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Victory For Outsiders In New Hampshire As Sanders, Trump Win Primaries; Kasich Second For GOPDemocrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump were the winners of the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire Tuesday.
Presidential Candidates Push For Votes Ahead Of New Hampshire PrimaryThe presidential candidates are making their final pitch to New Hampshire voters ahead of Tuesday's primary.
Mamaroneck High School Students Experience Politics Firsthand In New HampshireA group of Mamaroneck High School students was in New Hampshire this week, working on campaigns and getting firsthand experience in the political process.
Tribeca Collapse Among Many NYC Incidents Involving CranesThere are many concerns and unanswered questions as the investigation continues into a fatal crane collapse that left one person dead and three others injured in Tribeca.
CBS2 Exclusive: Resident Says Homeless Shelter Murder Suspect Had Been Unstable For Some TimeShocking details were revealed Friday about the near-decapitation of a former teacher in an East Harlem homeless shelter.
Man Stabbed To Death At East Harlem Homeless Shelter; Worries Mount About SecurityPolice said a 62-year-old man was stabbed in the neck inside the Boulevard Homeless Shelter at 2027 Lexington Ave. just before midnight.
Ted Cruz Mocks Trump's Decision To Back Out Of GOP DebateTrump pulled out of the debate because Fox News refused to replace Megyn Kelly as the debate moderator.
Ex-Champ, Lawmakers Push For Legal Mixed Martial Arts In N.Y.Former mixed martial arts champion Chris Weidman wants his title back and wants to fight in New York, where the sport is banned.
Sources: Bloomberg Willing To Spend $1B On Possible Presidential BidFormer New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is taking a look at the 2016 presidential landscape, putting the pieces in place for a possible presidential run
City To Conduct Annual Homeless Headcount On MondayNew York City may still be digging out from this weekend’s snowstorm when Monday comes around, but that will not stop a headcount of homeless people living on the street.
Critics: De Blasio Horse Carriage Deal Is Political Favor, Will Cost Many JobsMayor Bill de Blasio talks about creating jobs and paying people at least $15 per hour, but some have questioned whether he is walking the walk.
Saga Of Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin To Appear On Big ScreenThe saga of U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner and his wife, top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, will soon be coming in living color to a movie theater near you.

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