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Regional Briefs – December 10, 2018

Culinary Exhibit Depicts Post-WWII Food Culture HYDE PARK, N.Y. – The Culinary Institute of America is opening a new exhibit on food culture in the post-World War II era, The…

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Uproar Over Video of Police Pulling Toddler From Mom

Outrage built Monday over a video showing police officers violently yanking a toddler from his mother’s arms at a Brooklyn food stamp office, with public officials expressing horror and clients…

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Fire Breaks Out at Serbia’s UN Mission

Flames came out of the windows at the Serbian Mission to the United Nations after a fire broke out Sunday night on the third floor. No one was injured in…

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‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Gets New Permanent Home

The “Fearless Girl” statue that inspired millions with a message of female empowerment was installed Monday at her new home in front of the New York Stock Exchange. “Welcome to…

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Regional Briefs – December 9, 2018

Rockefeller Estate, 1-Room School House Eyed for Registers ALBANY – The Rockefeller family estate and a one-room schoolhouse erected around 1880 near Lake George are among 16 sites recommended for…

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Retgional Briefs – December 6, 2018

Deer Shot Illegally Jumps Out of Pickup Truck Bed BERNE, N.Y. – Two men hunting illegally got a big surprise when the deer they had just shot jumped out of…

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NYPD Officer Faces May Trial in Eric Garner Death

A New York City police officer accused in the death of a black man while attempting an arrest will face a disciplinary trial in May, an administrative judge said Thursday.…

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Regional Briefs – December 4, 2018

NYC Court Ordered to Rehear Case on Courtroom Cameras STATEN ISLAND – An appellate court instructed a lower court to consider the “chilling effect” cameras in the courthouse could have…

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