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Stabbing death in Denver’s Montbello neighborhood prompts homicide investigation

A man was stabbed to death in Denver overnight, and police are investigating the incident as a homicide.

Officers responded to the 12200 block of Albrook Drive in the Montbello neighborhood and found the victim, police said in a 3:41 Twitter post.

Initially police described the incident as a death investigation, but it has since been deemed a homicide.

The Denver Office of the Medical Examiner will release the name of the victim and rule on the cause and manner of death.

Anyone with information on the case is asked to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 (STOP).


U.S. weighs ordering commercial airlines to help in Afghanistan evacuation efforts

The Biden administration has told commercial U.S. airlines that it could order them to help in the Afghanistan evacuation, according to a person familiar with the matter.

U.S. officials informed several of the country's major commercial carriers Friday that it is considering activating the Civil Reserve Air Fleet to help bolster airlift, the person said, adding that the flights wouldn't be from Afghanistan itself but from other locations. That could include flying individuals who are stranded at U.S. bases in Germany, Qatar and Bahrain, according to The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news.

The White House and the Defense Department didn't immediately comment to CNBC.

Several U.S. airlines had volunteered earlier in the week to help with the airlift of evacuees, the person told CNBC.

This story is developing. Please check back for updates.

Man Makes Fatal Flunge During Dead & Company Concert In NY

A 46-year-old man died on Friday, after falling from a balcony during a Dead & Company concert at New York’s Citi Field, Deadline can confirm.

A spokesperson for the New York Police Department tells us that the man’s injuries were “consistent with falling from an elevated position.” After first responders arrived on the scene, they transported him in critical condition to New York–Presbyterian Queens Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The NYPD is not yet naming the deceased concert attendee. Their investigation into Friday’s events is ongoing.

Sources tell The New York Daily News that the man died after attempting to do a flip off of the balcony; others in attendance at the concert told the New York Post that they believed he was under the influence of alcohol at the time.

Dead & Company is a band featuring former members of the Grateful Dead, including Bob Weir, Micky Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, along with guitarist John Mayer and others. Their concert on Friday at the home of the New York Mets was part of a tour, which kicked off in Raleigh, NC on August 16, and will wrap up in Cancún in January.

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NYC Central Park Concert Halted Mid-Song Due To Rain And Lightning Threat

New York’s months-in-planning post-Covid-shutdown “Homecoming” concert in Central Park was abruptly halted mid-show this evening – mid-song, in fact – after lightning and rain broke out in the area.

Grammy winner Barry Manilow was on stage performing the song “Can’t Smile Without You” when an announcement was made, telling those on the scene to exit the venue and seek shelter.

While artists including Andrea Bocelli,, LL Cool J, Jennifer Hudson, Journey, Carlos Santana and Rob Thomas, the New York Philharmonic, Jon Batiste, Earth, Wind and Fire and Wyclef Jean,had already gotten their stage time before the concert shutdown, other headliners including Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Paul Simon and Elvis Costello had not yet performed.

Gayle King, Don Lemon, Clive Davis, and Steven Colbert had appeared on stage to address the audience between the performances.

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The concert, created by mogul Clive Davis, was being broadcast on CNN, leaving anchor Anderson Cooper unclear on whether the show would resume, would not resume, or perhaps resume without an audience.


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Rev. Jesse Jackson & Wife Hospitalized After Contracting Covid-19 – Report

Rev. Jesse Jackson and his wife, Jacqueline, have been hospitalized after contracting Covid-19, according to multiple reports.

The famed civil rights leader’s Chicago-based nonprofit, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, told CNN that he and his wife have been admitted to Chicago’s Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

More information on their conditions has not yet been disclosed, though it’s said they’re both being closely monitored.

Jackson was vaccinated against Covid back in January; his wife’s vaccination status is unclear.

The Reverend was last hospitalized shortly after getting vaccinated, with “abdominal discomfort,” which led him to receive gallbladder surgery. He’s also contended with Parkinson’s disease since 2017.

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Live NRL updates: New Zealand Warriors v Brisbane Broncos

All the action as the New Zealand Warriors take on the Brisbane Broncos in the NRL.

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The New York Times is looking into the high costs of American health care and the wide price variation that patients face from one hospital or doctor’s office to another.

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