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NYPD Seizes Guns, Tiger Hook Swords In Queens Apartment

Police executing a search warrant early this morning in Queens recovered an arsenal made up of a number of guns, ammo, and also a couple of extremely cool-looking swords. [ more › ]

Oakland residents mourn victims in deadly warehouse fire

All 36 victims of Friday’s Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland have been identified, officials announced Thursday. Authorities, who concluded their search for bodies the day before, used DNA analysis to ID the last set of remains, according to Sgt. Ray Kelly, a spokesman for the Alameda County...

Miracle, NYC’s Christmas-Themed Pop-Up Bar, Is Headed To Dallas

The party will take over Proof + Pantry this Sunday Now that the super cold weather has officially arrived, it’s time to start getting into the holiday spirit. Just in time for the festivities, a holiday-themed pop-up bar will take over...Show More Summary

East Sixth Bar Rio Rita Is Now Closed

This is ahead of its northerly move Rio Rita is officially no longer (for now). The bar held its last day of service of the East 6th Street location yesterday, Wednesday, December 8. Fans of the bar have nothing to worry about: it’sShow More Summary

John Glenn, First U.S. Astronaut To Orbit The Earth, Dies At 95

In 1962, Glenn became the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the Earth, and he later served 24 years in the Senate. [ more › ]

Police Trying To Identify Man Who Followed Elderly Woman Into Her Home

The Chicago Police Department is looking for help identifying a man who allegedly followed an elderly woman into her home, attacked her and took her purse. [ more › ]

Port Authority board balks at $30 billion capital plan, citing 'absolute waste of public funds'

Board members of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey declined to endorse the agency's nearly $30 billion capital plan Thursday after concerns were raised over what projects should be... To view the full story, click the title link.

Berkeley's 20-Year-Old Cafe Rouge Calls It Quits

Proprietor Marsha McBride, a Zuni alum, is credited with influencing the national trend toward butchery-driven restaurants. [ more › ]

Sofia Vergara Is Being Sued By Her Frozen Embryos

Somebody also named them "Isabella" and "Emma." [ more › ]

Grand Junction’s Bin 707 Foodbar Add Two Restaurants

Taco Party and Dinner Party are coming up next year Josh and Jodi Niernberg, Bin 707 Foodbar owners, will open Taco Party and Dinner Party, two new ventures in early 2017. Set in Downtown Grand Junction, the side by side 50 seat each...Show More Summary

Santander investment will be biggest yet

The Spanish bank Santander will invest 15 billion pesos (US $738 million) over the next three years to modernize branches and develop new business. It will be the bank’s biggest FULL STORY The post Santander investment will be biggest yet appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Bay Area rain sparks car crashes, flight delays and some flooding

Bay Area rain sparks car crashes, flight delays and some flooding Multicolored umbrellas and yellow slickers brightened an otherwise gray and cloudy Bay Area Thursday as residents tried to seek cover from the rain that was heavy enough...Show More Summary

Chechen leader claims his troops eager to fight 'scum' in Syria

Ramzan Kadyrov offers vocal support for close ally Vladimir Putin amid reports of Chechen battalions being readied for transit Chechnya’s strongman leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, has said that troops in the Russian province would be happy to fight the “scum” in Syria if they receive the Kremlin order. Show More Summary

What my daughter understands about the Comet Ping Pong story that some adults apparently don’t

Last Friday night, I took my two kids to the local pizza place. My daughter, who is 6, and my son, who’s almost 3, had cheese pizza, chocolate milk, meatballs and breadsticks. After they ate, we went to the back to play ping pong and listen to the jukebox (my daughter wanted Katy Perry, my […]

Report: Sea Levels Surrounding NYC Could Rise A Full Foot By 2030

The sea levels surrounding the New York metropolitan area have risen a foot since 1900—and, due to our rapidly changing climate, could rise another foot in less than 15 years, according to a new report by the Regional Plan Association. [ more › ]

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