New York

79th Street Boat Basin Reopens After Sandy RepairsThe boat basin's so called A-Dock, which is a 370-foot-long fixed pier, has been closed to the public since the October 2012 storm.
Alicia Keys To Honor Clive Davis At 13th Annual Black Ball Benefit In NYCPatti Smith and A$AP Rocky will perform at the Oct. 19 event at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
Swimming Banned At Long Beach Due To Rip Currents As Police Investigate DrowningThe National Weather Service says a high rip current risk remains in effect through Tuesday evening at beaches in Brooklyn, southern Queens, southern Nassau and southern Suffolk counties.
Lochte Mum On Returning To Rio To Face Charge, Says He Wants To 'Move On'Ryan Lochte isn't saying whether he'll return to Brazil to face a charge of filing a false police report over a gas station encounter during the Olympics.
Several Balconies Collapse At Long Beach, Long Island Apartment BuildingIt happened just before 8 a.m. at a multi-story residential building on Shore Road near Long Beach Boulevard.

New Jersey

Police: 300 Rabbits, Guinea Pigs Found In NJ Home, Calf Found In BasementOfficials say guinea pigs, a calf and about 300 rabbits have been found at a New Jersey home.
Hit-And-Run Driver Leaves Behind 9 Damaged Cars In Jersey City RampagePolice don't know how it happened, but residents said the area around Neptune Ave is a popular shortcut for 18 wheelers even though truck traffic is prohibited.
Late Summer Fish Kills A Natural Part Of The Ecosystem, Experts SayLast week thousands of fish had to be vacuumed from the shore line after they washed up dead. Major fish kills have since taken place in two different areas.
Coxsackie Virus Benches High School Football Team In Ramsey, N.J.An entire high school team in Ramsey, New Jersey was benched for almost a week due to a virus going around.
Lifeguards Warn Of Dangerous Rip Currents At Jersey Shore Ahead Of Labor DayDangerous rip currents are going to be a problem for the Jersey Shore over the next few days.

Connecticut

Fugitive On Run For Nearly 50 Years Faces Extradition Hearing In ConnecticutA Connecticut man who escaped from a Georgia prison 48 years ago faces the prospect of living out the rest of his life behind bars.
Stories From Main Street: Connecticut Ocean Farmer Hopes To Make Kelp The New KaleKelp is not just for sushi anymore. That's the message Bren Smith, Thimble Island Ocean Farm in Branford, Connecticut, is trying to spread.
First Day Of Classes At New Sandy Hook Elementary SchoolThe new building was constructed on the site but further back on the property where the former school stood.
NYU, Yale, Welcome Freshman Class Of 2020 On College Move-In DayNew York University began welcoming its Class of 2020 on Sunday, with many new students using the hashtag #NYUMoveIn tweet, snap and post about their personal move-in experiences.
Fire Breaks Out On Freight Train In HartfordHartford police said three rail cars carrying construction debris and wood caught fire on the tracks.

World & National

EU Rules Apple Must Pay Up To $13 Billion In Back Taxes To IrelandThe ruling is the biggest salvo in the EU executive Commission's battle to have multinationals pay their fair share in the region.
Poll: Negative Views Of Presidential Nominees Reach Historic Highs Among VotersAccording to the poll, 35 percent of voters expressed negative views of both Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump -- the highest recorded percentage of negative outlook on record since 1984.
Man Dressed As Zorro Detained Before Panic At Los Angeles AirportA false report of gunshots that sent panicked travelers fleeing came right after officers with guns drawn detained a man dressed in black and possibly carrying a sword, Los Angeles airport officials said.
Campaign Manager: Trump's Immigration Stance 'Has Not Changed One Inch'A parade of Trump stand-ins, led by vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, couldn't say whether Trump was sticking with or changing a central promise to boot the roughly 11 million people living in the U.S. illegally.
Best Friends Find Out They Were Switched At Birth At Canadian HospitalFor years, people in the tiny community had gossiped about why the two men didn't look much like their parents.

Entertainment

Bruce Springsteen Helps Fan Pop The Question At MetLife Stadium ConcertOnce on stage, McCloskey told his girlfriend: "Jill, you're my best friend. I love you more than anyone else in the world. I love you more than music itself. Hell, I love you more than Bruce. Sorry, Bruce!"
Leslie Jones Website Hack Probed By Homeland Security After Nude Photos, Passport LeakedICE said Thursday that its New York office is investigating the hack that exposed personal information -- including the actress' passport and driver's license -- along with intimate photos of the "Saturday Night Live'' star.
Cher Slams Trump At Clinton Fundraiser; Likens Him To Stalin, HitlerCher unloaded a freewheeling barrage of insults at Donald Trump during a private fundraiser for Hillary Clinton on Sunday, comparing him to Hitler.
Boomer & Carton: Entertainment Superstar Usher Stops ByBoomer and Craig were thrilled to welcome singer/songwriter Usher into the Allstate Studio on Tuesday.
Official: Pills Found At Prince's Estate Contained FentanylSeveral pills taken from Prince's estate in Paisley Park after his death were counterfeit drugs that actually contained the powerful opioid fentanyl, an official close to the investigation told the Associated Press.

Politics

Huma Abedin Announces Separation From Anthony Weiner"After long and painful consideration and work on my marriage, I have made the decision to separate from my husband."
Trump: Kaepernick 'Should Find A Country That Works Better For Him'Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hinted San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick should leave the United States if he won't stand for the national anthem.
Attempts To Get Homeless Into Shelters Fail 99 Percent Of Time, Data ShowWith the city’s streets, parks and subways once again inundated with homeless people, there has been a startling discovery.
Donald Trump Ready To Clarify Immigration PolicyCBS2’s Dick Brennan reported this comes as Trump is now ready to clarify his immigration policy – a tricky political move for him.
Giuliani: Beyonce's VMA Performance 'A Shame'Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is criticizing Beyonce’s performance at MTV’s Video Music Awards.

Health & Well Being

New Glasses Allow Colorblind To See Spectrum Of BrillianceImagine not being able to see the colors in a rainbow, the red in a stop sign, or the green in a traffic light. It's reality for many, but a new pair of glasses is changing that.
Amid Criticism, Mylan Launching Generic $300 Version Of EpiPenMyland N.V. said that it anticipates having the generic versions available in the next several weeks. It will continue to market and distribute branded EpiPen.
Seen At 11: Cutting Edge Bunion Procedure A Big Step Toward Ending SufferingGlass’ surgical method uses a tiny -- rather than inches long -- incision. Shaving rather than breaking the bone means less trauma, and, he says, patients are on their feet the same day.
Federal Government: All U.S. Blood Banks Must Start Screening For ZikaThe government told all U.S. blood banks Friday to start screening for Zika, a major expansion intended to protect the nation's blood supply from the mosquito-borne virus.

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