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World Pride Kicks Off In NYC With Opening Ceremony At Barclays CenterThe Barclays Center was home to a celebration Wednesday night as the LGBTQ community came together in pride.
Campaign 2020: De Blasio, Cory Booker Spar With Fellow Candidates In First Democratic DebateMayor Bill de Blasio and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker were in the mix, doing their best to steal the spotlight from the top tier candidates.
12-Year-Old Boy Dies After Drowning In New Jersey LakeIt's believed the 12-year-old may have gotten stuck under a dock. Dive teams pulled the boy from the water, but he couldn't be saved.
NYPD Union Heads To Miami, Protests Mayor De Blasio On His Big Night At Democratic DebateThe hometown crowd has come out in a big way for Bill de Blasio – but they’re not cheering him on, they’re letting Democrats know he’s not even liked in his own city.
NYPD Claims Thousands Of Racial Bias Cases Against Officers Could Not Be Proven, Shocking Report FindsNYPD received nearly 2,500 biased complaints between 2014 and 2018, Zero were substantiated by the NYPD.
In Effort To Combat Bullying, Instagram Rethinking 'Likes'Could the "Like" button as we know it on Instagram be changing? The head of the social media giant says it's possible.
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Port Authority Plan Calls For Hikes At Bridges, Tunnels And Area AirportsThe cost of commuting in our area could be going way up.
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State-Appointed Fiscal Monitor Could Be Coming To Troubled Suffolk County School DistrictA bill to bring rare oversight to a school district on Long Island is headed to the governor's desk.
Study: Not All Types Of Sitting Are Equally UnhealthyA study found people who were couch potatoes for four or more hours of TV a day had a 50 percent greater risk compared to those who watched less than two hours. 
Police: Men Broke Into Long Island Nature Preserve, Made Goat Swallow BeerPolice say a pair of vandals broke into a Long Island nature preserve and harassed the animals.
Gov. Cuomo Opens Calls To Rebuild On World Trade Center Site 5Gov. Andrew Cuomo is taking a step forward towards the rebuilding part of the World Trade Center site.
Woman Fundraising To Help All Families Afford Access To Jersey Shore BeachesThe Jersey Shore ocean front is becoming so expensive, many families who live just blocks away can't afford it.
Estranged Husband Breaks Silence As Lawyer Says Jennifer Dulos May Have Carried Out ‘Revenge Suicide’Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband of missing Connecticut mother Jennifer Dulos, spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time since his arrest.
Queens District Attorney: Too Close To Call Between Tiffany Caban And Melinda KatzWith over 90 percent of precincts reporting, Caban reportedly has a 39-38 percent lead over Katz.
Queens Store Clerk Choked, Stabbed In Neck During RobberyPolice are looking for a man who they say choked and dragged a 21-year-old store clerk before another suspect stabbed the victim in the neck.
Nursing Home Celebrates 3 Couples' 60+ Years Of MarriageSome special couples on Long Island are honoring their legacy of love by celebrating more than 60 years of marriage.
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Campaign 2020: Mayor De Blasio, Sen. Booker Set For First Democratic DebateThe first round of Democratic candidates for president will face off in a debate tonight in Miami.
Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths: Delta Air Lines Now Allowing Passengers To Cancel Without PenaltyDelta Air Lines is giving passengers to one of the Dominican Republic's airports the right to change or cancel tickets without the usual penalty.
NY Comptroller Goes After Facebook For Mishandling Personal Data, Fake News And Hate SpeechNew York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has written to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg demanding big changes in corporate governance.
New Video Shows Pride Flag Set On Fire Outside Harlem Gay BarNew video released Wednesday morning shows a man accused of burning pride flags in Harlem.
Several Manhole Fires In Brooklyn Knock Out Power To Over 100 ResidentsThe FDNY says they responded to six manhole fires in Clinton Hill around 6 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Rent Hike Approved For NYC Residents In Rent Stabilized ApartmentsThe Board's 5-4 Tuesday approved a 1.5 percent increase on one-year leases and a 2.5 percent hike on two-year leases.
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Small Earthquake Reported In Long Island CityIf you were in Long Island City Tuesday night and felt the ground shake – it wasn’t a subway – it was an earthquake.
Police Commissioner O'Neill Implores Public To Provide Information In Rash Of Stray-Bullet ShootingsThey are dodging bullets and fearing for their lives. Many New Yorkers are concerned after eight shootings this month that left at least 10 innocent victims wounded by stray bullets.
Queens District Attorney: Primary Race Between Tiffany Caban And Melinda Katz Too Close To CallWith over 90 percent of precincts reporting, Caban reportedly has a 39-38 percent lead over Katz.

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MTA's Plan To Crack Down On CriminalsThe MTA is moving to ban those who continuously commit crimes against riders and workers on the city's subways and buses. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
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