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Trump Points Out That Supporter Said Cruz Is 'A P***y' At New Hampshire RallyDonald Trump chastised a person who called Republican presidential rival Ted Cruz a "p***y" at a rally in New Hampshire Monday night, but went on to repeat the word as he quoted the supporter.
Seen At 11: Thrill-Seekers Hop On 'Extreme Kidnapping' TrendHave recent real-life kidnappings inspired a bizarre fascination with the very serious crime?
Parts Of Long Island Hit With Heavy Snow; Another System ComingSnow fell across the Tri-State area throughout the day Monday, particularly along Long Island where some areas got more than six inches.
Metro-North Trains Delayed After Truck Gets Wedged Under 125th Street OverpassMetro-North Trains were delayed Monday night, after a truck got stuck under the 125th Street overpass in Harlem.
Suspect In Upper East Side Robbery, Sex Assault Tried To Return Cash To Terror Stricken VictimThe suspect in a robbery and sexual assault on the Upper East Side tried to give money back to his victim.
Winter Storm Brings Flooding In Queens; More Flooding ExpectedA winter storm moving up the East Coast caused major flooding in parts of Queens.
Schumer Urges Dept. Of Justice To Crack Down On IRS ScammersSchumer is urging the Department of Justice to crack down on the IRS scams, a fraud scheme the politician says is "spreading like wildfire."
De Blasio Defends Plans For Police Anti-Bias Training Following Criticism From SBA PresidentThe mayor touched on the "Implicit Bias" training program in his State Of The City address. He said officers would be trained to "help overcome the biases that reside in all of us."
Presidential Candidates Push For Votes Ahead Of New Hampshire PrimaryThe presidential candidates are making their final pitch to New Hampshire voters ahead of Tuesday's primary.
Giuliani: Beyonce Used Super Bowl Halftime Show 'To Attack Police Officers'The former New York City mayor called it "outrageous," saying the pop superstar disrespected police officers across the nation.
De Blasio Says He'll Revive Carriage Horse Ban As Union Demands ProbeThe Teamsters union pulled out of a deal last week that would have restricted the horses to a portion of Central Park and restrict pedicabs.
Bharara Comes To Albany, Vows Aggressive Fight Against CorruptionFederal prosecutor Preet Bharara has taken his anti-corruption fight to Albany, the heart of the state government he has sharply criticized for cronyism and insider politics.

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