Alex Silverman

'Man In The High Castle' Subway Ads, Featuring Nazi Symbols, Removed From TrainsA set of controversial subway ads featuring what appear to be Nazi symbols has been removed, following a livid response.
Farm Owners Appeal $13,000 Fine For Denying Lesbian WeddingMelissa and Jennie McCarthy, who now live in NYC, filed a complaint with the Human Rights Division against Liberty Ridge Farm in 2012, after being denied to wed there.
De Blasio Calls Christie 'Embarrassment' For Comment On Syrian RefugeesThe attacks in Paris have Tri-State Area politicians sounding off about what to do about Syrian refugees headed for the United States.
17 Men, 2 Women File Sex Abuse Suit Against Conn. Boy Scouts ChaptersThe suit alleges that a now-deceased Ridgefield scoutmaster abused the defendants when they were children in the 1960s and 1970s.
Deliveryman Critically Hurt By Falling Tree In BrooklynThe man was riding by on his bicycle around 1 p.m. when the tree fell into the street at Pioneer and Richards streets next to Coffey Park in Red Hook.
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.
Chopper 2 Struck By Laser Over Brooklyn; Other Stations' Helicopters Also HitThe most recent case of people pointing lasers at aircraft hit close to home for CBS2 Wednesday.
Daily Fantasy Sports Sites Might Fight NY Betting Ban In CourtIn a statement, DraftKings responded saying, "fantasy sports is a game of skill and legal under New York state law."
1 Dead, 2 Wounded In Shooting Near Penn StationIt happened just after 6 a.m. at the entrance to the subway station at 35th Street and Eighth Avenue.
Correction Officers Rally On City Hall Steps, Say De Blasio Not Concerned About Their Safety Correction officers, angry over the slashing of an officer at Rikers Island last week, rallied in front of City Hall on Monday.
Exploring Lower Manhattan's 10-Lane Highway That Almost WasWhat if a 10-lane highway were sliced straight across lower Manhattan? A new exhibit near City Hall explores that very real episode in New York’s history.
Opening Statements Begin In Trial Of Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon SilverA prosecutor has kicked off former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's corruption trial by saying he used his "enormous power'' to make about $5 million illegally.
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