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  • head Aug 28, 2019

    Fall Preview: The Women Behind Elsa on ‘Frozen 2'

    Years after “Frozen” came out, some of us still can’t walk through our home without accidentally prompting “Let it Go” to erupt from some unseen toy. Elsa never really left us. But she’s back.

  • Donald Trump Aug 28, 2019

    Tech Firms Struggle to Police Content While Avoiding Bias

    Take the post down. Put it back up. Stop policing speech. Start silencing extremists. That’s just a sampling of the intense, often contradictory demands facing tech companies and their social media platforms as they try to oversee internet content without infringing on First Amendment rights. The pendulum has swung recently toward restricting hateful speech that could spawn violence, following a...

  • New York Aug 13, 2019

    New York Probation Offices Screening Youth for Suicide Risk

    Ten counties in upstate New York are participating in the program developed by researchers at Columbia University. The project, called e-Connect, includes counties that cover rural swaths of the state.

  • Associated Press Aug 3, 2019

    US to Test New Missile as Arms Treaty With Russia Ends

    The United States plans to test a new missile in coming weeks that would have been prohibited under a landmark, 32-year-old arms control treaty that the U.S. and Russia ripped up on Friday. Washington and Moscow walked out of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty that President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev signed in 1987, raising fears of a...

  • Chicago Jul 20, 2019

    Heat Waves Fall Hardest on Poor and Elderly, Experts Say

    The death toll from the ’95 heat wave was shocking and “raised the consciousness of everyone in the city,” Aaron Bernstein, co-director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, said. Bernstein grew up in Chicago, and remembers his grandmother thanking god for air-conditioning that summer. “Heat waves aren’t just uncomfortable,”...

  • America Jul 19, 2019

    Extreme Heat Sets In

    An extreme heatwave is settling in over nearly two-thirds of the country.

  • New Jersey Jul 16, 2019

    Distressed Dolphin Rescued from Rocky Jersey City Shoreline Dies

    It was an unusual emergency call on the banks of the Hudson River. A distressed dolphin ended up having to be rescued from the rocky shoreline in Jersey City Monday evening. Unfortunately, despite everyone’s hard work, dedication and desire to save the aquatic mammal, the dolphin did not make it.

  • Jul 16, 2019

    NJ First Responders Try to Rescue Dolphin in Hudson

    The dolphin was stranded on the banks of the river, and first responders did everything they could to keep the animal alive until experts could arrive. Sadly, the dolphin was so badly underweight it had to be put down. NBC 4 New York’s Rana Novini reports.

  • Captain Jun 29, 2019

    Here's What Happens in the 6 Extra Minutes of Footage From the ‘Avengers: Endgame' Rerelease

    On Friday, Disney made one final push to make “Avengers: Endgame” the highest-grossing film of all time. Marvel Studios began showing a new theatrical release of the film with a special tribute, a deleted scene and a teaser for “Spider-Man: Far From Home” at the end of the credits. This additional content is an enticing lure for fans of the...

  • Donald Trump Jun 21, 2019

    Too Rosy? Experts Question Warren's Wealth Tax Figures

    The ambitious scope of Elizabeth Warren’s push to rethink how America tackles issues such as health care, technology and education has energized her presidential campaign — and spurred questions about how she would deliver on her promises. At the heart of Warren’s raft of policy proposals is a 2% fee on fortunes greater than $50 million, a wealth tax designed...

  • New York Jun 18, 2019

    Six LGBTQ Sites in New York City Landmarked During Pride Month

    Six New York City buildings associated with LGBTQ history were designated as landmarks, just ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and during Pride Month.

  • Donald Trump Jun 9, 2019

    Case Opened: Democrats Begin Public Airing of Mueller Report

    President Donald Trump says it’s “case closed.” But Democrats are just getting started with Robert Mueller. House Democrats have scheduled a series of hearings this coming week on the special counsel’s report as they intensify their focus on the Russia probe and pick up the pace on an investigative “path” — in the words of Speaker Nancy Pelosi — that...

  • New York City Jun 7, 2019

    NYPD Unveils Security Protocols for World Pride NYC

    As three million people are set to hit the city for celebrations this month, the NYPD — which apologized Thursday for the 1969 Stonewall Inn raid — is making all the necessary preparations to ensure everyone remains safe. NBC 4 New York’s Jonathan Dienst reports.

  • Donald Trump Jun 6, 2019

    Tick Tock Goes the Political Clock as Dems Weigh Impeachment

    The political clock is a significant factor in whether majority House Democrats launch any impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. There’s increasing pressure on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to at least start an impeachment inquiry into whether Trump obstructed special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. Pelosi is resisting for a number of reasons. But the tick-tock of time is an inexorable...

  • NBC Jun 6, 2019

    Gay Rights Pioneer Dick Leitsch, Who Held ‘Sip-in' Protest, Dies at 83

    Dick Leitsch, a titan of the early gay rights movement who led “sip-in” protests in the 1960s, died in New York City on Friday, Ken Lustbader, the co-director of NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project confirmed to NBC News. He was 83. Leitsch became an icon of the LGBTQ movement after leading protests that pre-dated the Stonewall Inn uprising, increasing the...

  • Donald Trump Jun 6, 2019

    Tick Tock Goes the Political Clock as Dems Weigh Impeachment

    The political clock is a significant factor in whether majority House Democrats launch any impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. There’s increasing pressure on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to at least start an impeachment inquiry into whether Trump obstructed special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. Pelosi is resisting for a number of reasons. But the tick-tock of time is an inexorable...

  • Donald Trump Jun 4, 2019

    Groups Call on Pelosi, Dems to Do More to Impeach Trump

    Progressive groups are expressing “deep disappointment” over House Democrats’ unwillingness to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump and are calling on Speaker Nancy Pelosi to act, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press. The groups said in a letter being released Tuesday that voters gave Democrats control of the House “because they wanted aggressive oversight of the...

  • Donald Trump Jun 4, 2019

    Groups Call on Pelosi, Dems to Do More to Impeach Trump

    Progressive groups are expressing “deep disappointment” over House Democrats’ unwillingness to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump and are calling on Speaker Nancy Pelosi to act, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press. The groups said in a letter being released Tuesday that voters gave Democrats control of the House “because they wanted aggressive oversight of the...

  • New York Apr 23, 2019

    Consumer Reports Reveals America's Best Grocery Stores for 2019

    Consumer Reports has released its latest supermarket report, which ranks America’s top grocery stores. The findings are based on a survey of more than 75,000 Consumer Reports subscribers.

  • New York Apr 23, 2019

    Cameras That Guess Your Age, Sex and Mood Pop Up in Walgreens, Other Retailers

    Eyeing that can of soda in the supermarket cooler? Or maybe you’re craving a pint of ice cream? A camera could be watching you.

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