Winklevoss Brothers Decide Not to Appeal Facebook Settlement; Dad Saves Kid After Subway Fall
• The tall, handsome, rowing Olympian Winklevoss brothers have decided not to appeal the April 11 ruling by a federal appeals court in San Francisco that would uphold their $65 million settlement with Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg after all (they said they'd take it to the Supreme Court). Could this dispute actually be over? Please discuss, preferably on Facebook. [Reuters]
• Huguette M. Clark, the mysterious, reclusive heiress who died last month in New York, bequeathed a painting from Monet's "Water Lilies" series worth an estimated $25 million to $30 million to the Corcoran. (She also left a nurse $34 million, and her dolls.) [WP]
• Women on the Upper West Side are unsettled over a string of sexual assaults in the area, including in Inwood and Washington Heights. Four women were assaulted last weekend, and suspects remain at large. [DNA Info]
• The union is calling for more protection for bus drivers after Marlene Bien-Aime was beat up by a teen who was trying to bring an uncaged dog on the bus. Union reps want a protective shield to be installed between drivers and passengers -- they've been installed on five buses already in a pilot program. [NY1]
• A 9-year-old girl fell off the D platform at Ninth Avenue in Sunset Park yesterday, landing between two train cars. Her dad was able to pull her to safety, and she suffered only minor injuries. [NYP]
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