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Dec 12, 2012

Actors’ Equity Celebrates 100 Years

Actors’ Equity Celebrates 100 Years

Broadway fans on your holiday gift list will appreciate a new book by Robert Simonson chronicling the century-long history of Actors’ Equity Association

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Actress' Ex Arrested in Alleged Kidnap, Rape

Actress' Ex Arrested in Alleged Kidnap, Rape

A former son-in-law of screen legends John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands has been arrested in California, accused of kidnapping and raping a 16-year-old New York City teenager, according to a criminal complaint.

Diving Temps May Turn Melted Snow to Black Ice Ahead of Another Storm

Diving Temps May Turn Melted Snow to Black Ice Ahead of Another Storm

Rising temperatures turned snow from Sunday's wintry storm to slush on the region's roads and sidewalks, and the muck welling up near curbs and sewers created messy travel for drivers and pedestrians across the...

Mom Who Wrote of Son's Health Woes Guilty of Killing Boy, 5, With Salt

Mom Who Wrote of Son's Health Woes Guilty of Killing Boy, 5, With Salt

Lacey Spears, the Kentucky woman who authorities say force-fed her 5-year-old son salt through a stomach tube and reveled in the attention that a sickly child brought her, has been found guilty of murder in the...

Pal Defends Driver of Truck in River Sinking That Killed Dog

Pal Defends Driver of Truck in River Sinking That Killed Dog

A friend of the driver who faces possible criminal charges in connection with an intensive search by police, firefighters and the U.S. Coast Guard for a pickup truck that cracked through the ice and sank in...

Burglars Enter Jewelry Store Through Hole in Wall: NYPD

Burglars Enter Jewelry Store Through Hole in Wall: NYPD

Three men in masks punctured a wall into an Upper East Side jewelry store from a neighboring building lobby and burglarized the shop, surveillance video released by police shows.

Homicides, Shootings Up in NYC, Police Chief Blames Pot: NYPD

Homicides, Shootings Up in NYC, Police Chief Blames Pot: NYPD

Homicides and shootings are up in New York City this year, NYPD officials announced Monday, and authorities say many of them are related to marijuana deals.