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  1. George Pataki, Presidential Candidate and CattlemanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Wall Street Journal

    An artisanal beef stand with a political back story has shaken up New York farming circles since it opened last month at a Manhattan greenmarket. Unlike its competitors, South Farm is quietly operated by a former New York governor: George Pataki, who is now running for president.

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  2. Choose your CrossFit class carefullyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | New York Daily News

    "No pain, no gain" is a fallacy, says the Running Doc. If you choose CrossFit, make sure you get into a small class with a top-notch instructor.

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  3. looking awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2013 | National Review Online

    Not much, is what ethicists who want to make the case for legal after-birth abortions have been arguing . We've been looking away from common sense and the human rights inolved.

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  4. Roundup: Bill Cosby accusers on the cover of New York Magazine, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston.com

    Cosby's accusers go public: Thirty-five women who have accused Bill Cosby of rape come forward to be photographed for the cover of New York Magazine. There's a vacant chair, presumably for those yet to speak out.

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  5. AboutRead the original story

    Yesterday | City of New York

    New York City has created a dedicated emergency notification office operating out of the Office of Emergency Management . Notify NYC staff work in OEM Watch Command , where they constantly monitor emergency activity in New York City and the metropolitan area.

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  6. Monday's Morning Email: Introducing HuffPost ArabiRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Switched

    WELCOMING HUFFPOST ARABI "Marhaba from London, where we're launching HuffPost Arabi, our 14th international edition, in partnership with Wadah Khanfar and Integral Media Strategies. While all of our other editions around the world focus on one country, HuffPost Arabi will span the entire Arab world -- comprised of 377 million people living in 22 countries, stretching from Mauritania in the northwest corner of Africa to Oman on the eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula -- and the Arab diasporas everywhere from Brazil to Japan."

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  7. A Notable 'Staten Island Summer' to premiere on NetflixRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Summertime is a cherished moment, a season that tends to mark or set a tone in everyone's life. Saturday Night Live's head writer Colin Jost embraces this idea on 'Staten Island Summer' crafting a feel-good movie that will make even the most jaded New Yorker smile from ear-to-ear.

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  8. The Psychology of the Impossible Campaign: An Investigation Featuring George PatakiRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | National Journal

    But I'm not alone in being baffled by the candidacy of George Elmer Pataki. As Chris Cillizza wrote several months ago in The Washington Post: "Wait.

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  9. Ruiz: NYC fast-food workers win hard-fought victory for $15Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    Fast-food workers rally for higher wages and union protection at the 34th St. McDonalds. Their efforts spread across the country and have been rewarded.

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  10. Another NY Institution Goes HaywireRead the original story

    Yesterday | Manhattan Users Guide

    New York institution creates plan - a harebrained fix for the unbroken. A public outcry follows.

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  11. Apple fans, others not eager to buy watchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Columbus Dispatch

    The E-Edition includes all of the news, comics, classifieds and advertisements of the newspaper. And it's available to subscribers before 6 a.m. every day.

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  12. Classic chess move: Cuomo plants wedge on issue of minimum wage hikes for allRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watertown Daily Times

    How a ruling announced last week to raise the minimum wage for fast-food employees will affect New York depends on whom you ask. Supporters of the move believe this is a victory for the people who labor in this industry for wages that trap them in poverty.

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  13. New Yorker rises from school teacher to FBI bossRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cybercast News Service

    As a school teacher in the late 1980s, Diego Rodriguez applied to join the FBI. But when it called hoping to recruit a Spanish speaker as part of a diversity drive, his response was, "I'm really happy teaching.

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  14. Cover Story: Mark Ulriksen's "Endless Summer"Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Yorker

    "It sure would be nice to get over a Manhattan traffic jam with one big leap on a skateboard," Mark Ulriksen says about his cover for this week's issue. "I live in San Francisco, a few blocks from a skateboard park .

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  15. Antiracism, Our Flawed New ReligionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TheDailyBeast.com

    Opposition to racism used to be a political stance. Now it has every marking of a religion, with both good and deleterious affects on American society.

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  16. George Pataki, Presidential Candidate and CattlemanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall Street Journal

    An artisanal beef stand with a political back story has shaken up New York farming circles since it opened last month at a Manhattan greenmarket. Unlike its competitors, South Farm is quietly operated by a former New York governor: George Pataki, who is now running for president.

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  17. Temporary reprieve for UberRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Jackson Heights News

    The de Blasio administration temporarily backed off legislation aimed at capping the number of new drivers Uber can hire per year. In exchange, Uber agreed to a four-month study of its service's effect on New York traffic and to release company data to the city.

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  18. The Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots in Philadelphia a " FooboozRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Phillymag.com

    The 2015 Best of Philly issue of Philadelphia magazine has hit the newsstands and the web . Here are the best breakfast and brunch picks for 2015.

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  19. Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga perform on July 24, 2015 at The Borgata in Atlantic City, New Jersey.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Billboard

    Even though Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga 's Cheek to Cheek duets album has been with us for nearly a year , nothing quite prepares you for the startling contrast and sheer delight of seeing the 88-year-old vocal legend and the 29-year-old pop icon onstage together, singing material written before Gaga's father was even born. So when a dapper Bennett and shimmery Gaga took the stage at the Borgata Event Center on Friday night in Atlantic City, the novelty of the unlikely-yet-organic pairing didn't wear off until after they'd finished a one-two-three punch opener of "Anything Goes," "Cheek to Cheek" and "They All Laughed."

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  20. Hall of Fame inductees bring out luster of New York's new golden age of baseballRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    On the surface, this Hall of Fame induction looks as if it has very little to do with the Yankees and Mets, but you often can't see gold at the surface. Just looking at the class that was enshrined Sunday was one huge reminder how bright New York's new Golden Age really was.

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