Met Gala Attendees Will Don Their Sunday Best on Monday

They’re going to be rolling out the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday. It’s that time for the annual Met Gala, which marks the opening of the Costume Institute’s spring exhibit. It’s known as ‘fashion’s biggest night out’ — there’ll be an exclusive guest list, industry-influencing outfits and at least two Kardashians. The gala is known for breaking boundaries, and this year is no different.

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The training that could reform the Special Victims Division

The NYPD says that their unit that investigates sex crimes is the best in the country. But victims of sexual assault and advocates say that while the police detectives have definitely improved in recent years – how they talk to survivors still has a long way to go. Both sides agree training is the answer, but as Stevie Hertz found, the question has become – how much?

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“Meet the Mets!” New York City baseball fans pick a side

If you ask a baseball fan, they’ll tell you there are two kinds of New Yorkers: Yankees fans and Mets fans. And according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University, Yankees fans are winning the numbers game—by a lot. Only 34 percent of New York City baseball fans prefer the Mets. And the Mets aren’t known for winning baseball games either. So reporter Sarah Wyman set out in search of what else is keeping them on the hook.

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Commentary: Broadway Baby

HOST: And now for the next in our commentary series… Juan Torres-Falcon, tells us about why he decided to start the second act of his adult life. TORRES-FALCON: I’ve always been a performer. My mother threw me into theatre camp in 1st grade. She used to take me to buy my little broadway albums  at […]

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