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Playoff Pinch Hits: James Shields-W...

Playoff Pinch Hits: James Shields-Wil Myers Trade A Success For Royals

BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 10: James Shields #33 of the Kansas City Royals throws a pitch against the Baltimore Orioles during Game One of the American League Championship Series at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on October 10, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.The Kansas City Royals traded for starting pitcher James Shields before the 2013 season, giving up top hitting prospect Wil Myers.
Man Charged following Beating Death...

Man Charged following Beating Death Of 3-Year-Old Jeida Torres In Brooklyn

Jeida Torres (credit: Kimberly Torres-Smith via Facebook)Kelsey Smith, 20, is charged with felony assault and acting in a manner injurious to a child less than 17 years old, police said.
CBS 2 Exclusive: Woman Injured In D...

CBS 2 Exclusive: Woman Injured In Drive-By Shooting On Long Island

Police are investigating after a drive-by shooting at a home in Wyandanch (Credit: CBS 2)Nathalie Narcisse said she was asleep in her bedroom when she woke to gunfire and a hot, searing pain she couldn't immediately identify.
Teen Honored At Alzheimer?s Researc...

Teen Honored At Alzheimer?s Research Fundraiser At Riverside Park

Kenneth Shinozuka (Credit: CBS 2)Kenneth Shinozuka, 16, was presented with the New York City Alzheimer's Association's first-ever Young Innovators Award on Sunday.
New York City To Offer Special Ebol...

New York City To Offer Special Ebola Training For At-Risk City Employees

(Credit: CBS 2)On Monday, city officials and leaders from the Municipal Labor Committee will meet to discuss the city's plan for battling Ebola should it arrive in the city.
Activists Call For Marijuana Legali...

Activists Call For Marijuana Legalization In New Jersey

Marijuana Cigarette (file / credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)Several speakers urged the crowd to push state and federal lawmakers to legalize or decriminalize marijuana.

NY Times

Edward V. Regan, Longtime New York ...

Edward V. Regan, Longtime New York State Comptroller, Dies at 84

As politicians go, Mr. Regan, known as Ned, was as unflashy as they come: a reserved watchdog of the public cash box known for fiscal competence and political reticence.
City Room: Preparing for a Fiery Em...

City Room: Preparing for a Fiery Emergency

Members of New York City?s Community Emergency Response Team practiced search-and-rescue operations on Sunday as part of a training drill involving a simulated bus crash.
Cuomo Defends Law Denying Guns to M...

Cuomo Defends Law Denying Guns to Mentally Ill People

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that compared to roughly 140,000 people hospitalized in the state for mental illness in a year, 34,500 added to a state database barring them from gun use for five years seemed conservative.
Protesters Link a Queens Project to...

Protesters Link a Queens Project to Brooklyn Rents

Housing advocates are linking approval of Astoria Cove not just to its having affordable units but to demands that its developers, Alma Realty, roll back rent increases elsewhere.
Winning Powerball and Lottery Numbe...

Winning Powerball and Lottery Numbers for Oct. 19, 2014

Lottery numbers for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Football Players in Sayreville, N.J...

Football Players in Sayreville, N.J., Recall Hazing

The investigation may be complicated by conflicting accounts from witnesses and some of the freshman football players targeted by older members of the Sayreville War Memorial High School team.

ABC Local

5 Things You May Have Missed This W...

5 Things You May Have Missed This Weekend

The search for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham dominated the news when police found human remains behind a vacant house. Here are five more things that made the news.
2 charged with breaking into Yonker...

2 charged with breaking into Yonkers store through the roof

When police arrived on the scene, they found a hole in the ceiling of 'Sneaker World' on New Main Street.
Ebola fear eases for some in Dallas...

Ebola fear eases for some in Dallas as monitoring period ends

Ebola fears began to ease for some Monday as a monitoring period passed for those who had close contact with a victim of the disease and after a cruise ship scare ended with the boat returning to port and a lab worker on board testing negative for the virus.
Stepfather charged in beating death...

Stepfather charged in beating death of 3-year-old in Brooklyn apartment

A man is under arrest in the death of his wife's 3-year old daughter Jeida Torres, who was beaten inside a Brooklyn apartment.
AccuWeather Day Planner: What to ex...

AccuWeather Day Planner: What to expect for Monday

Meteorologist Bill Evans has the forecast.
The Relentless Obsession to Execute...

The Relentless Obsession to Execute Jodi Arias

It would take a special type of person to look forward to a trial that will determine whether you will live or die. Yet, I have a sneaking suspicion that convicted murderer Jodi Arias may be that rare breed.

