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A settlement has been reached in the Eli Manning, New York Giants memorabilia fraud lawsuit on Monday. The New York Giants and quarterback Eli Manning have settled a lawsuit accusing them of selling bogus “game-worn” equipment to collectors, according to an ESPN report on Monday night. “[Plaintiffs] Eric Inselberg, Michael Jakab and Sean Godown have resolved all claims in their pending litigation against the New York Giants, Eli Manning, John Mara, William Heller, Joseph Skiba, Edward Skiba and Steiner Sports, in accordance with a confidential settlement agreement reached today,” attorney’s for both sides said in a joint statement on Monday.

A lawsuit alleging Eli Manning and the New York Giants sold bogus memorabilia to collectors is headed to trial this month in New Jersey. Memorabilia dealer Eric Inselberg filed the suit in 2014 claiming Manning's backup helmet from the 2012 Super Bowl he bought and another helmet bought by another collector were frauds. Inselberg and other memorabilia dealers were the subject of a federal investigation, though the case against him eventually was dropped.

A woman in California known by police as the “evil twin” who planned her sister’s death may be released from prison soon. Jeen "Gina" Han, who is originally from South Korea, has spent almost two decades in the Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla after she was convicted of plotting the murder of her identical twin sister, Sunny Han, in 1996. California Governor Jerry Brown will decide if he will uphold Han’s parole or reject it, but the Orange County District Attorney’s office hopes Han is denied parole.

After a promising start to the season, things have gotten pretty rocky.

After President Trump called on NFL owners to fire players who kneel during the national anthem, the owners of the New York Giants said they will certainly not do that. Giants co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch jointly released a statement saying they take issue with Trump’s statement.

Seven people were fatally shot during a gathering at a suburban Dallas home before police fatally shot the suspect, police say. Debbie Lane told WFAA television station that her daughter, Meredith Lane, was among those killed in the shooting Sunday night. "She was a cook, and a quite fine one, and she loved hosting friends and families," Debbie Lane said.

New Jersey state police detectives were seen questioning Yo Gotti's protégé Moneybagg Yo after a shooting in Woodbridge, New Jersey left at least two men injured Friday. Video obtained by NBC indicates the rapper’s Mercedes Sprinter van sustained gunfire. “The conditions of the two people shot are also unclear,” reported NBC’s Checkey Beckford.

On Tuesday, Mike Rawlings finally got a meeting with Gov. Greg Abbott. After the meeting, Dallas' mayor said that are many areas in which he disagrees with the governor, but he was encouraged by the focus Abbott put on poverty in southern Dallas and reforming the state's public education system. Two weeks ago, 18 Texas mayors sent Abbott a letter expressing concerns about the governor's proposed agenda for the ongoing first special session of the 85th Legislature. The mayors, including Rawlings, Fort Worth's Betsy Price and Plano's Harry LaRosiliere, asked the governor for a meeting to discuss the state's proposed bathroom bill, property tax reforms and caps on municipal spending. Texas is seeking

YORK, Pa. (AP) – A suspended Baltimore police officer has been jailed in Pennsylvania for violating his bond on charges he exchanged sexually explicit texts and videos with a 15-year-old Pennsylvania boy. York County, Pennsylvania prosecutors say 25-year-old Timothy George III talked of marrying the teen before the messages were discovered by the boy’s father, who alerted authorities. George had been free on bond, but a York County judge on Wednesday ruled that new assault charges Baltimore County, Maryland authorities filed Tuesday violated that bond. George’s attorney objected but was overruled. George was arrested in March on charges he abused his 21-year-old boyfriend. Those charges were

A jet trying to land at a small airport near New York City crashed less than a mile from the runway among small warehouses and industrial buildings Monday, killing two crew members and sparking a fire that sent thick, black smoke spewing into the air. Police said no passengers were aboard the Learjet 35 when it went down around 3:30 p.m. a quarter-mile (400 meters) from the runway at Teterboro Airport, a small but busy airport that is a favorite landing spot for the rich and famous. The airport was closed after the crash.

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