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Source: New York Times

A Snoring Neighbor Causes Sleepless Nights

Today 06:05 GMT

Additionally, the snoring could be a medical condition, so any actions the landlord takes against your neighbor could violate the state Human Rights Law.

However, about a year ago, I began hearing the extremely loud and erratic snores of a neighbor in a bedroom directly above mine. The building is poorly insulated, so I often hear neighbors moving around or playing music, which is tolerable.

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Source: New York Times

A Troubled Bridge Over Kew Gardens

Saturday 22:46 GMT

Every few minutes, Nathalie Reid’s health food store in Kew Gardens, Queens, gives a shudder with bottles of kombucha and boxes of Ezekiel cereal rattling on their shelves as Long Island Rail Road trains pass below.

To the dismay of the tight-knit neighborhood, the M.T.A. says that the best way to fix it is to tear the bridge down as well as the shops. Now, the community is scrambling to find other answers before 2020, when the leases of all the business on the bridge expire.

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Source: CBS News

"Hoodlums" 911 caller convicted in murder of unarmed black man

Saturday 20:01 GMT

A white man who fatally shot an unarmed black man after calling 911 and reporting "hoodlums" has been found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole.

News outlets report that the jury spent less than two hours deliberating Thursday before finding Chad Copley guilty of premeditated murder in the death of 20-year-old Kouren-Rodney Thomas, who was attending a party near Copley's home.

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Source: Washington Post

White homeowner who complained of 'hoodlums' found guilty of murdering unarmed black man

Saturday 08:07 GMT

In a case that drew comparisons to the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin by a neighborhood watch volunteer, a white North Carolina man was found guilty of murder Thursday for gunning down an unarmed 20-year-old black man after complaining about “hoodlums” outside his house.

Several high-profile police shootings of young black men consumed national debate that summer, as did the deadly sniper attack on police officers in July 2016 during an otherwise peaceful Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas.


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte