Anti-Bullying Campaign Brings Tears to Gay Teacher’s Eyes

It would be an ideal world if everyone were more like Brad Reifler and just respected everyone else for who and what they are. Unfortunately, that is not the...

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Big Numbers Of Americans Want States To Have Freedom Over Marijuana Legalization

When polled, two-thirds of Americans say that they want to have some safe haven for the states in the matter of marijuana legalization. They would like a law to...

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Skout Helping New Yorkers Form New Friendships and Romantic Relationships

When I was new to the city, and I really wanted a friend to talk to, and even hang out with, I needed a little help. I’m a pretty...

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Research Thy Name is Sam Tabar

Do your research. That is what hometown NYC investment strategist and attorney Sam Tabar would probably tell you is the first step in building, maintaining and leveraging capital. “The...

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Postal Worker Saves the Life of a Small Boy

Is there anything more routine than waking up in the morning and checking your mail? In fact it is so normal and so integrated into our lives that we...

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Rare Snowstorm Strands Hundreds and Kills Five

Mid-November is not exactly the time of year that the majority of the country braces for winter snowstorms, but a particularly big storm with huge snowfall did occur. At least...

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Suspect Sought

NYPD are searching for a suspect who pushed a 61-year-old in front of a subway train. Andrew Heiberger says the victim, Wai Kuen Kwok was struck by a train...

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New York City Strip Club Has to Pay $10M in Class Action Settlement

Rick’s Cabaret in New York City has been ordered by a federal judge to pay $10 million in back wages to over 2,000 current and former exotic dancers. The...

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NYC Building 10,000 Pylons for Free Wi-Fi

Payphones have disappeared from society. In place of payphones, New York City is planning on building 10,000 Internet Pylons in order to provide free Wi-Fi to the public. These...

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Window Washers Rescued From New York’s Tallest Skyscraper

Two men were at the center of attention in Manhattan’s Financial District as they got trapped in a scaffold on the World Trade Center. Juan Lopez and Juan Lizama...

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Suspect Sought

NYPD are searching for a suspect who pushed a 61-year-old in front of a subway train. Andrew Heiberger says...