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A Bronx man who cooked for a housing facility for formerly homeless people in Manhattan was sexually assaulted and harassed by his boss, who got him suspended after she trumped up charges about him abusing clients, according to a new lawsuit.

A Los Angeles cat named Max is the toast of the town after he bravely chased away three coyotes who were attempting to attack him.

Twelve of the 21 defendants appeared in Brooklyn Federal Court Tuesday on charges of conspiring to accept bribes and smuggling illegal substances into Department of Correction facilities.

A second-year cadet at the U.S. Army academy at West Point attempted to raise money on GoFundMe to bring his favorite adult film star to the school’s winter banquet.

Marie Louis, 77, first dialed 911 around 9:30 p.m. Monday after getting into a heated argument with her 36-year-old son Arnel Henry, sources told the Daily News.

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The American economy sits on the verge of major structural change, thanks to a dynamic culture of innovation driven by the never-ending search for greater profits. This means technology takes center stage in nearly every industry. The technology that makes our lives easier may soon make some jobs scarce. In 1950, the job of elevator operator was among the 270 careers listed on the United States Census. That job title is now extinct, representing the only known case of an entire occupation being obliterated by automation in the 50 years that followed. The next half-century may be less forgiving. Sophisticated software, robotics, automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and changing trends are threatening the livelihoods of everyone from taxi drivers and restaurant servers to computer programmers and librarians. Many economists predict that automation, not outsourcing, will lead to the loss of more than 1.5 million jobs in America’s manufacturing sector. These technical innovations will soon render many longstanding skills and trades obsolete—and the occupational grim reaper will discriminate according to class. Many of the jobs most likely to disappear are among the last well-paying jobs one can get with only a high school diploma. Low-paying, unskilled jobs with low educational entry barriers are most susceptible to automation. These are the jobs that robots will do. Manufacturing will require greater technical skills to operate and program computers. The actual manual work will go the way of the dodo. Those who lose their jobs will largely be shut out of the high-paying, highly skilled jobs that remain, many of which will go to specialists tasked with tending to and improving upon the very machines and programs that replaced the human workers. Here's a look at high-risk careers that will probably wilt over the next 50 years. Visit thestacker.com for similar lists and stories.

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A picture showing the 15-year-old celebrating her birthday wearing a rainbow shirt blowing the candles of her colorful birthday cake “demonstrates a posture of morality and cultural acceptance contrary to that of Whitefield Academy’s beliefs,” according to the school.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say after Reeaz Khan attacked his dad in November with a broken coffee cup, they wanted to deport him — but got the cold shoulder from local law enforcement because of the city’s sanctuary policies.

45-year-old kiddie porn watcher identifies as an 8-year-old girl. He's headed to a prison for men

A Brooklyn grand jury came back Jan. 7 with three counts of assault as a hate crime against Tiffany Harris, 30, who allegedly punched three orthodox Jewish women outside the Chabad Lubavitch Headquarters on Eastern Parkway on Dec. 27, just days before she was accused of assaulting another woman in Prospect Heights.

Rudy Giuliani told then-newly elected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in May that he was acting with President Trump’s explicit “consent."

Eddie Murphy reveals he has only had one audition during his entire career and that was for "Saturday Night Live."

The request came one week after the Justice Department changed its position on Flynn's punishment by recommending he serve up to six months behind bars for lying to the FBI during its investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

In a bizarre turn around, the Secret Service said Tuesday that a dog shot by an off-duty agent in Brooklyn was on a leash after all. The feds initially said the female Belgian Shepherd was not leashed when she was shot on in Windsor Terrace last night — despite pictures showing otherwise.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi informed her Democratic colleagues of the planned vote during a closed-door caucus meeting Tuesday on Capitol Hill, a source in the room told the Daily News.

The former Nine Trey Bloods member, whose turn as a federal songbird turned him into an internet meme, was sentenced to two years behind bars, including 13 months of time served, for his violent role in the bloodthirsty gang.

Did Ken Jennings win "Jeopardy" title Tuesday?

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When you hear the birds chirping and see the colorful flowers blooming, you know that spring has sprung. Spring is the perfect time for festivals, picnics and other celebrations to enjoy family time in the warming weather. Many cities and towns are great to visit any season of the year, but if you visit these cities during the spring, you’ll be in awe of the bustle of activity and stunning sights. (Diamond Bridges, The Active Times)

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When you hear the birds chirping and see the colorful flowers blooming, you know that spring has sprung. Spring is the perfect time for festivals, picnics and other celebrations to enjoy family time in the warming weather. Many cities and towns are great to visit any season of the year, but if you visit these cities during the spring, you’ll be in awe of the bustle of activity and stunning sights. (Diamond Bridges, The Active Times)

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Whether you’re enjoying them at home while watching the game or at one of America’s best bars, Buffalo wings are the go-to snack to really get the party started. True Buffalo-style wings, which got their start as a regional specialty in Buffalo, New York, are different from your standard fried chicken in that they’re not breaded, and are tossed in a sauce that’s traditionally made by combining a mild hot sauce like Frank’s RedHot with butter. Every wing joint puts its own spin on this timeless recipe, however, and we’ve tracked down the nation’s 25 best. (Dan Myers and Diamond Bridges, The Daily Meal)

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On Oct. 1, 2021, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, will turn 50 years old. In anticipation of the golden anniversary, big changes are happening all across the resort. Disney World is basically one big construction zone as staff prepares to open new rides, attractions, restaurants and hotels in anticipation of the big birthday. Not knowing about all of the new experiences on offer is one of the biggest rookie mistakes you can make at Disney World. These are some of the biggest, boldest and most exciting new things Disney fans will be able to experience in the next two years.

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