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FBI Foils Plot to Bomb Federal Reserve Building in New York

Terror plot foiled near Federal Reserve building in New York

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Several Shot Outside Empire State Building

Officials say a work dispute led to the shootings

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Man In Custody In New York Missing Child Case

A man is in custody for questioning in the disappearance of a young boy 33 years ago

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Wolves In New York’s Central Park?

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Some Wyoming lawmakers are pushing a tongue-in-cheek bill calling on Congress to acquire New York City's Central Park to reintroduce wolves and other endangered species there

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Overnight Rating For Super Bowl Just Shy Of Mark

NEW YORK (AP) — The overnight rating for the New York Giants' Super Bowl win over New England was less than 1 percent shy of the record tied last year.

New York's 21-17 victory Sunday night on NBC received a 47

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Homeless NY Teen Up For Science Prize Offered Help

BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (AP) — A homeless New York teenager who's a national Intel science competition semifinalist has been flooded with attention and support.

Samantha Garvey is one of 61 students who have a chance at the competition's top prize of $100,000

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Former New York State Worker Dangles from Bridge With Protest Banner [VIDEO]

On Monday morning, Michael A. Davitt, a former New York State employee and known rabblerouser, delayed traffic on the Tappan Zee bridge in Rockland County. As a form of protest, he unfurled a rope ladder from the bridge and sat for hours with a 24-foot banner that accused county officials of a “cover-up.”

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Seven Arrested in New York SAT-Cheating Scandal [VIDEO]

Six unidentified current and former students from a Great Neck, New York high school were arrested Tuesday and now face misdemeanor charges on allegations they paid a college student to impersonate them, take the SAT college-entrance exam and deliver high scores.

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Gay Couples Begin Marrying in New York

At 12:01am Sunday morning, Kitty Lambert and Cheryle Rudd — together for more than a decade with 12 grandchildren between them — became the first gay couple to marry in New York state.

As hundreds of supporters cheered, Lambert, 54, and Rudd, 53, exchanged vows in front of Niagara Falls, which was illuminated in rainbow-colored lights to mark the occasion.

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Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes in New York

New York legislators passed a bill legalizing gay marriage in the state on Friday night, with the state Senate approving the bill to a cheering room before 11 p.m.

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