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  • New York City loves its High Line, the trail in the sky

    New York City loves its High Line, the trail in the sky
    NEW YORK - It is a new and still-growing trail. It's not long: Just 1 mile, or 19 blocks. Welcome to the High Line Trail in the heart of New York City. It is known by some as the "Miracle Above Manhattan" and "The Trail in the Sky." The rail line-...
  • Wedded: Thomas Roberts and Patrick Abner

    Wedded: Thomas Roberts and Patrick Abner
    Wedding day: Sept. 29, 2012 Thomas' story: Thomas Roberts, 40, grew up in Towson and is a news anchor for MSNBC. His mother, Michelle Roberts, is retired and worked in the finance department for Sheppard Pratt Health System. His father, Albert "Rob"...
  • LEGOLAND Florida ya tiene un año

    LEGOLAND Florida ya tiene un año
    El tiempo pasa volando. Parece que fue ayer toda la algarabía que creó la apertura de LEGOLAND Florida, el primer parque temático abierto en la Florida Central en más de una década, pero ya hace un año. El balance de estos 365 días tiene que tener a los...
  • Accused Synagogue Bomb Plotter May Accept Plea Deal

    Accused Synagogue Bomb Plotter May Accept Plea Deal
    It was touted by the mayor and police commissioner as a unique case of homegrown terrorism that had potentially put hundreds of New Yorkers at risk of attack. Now, that high-profile terrorism bust may be lowering its profile somewhat, as details emerge...
  • Election Day coverage reflects low-road tone of 2012 campaign

    Election Day coverage reflects low-road tone of 2012 campaign
    The partisan media madness started early Tuesday on the "Fox & Friends" morning show with host Steve Doocy somehow turning a report on midnight voting in Dixville Notch, N.H., into an attack on President Barack Obama for his handling of the September...
  • One Millionaire to Another: Glad U.S. Senate Seats Can't Be Bought

    One of the more amusing responses to Republican Linda McMahon's defeat in Connecticut's U.S. Senate race came from our other U.S. Senator, Democrat Dick Blumenthal. He was commenting on the fact that ex-World Wrestling Entertainment CEO McMahon spent...
  • Is Tom Foley One of the Republican Losers of the 2012 Election?

    Is Tom Foley One of the Republican Losers of the 2012 Election?
    One Connecticut Republican who may have come out of last week’s elections as a significant loser wasn’t even running for anything. He has his eye on 2014 and he can’t be too happy when he reads the entrails of this election’s GOP...
  • Indy Winner Ryan Hunter-Reay On His Racing Career

    Indy Winner Ryan Hunter-Reay On His Racing Career
    Ryan Hunter-Reay, the winner of the Indy Racing Series, talks about his hobbies, the year in racing, and visiting New York. PIX11's Lisa Mateo caught up with him at the Empire State Building. For more information, visit ryanracing.com.
  • The Millionaires' Curse: Will the State's GOP Continue Running Rich Losers?

    The Millionaires' Curse: Will the State's GOP Continue Running Rich Losers?
    Republican millionaires have a pretty lousy record running for high office in Connecticut. Linda McMahon's hideously expensive effort ($100 million for self-funded U.S. Senate campaigns in 2010 and 2012) is only the latest and costliest failure. Tom...
  • World mission comes to San Diego

    SAN DIEGO – UCSD was the sight San Diego site of the global “Light It Up Blue” campaign, an effort to bring awareness to autism. The Geisel Library was lit up in the color blue on April 2nd for 5 hours joining other iconic buildings...
  • The new Manhattan skyline: Construction begins on $15 billion Hudson Yards

    The new Manhattan skyline: Construction begins on $15 billion Hudson Yards
    The New York City skyline is about to get a makeover. City officials and developers broke ground Tuesday morning on Hudson Yards, a $15 billion city-withiin-a-city on Manhattan's West Side. The 26-acre project will include an office tower taller than the...