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Airbus loses ground in bid to sell jets to United: sources

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PARIS/NEW YORK - Airbus's hopes of winning an immediate respite from slow sales of its A330neo jetliner with an order from United Airlines are dwindling, leaving a gap in future production weeks before it is due to enter service, industry sources said on Friday.
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‘It Has to Start Somewhere': Grass-Roots Drive to Integrate New York Schools

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Despite some opposition to one district's middle-school integration plan, there is a growing sense in the city that it is time to act on segregation.
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New York Giants Statistical Shortcomings That Need To Improve in 2018

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As the New York Giants begin their OTAs, here's a look at some statistical categories from last season which teh coaches will no doubt help the players seek to improve over the coming weeks.
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Bits: Kevin's Week in Tech: Crypto Tokin'

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A weeklong blockchain conference in New York, changes at Uber, a “transparency report” from Facebook, and more.
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On CNN, Giuliani shouts over tape of 1998 interview exposing his hypocrisy

On CNN, Giuliani shouts over tape of 1998 interview exposing his hypocrisy

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Earlier this month, former New York City Mayor turned Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani claimed that the president cannot be subpoenaed - a legal argument that flatly contradicted an argument he himself made in 1998 during the investigation of President Bill Clinton. On Friday, CNN's Chris Cuomo asked him about the contradiction; he simply started shouting.
First, Cuomo asked him how he could make the claim that contradicted his earlier argument. “I never heard of a subpoena for the president's person,” Giuliani argued. “Let's distinguish between a subpoena for documents and a subpoena...
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Yankees' Aaron Judge still searching for consistency: ‘My best is yet to come'

Yankees' Aaron Judge still searching for consistency: ‘My best is yet to come'

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Judge leads New York in batting average home runs (11) and RBIs (35).
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NY attorney in 'racist rant' shamed on social media, kicked out of office

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Video has surfaced of a New York City attorney caught in a racist rant at a restaurant this week. Attorney Aaron Schlossberg has been caught on video in tirades before.
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Alicia Keys among readers for audio edition of ‘Rebel Girls'

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NEW YORK - Imagine Alicia Keys talking about Nina Simone, or Ashley Judd on Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Keys and Judd are among the readers for an audio edition of “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls” and “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2.” The two audiobooks, coming out June 19 from Penguin Random House Audio, each feature 100 short biographies of famous women. The publisher told The Associated Press on Friday that other pairings will include Esperanza Spalding reading about Audrey Hepburn, Danai Gurira on Gloria Steinem and Samira Wiley on Beyonce.
“Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls”...
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Almost half of US families can't afford basics like rent and food

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NEW YORK - The economy may be chugging along, but many Americans are still struggling to afford a basic middle class life.
Nearly 51 million households don't earn enough to afford a monthly budget that includes housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and a cell phone, according to a study released Thursday by the United Way ALICE Project. That's 43% of households in the United States.
The figure includes the 16.1 million households living in poverty, as well as the 34.7 million families that the United Way has dubbed ALICE - Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. This...
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Buying Here: Cobblestone House in Thornburg has character to spare

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When Dick and Mavoureen Sullivan moved here from New York decades ago, their first home was in newly built Pennsbury Village. As their family grew, they moved over the hill to Cornell Road in Thornburg.
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Working Moms Don't Deserve the Blame for Unfair Work Expectations

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According to a recent New York Times article , we're past due for a MeToo style national reckoning around the open secret of anti-mom bias in the workplace. In her op-ed, Katherine Goldstein lays out the ways in which working mothers are assumed to be less dedicated to their jobs and calls for a “national discussion about discrimination against mothers, one that begins to raise in the collective consciousness the notion that this kind of discrimination is wrong and truly harmful.” This discrimination can manifest in many ways, such as being passed over for a promotion to outright being...
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WATCH: Union and nonunion ​shops continue to fight for elbow room

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 As nonunion construction firms continue to gobble up market share, some trades are taking steps to be more competitive. At the The Real Deal‘s 11th annual New York Showcase, a panel of construction and real estate professionals discussed how some trades are making work-rule and wage changes in order to keep pace with their nonunion counterparts. For some, though, these changes aren't happening fast enough, as nonunion companies increasingly gain ground in new sectors...
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A.M. Roundup: Nixon lights up Cuomo's handling of subway system

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Good morning. Capitol Confidential is expanding beyond written word and launching a weekly podcast with Times Union reporter David Lombardo. The show is going to highlight all-things New York state government and tell stories you won't get anywhere else. The first episode is scheduled for today. Here's your roundup! Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon quite literally showcased Gov. Andrew Cuomo's handling of the issues facing New York's subway system by displaying a lighted CuomosMTA sign to commuters dealing with delays. If anyone was unsure of what was happening, Nixon made it clear by...
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‘Disgusted' Officials File Complaint Against Man in Anti-Immigrant Rant

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A New York congressman and the Bronx borough president lodged a complaint with the court system against a man videotaped threatening Spanish-speaking workers.
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New York Today: New York Today: Inside the New York City Survival Kit

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Friday: Essential items to stash in your bag, weekend events, and a royal wedding.
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Morehouse College graduation speaker pledges to pay class of 2019 student debt

Morehouse College graduation speaker pledges to pay class of 2019 student debt

Robert F. Smith, a billionaire technology investor and philanthropist, says his family is providing grants to wipe out the student debt of the entire 2019 class. Read more ...

'Heroes' lead police to Texas girl who was abducted while walking with her...

'Heroes' lead police to Texas girl who was abducted while walking with her mother

The terrifying kidnapping incident was caught on a surveillance camera. Read more ...

Former college football standout reportedly tackles gunman at Oregon high school

Former college football standout reportedly tackles gunman at Oregon high school

Keanon Lowe, head football and track coach at Parkrose High School in northeast Portland, is being hailed as a hero after tackling a gunman in a classroom Friday. Read more ...

1 dead in Jeffersonville house explosion; several homes affected

1 dead in Jeffersonville house explosion; several homes affected

A Sunday morning house explosion in Jeffersonville killed one person, injured two others and damaged at least 15 surrounding homes. Read more ...

Trump Tweets He Is ‘Pro-Life' With ‘Three Exceptions' Days After Alabama...

Trump Tweets He Is ‘Pro-Life' With ‘Three Exceptions' Days After Alabama Passes Restrictive Abortion Ban

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You can now find a 'Game of Thrones' counselor near you

You can now find a 'Game of Thrones' counselor near you

Yes, "Game of Thrones" therapy is indeed a thing. Read more ...

Morehouse College graduation speaker pledges to pay class of 2019 student debt

Morehouse College graduation speaker pledges to pay class of 2019 student debt

Robert F. Smith, a billionaire technology investor and philanthropist, says his family is providing grants to wipe out the student debt of the entire 2019 class. Read more ...

The Latest: Double bogeys galore in 4th round of PGA

The Latest: Double bogeys galore in 4th round of PGA

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - The Latest on the PGA Championship on Sunday : Read more ...

Deutsche Bank staffers flagged suspicious transfers from Jared Kushner's...

Deutsche Bank staffers flagged suspicious transfers from Jared Kushner's companies to Russians

Congressional investigators have long suspected that President Donald Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank could be key to understanding his Russian ties and the possible... Read more ...

Halloween and Christmas come early for Fort Bragg girl with cancer

Halloween and Christmas come early for Fort Bragg girl with cancer

Friends in the Linden Oaks neighborhood have organized Halloween and Christmas celebrations for 5-year-old Ila Haskin, who has an inoperable brain tumor. Read more ...