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  1. Visitor's visa applicants must prove strong ties to homelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New York Daily News

    Immigrants from some countries must prove 'substantial' ties to their homeland to get a visitor's visa to the U.S. Q: I am Nigerian. I am an honors student.

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  2. New NYC Municipal ID Law Allows City To Destroy Documentation Of All ApplicantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Caller

    The de Blasio administration made assurances that any records submitted by applicants who want to receive New York City's municipal ID will be destroyed on Dec. 31, 2016 - 20 days before a new president takes office. New York Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis told The Daily Caller that the future destruction of records on applicants for the city's new municipal identification card is "irresponsible" and "sets a very dangerous precedent."

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  3. Uncertainty surrounds costs of Albany convention center walkwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Albany Times Union

    A view from inside the Knickerbocker Walkway on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013 in Albany, NY. The walkway connects the Times Union Center to the Empire State Plaza.

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  4. The Guy Who Made My Kebabs Tried To Join ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jalopnik

    The war on ISIS has reached America, and the front lines are all around us. ISIS is real, and ISIS is here.

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  5. Cuomo: Qualified Long Island homeowners to see $1,186 annual property tax breakRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Newsday

    New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaking at Farmingdale State College in Farmingdale Feb. 5, 2015. Photo Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Monday promoted his plan in which many Long Island homeowners would see an average annual savings of $1,186 over four years by using state funds to subsidize high local property taxes, state officials said.

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  6. The Rap-Sheet Trap: Legislature Falls Down on FixesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | City Limits

    Assemblyman Jeffrion Aubry wrote a bill seven years ago to address leading causes of rap-sheet errors. Eric Schneiderman, an ex-senator who was prime sponsor of reform legislation, now commands a powerful position in law enforcement as state Attorney General.

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  7. Upscale New York suburb embroiled in a wily debate over coyotesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WSTM-TV Syracuse

    This well-heeled hamlet north of New York City is embroiled in an increasingly nasty debate that seems oddly out of place amid the stately homes and tony boutiques: What should be done about coyotes? Self-styled coyote spotters in and around Chappaqua have counted 160 incursions into backyards and streets over the last two years and at least 10 recent attacks on pets. That's been enough to stir animal passions among residents over the question of when and if a coyote deserves to be killed.

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  8. Local family joins statewide campaign calling for more funding for developmentally disabledRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Batavian

    Althea Penepent with her daughter-in-law Jeanne and daughter Valerie. Mrs. Penepent is speaking out on the need for expanded services for people with developmental disabilities in New York State for her daughter and thousands of others on a waiting list for residential services.

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  9. The 28 Best Parties, Openings and Events at Armory Week 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New York Observer

    Before hitting the many fairs that open across the city this week-before sailing over the seas of galleries sequestered into grids-how about we have a cocktail at a hotel bar and welcome people from the world over to New York. This is where we apologize for the cold, so we don't have to for the rest of the week.-Nate Freeman Langham Place, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, 6:30 p.m., invitation only The dashing Gallic art advisor Richard Taittinger has up and opened what could be the grandest gallery on the Lower East Side-a gleaming, immaculate cube on Ludlow Street in a space that used to house an indie rock venue, moving that stretch of downtown further away from the glory days of Max Fish and firmly into its glitz and glamor faze.

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  10. Mia Michaels & The Rockettes Talk New York Spring SpectacularRead the original story

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    DANCING WITH THE STARS standout Derek Hough stars in the new Radio City Music Hall extravaganza titled NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR and a fresh video featurette showcasing the legendary leggy Rockettes discussing collaborating with famed SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE choreographer Mia Michaels is now available to view. The official description of Radio City Music Hall's NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR is as follows: "In New York Spring Spectacular, Derek Hough has been cast as Jack, a man with a special mission who will receive an eternal reward if he's able to help Bernie keep his position as a New York City tour guide.

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  11. Pocket-Sized Field Guide Helps You See Internet at Work in NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PSFK

    In their always-moving lives, New Yorkers often take the technologies they depend upon for granted. Though approximately 87 underground subway stations now have wireless service, and none of them had it a couple of years ago, the service seems like it was always there.

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  12. Assemblyman Jim TediscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Albany Times Union

    Perhaps the best kept secret in state government is that parents have a right to refuse to have their children take the Common Core standardized tests if they desire without fear of reprisal against their kids, teachers or schools. Both parents and teachers have expressed concern over the over-testing of children in New York in regards to how the new Common Core standards are being applied along with the high stakes associated with the results of such tests.

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  13. Mother Convicted Of Using Salt To Poison Son Who Died In WestchesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The White Plains Daily Voice

    A Kentucky native living in Rockland County was convicted of second-degree depraved murder on Monday for poisoning and killing her 5-year-old son with salt, according to Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore. Lacey Spears, 27, checked her son, Garnett Spears into Nyack hospital on Jan. 17, 2014 for seizures.

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  14. Spears Jury Verdict: Guilty of Depraved Murder in the Second Degree.Read the original story

    Monday | White Plains CitizeNetReporter

    Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore announced that Lacey Spears of 247 Travis Road, Scottsville, Kentucky was convicted after a jury trial to the count in the indictment charging her with: relating to the death of her 5 year old son, Garnett-Paul Spears, who was declared dead at Westchester Medical Center on January 23, 2014. "Throughout his five years, Garnett Spears was forced to suffer through repeated hospitalizations, unneeded surgical procedures and ultimately poisoning with salt, all at the hands of the one person who should have been his ultimate protector: his mother.

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  15. AG says nearly $2M recovered for thousands of WNY'ersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    Between 2011 and 2014, nearly 3,000 Western New Yorkers who filed consumer complaints with New York state recovered $1.9 million in refunds and other relief, according to a new report issued by the state Attorney General's Office. That's the third highest number of successful mediations and the third highest total value of complaint recoveries in the state, following New York City and the Hudson Valley region.

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  16. South Nassau to discuss plans for LBMC campus, emergency departmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | South Shore Record

    South Nassau Communities Hospital formally announced Wednesday that it is planning to hold a community meeting in Long Beach sometime in March, where residents will be able to speak to hospital officials about its plans for the former Long Beach Medical Center campus. The announcement comes after SNCH said this week that it plans to convert its urgent-care center into a freestanding emergency department by July 1 , and that it would operate 24 hours a day and accept ambulances.

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  17. The Path to Freedom From Corruption Goes Through My State - And Your StateRead the original story

    Monday | Common Dreams

    The system is rigged and broken. A small number of people have far too much political power in America.

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  18. Mouthing OffRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Slate Magazine

    Prosecutors should prosecute, not proselytize. But U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara apparently plays by different rules than most prosecutors.

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  19. City Pols Push Albany for Stronger Rent RegulationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New York Observer

    Comptroller Scott Stringer rallies with Council members Mark Levine, right, Daniel Garodnick, Corey Johnson and Benjamin Kallos . A bevy of New York City elected leaders joined tenant groups outside City Hall to demand the state government bolster protections for tenants of more than one million apartments across the city.

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  20. Baryshnikov Arts Center to Kick Off Anniversary Season with Three Concerts, 4/6Read the original story

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    New York, NY - The Baryshnikov Arts Center continues its 10th anniversary celebratory season with three concerts in April, reflecting BAC's expanded series of music programming for 2015. The weeklong celebration begins Monday, April 6 at 7:30pm , with one of BAC's signature events - a BAC Salon - in the Howard Gilman Performance Space, featuring the chamber music of Berio, Cage, and Mozart in an intimate salon setting.

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