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DEC Officer Saves Bald Eagle in Upstate New York
Some may complain, but New York during the winter is absolutely beautiful and has some perks. One of those perks is being able to take a front seat to nature. From the end of December through February New Yorkers are watching for eagle migration. Here in the Hudson Valley, Bowdoin Park is a popular
Weiner Goes Free: Stiff Sentence Turns Soft As Ex-Congressman Gets Early Release
After he helped change the course of US history by prompting the FBI to reopen its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server during the final days of the 2016 campaign, former New York Congressman and ex-husband of Hillary aide Huma Abedin has been released from federal pri
Watch: Diddy Goes In-In On His Staff In Cringe-Worthy Rant – “I Don’t Want To Do S**t!”
New York rap mogul Diddy isn’t afraid to show fans why his mind, body and soul are all priceless. The hip-hop veteran has shared footage of himself talking to his staff about not fulfilling their paid duties.
Braves get back to work as pitchers and catchers report
The week got off to a bit of a controversial start for the Atlanta Braves as team chairman Terry McGuirk and general manager Alex Anthopoulos addressed the growing criticism of the team’s offseason in an excellent interview with The Athletic’s Jeff Schultz and David O’Brien. I’m not going to rehash
Who Is Miranda Lambert’s New Husband Brendan McLoughlin?
Miranda Lambert just shocked the world with some unexpected news. On February 16, the country singer revealed on Instagram that she recently tied the knot with someone she’s never been seen in public with.
Tech looks for lessons from Amazon HQ2 fight
Amazon's decision to scrap its plans for a second headquarters in New York City, dubbed HQ2, stunned both the tech world and its critics this week, raising new questions about the industry's ambitious expansion plans and their dealings with state and local governments.
The plot to assassinate George Washington — and how it was foiled
It was the opening overture of the Revolutionary War. Boston had ditched its tea, Thomas Jefferson was finishing up the Declaration of Independence, and George Washington had brought the ragtag Continental Army to New York, where a British invasion was expected at any moment.
Betting odds released on where Odell Beckham Jr. will play next season
Odell Beckham, Jr., as strange as it sounds, became the most highly-paid wide receiver in league history an an inopportune time. The New York Giants superstar signed his five-year, $95 million contract extension on August 27th of last year, just days before his team kicked off the 2018 season. The G
Toy Fair New York Is Back!
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The latest and greatest toys are once again on display at the Javits Convention Center. As one of the largest toy trade shows on the planet, toy makers make sure to pull out all the stops — but it’s not all fun and games.
Her Daughters Died in a Fire as She Did Laundry. She Sobbed While Pleading Guilty.
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.]. Everything Haya Konte had ever dreamed of for herself and for her family in America perished in a matter of minutes on April 13, 2016.
Equestrian Heritage on Long Island
If you wanted to hunt foxes, play polo, or just train horses around New York in the late 1800s, Long Island was the place to go. On the latest episode of The Long Island History Project, we explore this equestrian heritage with our guest Katie Robbins. Our subject is Katie’s ancestor Clarence H. Rob
Long Island's taxing tax season
Jennifer and Paul Cellura planned to use their IRS refund to put up new fencing around their backyard in Huntington Station. And they were going to spend whatever was left on diapers and clothes for the new baby, due any day now.
Family Of Man Who Died Mysteriously At Notoriously Problematic New York Prison Demands Answers
An investigation is underway following the social media outcry over an incarcerated person’s death in a New York prison. Anthony Myrie, 24, was less than three months into his sentence when he died under mysterious circumstances, according to PIX11. He was serving a seven-year prison term for drug-r
Multiple manhole explosions in Manhattan lead to theater evacuation
NEW YORK — Flames shooting out from three manholes led to an evacuation from the New World Stages in Hells Kitchen Saturday night. The first manhole exploded near West 50th Street between 8th and 9th avenues shortly after 8 p.m. before two others followed.
Ball Hill Wind hearing may draw crowd
SILVER CREEK — The maximum capacity of the Silver Creek Central School auditorium is 768. Will it be enough room to accommodate everyone in attendance at the Ball Hill Wind Energy public statement hearing on Wednesday?
Beloved Dog Stolen From Car on Valentine's Day
A man says his beloved dog was stolen from his car on Valentine's Day, leaving him heartbroken and offering a reward for the safe return of the pooch. The dog, a Shih Tzu-Yorkie mix named Oliver, was in a car parked on Central Park Avenue in Scarsdale at about 8:30 p.m. on Valentine's, said owner St
Larry Elder: Black History Month, Racism and the Top Issues Affecting Blacks in America
February is Black History Month. The Epoch Times interviews best-selling author, attorney and talk show host Larry Elder about his unexpected views on black history, “institutional racism,” and what he sees as the number one issue affecting black Americans today.
New York City's de Blasio blames Amazon for caving on deal for new headquarters in city
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio laid the blame on Amazon deciding to pull up stakes on a new headquarters in the city squarely on the corporate behemoth, saying that the company just “took their ball and went home.”
Why Amazon’s huge plans for New York fell apart
Amazon’s plans for New York City were poised to become one of the largest economic-development projects in state history. Between 25,000 to 40,000 jobs in the Long Island City section of Queens. An estimated $27 billion in tax revenue, backed by $3 billion in state and local subsidies.
Police believe man fatally stabbed both parents in New Jersey home; Family car found at ShopRite
ENGLEWOOD, New Jersey (WABC) -- A man was taken into custody Saturday after police believe he fatally stabbed both of his parents in their Bergen County, New Jersey home. Officials say the couple, identified as Edward Boduch, 71, and Miroslawa Potocka, 72, was stabbed to death by one of their sons i