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Sep 19, 2013

Review: Orlando Bloom Heats Up "Romeo and Juliet"

Review: Orlando Bloom Heats Up "Romeo and Juliet"

The British film star is a dashing Romeo opposite Condola Rashad's innocent Juliet in a sometimes-sexy take on Shakespeare's tragic love story

Apr 1, 2013

Orlando Bloom, Condola Rashad to Star in "Romeo and Juliet"

Orlando Bloom, Condola Rashad to Star in "Romeo and Juliet"

Bloom will make his Broadway debut opposite Tony nominee Rashad, who is now on the boards in "The Trip to Bountiful"

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Cop's Degrading Tirade Against Uber Driver Probed

Cop's Degrading Tirade Against Uber Driver Probed

The NYPD says its Internal Affairs Bureau is investigating a video that appears to show a police officer verbally abusing an Uber driver in an at-times xenophobic roadside tirade in the West Village Monday.

FAA Investigates 2 Laser Incidents by Newark

FAA Investigates 2 Laser Incidents by Newark

Federal officials are looking into more laser-pointing incidents at Newark Liberty International Airport.

Singer Manilow Orchestrates Instrument Donations to School

Singer Manilow Orchestrates Instrument Donations to School

Smiles and cheers greeted a truck full of musical instruments that arrived at a Long Island high school Tuesday.

"She's Not a Murderer": Daughters Defend Mom in Metro-North Crash

"She's Not a Murderer": Daughters Defend Mom in Metro-North Crash

The daughters of the woman killed after she stopped her SUV in front of an oncoming Metro-North train, sparking a deadly explosion that killed five others, spoke publicy for the first time on the "Today"...

"Boulevard of Death" Getting $100M Safety Makeover: DOT

"Boulevard of Death" Getting $100M Safety Makeover: DOT

New York City's "Boulevard of Death" is getting a makeover. A $100 million project to redesign Queens Boulevard was announced Tuesday by the New York City Department of Transportation.

Gov Bans Non-Essential NY Travel to Indiana Over Religious Law

Gov Bans Non-Essential NY Travel to Indiana Over Religious Law

Gov. Cuomo has banned all non-essential, state-funded travel to Indiana after that state adopted a religious freedom law that critics say opens the door to discrimination against gay and lesbian people.