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Special counsel Robert Mueller took over the investigation when he was appointed soon after James Comey's firing. It's unclear whether Mueller is still pursuing it.

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Fire damaged the exterior of Tate's Bake Shop in East Moriches as well as two trailers parked on the premises Friday night, fire and Suffolk County law enforcement authorities said.

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Kelly was in the second of a three-year contract that reportedly paid her more than $20 million a year.

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Switch trouble at the Woodside station was causing 15- to 20-minute delays on eastbound LIRR trains Friday night, a problem that caused officials to direct trains to bypass the Woodside, Kew Gardens and Forest Hill stations.

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DJ LeMahieu agrees to two-year deal with Yankees, source says

The Yankees signed three-time Gold Glove second baseman DJ LeMahieu to a two-year contract on Friday, a source confirmed, which would seem to affect their pursuit of one of this offseason's more coveted free agents, Manny Machado.

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Long Island weather: Light snow possible this weekend

This weekend's snow, if it appears, could be measured in tenths of inches, the National Weather Service said.

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Judge offers alleged MS-13 leader known as 'Reaper' 15-year deal

A Nassau County judge Friday offered the alleged MS-13 gang East Coast leader a deal to spend 15 years behind bars on New York drug trafficking and conspiracy charges after learning he's now also facing a federal racketeering case in Maryland.

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Judge bars owner of parking lot from terminating senior center's use

A state judge barred a car repair shop from evicting the city of Glen Cove from an 18-space parking lot that the city says is critically needed for patrons of the senior center across the street.

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Army veteran reunites with doctors who helped him recover from coma

Michael Mendez felt overwhelmed after he left the military in 2004, drinking heavily with post-traumatic stress disorder. By six months ago, his organs began to fail.

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Catherine Pirrone, former Long Beach city treasurer, dies at 78

Former Long Beach city treasurer Catherine Pirrone, known for her kindness and patience, has died.

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Laura Curran uses new law to justify delayed assessment notices

A law passed by the Nassau legislature last year to force County Executive Laura Curran to mail tentative notices of reassessment is being used by Curran to justify a delay in mailing the notices.

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Consumer prices in the metropolitan area rose last month from a year earlier on higher housing costs.

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Amtrak and MTA officials, encouraged by a plan to avert a complete shutdown of the L subway line for repairs, are considering a similar strategy to reduce the impact on Long Island Rail Road customers from fixes inside the Sandy-damaged East River Tunnels.

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LIRR commuters on the Babylon and Montauk branches can expect delays of 10 to 15 minutes and possible cancellations Friday afternoon after "an unauthorized person" was struck by a train at Rockville Centre, the railroad said.

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A former New York City public school teacher from Farmingville has filed legal papers against the city and its Department of Education, Mayor Bill de Blasio and media outlets in the city, alleging she has suffered reverse discrimination, defamation and "loss of reputation," leaving her publicly...

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Long Island charities, public officials and businesses are coming together to help out workers feeling the financial sting of the partial federal shutdown.

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