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Trial To Begin For Teen Accused Of Deadly School Stabbing In The BronxA pre-trial hearing is underway for a teenager accused in a deadly school stabbing in the Bronx. Prosecutors say Abel Cedeno fatally stabbed classmate 15-year-old Matthew McCree and critically injured 16-year-old Ariane Laboy. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
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New York Marijuana Legalization: Bill Stalls In LegislatureLast minute negotiations to legalize recreational marijuana in New York before the end of the legislative session have apparently fallen through. CBS2's Marica Kramer reports.
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NXIVM Sex Cult Trial Heads To JuryThe case against alleged sex-cult leader Keith Raniere could go to the jury today.
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