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Police: 1 Dead, 4 Wounded In Three Separate Shootings In NewarkAuthorities don't believe that any of the shootings in Newark are connected
'Personal Peeping Toms:' Schumer Denounces Vote Allowing ISPs To Sell Data Without ConsentThe Senate voted to kill Obama-era online privacy regulations, a first step toward allowing internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell your browsing habits and other personal information as they expand their own online ad businesses.
Union Head: NY Court Officers Must Cooperate With ICE AgentsAdvocates have been pushing for state courts to bar ICE agents from making arrests after local court proceedings.
1 Killed, More Than A Dozen Shot At Cincinnati Nightclub, Authorities SayPolice said there is no indication the shooting at the Cameo club was terrorism related.
46 Dogs Rescued From South Korean Dog Meat Farm Arrive In NYCAccording to Kelly O'Meara, of Humane Society International, the dogs were kept in filthy metal cages and were fed just enough to survive.
Trump Slams Conservative Lawmakers On Failed Heath Care BillThe bill was pulled from the House floor Friday in a humiliating political defeat for the president.

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Mets' Matz Will Miss Spring Start Because Of Elbow TendernessMets pitcher Steven Matz has been scratched from his Monday start in a minor league game because of tenderness in his left elbow.
Oregon Tops Kansas 74-60 To Advance To First Final Four In 78 YearsTyler Dorsey led the Ducks with 27 points, including 6-10 from three-point range, to lead Oregon past Kansas.
Bruins Snap Four-Game Losing Streak With Win Over IslandersRiley Nash scored both goals Saturday night for the Boston Bruins, who moved into sole possession of the second wild card in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 victory over the Islanders.
Devils Eliminated From Playoff Contention With Loss To CarolinaSchneider stopped 25 shots for the last-place Devils (27-35-12), who lost four of their last five games. New Jersey was officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Gonzaga Trounces Xavier 83-59 To Advance To First Final Four In School HistoryGonzaga has made history and is the first WCC team since San Francisco in 1957 to make it to the NCAA Tournament's Final Four.
Short-Handed Real Salt Lake Battles Red Bulls To A Scoreless DrawNew York's Luis Robles had four saves for his second clean sheet of the season.

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Celebrity Home Adviser Shares Easy Home Decorating Tips On A BudgetCelebrity home adviser Cheryl Eisen , of Interior Marketing Group, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to share some easy home decorating tips.
Macy's Flower Show Kicks Off At Flagship Store In MidtownSusan Tercero, Group Vice President of Special Productions at Macy's, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to talk about what to expect at this year's show.
Recipes: Spring Fare From Trattoria Dell'Arte Managing Director Brandon FayBrandon Fay, managing director of Trattoria Dell'Arte in Midtown, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to share some of his favorite recipes.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: March 24, 2017Finally on Friday, the guys arrived at the portion of the radio program that featured Jerry Recco revealing his highly anticipated "Moment of the Day." This time it revolved around Craig's ever-changing list of famous friends.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Handles His Update BusinessJerry got after it Friday morning, putting the entire update world on notice in the process.
Boomer & Carton: Delivering The Madness, Goodell Isn't All That Bad, And Is NYC A Dump?Boomer and Craig kicked off Friday with a look back at the first half of the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16, as three of the four games Thursday night lived up to the hype.

Best Of Mike Francesa

LISTEN: Francesa Talks Wrestling With Mac & MonzIt's always entertaining when Mike Francesa engages in a wrestling conversation.
Francesa: Yankees Rotation A Far Greater Concern Than Didi Gregorius' ReplacementYankees fans have been talking a lot about how to replace injured shortstop Didi Gregorius. But the bigger issue facing the Bronx Bombers, in Mike Francesa's opinion, is the back end of their rotation.
LISTEN: Austin Romine Breaks Down What He's Seeing From Yankees Pitchers This SpringAustin Romine knows his path to a starting job is blocked by perhaps the most promising young player to come through the Yankees organization in a decade. So for now, he's just focusing on doing whatever he can to help the Bombers win.

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