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  1. Man freed after 2 decades in prison to get $3.6MRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | KNUS-AM Aurora

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  2. Jon Stewart -- Comedy's Jonathan Gruber -- Attacks Sean HannityRead the original story

    6 hrs ago |

    Jon Stewart says Sean Hannity is a "loathsome dude." The host of The Daily Show makes a point of saying of Hannity that he is "probably the most loathsome dude over there" -- there being, of course, Fox News.


  3. Here's how the Fox-News-Cycle really worksRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Fox News aggressively promoting spurious allegations against DOJ. Taking a cue from right-wing blogs and The Washington Times , Fox News has spent the past week aggressively promoting allegations that the Obama Justice Department dropped voter intimidation charges against the New Black Panther Party due to racial considerations.


  4. Swansea Mall sold for $6.65 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    The property, owned by Carlyle Development of New York, was for sale by Rockwood Real Estate Advisors of New York. The Herald News has not yet learned who placed the highest bid on the mall, which has been for sale for more than a year.


  5. A year's worth of snow falls in three days, as New York is buried by the blizzardRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Metro UK News

    The state of New York experienced snow so think people were unable to see their hands in front of their faces this week. The blizzard that hit the area reportedly caused a year's worth of snow to fall in just three days, burying cars and trapping families in their homes.


  6. 'Hypocritical' Aussie FM at UN Ebola meeting warns against discriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Russia Taday

    The Aussie FM has slammed discrimination against nationals of Ebola-hit W. African countries while chairing the UN Security Council. Her statement has prompted accusations of hypocrisy as Australia has imposed travel bans on these states.


  7. Flooding becomes new threat in snowy BuffaloRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | WTVC

    Residents of western New York may soon have to worry about the water in their basements as well as the snow on their roofs. After a three-day onslaught that dumped a historic 7 feet of snow on the Buffalo area and killed at least 12 people, the sun came out Friday, but so did predictions of flooding caused by rain, temperatures of up to 60 degrees and blocked catch basins.


  8. State quickly pays $3.6M to innocent man jailed 21 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Anthony Yarbough, 40, was wrongfully convicted of the 1992 stabbing deaths of his heroin-addled mom, 12-year-old sister and her friend. Yarbough was the first of 10 men who has been cleared of old murder convictions by the Brooklyn District Attorney's office so far in 2014 - and also the first to get paid.


  9. GoLocalWorcester | News | Monfredo: A Magical Night a as Students Showed Off Their TalentRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Go Local

    The arts are an integral part of the education of Worcester Public School children. Students learn dance and music and theater and the visual arts.


  10. Man Behind Cleanup In NYC Ebola Case Accused Of Misrepresenting HimselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    NEW YORK - When Dr. Craig Spencer became the first person to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus in New York City last month, the city turned to one man to clean up the contaminated waste - Sal Pane. But on Friday, Pane was being accused of using good looks and charm to win business and attention that he did not earn.


  11. ConstanceNO Stamp, No DeliveryRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... poke a stick in the dead general's eye. The New York Post ," ignoring the rival (AP) spelling of their own News Corporation flagship, the Wall Street Journal , spells it "Khadafy," like their giant cross-town tabloid rival, the New York Daily News . ...


  12. What's really going onRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KETK

    I'm reading a great book right now about Roger Ailes. Long before he built FOX News with Rupert Murdoch's money, he was a political advisor.


  13. Danger Remains in Snowstorm's WakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    The snowfall from the storm that brought seven feet of snow to western New York has finally ended, but concern about flooding and roof collapses are far from over. The forecast for the Buffalo area calls for a chance of rain over the next few days, along with temperatures of about 60 degrees.


  14. CNN to Announce New Bill Weir Show MondayRead the original story

    Yesterday | TV Newser

    In the last four months Bill Weir has traveled to six continents. "It's the longest I've gone without having to put on a tie and be a prompter monkey," Weir told his former colleagues at WGN in Chicago this morning.


  15. Military Mom's oePride Packages Spread Love and Support OverseasRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    Evan Garlick joined the Marines when he was 17. He was eventually deployed to Iraq, a combat zone filled with chaos and pain. He was injured by a roadside bomb in December 2006, but refused medical attention so a more seriously injured fellow Marine would be taken care of.


  16. Ebola threatens global security: BishopRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    FOREIGN minister Julie Bishop has expressed concern about the Ebola virus outbreak at a UN Security Council meeting she chaired on the disease. THEY abducted, gang-raped and murdered a young Sydney woman but now the UN says the teen killers of Janine Balding were denied their own human rights.


  17. Pope Francis tackles autism as families seek hope and supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Deseret News

    Michele and Vinny Arbogast of New York were devastated when their son Kyle was diagnosed with autism as he struggled to speak as a toddler nearly a decade ago. This story is part of the Deseret News National Edition , which focuses on the issues that resonate with American families.


  18. Reporter Remains 'Livid' About Spiking of 2005 Bill Cosby ExposeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | FishBowl

    The Bill Cosby news stream continues to unfurl at a furious pace. And from an inside-media perspective, one of the biggest headlines remains the business explored by Mark Ebner and now, The Guardian .


  19. Pro-reformers in conservative media pull backRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Politico

    President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration has reunited a faction of the conservative commentariat that, in the wake of the 2012 presidential election, had split over the question of reform. On Thursday, as the president rolled out his plan to fix America's immigration system, the pundits - some of them Fox News hosts or regular guests - who had previously professed varying degrees of support for "amnesty" or "a pathway to citizenship" stood together in firm opposition toward what they saw as executive overreach of imperial proportions.


  20. Letter: Utilities consumer advocate neededRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Newsday

    Your front-page story "Proposal to cut LIPA debt: Charge customers more" [News, Nov. 18] should serve as a wake-up call to our state senators. The Long Island Power Authority's private financial adviser might be urging a rate increase, but 74 percent of Long Island's 50-and-over residents are already worried about affording their sky-high utility bills, a greater percentage than their peers anywhere else in New York, according to recent surveys by my organization.