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One of five ancient coins that was returned to the Greek government by the Manhattan District Attorney's office after a collector's prosecution. (Credit: CBS 2)

Manhattan DA Returns Ancient Coins To Greece After Collector’s Prosecution

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office returned five ancient coins to the government of Greece Monday, after the prosecution of a prominent collector from Rhode Island.

08/04/2014

This high school ring was returned from Naxos, Greece, almost 42 years after it was stolen from a Staten Island couple. (Credit: Jessica Schneider/CBS 2)

Stolen Class Ring From Staten Island Returned Over 40 Years Later

A Staten Island couple thought their stolen ring was gone for good, but on Thursday night – nearly 42 years later – it was back in their hands.

07/14/2014

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The 25 Best Beaches In The World

After months of polar vortexes it’s finally almost time to lay out in the sun and sand. To help get the ball rolling, we rounded up the 25 best beaches in the world.

04/23/2014

Russian And Turkish Bath House Hosts Valentine's Day Party

Study: More Frequent Sex Means Higher Earnings

New Yorkers on Sunday were weighing in on a recent study in Germany, which concluded that people who have sex more often are more likely to command higher salaries.

08/18/2013

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Liguori: Should We Follow Lead Of Ancient Greece? Thoughts On Armstrong Debacle

Don’t you just want our high-profile athletes to be honorable and right again?

10/16/2012

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Bullied School Bus Monitor Karen Klein Announces That She’s Retiring

The 68-year-old suburban Rochester grandmother said that she’s not quitting because of what happened on the last day of school in June, when four seventh-grade students taunted her with profanity, insults and threats during a school-bus run.

07/28/2012

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Students That Bullied Upstate Bus Monitor Karen Klein Suspended For 1 Year

The middle school students who tormented a bus aide in Upstate New York have been suspended from school for one year.

06/29/2012

Karen Klein (credit: CBS 2)

Boys That Humiliated Upstate Bus Monitor Receive Threats; Donations Grow To More Than $500K

Ten minutes of humiliation led to action and an outpouring of support for an upstate grandmother. In only three days, school bus monitor Karen Klein has turned into an Internet celebrity.

06/22/2012

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Plight Of Bus Monitor Bullied By Middle Schoolers Gets Overwhelming Response From Public

The 10-minute cell phone video that was posted to YouTube shows 68-year-old Karen Klein trying her best to ignore a stream of profanity and insults.

06/21/2012

FILE - Traders work on the trading floor at the New York Stock Exchange on September 9, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Late Rally Pushes Indexes Higher; Stocks See 2nd Gain In September

A late afternoon rally pushed the stock market higher for only the second day this month.

09/12/2011

NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view of the match between Ecuador and Greece on June 7, 2011 at Citi Field. (credit: Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Citi Field Hosts Ecuador-Greece, Nearly 40K Fans In Soccer Debut

Citi Field was at near capacity on Tuesday. Fans in the stadium were going bananas. And the Mets were out of town.

WFAN–06/08/2011

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Ecuador, Greece To Play Soccer Game At Citi Field

Ecuador and Greece will meet in an exhibition soccer game at Citi Field on June 7th. It will be the first ever soccer match held at Citi Field, which is home to the New York Mets.

WFAN–05/05/2011

Nenad Krstic, left, of Serbia throws a chair toward Greece's Yannis Bouroussis, third left, who did not take part in the game, during the Acropolis tournament at the indoor Olympic stadium of Athens, Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010. The friendly basketball tournament finished in a brawl as the last game between Serbia and Greece was abandoned with 2:40 to go when a fight broke out and the benches cleared on Thursday. (AP Photo/Icon, Yiannis Liakos)

Krstic Released After Greece Basketball Brawl

Serbia basketball player Nenad Krstic, a center for the Oklahoma City Thunder, was released Friday after being held in police custody overnight following a chaotic brawl during a match with Greece.

WFAN–08/20/2010