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Jun 10, 2013

"Pippin," Lauper Wins Make for Tony's Best Moments

"Pippin," Lauper Wins Make for Tony's Best Moments

Tom Hanks didn’t win a Tony, Cicely Tyson did, and the sentimental American musical “Kinky Boots” upset the tight British import “Matilda” for the evening’s top prize

Dec 21, 2012

Gooding Jr., Williams Sign on for "Bountiful"

Gooding Jr., Williams Sign on for "Bountiful"

Condola Rashad, a 2012 Tony nominee for "Stick Fly," also joins the cast

Dec 4, 2012

Cicely Tyson to Star in "Bountiful"

Cicely Tyson to Star in "Bountiful"

Turn as Carrie Watts in Horton Foote drama marks return to Broadway after three decades

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Infant Found After Being Taken From Home by Father: Police

Infant Found After Being Taken From Home by Father: Police

A three-month-old boy was found hours after being taken from his home by his father in upstate New York, according to the state police.

NJ Mother Who Shot, Killed Kids Dies: Police

NJ Mother Who Shot, Killed Kids Dies: Police

A New Jersey mother accused of shooting her three kids in her bedroom before turning the gun on herself has died, according New Jersey State Police.

Parents Charged After Infant Daughter Accidentally Shot

Parents Charged After Infant Daughter Accidentally Shot

The parents of a 9-month-old girl who was accidentally shot in her Brooklyn home are being criminally charged, investigators said Sunday.

4 Stabbed After Bronx Restaurant Argument

4 Stabbed After Bronx Restaurant Argument

An argument at a Bronx restaurant turned violent Sunday when someone stabbed four people, police said.

Woman Charged With DWI in Fatal Head-On Crash

Woman Charged With DWI in Fatal Head-On Crash

A Long Island woman faces DWI charges after a head-on collision that killed another motorist. Suffolk County police say 70-year-old Jeanne Grazia, of Islip, was pronounced dead at a hospital following the crash...

Judge To Rule on Confession in Etan Patz Case

Judge To Rule on Confession in Etan Patz Case

A judge was due to rule Monday on a key piece of evidence in the case surrounding the 1979 disappearance of Etan Patz, one of the first missing children ever pictured on a milk carton.