring of love.
"You really don't realize what an impact you have on people's lives until you go through something major like this," mother Silvia Gil said. "And it's just amazing how we were overwhelmed by the outpour of love and support with family and friends."
An Annapolis, Maryland, man is suing the city, accusing police officers of unlawfully stopping and searching his vehicle several times because he was a white man in a neighborhood with predominantly African-American and Latino residents.
Daniel Hodges filed the lawsuit Saturday in U.S. District Court, naming Mayor Mike Pantelides, Annapolis Police Chief Michael Pristoop and officers involved in the traffic stops.