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Armed Citizen Tells Robbers, ˜My Gun Is Bigger Than Yours’

AWR Hawkins, An armed citizen cornered armed robbers and told them, “My gun is bigger than yours.” According to, police say two armed suspects, a 19-year-old Parma man and an 18-year-old Cleveland man, entered Suleyman’s Supermarket on Cleveland’s West Side just before 10 p.m. and demanded money. The store owner gave the suspects around $300,

De Blasio’s Entanglement in Horse Fight Obscures Agenda

 As Mayor Bill de Blasio takes on income inequality, aggressive police tactics and early-childhood education, he’s stepped into a horse mess. The welfare of animals that for 150 years have clip-clopped before Central Park carriages had been a perennial side issue in New York politics. Then de Blasio, still an underdog candidate, last year courted

Coldest air in nearly two decades filtered in from the Upper Midwest all the way to the Southeast

 After pounding the Midwest and Great Lakes during the weekend, snow from Winter Storm Ion started to move into the East. But the snow is just part one. The coldest air in nearly two decades filtered in from the Upper Midwest all the way to the Southeast. “The streets tonight are like ice skating rinks,” said The Weather Channel meteorologist