Alex Lichtenstein Arraigned For Alleged NYPD Gun Licensing BribesA man accused of bribing NYPD officers to get gun licenses was in court on Monday. The allegations were art of a federal corruption probe.
Inspector Who Was To Clean Up NYPD Licensing Division Abruptly QuitsIn a new twist in the NYPD corruption scandal, a top official who was brought in to clean up the gun licensing division has suddenly quit.
West Point Probes Photo Featuring Uniformed Cadets With Raised FistsThe United States Military Academy at West Point is investigating a photo of cadets in uniform with their fists raised in the air.
Interview: Find A New Furry Friend At Brooklyn's Super Adoption EventNext weekend you'll get your pick at the Super Pet Adoption, held at the Brooklyn Expo Center from May 13-15.
Interview: Tips And Tricks To Keeping Your Spring Allergies Under ControlWith the swift changes in weather we've had, 2016 is shaping up for a very rough allergy season, with experts predicting it to be one of the worst seasons we've had in awhile.
Statue Wrenched From Base, Stolen From Brooklyn Church RectoryThieves stole a beloved statue from a Brooklyn church this past weekend, and it was all caught on camera.
Trump Easily Wins Indiana, Sweeps Toward Nomination With Cruz OutDonald Trump was projected as the winner of the Indiana Republican primary the minute the last polls closed Tuesday, and was a hair away from being named presumptive nominee with rival Ted Cruz out.
Ted Cruz Taps Carly Fiorina As Vice Presidential NomineeDespite being mathematically eliminated from clinching the Republican nomination, Sen. Ted Cruz has picked a running mate.
Seen At 11: New York Town Takes Woman's Rental Property After She Didn't Pay $1,700 Water BillA New York town took a woman’s rental property after she didn’t pay her water bill.
CBS News' Dickerson: Final New York Delegate Counts Will Determine Next Steps For Both RacesIn winning the New York primary Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton had captured 129 more delegates as of 11 p.m., while Donald Trump had taken 84.
De Blasio Announces Plan To Combat Zika Virus In NYCThe plan includes monitoring and controlling the mosquito population, expanding the capacity to meet the demands of increased testing of pregnant women and launching an awareness campaign.
Seen At 11: College Is Expensive, But It's Possible To Significantly Cut CostsAs many as 7 out of 10 college grads are nearly $30,000 in debt today, but there are ways to cut those costs.

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