Mom Makes Kids Beg For Their Dinner

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What with the extremely high cost of living, where’s the incentive to have five kids nowadays? The extra mouths to feed, the extra bodies to cloth, the extra ears to wash behind—it’s just too much. Unless of course you decide to make  your kids beg for those perks … literally. That’s what one unemployed Yonkers [&hellip
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Like Wesley Autrey, Without The Altruism

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Yesterday as weary workers were preparing for their evening commute, a man jumped in front of an oncoming subway train at the crowded Rockefeller Center station. It seems the unidentified 38-year-old man was standing on the subway platform when out of the blue he said “bye” to the woman standing next to him and leapt [&hellip
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Another Sex Crime, Another Finger Pointed At MySpace

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Unlike the handcuffed kid from Staten Island who cried MySpace, it seems a Long Island girl really was sexually assaulted by a man she met on the social networking site. From 1010WINS: “After a 6-week-long cyber-relationship, the 13-year-old girl made arrangements with 20-year-old Zachary Rapoza of Bayport for him to pick her up Monday at [&hellip
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Hip-Hop Fans Are Angrier Than Usual

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Today in front of Universal Records on Lexington Ave., hip-hop fans gathered to protest the genre’s increased emphasis on violence. But oddly enough, the demonstrators got pretty brutal themselves, smashing poor CDs and shredding defenseless T-shirts. The outrage comes in the wake of an incident last week in which Rapper Tony Yayo of 50 Cent’s [&hellip
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Rev. Al Brings Up Det. Oliver’s Murky Past

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Yesterday, The Rev. Al Sharpton accused the NYPD of "concealing" important information regarding a prior excessive force complaint against Det. Michael Oliver, the man who fired all 22 shots that hit Sean Bell and his friends. In addition, Sharpton brought up Oliver’s allegedly racist comments made during the 1995 arrest of an African cab driver, [&hellip
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