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  1. Cuomo Says City Should Spend More to Combat 'Major Homeless Problem'Read the original story

    17 hrs ago | The New York Observer

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo said today that New York City's homelessness problem was obvious-and that Mayor Bill de Blasio should spend more city money to combat it. "If you walk around New York City, I think it's hard not to conclude that we have a major homeless problem in the City of New York," Mr. Cuomo told reporters today after an unrelated Manhattan press conference.


  2. No ID, No Big GulpRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The WV Rebel's Blog

    Are you old enough for that Big Gulp? Titone thinks this legislation is urgently needed because sugar is a deadly threat: "Sugar in large quantities is a dangerous product. Like a gun, it will kill you.


  3. Bloomberg's Future Is the Future of News for EveryoneRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Wired

    The company laid off dozens of journalists yesterday. And in a leaked internal memo, the business news behemoth outlined how it will be reorganizing in an effort to both capitalize on its strengths and further adapt to the continually changing media landscape.


  4. Former NYPD commish Ray Kelly to sign books on Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | SILive.com

    Two-time New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly's tell-all book about his journey up the law enforcement ranks is due out next week, and the former commissioner will be coming to Barnes and Noble in New Springville to sign copies of it later this month. The book gives a candid account of some of the more challenging and controversial times during his career, including stories about life in post-9/11 New York City and the difficulties cops face today.


  5. We Need Disruptive President TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | OpEdNews

    I keep imagining the White House with a big, really big neon sign TRUMP across the top of the roof. Count me as fully supporting the candidacy of Donald Big Mouth Trump.


  6. De Blasio Says NYC Won't Go Back to 'Bad Old Days' As New Problems Greet Homeless CrisisRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | New York Magazine

    A roundup of de Blasio's reaction to the homeless problem this summer and his critics' reactions to his reaction. "For the first time in my life, I'm going to be working for somebody who really, truly embraces the things that I do."


  7. Hillary struggling to win over women and young people - but she's...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Slightly more than half of women and young people do not like Clinton, 67, poised to be the first female president if she wins the 2016 contest She's more popular than some of her competitors, though, such as Donald Trump, who is despised by roughly seven in 10 blacks and Hispanics, But not by much: 43 percent of those polled shared an intense dislike for Trump, 39 percent said the same of Clinton Hillary Clinton - who is poised to be the first female president if she wins her party primary and the general election - has a problem with women. A new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that 50 percent of Americans ages 18-39 have a negative impression of her.


  8. 'Big Apple vs. Big Toilet'Read the original story

    Yesterday | Poynter Online

    It was newspaper column as clickbait and cultural anthropology: The San Francisco Chronicle's Debra Saunders wondered why two major cities, each with liberal sensibilities, smell so very, very different. It was perfect journalism for end-of-summer ennui.


  9. Beyond the Topless, Times Square's Very Success Breeds HasslesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. After New York tabloids made an issue of panhandling by the so-called desnudas and aggressive costumed cartoon characters, Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed a task force to propose laws to subdue the garish agora for tourists, street performers, vendors and vagrants.


  10. New York Playbook, presented by The Business Council's...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Politico

    Some companies that fought the first lady's nutrition standards to trim salt, sugar and fat have adapted and sold more food. Now they want to avoid more... The first correctional officer I saw had two teeth.


  11. Bloomberg to lay off 80 journalistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    The layoffs come after Michael Bloomberg's return about a year ago to managing Bloomberg LP, the company he founded in 1981. Photo / Getty Bloomberg Media, the global news organization headed by former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, will lay off about about 80 journalists this week in a rare retrenchment for the high-flying company.


  12. Trump to Don Lemon: Yes, I Was a Democrat, Like 'Everybody' in NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Mediaite.com

    The increasingly nasty battle between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush continued on CNN Tuesday evening when Don Lemon appeared to play excerpts from his new interview with the GOP frontrunner, set to air in full at 10 p.m. ET tonight. Specifically, Trump responded to a new campaign ad from Bush that highlights his history as a self-described member of the Democratic Party.


  13. Bloomberg Editor Lays Out Newsroom's Vision After LayoffsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Switched

    Just hours after laying off roughly 80 staffers , Bloomberg editor John Micklethwait said Tuesday afternoon that he wanted the media company to become the definitive "chronicle of capitalism," according to a memo obtained by The Huffington Post. "It always hurts to let talented, dedicated people go, and no journalist likes to tell other journalists that they are losing their jobs," Micklethwait wrote in the memo to staffers.


  14. NYC's Iconic Cabs Are Officially Changing Starting TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TheBlaze.com

    They're a New York City staple, but the streets filled with honking yellow taxis - mostly sedans mixed with some SUVs and minivans - are taking on a different look starting this week. The Nissan NV200, known as the "Taxi of Tomorrow," has been in the works for a few years, with several hundred already on city streets.


  15. Brooklyn Cupcake arrives in GlendaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Jackson Heights News

    Brooklyn Cupcake has made quite a name for itself. The company was voted the number one cupcake in New York City by Daily News readers and has been given a 27 out of 30 Zagat rating.


  16. The 'Taxi of Tomorrow' Is Now Officially the Taxi of TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New York Magazine

    Most yellow-cab owners in New York are now required to upgrade to the boxy Nissan NV200 when replacing their older vehicles. The controversial "Taxi of Tomorrow" is finally the new yellow-cab standard for New York City, following years of legal, political, and aesthetic turmoil.


  17. Slain Reporter's Father in Contact with Mark Kelly, Michael BloombergRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Breitbart.com

    On August 30, Andy Parker, the father of slain WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, indicated he has already "been in contact with Mark Kelly" and with associates of Michael Bloomberg to get his best trajectory for a gun control push. Breitbart News previously reported that Andy began pushing gun control on August 26-the very day his daughter was murdered-and by August 30, he was pushing issues for which Mark Kelly and Bloomberg-sponsored groups have also campaigned.


  18. Rare job cuts at Bloomberg as global media giant lays off 80 journalistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South China Morning Post

    Bloomberg Media, the global news organisation headed by former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, will lay off about 80 journalists this week in a rare retrenchment for the high-flying company. New York-based Bloomberg employs about 2,400 journalists in 150 bureaus worldwide, and it generally has been in a growth mode in recent years as other news organisations have pared back.


  19. Campaign 2012THIS is My SideRead the original story

    Nov 7, 2011 | American Reporter

    Now we've entered the stage of the Occupy Wall Street movement where things are starting to get dangerous for the brave American who insists upon exercising his or her First Amendment right to peaceably assemble to seek social change. We've seen mass arrests and the forcible dismantling of encampments in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, and other cities around the country.


  20. Mayor Bill de Blasio joins TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Newsday

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks in Far Rockaway, Queens on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. Photo Credit: Charles Eckert Mayor Bill de Blasio hosted his first Twitter conversation Monday, fielding questions on his administration's policies as well as some softballs on his personal interests.