Palladino: A-Rod’s Status Typifies Yankees’ ProblemsThe idea of platooning Alex Rodriguez, five homers away from 700 and holding a .296 career batting average, against left-handers would have been unthinkable even a year ago. But there he was, taking a start at DH Tuesday only because Rangers starter Cole Hamels throws left-handed.
Man Wanted In Connection To 8 Robberies Throughout BrooklynPolice are searching for a man they say is linked to multiple robberies throughout Brooklyn.
PBA President Actively Seeking Challengers Against De BlasioThe head of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association is claiming City Hall's policies are handcuffing NYPD cops and preventing them from doing their jobs.
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NYC Food Truck Lunch: Garlic Sausage Jian Bing From The Flying PigFor the past few months, we've been hearing about a food truck that serves jian bing, but tracking it down has been elusive. We were not familiar with jian bing, but the best way to describe it is as a stuffed savory Chinese crepe.
Fired Coach Art Briles Lambastes BaylorHis personal attorney Ernest Cannon, said the school was using the coach as a scapegoat for its failings in handling allegations of sexual assault.
How Safe Are The Adults Watching Over Your Children At Summer Camps?Millions of kids will soon head off to summer camp, but just who is watching them and have they gone through the type of background check parents expect?
Town To Open Special Needs Inclusive Playground In Old BethpageSome special needs children in local neighborhoods feel left out, especially when it comes to playground equipment in neighborhood parks.
Cuban Star Cleared To Sign With MLB Team, Has Reportedly Expressed Interest In YankeesA Cuban baseball superstar is on the free agent market and is reportedly interested in joining the Yankees.
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Iran Bans Goalie For Infractions, Including Wearing 'SpongeBob' Pants
Cincinnati Zoo Reopens Gorilla Exhibit Where Boy Fell Into EnclosureThe Cincinnati Zoo reopened its gorilla exhibit with a higher, reinforced barrier installed after a boy got into the exhibit and was dragged by a 400-pound gorilla, which was then shot and killed.