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Security Breach at JFK, 11 People Not Screened: Officials

Security Breach at JFK, 11 People Not Screened: Officials

Authorities are investigating a security breach at John F. Kennedy Airport Monday morning in which 11 people went through checkpoints at John F. Kennedy Airport without being screened Monday morning, with three of them setting off metal detectors, TSA and Port Authority officials say.

Girl Plays 1st Game on Boys Basketball Team After Expulsion

Girl Plays 1st Game on Boys Basketball Team After Expulsion

A New Jersey seventh grader finally hit the hardwood with her school's boys basketball team on Sunday after her parents took her school to court fighting for her right to play.

NY Pays $3M to Family of Molested Boy

NY Pays $3M to Family of Molested Boy

New York state is paying $3 million to the family of developmentally disabled boy repeatedly molested by a staffer at a state-run group home who later wrote that lax supervision at the facility made it "a predator's dream."

Trump Taps Lt. Gen. McMaster as National Security Adviser

Trump Taps Lt. Gen. McMaster as National Security Adviser

President Donald Trump has picked Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to succeed Michael Flynn as his national security adviser, Trump said Monday. He made the announcement at Mar-a-Lago, flanked by McMaster and the acting adviser, retired Army Gen. Keith Kellogg. Kellogg will stay on as McMaster's chief of staff, Trump said. "He's a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience," Trump said of McMaster. "He is highly respected by everybody in the military." The president, who has no military experience, has shown a preference for generals in the top security roles.

Newly Raised Bayonne Bridge Opens to Drivers

Newly Raised Bayonne Bridge Opens to Drivers

The Bayonne Bridge connecting Bayonne, New Jersey, to Staten Island, New York, opened Monday after years of work to raise the deck, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said.

Minority Students More Likely to Be Suspended or Arrested

Minority Students More Likely to Be Suspended or Arrested

Araceli Quintero says she was trying to be a peacemaker in her New York high school last year when trouble erupted.