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During Men's Health Month, Dr. Zizmor and other top dermatologists are urging patients to take the proper precautions to prevent and detect skin cancer. Comment?
Fifteen million Americans served in the military during World War II, and about 359,000 Americans died in the war. Comment?
IBM's recent round of U.S. layoffs claimed nearly 3,000 jobs, according to Alliance@IBM, a Big Blue employee organization. Comment?
Kemp Hannon's "There Ought To Be A Law" contest for students is a fine educational and public service program...But, I'd rather see him spend his time getting his State Senate and Assembly colleagues to pass "better" laws than they currently do. Comment?
The Museum of the City of New York today announced a star-studded line-up of musicians and writers for a special concert to benefit the upcoming exhibition Folk City. Comment?
But that hasn't been true at least since Hugh Carey's first term - and maybe the drought was weighing on Andrew Cuomo Monday evening, when he told a hastily convened, off-the-record dinner for reporters that he's a man given to looking at "the Big Picture." Comment?
On the same day that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Seneca Nation of Indians President Barry Snyder announced a deal that will preserve Seneca Gaming Corporation's monopoly on casinos west of the Genesee River, a defense contractor with major federal support held a press conference in its new taxpayer-funded home in the Butler Mansion on ... (more) Comment?
While Vanessa Lachey is happily married to her husband Nick, she has now encountered a possible rival for her affections. Comment?
The Green Infrastructure Center Inc. and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation today released a New York edition of a green infrastructure planning guide that will help communities protect and restore vital green infrastructure that can help mitigate flooding, while at the same time performing critical life sustaining ... (more) Comment?
Greta Gerwig plays a 27-year-old New Yorker who is always on the go, but never really seems to get anywhere, in " Frances Ha ," which opens on Friday, June 21, at The Pageant Theatre . Comment?
When a food craze has New Yorkers begrudgingly waiting in queues it is only a matter of time before it hits Down Under. Comment?
Clarence Otis, chief executive officer of Darden Restaurants Inc., speaks during the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York. Comment?
Jesse Tyler Ferguson on Performing in New York's Shakespeare in the Park Comedy of Errors Production-Rain or Shine Summer after summer, New Yorkers and tourists alike spend hours upon hours waiting in line at the Delacorte Theater. Comment?
New York City's massive teachers' union backed former City Comptroller William Thompson for mayor Wednesday, giving a sizeable campaign boost to a onetime school board chief who made an unexpectedly strong showing in the last mayoral race. Comment?
Assemblyman Steve Hawley is calling on the State Assembly to pass the Public Assistance Integrity Act, which would prevent tax dollars from being spent on cigarettes and liquor while protecting a crucial safety net for families in need. Comment?
Bill de Blasio's mayoral campaign released a wide-ranging policy book today, with a transportation platform that emphasizes the expansion of Select Bus Service, a "Vision Zero" approach to street safety, and the continued growth of the city's bike lane and bike-share networks. Comment?
New Yorkers could see some new high-technology employers enjoying a decade of tax-free living and five Las Vegas-type casinos under deals announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders. Comment?
You can't see or smell carbon monoxide and the results can be deadly in just a matter of minutes. Comment?
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett was a Western New York visitor Tuesday, when he came Amherst to help celebrate a milestone reached by one of the many companies he owns --GEICO. Comment?
New York's medical community worries that adding 1.1 million people to insurance rolls under the federal health care overhaul will overwhelm primary care physicians, many of whom are already swamped. Comment?