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  1. Jeb Bush supported Planned Parenthood before he opposed it; Bush campaign response addedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hot Air

    ... of the Bloomberg Family Foundation, established as a tax-exempt foundation to advance the vision of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He resigned from the board at the end of 2014 to prepare his presidential campaign. Ah, Planned ...

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  2. Bush Criticized for Bloomberg Foundation, Planned Parenthood TiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News Max

    A pro-life website slammed Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Thursday for his years as head of philanthropy for the Bloomberg Family Foundation, which grants millions of dollars to support abortion efforts worldwide. The former Florida governor was named a founding director of former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's foundation in 2010, LifeSiteNews reports.

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  3. Model who was homeless for Six Years reveals how he would pose for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    ... shows calm killer buying his ticket before the show Pictured: Half-naked homeless man bathes with bar of soap in New York City's Columbus Circle fountain in front of children 'Now there's a glimmer of light in his sad dark eyes': Dying baby ...

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  4. Bernie Fever Sweeps BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Patch.com

    For the first time in his presidential campaign, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders scheduled an official video check-in with campaign organizers and other intrigued parties across New York - and America - on Wednesday, July 29. "Tonight really is a historical night, and all of us are part of making history," Sanders said in his heavy Brooklyn accent. At a sweaty "Feel the Bern" campaign party in Bushwick - one of more than 30 throughout Brooklyn alone - Sanders' speech was live-streamed onto a dirty sheet pinned to a curtain rod in a live/work loft that normally hosts art and music shows.

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  5. 20 Times "Gossip Girl" Gave You Wildly Unrealistic ExpectationsRead the original story

    Thursday | Seventeen

    For starters: No one has ever received a diamond necklace on their 17th birthday from a guy they're not even dating. 1. Chuck and Blair's entire relationship.

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  6. Brooklyn friends, neighbors recall Bernie SandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News12.com

    In addition to housing the headquarters of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, Brooklyn is the hometown of another Democrat in the race -- Bernie Sanders. In addition to housing the headquarters of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, Brooklyn is the hometown of another Democrat in the race -- Bernie Sanders.

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  7. New York City homes for under $1 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MyFoxNY

    Real Estate has gotten so expensive in New York City, that it's often hard to find options under seven figures. So we teamed up with StreetEasy to find the best neighborhoods with the most inventory under $1 million.

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  8. 'Famous Nathan' has inside story on family's hot dog empireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Los Angeles Times

    A Coney Island, N.Y., institution since 1916, Nathan's Famous reflects a century's worth of evolution in American culture. Glimpses of the hot dog purveyor's storied past seen on television shows such as "Unwrapped" and "American Eats" never cease to fascinate even after years of reruns.

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  9. Hotel developers, like hipsters, head to Brooklyn to escape crowded ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Star Tribune

    In New York City, Brooklyn may not have the bright lights of Manhattan, but it's the hot spot for tourists wanting to save money. About half a mile northwest of Brooklyn's Barclays Center, a 202-room Even hotel is rising next to a Holiday Inn that opens in October.

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  10. Judge to Brady and NFL: Tone it down on DeflategateRead the original story

    Thursday | New York Post

    Brady's bid to toss his NFL suspension was assigned Thursday to Manhattan Federal Court Judge Richard M. Berman, a dyed-in-the-wool denizen of Jets and Giants country. Berman received his bachelor's at Cornell , his law degree at NYU , and did other course work at Fordham .

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  11. The Chinese are flooding NYC market like never beforeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Daily News

    Chinese investors and developers are flooding the local real estate market at never-before-seen levels, buying some of New York City's most iconic buildings at prices that local buyers aren't willing to pay. "Insane is definitely the right way to characterize it," said real estate attorney Edward Mermelstein, who's worked on projects with Chinese investors.

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  12. Kearny Financial Corp. Reports Fourth Quarter 2015 Operating ResultsRead the original story

    Thursday | Sys-Con Media

    ... of 42 retail branch offices located throughout northern and central New Jersey and Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York. At June 30, 2015, the Company had total assets of $4.24 billion, which included net loans receivable of $2.09 billion and total ...

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  13. This Could Be Last Call For Paul Malignaggi...Or His Best Pro WinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Sweet Science

    ... he said today--"Quietly but surely, I'm very confident about Saturday night. I'm bringing my best"--is the gospel. NEW YORK (July 30, 2015) - Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN and undercard fighters held a final press conference Thursday at B.B. ...

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  14. Women Panhandling With Babies on Back NYC StreetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NBC New York

    ... what appears to be a coordinated effort, and they consistently refuse city services that could help them, an NBC 4 New York I-Team investigation has found. Melissa Russo reports. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014) In recent weeks, the I-Team and ...

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  15. Teen proves breast cancer does not discriminate based on ageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | She Knows

    Ally Hirschlag is a producer/actor/writer who lives in Brooklyn, NY and buys way too many toys for her cats. She contributes to several publications, including Bustle, and The Nerve, and enjoys writing about all things woman.

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  16. Report: Florida at highest risk for flooding from climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

    "Florida faces more risk than any other state that private, insurable property could be inundated by high tide, storm surge and sea level rise" if it fails to protect itself, according to a new report by the Risky Business Project an analysis of global economic effects of climate change funded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, former U.S. Treasury Sec. Henry Paulson and Thomas Steyer, founder of Farallon Capital Management LLC. Mental change: Don't believe in climate change? Don't believe cancer kills? Maybe your problem is with science - and Daniel. Mental change: Don't believe in climate change? Don't believe cancer kills? Maybe your problem is with science - and Daniel.

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  17. Adult summer camps are popping up like crazyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | She Knows

    Ally Hirschlag is a producer/actor/writer who lives in Brooklyn, NY and buys way too many toys for her cats. She contributes to several publications, including Bustle, and The Nerve, and enjoys writing about all things woman.

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  18. NYPD body camera policy needs review, inspector general reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Newsday

    NYPD rules controlling when cops should activate body cameras are too limited and should be broadened to give more leeway to officers, particularly in difficult street encounters, the city police inspector general said Thursday in a special report. In a review done of the NYPD body camera experiment, which began in earnest in December, Inspector General Philip K. Eure came up with 23 recommendations to improve the program and noted that the current rules governing the use of cameras should be revised to address some privacy and legal concerns.

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  19. Tuesday, Aug. 18: BeerProvRead the original story

    Thursday | The Brooklyn Paper

    ... opportunity to drink a well-deserved beer from the BeerProv Mug of Champions. "Robinson and his hand-picked crew of New York comedians put on a show that felt, honestly, like a group experience with friends. [...]this group could get big in ...

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  20. Protesters picket hedge fund office over Puerto Rico debtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Daily News

    ... people," 56-year-old Maria Maisoneth of Brooklyn said. "They only want to make money." Jonathan Westin, director of New York Communities for Change, said hedge funds like BlueMountain are demanding that the Puerto Rican government close schools and ...

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