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UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — "Unmistakable cruelty against animals in the name of art" is how a petition drive describes an exhibition at the Guggenheim... [Read More]
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About one of every five Puerto Ricans in the world live in the New York metro area, more than anywhere else, other than Puerto Rico... [Read More]
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It's a device with the potential to sharply reduce the rate of gun deaths, and its inventors are New York students. Getting their concept from... [Read More]
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ROBERT MOSES STATE PARK, Long Island — Overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday, Hurricane Jose will have a strong effect on the New York metro area.... [Read More]
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Their names are strongly associated with holiness, and now, as the twin hurricanes of Maria and Jose churn in the warm Atlantic, the hope is... [Read More]
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Spilled debris across the tracks at one subway station ended up bringing Thursday morning's rush to a grinding halt on a highly-traveled subway line and slowing... [Read More]
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They're accused of sexually abusing their fellow workers in a hazing ritual nicknamed "the rape table," and now, three federal officers are awaiting trial on... [Read More]
They're accused of sexually abusing their fellow workers in a hazing ritual nicknamed "the rape table," and now, three federal officers are awaiting trial on... [Read More]
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Police now search for whoever defaced a statue of Christopher Columbus in Central Park, in the latest in a recent series of local acts of... [Read More]
Police now search for whoever defaced a statue of Christopher Columbus in Central Park, in the latest in a recent series of local acts of... [Read More]
It's been sixteen years since the 9/11 attacks, and while much has changed since that fateful day, family members and friends of the fallen who... [Read More]
NEW YORK — A firefighter who switched his schedule to work on Sept. 11, 2001, so that he would have the next day off to coach... [Read More]
The first day of school always means new teachers, new classmates and new adventures, but this year, the 1.1 million students of New York City... [Read More]
CONCOURSE, the Bronx — His case became the center of a call for justice nationwide, and now the charges against Pedro Hernandez have been dropped, and a... [Read More]
The Bronx district attorney will move on Wednesday to dismiss the charges against Pedro Hernandez, the teenage subject of a marquee national case of criminal... [Read More]
LOWER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — Irma is now one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded, and it's barreling toward parts of the Caribbean and Southeast... [Read More]
For fifty years now, Labor Day has meant the Caribbean Day Parade and Festival in Brooklyn.  Over the years, the carnival-like atmosphere, the neighborliness and... [Read More]
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