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Jan 18, 2013

Q&A: Missi Pyle's Sister Act in "Bare"

Q&A: Missi Pyle's Sister Act in "Bare"

Film and TV star Missi Pyle has a complicated relationship with her students, and God in Off-Broadway's hit musical "Bare"

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StubHub Users Targeted in $10 Million Hack Scam

StubHub Users Targeted in $10 Million Hack Scam

Cyber thieves got into more than 1,000 StubHub customers' accounts and fraudulently bought tickets for events -- from Yankee games to Jay-Z concerts -- through the online ticket reseller in a $10...

Hundreds Expected at Funeral for Man Who Died in Police Custody

Hundreds Expected at Funeral for Man Who Died in Police Custody

Hundreds of friends, family members and advocates are expected to gather in Brooklyn for the funeral of 43-year-old Eric Garner, the man who died last week after the NYPD allegedly put him in a chokehold...

NYC Is Least Happy City in America: Study

NYC Is Least Happy City in America: Study

People living in the Big Apple are in rotten moods more often than people in other cities, according to a new study.

Man in Scrubs Rapes Woman at Gunpoint on NYC Street: NYPD

Man in Scrubs Rapes Woman at Gunpoint on NYC Street: NYPD

A man in white scrubs approached a woman on a Bronx street and raped her at gunpoint, police say.

Feds Launch Bias Probe Into Newark School Plan

Feds Launch Bias Probe Into Newark School Plan

Federal officials are investigating after parents alleged that Newark's school re-organization plan discriminates against black students.

Avonte's Law Up for Vote in City Council

Avonte's Law Up for Vote in City Council

The City Council is set to vote on a bill that would require audible alarms on doors in schools with special needs programs.