Police: Man Follows Woman Into Hunter College After Groping Her On SubwayA man followed a woman into her classroom at Hunter College after groping her at a Manhattan subway station, police said.
Keidel: Mets Are Back From The Brink, Legit Playoff Contenders AgainAfter winning seven of their last nine games, the Mets (67-64) are tied with the Miami Marlins in pursuit of the second wild-card spot, with three more games to play against each other this week.
Rodney Harrison: Colin Kaepernick Isn't Really Black, Doesn't Understand PlightKaepernick ignited a national controversy after refusing to stand for “The Star-Spangled Banner” on Friday before the 49ers preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. He said he was protesting against "a country that oppresses black people and people of color."
Liguori: Retractable Stadium Roof Is Talk Of The US OpenIt's truly an engineering feat that took three years to build, over a dozen years to plan and $150 million of private money to complete.
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.
LI Teen Arrested After Jumping From Fire Island Ferry, Police SayA Long Island teenager has been arrested after jumping off a Fire Island ferry boat Monday night, according to authorities.
PHOTOS: US Open, Day 1Photo highlights from Day 1 of the US Open in Flushing, Queens.
NYPD: 81-Year-Old Man Hit By FDNY Ambulance, DiesAccording to police, the man was hit on the corner of East 14th Street and 2nd Avenue at around 2:20 p.m on Monday.
Seen At 11: Parent Shaming Troubling New Trend Emerging On Social MediaParent shaming is becoming a troubling new trend on social media.
Water Main Break Floods Streets, Disrupts Service On Upper West SideA water main break disrupted service late Monday on the Upper West Side.
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."
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.

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