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Largest Class In School History Graduates From Rutgers

Rutgers University graduated the largest class in school history Sunday.


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Homemade Mother’s Day Gifts Kids Of All Ages Can Make

For a unique Mother’s Day gift, you can’t go wrong with a homemade craft from your child. The following crafts are geared to specific ages, but all are sure to delight mom.


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Evan Roberts’ 2013 MLB Season Preview And Predictions

It’s hilarious how everyone wants to claim the Yankees may finish in last or will be the new-age ’65 team. Meanwhile, in Queens…


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Report: Mariano Rivera Plans To Retire After 2013 Season

It seems Mo will call it a career after one last season in the Bronx — and the announcement is reportedly set for Saturday.


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Bloomberg Begins Final Year In Office

This New Year marks the final year in office for Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and his resolution for 2013 is to remain relevant – even as New York City focuses on choosing his successor.


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First Baby Of 2013 Born At Queens Hospital

Olivia was not supposed to arrive until January 4th, but during a doctor’s appointment on Monday new mother Rose Marie Espinal found out that the baby had other plans.


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Cleanup Crews Descend On Times Square After New York City Rings In The New Year With Massive Celebration

When the celebration was over sanitation workers swept through Times Square to clean up the mess. They told CBS 2’s Kathryn Brown that visitors are often awestruck by their post New Year’s task.


Revelers in Times Square on New Year's Eve get festive with NIVEA accessories and products at Times Square on December 31, 2012 in New York City. (Credit: Brad Barket/Getty Images for NIVEA)

Revelers Crowd Times Square To Ring In 2013

The festivities joined a slew of others around the globe, from fireworks in Sydney and Hong Kong to the first public countdown in years in Myanmar.


People celebrate the New Year on Times Square in New York, January 1, 2013. (Credit: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

New York Welcomes 2013 With Hope

A teeming, cheering crowd of 1 million filled Times Square as the ball dropped in Times Square, as New York City and the world said goodbye to 2012 and welcomed a new year and a clean slate for 2013.


The number 13 arrives at Times Square for the 2013 New Years Eve Countdown, at Times Square on December 19, 2012.  (credit: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images)

Number ’13’ Arrives In Times Square For New Year’s Eve Celebration

To quell the fears of superstitious revelers, the number will be surrounded by 13 good luck charms, including a four-leaf clover and a Buddha statue, to combat it’s unlucky reputation.


Bellevue Hospital was evacuated on Oct. 31, 2012 due to damage by megastorm Sandy. (credit: CBS 2)

Bellevue, Coney Island Hospitals Won’t Fully Reopen Until Next Year

It will be 2013 before Bellevue and Coney Island hospitals fully recover from the storm.


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Reports: Mets Pick Up 2013 Options On Dickey, Wright

The Mets have picked up the 2013 options for David Wright and R.A. Dickey as the team continues to work on contract extensions for the two stars, according to multiple reports.


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Silverman: Tigers, Yankees Simply Not Worth The Price

If you are of a mind to make a futures bet, think twice about plunking your money down on next year’s World Series favorites.


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Andy Pettitte Not Ruling Out Return To Yankees In 2013

In just his ninth start, Andy Pettitte’s much-discussed comeback season was painfully put on hold. The Yankees hope the veteran lefty will be able to contribute to the team’s stretch run in September. But what about next season?


New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg - Jun 28, 2012 (credit: Kristen Artz / Mayor's Office)

New York City Officials Seal Budget Deal

New York City officials have concluded their annual budget dance with an agreement that preserves child care, classrooms and other threatened programs, but uncertainty surrounding parts of the plan could lead to more than $600 million in cuts midway through the year.