NY Village Voice

Young Ones Redeems the Sci-Fi Weste...

Young Ones Redeems the Sci-Fi Western

Jake Paltrow's Young Ones is a dustbowl western with a sci-fi twist. It looks and sounds like the past: The plains are barren, the people wear cheap cotton, and the score, by Nathan Johnson -- all vibrating, beautiful melancholy -- could be layered over any John Ford flick. But when...

Watchers of the Sky Celebrates the ...

Watchers of the Sky Celebrates the Fight Against Humanity's Worst

The greatest lie of the last 80 years: “Never again.”

At this moment, Omar al-Bashir, the world's wickedest despot, is free not just to rule the Sudan but to make diplomatic visits to international allies -- China, Saudi Arabia -- despite the calls of the International C...

Onur Tukel's a Hilarious Chatterbox...

Onur Tukel's a Hilarious Chatterbox Vamp in Summer of Blood

The tasteful white-on-black title text suggests that this motor-mouthed vampire-in-Brooklyn comedy is meant to suggest the best of Woody Allen, and writer/director/star Onur Tukel's unrelenting comic patter confirms it. But Tukel knows something Allen didn't: that the supremely self-involv...

Kristen Stewart's Not Bad Taking on...

Kristen Stewart's Not Bad Taking on Gitmo in Camp X-Ray

Let's get this out of the way now: Kristen Stewart is fine in Camp X-Ray, the tough-minded/soft-hearted drama that packs America's sweetheart off to Guantánamo Bay. The fact that such casting seems unlikely might be part of why she succeeds. Tasked with patrolling a cellblock of det...

WWII Drama Fury Grinds Your Face In...

WWII Drama Fury Grinds Your Face In It

A gloom hangs over writer-director David Ayer's brutal war drama Fury that only the audience can see. It's April 1945, and we know that in weeks the Nazis will surrender. The war is already over -- Hitler just hasn't admitted it. American sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier (Brad Pitt...
Housebound Is the Best New Horror M...

Housebound Is the Best New Horror Movie On Demand Right Now

In its crazy-quilt plot, Housebound features a vicious killer, a gaggle of ghosts, and all manner of madcap fools, qualities that make the movie hard to categorize -- horror-comedy? mystery-thriller? -- but lots of fun to watch.

For her failed attempt to rob an ATM, Kylie (Morgana...

NY Daily News

LOVETT: Woman who admitted she was ...

LOVETT: Woman who admitted she was fraudulent witness on Stop Common Core petitions did same in more races

A Manhattan woman who last week admitted she fraudulently signed as a witness on nominating petitions for two campaigns seeking spots on the Rob Astorino-created Stop Common Core ballot line played a role in petitions filed in at least two other upstate races.
EXCLUSIVE: Donald Trump says New Yo...

EXCLUSIVE: Donald Trump says New York casinos are a gamble

ALBANY ? Donald Trump, whose casinos crapped out in Atlantic City, says New York State is likely to roll snake eyes in its bet on four upstate gaming parlors. The former casino magnate told the Daily News that the planned casinos will generate excitement and revenue in the short term ? but he predicted the state will take a loss on the risky gamble in the not-too-distant future because the market in the Northeast is saturated.
EXCLUSIVE: City debuts ads encourag...

EXCLUSIVE: City debuts ads encouraging New Yorks to volunteer

The agency spearheading the campaign, NYC Service, wants to up the proportion of New Yorkers who lend a hand with free labor to 50% from a paltry 18%.
EXCLUSIVE: De Blasio aides use pers...

EXCLUSIVE: De Blasio aides use personal email despite mayor's transparency vows

First Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris and director of intergovernmental affairs Emma Wolfe routinely communicate via their private email addresses, according to multiple insiders. Good-government groups say that?s a covert way to dodge oversight and contrary to the open government de Blasio vowed to run.
Risky surgeries done in offices, li...

Risky surgeries done in offices, like Joan Rivers', resulted in 257 NY deaths: report

Risky surgeries conducted outside hospitals ? like the kind that led to the death of Joan Rivers ? resulted in more than 250 deaths in a three-year period, a new report revealed. State stats show 257 deaths as a result of surgeries done at doctors? offices between 2010 and 2013, Crain's New York reported.
Sen. Chuck Schumer wants to ban GPS...

Sen. Chuck Schumer wants to ban GPS trackers for cars

Sen. Chuck Schumer is proposing a bill to make it a federal crime to attach a GPS device to someone?s car.

Queens Courier

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