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Nov 4, 2013

Review: A Pol Gets Tamed in Sharp "Domesticated"

Review: A Pol Gets Tamed in Sharp "Domesticated"

Playwright Bruce Norris cast a jaundiced eye on race in “Clybourne Park.” Now, he's tackling equally rich material with his latest drama.

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Suspects Duct Tape Elderly Woman, Steal $5: Cops

Suspects Duct Tape Elderly Woman, Steal $5: Cops

Police are looking for three people suspected of duct taping an elderly Bronx woman in an armed robbery and making off with only $5 in cash.

Removing Snow Costs $1.8M Per Inch in NYC: Study

Removing Snow Costs $1.8M Per Inch in NYC: Study

A new study says the cost of removing snow in New York City is about $1.8 million per inch.

Teen Accused of Attacking Teacher During Class

Teen Accused of Attacking Teacher During Class

A New Jersey teen is facing aggravated assault charges after police say he slammed one of his teachers to the ground and punched him repeatedly during class last week.

Cop Tells Teens to Stop Seeking Shoveling Jobs

Cop Tells Teens to Stop Seeking Shoveling Jobs

Two enterprising teens who were looking to make some money shoveling snow ran afoul of Gov. Christie's state of emergency declaration banning travel by non-emergency vehicles and were told by police to stop.

Man Caught Doing Doughnuts During Travel Ban: Report

Man Caught Doing Doughnuts During Travel Ban: Report

A state-wide travel ban kept most New Yorkers off the road during this week’s snowstorm, but one intrepid Staten Island man reportedly took the ban as his chance to take a joy ride in the snow.

Metro-North Resumes After "Minor" Derailment

Metro-North Resumes After "Minor" Derailment

The Metro-North New Haven line is back on schedule after a "minor" derailment inside Grand Central Terminal earlier snarled the evening rush.