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  • New Invention

    New Invention
    I like drones. Well, let’s put it this way. I see the practical uses of drones. Of course, the technology being new, some people have run afoul of proper drone use already. The other day a drone almost collided with a NYPD helicopter. Not cool. A...
  • Mom who left baby on NYC subway platform held: cops

    Mom who left baby on NYC subway platform held: cops
    A mother accused of abandoning her baby by pushing its stroller onto the platform in a New York City subway station before hopping on a departing train was in custody Tuesday, police said. The 20-year-old woman is suspected of leaving the 10-month-old...
  • Heroes Golf Course, on Veterans Affairs campus, is their cause

     Heroes Golf Course, on Veterans Affairs campus, is their cause
    A miraculous thing happened to Heroes Golf Course in January. It turned green. That, of course, prompts two questions: What is Heroes Golf Course and how can a golf course not be green? Heroes Golf Course could not be more aptly named. It is a nine-...
  • NYPD officers to get training in L.A. after alleged use of chokehold

    New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton said the death of a 43-year-old Staten Island man who may have been placed in a chokehold by a police officer last week would probably spark a federal review and could lead to a probe into possible...
  • NYPD officer in chokehold death identified, placed on modified duty

    NYPD officer in chokehold death identified, placed on modified duty
    The New York City Police Department has identified one of the officers involved in the death of a Staten Island man who was allegedly placed in a chokehold during an arrest earlier this week. Daniel Pantaleo has been placed on "modified duty," according...
  • Rev. Al Sharpton leads calls for justice in NYPD chokehold death

    Rev. Al Sharpton leads calls for justice in NYPD chokehold death
    The Rev. Al Sharpton said Saturday "there is no justification" for the series of events that led to the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed New York City man who was allegedly placed in a chokehold by police officers earlier this week. Flanked by the 43-...
  • Hartford Actor Eriq La Salle's Releases Second Book

    Hartford Actor Eriq La Salle's Releases Second Book
    Actor Eriq La Salle, the Hartford native who became a star with his role on the TV show "E.R.," has been a busy guy these days, directing episodes of TV shows like "The Night Shift" and "Under the Dome," and the new series "Madam Secretary" and "Battle...
  • First responders in alleged NYC chokehold case pulled from regular duty

    As New York City officials investigate the case of a Staten Island man who died Thursday after allegedly being put in a chokehold by police, the city’s Fire Department removed the first responders who attended to the man from regular duty. Four...
  • 'Traffic' writer Stephen Gaghan sells Brentwood home for $5 million

    Stephen Gaghan, who has an Oscar for screenwriting, and his fashion designer wife Minnie Mortimer have sold their Brentwood home for $5 million, just a tad above their $4.995 million asking price. Set on more than an acre, the white-trimmed two-story...
  • Glastonbury's Amy Brenneman Takes Vow Of Silence For HBO's 'The Leftovers'

    Glastonbury's Amy Brenneman Takes Vow Of Silence For HBO's 'The Leftovers'
    It's good to hear Amy Brenneman's voice on the phone. That's because in her surprising new role on HBO's dramatic series "The Leftovers, " her voice isn't heard at all, anytime soon. In it, the Glastonbury native, whose work has included "NYPD Blue,"...
  • TV Review: 'NY Med'

    "NY Med" provokes mixed feelings. Producer Terence Wrong's verite documentary style remains extremely compelling, mining all kinds of stories -- touching, harrowing, funny -- out of the heroic work of real-life medical personnel at two New York-area...