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The Metropolitan Opera says it's postponing a lockout of 3,000 of its workers for three days after a spokesperson said management reached a deal with three of the 15 unions whose contracts expire at midnight.

Updated 9:40 AM

The Spider-Man accused of hitting a police officer in Times Square is defending the presence of costumed characters in the area, saying the performers are an essential part of the flavor of the "Crossroads of the World."

9:38 AM

Report: U.S. Attorney Threatens to Probe Gov's Moreland Commission

Governor Andrew Cuomo could face legal action from the anti-corruption panel he formed and then disbanded, as a published report says U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara sent a letter to the Cuomo administration warning of an investigation into obstruction of justice and witness tampering.

Updated 07/31/2014 10:14 PM

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What a Week 8/1/14

Radio talk show host Mark Simone and New York Daily News columnist Linda Stasi offer their take on the week's top news stories, from the latest developments in the Moreland Commission investigation and Gov. Cuomo to the free furniture donation at Gracie Mansion.

10:54 AM

 

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Students Join TWC to Celebrate Million Minds Milestone

Students from across the city came to the Intrepid on Thursday to take part in a bundle of science, technology, engineering and math or STEM activities as part of a celebration for Time Warner Cable's Connect a Million Minds initiative. 11:40 AM

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Mayor Hosts Roundtable on Police-Community Relations

In an effort to improve relations between the New York City Police Department and city residents, the mayor, police commissioner and community activists gathered at City Hall Thursday for a roundtable discussion. Updated 07/31/2014 06:41 PM

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Crews Work to Meet Mayor's Affordable Housing Goal

One set of numbers sums up what may be Mayor Bill de Blasio's top goal for his time in office: 200,000 units of affordable housing, preserved or constructed, over the next 10 years. How far along is he? NY1's Josh Robin filed the following report. 07/31/2014 09:25 PM

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