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Korean pop star Psy gives his first ‘American style’ performance
Psy has succeeded where many of his South Korean predecessors have failed: piercing the U.S. market.
Protestors get inside Republican fundraiser and toss bills
Suggested contributions for the fund-raising breakfast were $2,500 per person or $25,000-$50,000 per table of ten, according to the event invitation on the web site
An OWS contingent protests at Republican fundraiser
“I don’t want Romney to become president, because I’m scared he is going to run America the way he runs his businesses. We are the 99%. We can’t live like that.”
South Bronx Charter School surprises kindergartners with gift bags
Two-thirds of the students are in the child welfare or foster care system, while the rest come from the South Bronx community.
Thousands pause to remember 9/11 victims
Yesterday marked the 11th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed over 3000 and changed the New York City landscape forever.
Mixed emotions at 9/11 ceremony
For many 1 World Trade Center is not a welcomed sight.
“He saved people”
Families and friends remember those who died on 9/11
Quiet Reflection on the 11th Anniversary of 9/11
Two veterans at Zuccotti Park made sacrifices because of 9/11.
Families honor 9/11 victims in intimate service
9/11l service that was markedly quieter and more intimate than years past.
Female comedians face unique challenges
"Making it big" can be challenging for any comedian. But many women say they have it tougher than their male counterparts.