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UPDATED: At Least 2 Dead, 22 Injured in New York City Building Explosion [PHOTOS]

Two adjacent apartment buildings in Manhattan collapsed after a gas explosion Wednesday morning. Two women were killed in the blast, which also injured at least 16 people and left many more missing.

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Drink Up: Judge Blocks New York’s Large-Sugary-Drink Ban

Looks like you'll be able to a large Coke in restaurants after all, following a New York State Supreme Court judge's ruling.

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12th Annual New York No Pants Subway Ride Goes Pretty Much Exactly As Expected

This past weekend was the 12th annual Improv Everywhere No Pants Subway Ride -- it doesn't need a whole lot of explaining, but we'll give you the play by play.

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Electronic Cigarettes : Exploding Danger?

One of the biggest advantages of "smoking" an Electronic cigarette, is that it's supposed to be safer than a "real" cigarette. Right?

Well, I know of a guy in Florida that would tell you they're NOT safer at all. He would tell you, that is, if his two front teeth and a chunk of his tongue weren't gone from having an E-Cigarette explode in his mouth, with the impact of a bottle-rocket!!

Along with losing his front teeth and a chunk of his tongue, he also suffered burns to his face AND the battery flew out, landed in his closet and set his house on fire!

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Oregon Man Predicted “Linsanity”

Jeremy Lin was california's High School player of the year though. But he wasn't even offered a scholarship to a "real" basketball school. He ended up playing at Harvard, of all places, where he was really good. But still...nobody drafted him.

He made two NBA practice squad, only to be cut from both teams after only ten days.

So nobody saw his meteoric rise to stardom coming, right?

Wrong.

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Virginia Earthquake Felt as Far Away as New York, Toronto, and Washington D.C.

An earthquake epicentered in Virginia occurred Tuesday afternoon, with people in Washington, DC, New York, Ohio, North Carolina, Massachusetts and Toronto reporting they felt the tremors, as well.

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Share Some Warm Fuzzies

You've got to admit that this is pretty cool. A megaphone is set up in Time's Square, for passersby to say something nice and encouraging for others to hear.

The flipside of this could be a lot of fun too. They should hire Don Rickles to insult passersby. That could be "encouraging" for people to lose weight, dress more appropriately and/or stop acting so stupid in public.

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Amish Teen Leads Police on Ridiculous Horse and Buggy Chase

Police in Conewango, New York tried to pull 17-year old Lewis D. Hostetler over on Monday, after they noticed he was operating his horse and buggy with a open container of beer in hand.

At which point the Amish teen showed a great deal of faith in his horse and led the police on a rare medium-speed horse and buggy chase.

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Fan Who Gave Back Ball from Derek Jeter’s 3,000th Hit Could Face Between $5,000 and $13,000 in Taxes
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Returned Ball From Jeter’s 3K Hit Could Cost Fan Up To $13K

When Christian Lopez caught the home run that was Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit last week, he gave the historic ball to the Yankee's shortstop without asking for any money, even though it may have fetched over $100,000 on the open market.

The taxman isn't being so generous with Lopez.

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Derek Jeter Scores 3000th Hit, Fan Returns Ball [VIDEO]
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Derek Jeter Scores 3000th Hit, Fan Returns Ball [VIDEO]

Playing in front of a sold-out hometown crowd on Saturday, Derek Jeter sent his record-setting 3,000th hit deep into left-field, making him the 28th major leaguer and first New York Yankees player to reach the hitting milestone.

And who caught the potentially money-making ball? Christian Lopez, a 23-year-old fan whose girlfriend gave him tickets to the game as a birthday present.

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Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes in New York

New York legislators passed a bill legalizing gay marriage in the state on Friday night, with the state Senate approving the bill to a cheering room before 11 p.m.

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Man Accused of Holding Up Convenience Store for 99 Cents

A New York man now faces a whopping $50,000 bail after police said he tried to rob a convenience store of 99 cents.

Christopher Tisley, a 34-year-old Brooklyn resident, sauntered into the store at about 3 a.m. on Saturday with a gun and ordered the clerk to hand over the change, according to police.

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