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Giving Tuesday A Growing Holiday Tradition For PhilanthropistsGiving Tuesday started at the 92nd Street Y in 2012. Donations have grown dramatically since.
Service Restored After New Water Main Break In HobokenWorkers have finished repairs to another water main break in Hoboken, the third in just eight days.
N.J. Sheriff Under Investigation After Anti-Muslim Facebook RantOfficer Alex Pino's Facebook post is laden with hateful and inflammatory language -- including a comment about tearing down all mosques.
Online Shoppers Hunt Down Deals On Cyber MondayExperts project nearly half of holiday shopping will be done online this season.
Connecticut Senator Calls For Regulations On Recreational Drone UseSen. Richard Blumenthal said he would like to see some simple rules for drones.
Cuomo Blasts De Blasio On Homelessness At Brooklyn Charity EventWhen asked about hunger at a Campaign Against Hunger event in Bed-Stuy, Cuomo turned the conversation to the homelessness issue in New York City.
Prosecutor: Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Took BribesA federal prosecutor says former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was involved in bribery schemes that made him millions of dollars.
Emergency Responders Conduct Active-Shooter Drill In Lower Manhattan Subway StationIt's preparation for any potential attacks against the city and was planned before the Paris attacks.
Plane With Christie On Board Gets Stuck In San Francisco After Passenger Is RemovedNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie found himself stuck in San Francisco Friday, after police pulled a passenger off a plane on which the governor was traveling.
Mayor De Blasio Honors Correction Officer And FDNY Lieutenant For Acts Of HeroismDuring a ceremony at City Hall, the mayor presented Certificates of Recognition to correction officer Daniel Leites and FDNY lieutenant Adam Vilagos for their acts of heroism.
Bratton On New ISIS Video: 'Be Aware, But Don't Be Afraid'Police Commissioner Bill Bratton reiterated Thursday that the Islamic State video showing images of Times Square appears to have used old footage and there have been no new specific threats.
US Muslims Face Backlash After Paris AttacksMuslims around the U.S. are facing backlash following the deadly attacks in Paris, including vandalism to mosques and Islamic centers, hate-filled phone and online messages and threats of violence.
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