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EXCLUSIVE: NYC shelters plagued by abuse, negligence cases

Documents obtained by the Daily News paint a harrowing portrait of family life inside city shelters, where kids are abandoned, domestic abuse is rampant and 18 children were removed from their parents at a single provider. The troubling incidents that ...

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Six big cases before Supreme Court following Scalia's death

Bill Heinsohn/Getty Images USA, Washington DC, US Supreme Court Building The likely outcomes of six big cases on the Supreme Court’s docket this term have been thrown for a loop following Justice Antonin Scalia’s death. The most obvious case is ...

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Zika cases 'spreading explosively' across Americas: WHO

The World Health Organization estimates there could be 3 to 4 million cases of Zika as the virus “spreads explosively” across the Americas over the next year. Sylvain Aldighieri, head of WHO’s epidemic response team in the Americas, said the ...

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Cuomo: 450 worker exploitation cases investigated

Theodore Parisienne for New York Daily News A task force created in July has opened more than 450 investigations into worker exploitation, Gov. Cuomo said. ALBANY — A task force created in July by Gov. Cuomo has opened more than ...

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Lovett: Bharara’s legacy on the line in Silver, Skelos cases

Susan Watts/New York Daily News Preet Bharara has gone after the two most powerful Albany politicians — aside from Gov. Cuomo — in Skelos and SIlver, but if he loses the cases against them, his career may never recover. ALBANY ...

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Landmark cases during John Roberts’ decade as Chief Justice

SUSAN WALSH/AP Chief Justice John Roberts was sworn in on Sept. 29, 2005 by Justice John Paul Stevens. John Roberts celebrates 10 years as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on Tuesday — a decade that has seen the courts ...

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7 new cases of Legionnaires’ disease found in the Bronx

Janice Haney Carr/AP A large grouping of Legionella pneumophila bacteria (Legionnaires’ disease) is pictured. Here we go again. The Bronx is at the center of a new Legionnaire’s disease scare, with a cluster of seven new cases in the borough’s ...

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Cases of mass hysteria throughout history

RAJESH NIRGUDE/AP People take dips in sweet-tasting water in Mumbai in Aug. 2006 Get ready for “Pope-mania” as Pope Francis prepares to make his six-day trip to the United States next week — visiting the cities of Washington, D.C., Philadelphia ...

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86 cases of Legionnaires’ disease confirmed in South Bronx

It took the largest and deadliest outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in New York City history to spur officials to target the cooling towers spreading the lethal bacteria. In the South Bronx, where seven people died and 79 more were sickened ...

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