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Confronting Implicit Bias in the New York Police Department

The city has begun a $4.5 million training program to help all officers recognize and address underlying bias.
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15 Parent and Me Swim Classes To Keep LA & OC Babies and Toddlers Afloat

Kids dig water, and the younger we start them in it, the earlier they build the skills needed to swim confidently and safely. Mommy and Me – or Daddy and Me – classes are a fun and bonding
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Metropolitan Diary: Rush Hour, President Street

An angry encounter turns into something else.
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Jared Kusher Still Lacks Highest Security Clearance

It turns out “top secret” is not the highest level you can go.
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Another Group Leaves Birthright To Visit Palestinians

One of the members of the group who walked off the tour live-streamed the event on Facebook.
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U.K. Jewish Group Gives Info About Occupation To Birthright Groups At Airport

The effort mirrors a similar action by the American group IfNotNow last month.
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Peace Activist Recalled From Hebron After Slapping Jewish Boy

The slap was recorded on video.
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For the First Time, Gamblers Bet on Sports at Meadowlands Racetrack

Thousands of gamblers turned out to wager $560,000 on sporting events during the first day of sports betting Saturday at the Meadowlands.
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Chinese Billionaire Asks to Delay Prison Sentence Yet Again

Ng Lap Seng, who was sentenced to four years in prison in New York in May, has asked for more time in home detention for medical reasons.
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The Best Ice Cream Shops Near Playgrounds on Long Island

Summer was made for ice cream and exuberant swoops down the slide in the toasty sun. Here are our picks for magical treats near Long Island’s pristine parks and our favorite playgrounds. And while yo…
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Highway to Fun! Our Trip to RPM Speedway

It’s been a little while since a new family entertainment venue opened in lower Fairfield County. So, when I heard that RPM Raceway was opening their sixth location in Stamford,
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Arizona State University Introducing Kosher Meals

Students who observe kosher laws have a new campus choice: Arizona State University.
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Best Children's Museums for Families to Visit in New York City

New York City doesn't lack for world-class museums and cultural institutions. While I've been to The Met more times than I can count (and still haven't seen it all) and can while away an afternoon at…
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Grace Notes: Seeking a Second Chance at Landmark Status, Aluminum Siding and All

Preservationists want landmark status for the house where Walt Whitman lived when “Leaves of Grass” was published. The designation was denied last year.
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30 Best Things To Do with Tweens in New Jersey

Your tweens may be too big for bouncy houses and tea parties, yet too young for solo outings with friends. But they still love family fun (even if they won't always admit it). To keep those in-betwee…
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