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NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities in New York City say a man who tried to jump to his death from his ninth floor apartment was saved by a heap of trash bags that had gone uncollected since last week's blizzard. Fire officials say the 26-year-old was...
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City's airspace is known for its chronic flight delays, and planners have been looking for new runway space to ease congestion. Some aviation buffs say they have a solution, just across Jamaica Bay from Kennedy Airport....
NEW YORK (AP) — One hundred years ago, horrified onlookers watched as workers leapt to their deaths from a raging fire in a New York City garment factory. The Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire of March 25, 1911, killed 146 workers, mainly young...
TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) — A lawyer for "Jersey Shore" cast member Ronnie Ortiz-Magro has told a judge his client will apply to a pretrial intervention program in an assault case. Pretrial intervention allows a defendant to avoid a criminal record if...
Re-inventing the "chicken and waffles" food tradition yielded Landon Jones a $2,500 scholarship. Landon entered his "Re-invented Chicken 'N Waffles with PBQ Sauce" recipe in the ninth annual "Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich" contest sponsored by...
Tags: Human Interest, Peanuts, Elections, Politics, Peanut Butter
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Charlie Sheen is bringing his live show to five more venues, including New York's famed Radio City Music Hall. Sheen is adding five dates to his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour. Tickets go on sale Thursday for performances in...
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials are reporting that a patient was infected with the AIDS virus through a kidney transplant from a live donor. They are calling it the first confirmed instance of HIV spreading through an organ transplant from a...
Tags: HIV Treatment, HIV, Charity, Health, Diseases and Illnesses
NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City mother who says her daughter's private preschool promised top-notch education but turned out to be "just one big playroom" is suing to get the $19,000-a-year tuition back. Nicole Imprescia's lawsuit says Manhattan's...
Tags: Preschools, Trials, New York, Education, Contracts
NEW YORK (AP) — Comedian Mike DeStefano, who finished among the top five finalists last season in NBC's "Last Comic Standing," has died. His representative at 3 Arts Entertainment confirmed DeStefano died Sunday in New York City. The...
NEW YORK (AP) — A replica of a prized Eric Clapton guitar that duplicates the cigarette burns and belt buckle scratches found on the original has sold for $30,500 at a New York City auction. Proceeds from Wednesday's sale are to benefit a drug and...
Tags: Auction Service, New York, Eric Clapton, Crossroads
NEW YORK (AP) — Singer Neil Diamond promised to go on Twitter and "tell everybody that they really do love me in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame." He was inducted Monday with Dr. John, Alice Cooper, Darlene Love, Leon Russell and Tom Waits at a...
HENDERSON, Nevada (AP) — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals demonstrated outside Mike Tyson's suburban home to protest the former boxing champion's role in pigeon racing. Henderson police spokesman Todd Rasmussen said Tuesday the PETA...
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