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Ready, Set, Shop! Millions Hit The Malls To Score Black Friday DealsThe Super Bowl of shopping had an early start again this year, but the game isn't over yet.
Police Coax Woman Down From Catwalk On Brooklyn BridgeDespite extremely tight security at the Brooklyn Bridge, an incident Friday afternoon had police scrambling to rescue a woman in a very dangerous place.
Volunteers And Celebrities Give To Those In Need This ThanksgivingMany charities and places of worship have opened their doors Thursday to serve Thanksgiving meals to the hungry.
Police: Armed Robbery Of Pier 1 Store In Huntington Station May Be Linked To Other HoldupsA man carrying a gun and with his face covered walked in and forced employees and customers to the back of the store, police said.
Councilman: Baby-Snatching May Have Been Behind Deadly Bronx StabbingThe incident took place at around 2:30 p.m. at East 241st Street and Monticello Avenue in the Wakefield section.
Mississippi Firefighter Receives Groundbreaking Face Transplant At NYC HospitalA Mississippi volunteer firefighter badly burned in a fire 14 years ago has received the most extensive face transplant ever performed.
New York Stock Exchange, 9/11 Memorial Hold Moments Of Silence To Honor Paris Attack VictimsPeople at the New York Stock Exchange and National September 11 Memorial & Museum paused Monday morning to honor the victims of the Paris attacks.
Councilman Revives Plan To Allow For Parking Privileges For Pregnant WomenSome New York City Council members on Thursday were proposing a special parking pass for certain pregnant women.
Commission To Weigh In On Possible Raise For Mayor, City CouncilmembersMayor Bill de Blasio, City Council members, and other elected city leaders may soon be getting a pay raise.
9/11 Responders: GOP Resistance To Permanent Zadroga Act Is 'Un-American'New York's members of Congress said they were gaining bipartisan support for a bill making the Zadroga Act permanent before a proposal by Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Virginia, surfaced.
City Council Considers New Rules For AirbnbThe New York City Council is considering a trio of bills taking on Airbnb.
Students Sent Home Early After Phone Threats Lock Down Fairfield SchoolsAll public schools in Fairfield, Connecticut, have been dismissed early after a lockdown in response to phoned-in gun and bomb threats.
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