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Three games into the season, nothing seemed to be working for the Rangers. When they played well defensively, they didn't score. When they scored, they couldn't keep the puck out of their own net. And when they changed their lineup, it didn't seem to change their luck.

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Sterling Shepard has been a part of only four Giants-Eagles games, but that's a big enough bite out of this decades-old rivalry to experience its intensity and meaning.

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MILWAUKEE -- As Christian Yelich and Jesus Aguilar, the foremost sluggers on a Brewers team full of them, sat side by side Thursday at the front of a news-conference room in the bowels of Miller Park, 16 minutes of questions were directed almost exclusively at Yelich.

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Northport field hockey goalie Kate Gilligan plays twice as hard to make up for lost time.

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WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump nominated U.S. District Judge Joseph Bianco, who has overseen many murder cases against MS-13 gang members on Long Island, to serve on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, the White House said Wednesday.

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Pets4Luv, a nonprofit pet rescue and animal shelter now at the Source, says Lesso's initial promise of a lease has been revoked and the shelter will have to find a new home by Jan. 31.

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Through August, the LIRR averaged 141 canceled trains each month this year, "the highest monthly average in at least 10 years," according to a report by Thomas DiNapoli's office.

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GREENBURGH, N.Y. - Is Frank Ntilikina an incredibly versatile player? Or does he have a set of skills that the Knicks don't quite know what to do with?

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Sgt. Kenneth McHugh said that on Oct. 4 Foley entered a portable toilet on school grounds at 500 Great East Neck Rd. in West Babylon at about 5 p.m. and put on women's underwear.

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Dr. Dante Cubangbang, 50, of Franklin Square, was by far the largest oxycodone pill prescriber in New York tracked by Medicare and Medicaid, officials said.

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Risky business The fate of two civilians who ran dangerously afoul of the power elite in different U.S.-backed countries drew suspense throughout Thursday in Washington, D.C.

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Authorities say Brooklyn man plotted with confidential government witness in the Oct. 4 killing of a Bronx man, 71, with links to organized crime.

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Sylvester Zottola, 71, was shot and killed at a drive-through lane of a Bronx McDonald's.

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Safety officials say faster reporting could have helped investigators understand how an Air Canada jet nearly crashed into other planes in San Francisco

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Once all the approvals are granted, Ledecky said he expects shovels to be in the ground in May 2019 and the arena to open on schedule in October 2021.

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Prosecutors say while luring concertgoers to the poorly organized event in the Bahamas, William McFarland had made misleading statements to investors about the concert's prospects and other matters.

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A new addition, and very important player, popped up on the Jets' injury report Thursday. Leonard Williams did not practice because of a back issue.

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How's the Metropolitan Transportation Authority doing?

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