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12:38 AM - Wednesday, October 01, 2014
14 hour ago - Gothamist / Rebecca Fishbein
A Brooklyn Technical High School teacher who was arrested last month after allegedly sending an underage student sexually explicit photos has been indicted on a slew of new charges that involve six other female students, including kidnapping a . . .
9/29/2014 - stats.newyork.cbslocal.com
Ryan Haggerty and Jesper Fast each scored twice, and rookie Anthony Duclair added another goal as the New York Rangers beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-3 in an exhibition game Monday night.
8 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com / Adam Harrington
The Michelin Guide's latest roster of top New York City restaurants said Brooklyn and Queens are hot, but restaurateur Daniel Boulud has lost a little sizzle.
16 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Tyler Kingkade
Elizabeth Garrett will become the first female president of Cornell University, the Ivy League institution announced Tuesday. The Cornell Board of Trustees approved Garrett, currently a provost at the University of Southern California, to ta . . .
11 hour ago - NY Times / Tatiana Schlossberg
An article about a man charged with animal cruelty who is about to go on trial attracted more than 1,600 comments on The Times’s website, and 790 comments on Facebook.
16 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
My premise then and now is simple. The Giants are stable, a fixed totem pole where no one is jostling for all the credit or the glory. The Jets, by contrast, have fatal holes in their hierarchy.
12 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Matt Sledge
At least two more members of New York City's Civilian Complaint Review Board have resigned ahead of a Thursday vote on replacing the police watchdog's executive director, The Huffington Post has learned. Mohammad Khalid and Jules Martin conf . . .
14 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Bentonville, Arkansas-based Walmart Stores Inc. said in a filing Monday that Morgan his fellow passengers’ injuries were caused by their “failure to properly wear an appropriate available seatbelt restraint device,” which it says constitutes un . . .
17 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Dogs, cats, kittens and one rabbit were assembled outside St. Patrick's Cathedral for the annual Blessing of the Animals.
8 hour ago - stats.newyork.cbslocal.com
Wayne Simmonds scored in the second period, and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the New York Rangers 4-2 in a preseason game Tuesday night.
21 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Antonia Blumberg
A photo of American journalist James Foley shortly before his beheading by the Islamic state militant group is being removed from anti-Islam advertisements appearing on Monday on 100 New York City buses and two subway stations. In response t . . .
19 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Police arrested Demid Lebedev at his home in Queens on Monday after questioning him about Instagram photos from atop the tower.
9/29/2014 - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Ron Dicker
As Derek Jeter turned the final page on his playing career Sunday, a video of an awesome hand-drawn flipbook of the Yankees great emerged on Reddit. "I'm a Tiger's fan...but I feel like showing a little flipbook respect for Derek Jeter is in . . .
15 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
A New York City high school teacher accused last month of sending an explicit photograph to a 16-year-old student is facing additional charges, including kidnapping.
9/29/2014 - Gothamist / Lauren Evans
In the span of less than two months, two pedestrians were struck and killed by cyclists in Central Park, prompting cries from various corners about the need for lowered speed limits and stricter enforcement when it comes to minding inter-park . . .
9/29/2014 - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Adam Goldberg
JAKE PEARSON, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — By the end of the year, city corrections officials will end their longstanding practice of sending 16- and 17-year-old inmates to solitary confinement for breaking rules in the nation's second-l . . .
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