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Friends, family remember trailblazing cop and martial arts instructor Albert Dandridge

Friends, family and dozens of officers poured into a Bronx church to pay tribute Tuesday to a pioneering retired cop who served as one of the first black commanders in the NYPD. Albert Dandridge, who passed away on June 10 at 96, was celebrated as a trailblazing detective and a consummate father.... ...


Long Island dad who got lifesaving liver transplant after 8-year wait hopes to enroll more donors

When Ronnie Reid’s phone rang last October with lifesaving news for her father she almost didn’t pick up. The organ transplant coordinator at LiveOnNY, a Midtown-based nonprofit, hates telemarketers and her first instinct was to let it ring. When she saw it was from a colleague from work, calling... ...


Boy, 17, shot and killed while running from Pa. police

A 17-year-old boy was shot and killed by police while running away from officers, according to authorities. An officer in East Pittsburgh, Pa., opened fire on the teen as he tried to get away from a traffic stop on Tuesday night where the driver was arrested. Police pulled over the car because... ...


Dominic Smith didn't escape smack talk from Rockies fans during first full game in Mets outfield: 'They rode me all night'

DENVER — Dominic Smith just laughed. When asked about his first full major-league game in the outfield, Smith shook his head and laughed. It was not about how he played, because for someone with such limited time in the outfield, he played really well. He just wasn’t used to the interaction with... ...


Montreal is ending its horse-carriage industry; why won't New York?

After 150 years of controversy, and one failed attempt at a ban in 2016, it appears the city of Montreal is finally putting an end to their horse-drawn carriage industry. Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante included a promise to ban calèches — as they are known locally — in her 2017 campaign, and is... ...


Farmworkers, forgotten again: Time's Up says New York is failing thousands of women

Fifty years ago, Robert Kennedy stood with farmworkers?to?call?for?basic rights?that virtually all other?workers?enjoy — a day of rest, overtime pay, workers’ compensation, sanitary housing and the right to demand safe work conditions without the risk?of being fired.? On?the night of Kennedy’s... ...


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Friends, family remember trailblazing cop and martial arts instructor Albert Dandridge

Friends, family and dozens of officers poured into a Bronx church to pay tribute Tuesday to a pioneering retired cop who served as one of the first black commanders in the NYPD. Albert Dandridge, who passed away on June 10 at 96, was celebrated as a trailblazing detective and a consummate father.... ...


Long Island dad who got lifesaving liver transplant after 8-year wait hopes to enroll more donors

When Ronnie Reid’s phone rang last October with lifesaving news for her father she almost didn’t pick up. The organ transplant coordinator at LiveOnNY, a Midtown-based nonprofit, hates telemarketers and her first instinct was to let it ring. When she saw it was from a colleague from work, calling... ...


Boy, 17, shot and killed while running from Pa. police

A 17-year-old boy was shot and killed by police while running away from officers, according to authorities. An officer in East Pittsburgh, Pa., opened fire on the teen as he tried to get away from a traffic stop on Tuesday night where the driver was arrested. Police pulled over the car because... ...


Dominic Smith didn't escape smack talk from Rockies fans during first full game in Mets outfield: 'They rode me all night'

DENVER — Dominic Smith just laughed. When asked about his first full major-league game in the outfield, Smith shook his head and laughed. It was not about how he played, because for someone with such limited time in the outfield, he played really well. He just wasn’t used to the interaction with... ...


Montreal is ending its horse-carriage industry; why won't New York?

After 150 years of controversy, and one failed attempt at a ban in 2016, it appears the city of Montreal is finally putting an end to their horse-drawn carriage industry. Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante included a promise to ban calèches — as they are known locally — in her 2017 campaign, and is... ...


Farmworkers, forgotten again: Time's Up says New York is failing thousands of women

Fifty years ago, Robert Kennedy stood with farmworkers?to?call?for?basic rights?that virtually all other?workers?enjoy — a day of rest, overtime pay, workers’ compensation, sanitary housing and the right to demand safe work conditions without the risk?of being fired.? On?the night of Kennedy’s... ...


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