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New Jersey plumber, family travel to Texas to help make critical repairs after storm

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Since arriving Sunday, they've been going house-to-house in Texas making critical plumbing repairs.
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A Drug-Fueled New York City Bacchanal and the Lives It Changed

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The protagonist of Jack Livings's novel, “The Blizzard Party,” recalls the late-1970s blowout bash in an Upper West Side penthouse that marked her and her family forever.
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Working Families is only New York party to grow since November

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Voter data released this week by the state Board of Elections indicates enrollment for the two major parties has ticked down since November, while the ranks of the Conservative and Working Families parties have increased in the Capital Region.
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Courts seek funding to prevent Capitol-riot-style 'incursion'

Courts seek funding to prevent Capitol-riot-style 'incursion'

Federal judges are asking Congress for special funding of almost $113 million to prevent court buildings from being overrun by a “hostile incursion” similar to the storming of... Read more ...

Police ID Man Killed In St. Paul Saloon Shooting

Police ID Man Killed In St. Paul Saloon Shooting

MINNEAPOLIS - St. Paul police are investigating the city's seventh homicide of the year, which happened Tuesday evening at a bar on the city's east side. Two people were shot... Read more ...

Woman went shopping at Nieman Marcus, Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton and diamond...

Woman went shopping at Nieman Marcus, Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton and diamond stores with COVID-19 relief loan

A North Carolina woman used the relief money at stores such as Ikea and Louis Vuitton, federal prosecutors said. Read more ...

UFC Fight Night 186's Kevin Croom explains why he's still the winner after...

UFC Fight Night 186's Kevin Croom explains why he's still the winner after weed overturned debut

Kevin Croom 's UFC debut performance was picture-perfect. After years of fighting on the regional circuit throughout the United States, Croom got the call to make his UFC debut... Read more ...

Postmaster general faces lawmakers on problems, defends work of US Postal...

Postmaster general faces lawmakers on problems, defends work of US Postal Service

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy described problems and defended the work of the U.S. Postal Service during testimony Wednesday before a House committee in Washington. Read more ...

Arrest made in connection to crash that killed 24-year-old motorcyclist

Arrest made in connection to crash that killed 24-year-old motorcyclist

Justice Shapson Ferreira, 24, of Fayetteville, died. He was operating a 2003 Suzuki GSX-R600 at the time of the crash. Read more ...

U.S. Report On Khashoggi's Death Expected To Single Out Saudi Crown Prince...

U.S. Report On Khashoggi's Death Expected To Single Out Saudi Crown Prince: Reuters

The Biden administration's report, to be released on Thursday, reportedly found that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the journalist's killing. Read more ...

Former Andrew Cuomo Aide Alleges New York Governor Kissed Her Without Consent

Former Andrew Cuomo Aide Alleges New York Governor Kissed Her Without Consent

Lindsey Boylan also accused the governor of making inappropriate comments and fostering a hostile workplace for women in an essay published Wednesday. Read more ...

Will Tiger Woods play golf again? Sports medicine expert weighs in

Will Tiger Woods play golf again? Sports medicine expert weighs in

In a career marked by remarkable comebacks, it's no longer a matter of when Tiger Woods plays again but if he plays again. Read more ...

Cincinnati City Council votes to recognize March 1 as 'COVID-19 Memorial Day'

Cincinnati City Council votes to recognize March 1 as 'COVID-19 Memorial Day'

With more than half a million Americans now dead from COVID-19, Cincinnati city leaders are looking to honor people in Cincinnati who have been impacted by the virus. Read more ...