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If you take a wider lens to Tebow, you’ll see he’s one of us, a working stiff who’s just trying to get a job. He harms no one, helps many, and is the very role mode we allegedly covet.
A Long Island man who spent 17 years in prison before a court ruled he was innocent in his parents’ murder is exploring possibly running for Congress.
Following spring break, a honking, hissing, flapping gander started swooping down and chasing people in the lot near the school’s auditorium.
With higher expectations for 2015, three of the first seven home crowds exceeded 41,000 and two others were around 39,000.
Iona Costello and her 14-year-old daughter Emily had been missing for three weeks after coming into Manhattan for a quick vacation.
Sen. Charles Schumer is introducing legislation to deter “swatting,” a new crime trend that’s costing law enforcement thousands of dollars.
At 65, retired teacher Richard Albero from New Jersey found himself asking the big questions: “What’s it all about? Why am I here? What have I done?”
Can they continue to weather the storm? It won’t be easy, and the challenge just got more daunting. But maybe there’s something special about this team. It certainly feels that way early on.
The career hits leader, who agreed to a lifetime ban from the sport 26 years ago, has been hired by Fox as a guest studio analyst.
It’s Tebow Time in the City of Brotherly Love. The most polarizing backup quarterback in football is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Eagles on Monday.
Of course, this could all turn into one big mirage. A better test comes up Monday night, when the Bombers start a four-game set against the 10-2 Tigers.
Armoni Sexton was a top scorer and rebounder on the varsity team at the Paterson Charter School for Science and Technology.
The audit made 18 recommendations to Animal Care & Control, which the non-profit and the city say have already been started on.
Of the 15 subjects the parents group NYC Kids PAC graded de Blasio on, the mayor receive three F’s and five D’s.
According to pioneering former General Manager Joel Chaseman, the move came after Westinghouse Broadcasting expressed concerns in 1964 with the New York radio station it had purchased two years earlier.