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Paid sick days could be the beginning, a new bill would require five paid vacation days for employees on the job for six months.
The Mets signed OF Bobby Abreu to a minor league contract Monday night and assigned him to Triple-A Las Vegas. The 40-year old was released by the Phillies this spring after being told he would not make their 25-man roster.
The city’s ex-top cop remained mum Monday after new Police Commissioner Bill Bratton blasted his approach to fighting crime. But Kelly’s former mouthpiece came out swinging, defending his old boss’s record as commish.
The gruesome attack on the night of June 9, 2013 left Ana Trujillo's boyfriend, Alf Stefan Andersson, lying mangled on the floor of his Houston apartment after struck at least 25 times by her shoe, according to prosecutors.
Winter is over but things remain frosty in the child custody case involving Olympic skier Bode Miller and Columbia University student Sara McKenna. Miller and McKenna were unable to reach a temporary settlement Monday during a conference at New York County Family Court.
A year and a half after Hurricane Sandy, work on the first six storm-wrecked homes only began during the last week. So far, another three homeowners have received reimbursement checks from the aid program — out of nearly 20,000 homeowners who applied.
Johnson City Officer David Smith, 43, was shot multiple times outside an MRI office near Binghamton after a disturbed employee managed to grab his gun just after 7 a.m., said Police Chief Joseph Zikuski.
The man suspected of killing his wife and abducting an 8-year-old girl was found dead of a suicide in an expansive Washington, D.C. park, police said Monday.
Nichol Marie Phelps, 30, was convicted in an Orange County courtroom Friday after pursuing a sexual relationship with the girl who was just 13 when they first met, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
A Texas couple kept their bruised, malnourished 5-year-old son in a diaper and locked in a closet of their Spring home, police said in a horrifying case of abuse. The tiny, blond-haired boy was severely underweight, his shoulder blades, ribs and vertebrae showing through his skin, when officers found him late last week.
Mr. Colter is going to Washington. Former Northwestern University quarterback Kain Colter, who is the leading face in the movement to unionize college sports, will take the cause to Capitol Hill this week, according to an ESPN report.
Chris Christie says he isn’t letting the still-evolving Bridgegate scandal weigh down his potential 2016 plans. The embattled New Jersey governor told Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File” that the political problems arising from the suspicious closures of multiple traffic lanes on the George Washington Bridge last year won’t affect whether he’ll run for president.
The nephew charged with shooting hip-hop artist and reality TV star Benzino during a weekend funeral procession on a Boston-area highway acted in self-defense, his lawyer said Monday.
Brewers star Ryan Braun drew a standing ovation in his return from a drug suspension, then was ruled out in the first call overturned under baseball’s expanded replay system as Milwaukee beat the Atlanta Braves 2-0 on Monday in a season opener.
Attorneys for Michelle Byrom, now 57, say they have new evidence in the 1999 murder of her husband, Edward 'Eddie' Bryom Sr. She was sentenced to death in 2000 for his murder and for recruiting her son in the plot. Byrom now argues her son committed the slaying.
The 32-year-old former reality TV star-turned-designer, who is also an author and actress, is heading to VH1.
Kody Wesson was driving along Highway 530 in Washington when the deadly mudslide struck last weekend.
The brother-in-law of champion NASCAR stock car racer Jimmie Johnson died in a freak skydiving accident Sunday after he collided with another jumper in midair and then failed to deploy his parachute during freefall in eastern San Diego County, Calif., officials said.
Actress Shirley Jones is celebrating her 80th birthday on the ground, instead of skydiving as she had planned.
Attorneys for a 12-year-old boy accused of accidentally wounding his older sister with a .22 pistol want a Queens family court judge to toss out some of the statements he made to cops in the wake of the shooting.