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9:42 AM - Monday, May 04, 2015
5 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Paige Lavender
NEW YORK, May 4 (Reuters) - New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, a Republican, was taken into custody by federal authorities on Monday morning as part of a public corruption matter, an FBI spokesman said. Skelos and his son, Adam, we . . .
4 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Britain's newborn princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, according to the palace.
3 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
City Council President Tom McCarthy says a tougher ordinance is on the table, one that would boost fines up to $2,000 to retrieve an impounded back.
4 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Christie's former deputy chief of staff, Bridget Kelly, and his former top appointee at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Bill Baroni, entered the pleas through their attorneys Monday before a judge in Newark.
4 hour ago - Gothamist / Jen Chung
The 25-year-old anti-crime police officer who was shot in the face on Saturday remains in critical condition. Officer Brian Moore is apparently in a medically-induced coma after he was shot in the cheek—the bullet exited out of the other side . . .
9 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Andrew Miller had a chance to seal New York's sweep by retiring the bottom of the Red Sox order. A pair of walks and a fielding error later, he was facing Boston slugger David Ortiz with two outs and the bases loaded.
4 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Alexandra Svokos
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (AP) -- Smith College, the largest of the all-female Seven Sisters schools, is changing its policy to accept transgender women. The new policy, which takes effect for those applying this fall, followed a year of study. The . . .
4 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
That will mean $125 million a year for five years. There will also be an additional $32 million city match to a federal grant.
7 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
In ending their relationship, both were in complete harmony in their separate announcements on social media, citing busy lives and times they will always "cherish."
5/2/2015 - newyork.cbslocal.com
According to the Essex County Prosecutor's Office, 42-year-old Andre Higgs, of Watchung, is charged with murder and weapons offenses in the death of 27-year-old teacher Latrena May.
19 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
The seven occupants of the van had been attending a religious retreat at the Honors Haven Resort in Ellenville, police said.
15 hour ago - NY Times / Liam Stack
Two assailants in Garland shot a private security guard and were, in turn, killed by the police at an event hosted by an anti-Islam group.
7 hour ago - NY Times / Gerry Mullany
A look at the Republican presidential candidate’s stance on foreign policy, immigration, same-sex marriage, climate change and the economy.
5/3/2015 - NYT > N.Y. / Region / Dave Taft
In spring, just as the first hint of blue colors the sky, well before sunrise, the mockingbird unleashes its catalog of calls.
22 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
The health department said a letter will be sent to all stores with liquor licenses on Monday, reminding them to check IDs and to make sure employees are trained to avoid selling to underage buyers.
16 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Pacquiao was no match for Mayweather In this career-defining fight. What will he do next?
5 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Alison Spiegel
Of all the exciting developments that have occurred in the last decade, the new travel landscape is definitely high on the list. Certain countries have opened up to tourism, some cities have become safer for visitors and a handful of new nation . . .
5/2/2015 - newyork.cbslocal.com
So far, the men have been linked to eight different armed robberies spanning Brooklyn, the Bronx and Manhattan since April 4.
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