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MTA Pulls Nazi-Themed 'Man in the High Castle' Ads

42nd St shuttle to #TimesSquare covered in Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan symbols for @amazon ad. Is this ok? pic.twitter.com/ysJ3m0UIPT

— Katherine Lam (@byKatherineLam) November 23, 2015…

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Afternoon Bulletin: Counterterrorism App, Mental Health Plan Announced and More

Following the recent attacks on Paris, New York is revamping its counterterrorism campaign. On Monday, Governor Cuomo’s office released a new app, See Something, Send Something… 350 more words

Amazon pulls Nazi-themed NYC subway ads for 'The Man in the High Castle'

MANHATTAN — Amid an outcry over NYC subway ads featuring imagery used by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, Amazon has decided to pull the controversial campaign for the show “The Man in the High Castle,” a source told PIX11. 483 more words


Pakistani man gets 40 years in al-Qaida plot to bomb NYC subway

NEW YORK — A Pakistani man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for a failed al-Qaida bomb plot on the New York City subway. 110 more words


MTA Pulls Controversial Ads With Nazi Symbols From Subway

Amazon asked the Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Tuesday to pull their controversial ads with Nazi symbols from the subways, a source familiar with the matter told the Observer, though the company later… 252 more words

Legislative Report for Nov. 19, 2015

Activities:  Conducted an extensive review of the 2016 Proposed County Budget as well as the December Committee agenda as it relates to the County Airport. The Airport FBO wants to reduce its hours of operation from 7am-9:30pm to 7am-7pm going forward.   61 more words

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'Man In The High Castle' Subway Ads, Featuring Nazi Symbols, Removed From Trains

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A set of controversial subway ads featuring what appear to be Nazi symbols has been removed, following a livid response.

Earlier reports had said Amazon had pulled the ads, but sources later told CBS2 the company was not behind the decision. 1,857 more words