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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 'The Standard Mammogram Is Missing 50% Of Breast Cancer Diagnoses'October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and here are a few tips from an expert for women of all ages to keep in mind.
MLB Owners Approve Sale Of New York Mets To Steve Cohen; De Blasio Says There's No Objection From CityCiti Field is actually on land owned by the city, and the lease agreement prevents the transfer of ownership to a felon, or a person who has controlled a felon. 
'Stimulus Package Would've Had To Be Passed In July, August' To Impact Election, Pundit SaysAs Americans head to the polls, the economy has not received a much-needed second round of stimulus, nor is it likely to in the coming months.
New York DMV Warns Drivers Receiving Fake Text Messages In Phishing ScamAccording to the DMV, the fake texts tell drivers they must update their contact information to comply with Real ID regulations and include a link to a fake DMV website.
Heavy, Wet Snow Coats Ground In Hewitt, New Jersey; Cold Temps Expected TonightCBS2's John Elliott said it was a heavy, wet snow -- perfect for making snowballs.
NYPD: Woman Attacked In Subway Station Over $2Police say the victim, a 28-year-old woman, was buying a MetroCard at the 205th Street and Perry Avenue D train station in the Bronx. They say the victim was approached by another woman, who offered to open the gate to the subway for $2.
NYPD Searching For Suspect Accused Of Attacking 78-Year-Old Man With Wooden Grill BrushThe victim was on his way home in Hell's Kitchen when the suspect approached from behind and knocked him on the head.
Stop Work Order Issued After Spinning Crane Sends Large Slabs Of Metal Falling Onto Midtown StreetAuthorities were able to secure the crane, but they still have streets and sidewalks around the area closed off just in case it happens again.