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Machete-Wielding Man Shot By Police Gets $5,000 From NYC

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – A man shot by police after threatening them with a machete has received a $5,000 settlement from New York City.

Ruhim Ullah, of Brooklyn, filed a $3 million lawsuit against police even after he pleaded guilty to menacing officers during the 2010 confrontation. 133 more words


Gordon Gronkowski: Our Household Was Survival Of The Fittest

BOSTON (CBS) - Rob Gronkowski’s dad Gordon Gronkowski joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich show on Thursday morning and discussed raising Rob and his other brothers, among other topics. 253 more words

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Art Rooney II On Hosting Future Super Bowl: Why Not Us?

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) –While the odds of Pittsburgh ever hosting a Super Bowl may seem slim, at least one person would like to see it happen. 436 more words


Lower Merion Police Accused Of Racial Profiling After Stopping And Questioning Snow Shovelers

By Walt Hunter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Why were several snow shovelers in Montgomery County stopped?

Officials in Lower Merion are now investigating.

On Wednesday evening, Police Superintendent Mike McGrath stepped before cameras, saying that the stopping of the two snow shovelers yesterday and two others in the same neighborhood had nothing to do with racial profiling. 404 more words


Justin Tuck: Tom Brady Is The Ultimate Competitor

BOSTON (CBS) - Former Giants star (Patriots fans know him well) and current Raiders defensive end Justin tuck joined Toucher & Rich on Radio Row… 303 more words

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Drew Brees On WFAN: Super Bowl Controversy Often Inflated

NEW YORK (WFAN) — New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees isn’t sure what to make of the “Deflate-gate” scandal.

But he’s pretty certain there’s a decent amount of rule-bending that goes on in the National Football League on a week-to-week basis. 289 more words


NYC Comptroller: Removing Snow Costs $1.8 Million Per Inch

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – The cost of removing snow in New York City is about $1.8 million per inch, according to a report by City Comptroller Scott Stringer that was released Wednesday. 216 more words