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Alcohol Isn’t Worth the Trouble for Some Chain Restaurants

Alcohol Isn’t Worth the Trouble for Some Chain Restaurants
nytimes.com — Some restaurant chains are turning to the bottle during the rough economy, but the liquoring up has produced mostly headaches, not happiness. Outlets that specialize in quick and cheap daytime meals - including Starbucks, Sonic and Guy & Gallard, the New York chain - have been experimenting with adding alcohol to their menus.

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Christian Science Paper to End Daily Print Edition

Christian Science Paper to End Daily Print Edition
nytimes.com — After a century of continuous publication, The Christian Science Monitor will abandon its weekday print edition and appear online only, its publisher announced Tuesday. The cost-cutting measure makes The Monitor the first national newspaper to largely give up on print.

Bank tellers, with access to accounts, pose a rising security risk - The Santa Fe New Mexican: News

Bank tellers, with access to accounts, pose a rising security risk - The Santa Fe New Mexican: News
santafenewmexican.com — Bank robbers used to burst into banks brandishing guns and bearing notes demanding cash to the teller behind the window. Today, the thieves may be on the other side of the counter.

Bank Tellers, With Access to Accounts, Pose a Rising Security Risk

Bank Tellers, With Access to Accounts, Pose a Rising Security Risk
nytimes.com — Bank robbers used to burst into banks brandishing guns and bearing notes demanding cash to the teller behind the window. Today, the thieves may be on the other side of the counter.

For Victims, an Overloaded Court System Brings Pain and Delays

For Victims, an Overloaded Court System Brings Pain and Delays
nytimes.com — It had gone on for almost four years, Maxima Allen said as she sat on a hard bench in State Supreme Court in Brooklyn over the summer. She did not need notes to remember the date - Dec. 20, 2011 - that her son Alfredo was stabbed with scissors on the basketball court of Erasmus High School, causing irreversible brain damage.

Police Testify on Housing Project’s Dangers at Officer’s Manslaughter Trial

Police Testify on Housing Project’s Dangers at Officer’s Manslaughter Trial
nytimes.com — The Brooklyn housing project where a police officer fatally shot an unarmed man, Akai Gurley, was notoriously dangerous, according to testimony drawn out on Tuesday by lawyers for the officer, Peter Liang. Two police officers who patrolled housing projects and responded to a radio call of a shooting at the Louis H.

Trial Begins for New York Officer Charged in Fatal Shooting of Akai Gurley

Trial Begins for New York Officer Charged in Fatal Shooting of Akai Gurley
nytimes.com — The trial of Peter Liang, the New York City police officer charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Akai Gurley, who was unarmed in a housing-project stairwell in Brooklyn, began with dramatic opening statements from each side on Monday morning. "Akai Gurley is dead today because he crossed paths with Peter Liang, who is sitting here," Marc J.

Public Divide on Police Hangs Over Brooklyn Officer’s Manslaughter Trial

Public Divide on Police Hangs Over Brooklyn Officer’s Manslaughter Trial
nytimes.com — On Thursday, the final day of jury selection in the trial of Peter Liang, the New York police officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting of an unarmed man in the stairwell of a Brooklyn housing project, a prosecutor asked jurors if they thought the charges were "heavy-handed."

4 Brooklyn Rape Suspects Expected to Be Released as Officials Try to Sort Out Case

4 Brooklyn Rape Suspects Expected to Be Released as Officials Try to Sort Out Case
nytimes.com — Four of the five defendants suspected of raping an 18-year-old woman at a Brownsville playground on Jan. 7 were expected to be out of jail by Thursday night, after the Brooklyn district attorney alerted the court that he would not make the initial deadline to obtain indictments against them.
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May 05, 2016

But what would decorate Brooklyn's trees without black plastic bags on every branch? nytimes.com/2016/05/05/nyr…

Apr 29, 2016

RT @rachelholliday: "I lost my virginity listening to Prince." --Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, in real life, right now.  ¯\_(ツ)_/#bklovesprince #bklovesprince

Apr 20, 2016

RT @AlexanderEmmons: Wow. FBI agents told to withhold tech info even from prosecutors, lest they quit and become defense attorneys https://usatoday.com/story/news/201….co/MShj5Fzf58

Apr 19, 2016

RT @politicony: Peter Liang, the former NYPD officer who fatally shot #AkaiGurley, will not go to jail politi.co/1VhuSuf https://t.copic.twitter.com/sd0JE6iP2dsd0JE6iP2d

Apr 18, 2016

RT @jbsgreenberg: Thrilled & kvelling, as Yaya would say, to be a Pulitzer finalist for our arbitration series.@mco@mcorkery5b@gebeloffnytp…<a title="http://www.pulitzer.org/prize-winners-by-year/2016" href="https://t.co/uoQ5wL6PTl" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">pulitzer.org/prize-winners-…

Apr 18, 2016

The prosecutor said Ms. Lonina became enthralled by positive feedback online. twitter.com/penenberg/stat…

Apr 14, 2016

RT @nytimes: Lawsuit against maker of gun in Sandy Hook massacre can proceed, court rules nyti.ms/1V5gUM5


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