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Lions vs. Patriots: Score and Twitter Reaction from 2014 Regular Season
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Nassau Police: Man Caught Stealing Computers From LI School

ELMONT, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A Long Island man was arrested for allegedly stealing computers from a school early Sunday morning.

Nassau County police said Curtis Patterson, of Rosedale, Queens, was spotted inside the Martin De Porres School in Elmont on surveillance camera by an employee at around 3:50 a.m.

The school employee called police and responding officers apprehended Patterson as he left the building, authorities said.

Officers recovered several computers from the school that had been placed into black plastic bags, authorities said.

Patterson, 47, was charged with burglary and possession of burglary tools.

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Russia’s Mikhail Gorbachev Teams With SCLC To Encourage Non-Violence

The former Soviet president has worked with the legendary civil rights organization for years and will now expand his role to serve as international chair of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s Nonviolence Conflict Initiative

What do Southern Christian Leadership Conference President Charles Steele and former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev have in common?

As it turns out, both have a passion for social justice, equality, nonviolent conflict resolution and a deep-rooted admiration for Martin Luther King Jr., who was the co-founder and first president of the SCLC.

At a summit earlier this month celebrating the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War, Gorbachev accepted the SCLC’s offer to serve as international chairman of the SCLC’s Nonviolence Conflict Initiative.

“It was April 4, 1968, when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. met with my chairman of the board, Dr. Bernard LaFayette, and (told him) now is the time to internationalize and institutionalize SCLC and the civil rights movement,” said Steele. “That was five hours prior to Dr. King being assassinated. So in my vision, and what I’ve gotten from my spiritual uplifting from God, is that we must fulfill that dream of Dr. King’s to internationalize and institutionalize the civil rights movement.”

The initiative, which Steele said was endorsed by all attendees at the summit, calls for peaceful conflict resolution, one of King’s defining principles, among other social-justice goals such as help for those living in poverty.

Steele was especially impressed by Gorbachev, a good friend, he said, who insisted that there should “‘never be another war, due to the fact that we live in one global village,’” repeating the 83 year old world leader’s words.

“We live in one global village and we should all find common ground and work together,” Steele added.

He lamented that Americans could sometimes be “selfish” with their privileges and rights. He insisted that the “SCLC and the civil rights movement were gifts from God. They don’t belong to any particular group or any particular country.

We must take this throughout the world, and that’s why we’re doing what we’re doing.”

-Tamara El (@_SheWise_)

​Get Ready For The AMAs With The Show’s Most Outrageous Moments EVER!

There are outrageous moments in every award show’s history, and the American Music Awards are no different!

In fact, we’re taking a look back at some of the show’s most memorable minutes, and they’re fantastic!

Like that one time Britney Spears stripped on stage!

[ Photos: Stars Who've Shown The Most Skin At The AMAs! ]

And it’s so nice to see familiar faces like Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson as well.

We can’t wait to see what kinds of surprises are in store tonight!

We’ll have all of the coverage you need at PerezHilton.com!

Sen. Schumer Wants Feds To Speed Up Regulations On Commercial Drone Use

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for federal regulations on drones following recent sightings of the small, remote controlled aircrafts at John F. Kennedy International Airport.

On Sunday, Schumer said there were three near-misses reported at JFK between drones and aircraft just last week.

The lawmaker said he wants rules on commercial use of drones crafted as soon as possible to prevent potentially deadly incidents.

According to Schumer, civilian drones, despite their beneficial uses, can pose a hazard to other aircraft or pedestrians. He added that the devices can also be used to violate a person’s privacy.

Federal officials are already in the process of working up regulations on commercial drone use, but Schumer said he wants the process expedited because the technology is becoming much more widely used.

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