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New York may be next state to put brakes on Tesla

New York may be next state to put brakes on Tesla
The president of the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association told the New York Post last week that he feels confident the Empire State can follow New Jersey in blocking Tesla's business model, which cuts out dealers and sells cars directly to …
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Revis: What could be better than Patriots?
Warning to New York Jets fans: You may lose your lunch if you read any further. At the very least, you're likely to experience some nausea. Or anger. Or both. Anyway … Revis. Former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, whose signing with the New England …
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Student, 22, dies during snowboarding accident in New York
WILMINGTON, N.Y. – Authorities say a 22-year-old college student from western New York has died in a snowboarding accident at an Adirondack ski area. State police have identified Austin White of Hemlock in Livingston County as the man who died in the …
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Preview: New York Red Bulls v Colorado Rapids

Preview: New York Red Bulls v Colorado Rapids
After starting the season with a thrashing out West, the New York Red Bulls limp back to the friendly banks of the Passaic with a mind to put last week's 4-1 demolition at the hands of Vancouver behind them. Coach Mike Petke has taken the blame for his …
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Report Finds Punctuality Trumps Safety at Metro-North
The railroad administration said that Metro-North — which runs from Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan into New York City's northern suburbs and Connecticut — must submit plans to improve its safety and training programs, among other changes, within …
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Real Housewives of New York's Shocking Confession, Glee's Tear-Jerking

Real Housewives of New York's Shocking Confession, Glee's Tear-Jerking
Glee: Did anyone else choke up in tonight's heart-wrenching episode of Glee? Despite the fact that the New Directions only snagged a second place at Nationals, our WHMS students gave us three brilliant performances on the show choir stage that honored …
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Stolen Passports on Plane Not Seen as Terror Link
… from Paris, and Thomas Erdbrink from Tehran. A version of this article appears in print on March 12, 2014, on page A12 of the New York edition with the headline: Stolen Passports on Plane Not Seen as Terror Link. Order Reprints|Today's Paper …
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Manhattan Jaspers Basketball: New York City's Team

Manhattan Jaspers Basketball: New York City's Team
Syracuse University advertises itself as “New York's College Team.” St. John's boasts, “We Are New York's Team.” If we're talking about New York City, Manhattan College may have the best case. The Jaspers, unlike Syracuse, play in NYC; while both …
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Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews flock to lower Manhattan to protest Israel's
NEW YORK — Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews filled the streets in lower Manhattan on Sunday to protest Israel's proposal to draft strictly religious citizens into its army. The gathering took up a stretch of 10 blocks, with dark-clothed demonstrators …
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Antonio Cromartie released by New York Jets
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported the New York Jets will release Cromartie, according to a person who has spoken to the player. The cornerback tweeted his thanks to the organization and teammates Sunday. I would like 2 thank the Jets organization …
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Cat in Albany Is Outfoxing New York City's Mouse

Cat in Albany Is Outfoxing New York City's Mouse
Mayor Bill de Blasio took office and talked “progressive,” with ambitious plans for an income tax on the wealthy and an increase in the minimum wage. He rallied unions and activists and parents, and the sense was of a dog howling, and putting on notice …
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New York City's Jobless Rate Drops to Lowest Level in 5 Years
In Mayor Bill de Blasio's first month in office, New York City's unemployment rate continued its long, gradual decline, falling below 8 percent for the first time in five years. But the city's rate, which dropped to 7.8 percent in January, is still …
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NYC Health Department Investigating Measles Outbreak
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The New York City Department of Health is warning residents about a measles outbreak after 16 confirmed cases in northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The outbreaks happened in Inwood Hill Park, Washington Heights and …
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