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Nets rally from 17 down, but fall to Raptors in OT

Tired of his team’s sluggish performances in their building and understanding the significance of entrenching a rugged home mentality into their makeup, Lionel Hollins figured it was time to switch things up. Sports stories from Newsday

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System That Powers City Is Shut Down by Threat of Snow

System That Powers City Is Shut Down by Threat of Snow The snowstorm had long since skirted New York City and caused little direct hardship, but it was way too late to save the day in Manhattan. Midtown and the financial district were nearly deserted on Tuesday, likely costing the city's economy and … Read […]

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Looking Down On The Snow Storm In New York City

Looking Down On The Snow Storm In New York City The snow may not have been as bad in some parts of the Northeast as forecasters predicted, but New York City was still blanketed with a nice dusting of 7 to 8 inches of fresh powder this week. Even though the city was hit with […]

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Looking Down On The Snow Storm In New York City

Looking Down On The Snow Storm In New York City The snow may not have been as bad in some parts of the Northeast as forecasters predicted, but New York City was still blanketed with a nice dusting of 7 to 8 inches of fresh powder this week. Even though the city was hit with […]

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Just How Does That Yellow First Down Line Work?

When Super Bowl XLIX kicks off on Sunday, it will utilize a piece of technology that has changed the viewing of the game, and grown into a new industry of graphics in sports television. (Jan. 27) Sports stories from Newsday

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Police Commissioner Bratton and Mayor de Blasio seen in February 2014. Bratton was considered an architect of the NYPD's broken-windows approach in the 1990s and both men have defended its value today.

Survey: Breaking Down Broken Windows

Rob Bennett for the Office of Mayor Bill de Blasio Police Commissioner Bratton and Mayor de Blasio seen in February 2014. Bratton was considered an architect of the NYPD’s broken-windows approach in the 1990s and both men have defended its value today. What’s Your Take on Broken Windows? For more than 20 years, debate about […]

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Subways, buses, Metro-North, LIRR to shut down at 11 p.m.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a State of Emergency for New York City, Westchester, Long Island and other counties in anticipation of the incoming blizzard. Subway service in New York City will be severely reduced beginning at 7 p.m. and will shut down by 11 p.m. Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road will also shut […]

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KFC unleashes ‘Double Down’ hot dog in the Philippines

KFC has introduced another artery-clogging fast food mash up in the spirit of its infamous Double Down sandwich. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Long Island man burns down apartment over eviction

A Long Island man allegedly torched his own apartment and forced the evacuation of his entire building because he was about to be evicted. myfoxny.com – Local News

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13 People Who Aren’t Letting Life Get Them Down

Life handed these people lemons, and they made some FANTASTIC lemonade. Many of the challenges that these people face are no laughing matter. Armed with a positive attitude and a fantastic sense of humor, however, they’ve shown us how to make the best of a bad situation. Take note! New York – The Huffington Post

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Isola: Knicks playing for nothing, but Melo won’t shut down

The news from Europe was delivered by Carmelo Anthony as if he were channeling the legendary Edward R. Murrow. Knicks Rss Article only

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Life in New York City, Where Arrests Are Down and Tickets Are Rarities

Life in New York City, Where Arrests Are Down and Tickets Are Rarities In a city of more than eight million people and 33 million subway rides a week, police officers arrested or ticketed just 22 people for jumping the turnstile last week. In the same period a year ago, nearly 1,400 fare-beaters were caught. […]

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Park Slope’s Old Carriage Inn Shut Down By Tax Man

Park Slope’s Old Carriage Inn, a dank, smelly hole of a dive, has been seized by the state for failing to pay its taxes. Given the condition of the place, this is hardly a surprise, but it is sad—where’s the city’s most exuberant karaoke night supposed to be staged now, hmm? [ more › ] […]

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Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony says he’s ‘not shutting it down yet’

Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks are moving on without J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert. Knicks Rss Article only

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Two more GM candidates turn down the Jets

The Jets GM job doesn’t seem like all that popular of a spot anymore. The Jet Stream – NY Daily News Blogs

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