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Wednesday, Dec 12, 2012

Broadway Faces Potential Holiday Labor Headache

Broadway Faces Potential Holiday Labor Headache

The union representing hundreds of Broadway theater cleaners, porters, elevator operators and bathroom attendants voted Wednesday to authorize its leaders to call a strike if a new contract isn't approved by the...

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Kids Die From Possible Radiator Burns at NYC Home

Kids Die From Possible Radiator Burns at NYC Home

Two girls,1 and 2, died Wednesday after what authorities described as a "steam condition" caused by a malfunctioning radiator at the city-owned Bronx apartment building where they were staying while homeless...

Central Park Blast Victim Wars With Insurer Over Prosthesis

Central Park Blast Victim Wars With Insurer Over Prosthesis

The college student who lost his lower leg in a mysterious Central Park explosion has been fighting with his health care insurer for months to get payment for his prosthetic covered.

Teddies Ripped Up at Work, Autistic Ex-Aide's Lawsuit Claims

Teddies Ripped Up at Work, Autistic Ex-Aide's Lawsuit Claims

An man who suffers from Asperger's syndrome claims he was mocked for his disability, locked in the basement and had his precious teddy bears decapitated while working for a city councilman.

Trump Taps Retired General for Homeland Security: Sources

Trump Taps Retired General for Homeland Security: Sources

President-elect Donald Trump has chosen retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, whose last command included oversight of the Guantanamo Bay detention center, to run the Department of Homeland Security, people close...

Woman Finds Ring in Glove While Holiday Shopping at Store

Woman Finds Ring in Glove While Holiday Shopping at Store

A Long Island woman is on a quest for the owner of a ring she found inside a pair of gloves she purchased from a Kohl's department store. Sarah Chorne of Oceanside says she was holiday shopping at...

Hofstra Asks Police to Investigate Photos of Frat Hazing

Hofstra Asks Police to Investigate Photos of Frat Hazing

Hofstra University said it has asked police to investigate after the Long Island college's student newspaper published images of pledges at a now-defunct campus fraternity being hazed.