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Jury Still Deadlocked in Menendez Bribery Case

Jurors in Sen. Bob Menendez’s bribery trial remained deadlocked Tuesday after a judge told them to “take as much time as you need” to reach a verdict on 18 counts…

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Regional Briefs – November 13, 2017

Billionaire’s Lawsuit for Yacht Decorating Tab Goes to Trial ROCHESTER – The lawsuit brought by billionaire Thomas Golisano, a three-time candidate for governor, went to court Monday over charges an…

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Fueling WH Talk, Cuomo Heads to Calif. for Fundraising

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, fueling speculation that he might run for president in 2020, will travel to California for fundraisers on Tuesday with lawyers, financiers and entertainment industry leaders. The two-term…

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MTA Ending Term ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’

Calling it a throwback to a more genteel era, New York City’s transit authority is ending the call to “ladies and gentlemen” when making announcements. An MTA memo says train…

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Regional Briefs – November 12, 2017

Gov.-elect Murphy Promises Allegiance to Teachers Union ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Members of New Jersey’s largest teachers’ union cheered Gov.-elect Phil Murphy on Friday as the Democrat promised to march…

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Memorial Service Held for Flight 587 Victims

New York City’s mayor says those killed when a plane crashed in a Queens neighborhood weeks after the 9/11 attacks will never be forgotten. Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio told…

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New York Politicians Rally Against Tax Cut Bill

The Senate’s top Democrat called on New York and New Jersey representatives to defeat the tax cut bill Sunday, saying solid opposition from politicians in two states, where middle-class residents…

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