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On Tuesday New York State of health announced expanded efforts to enroll uninsured New Yorkers across the state before the December 15th deadline to qualify... [Read More]
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He's getting $120,000 a year to fight fewer than two tickets a day. The Department of Finance hired Parking Summons Advocate Jean Wesh for the... [Read More]
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People are losing their homes in New York. "There's something going on here where Black and Brown long-term property owners were receiving an onslaught of... [Read More]
The Second Circuit revived a class action Tuesday by New Yorkers who say the city used threats of eviction to coerce them into waiving their... [Read More]
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It can be hard for New Yorkers to find cowboy boots, or Western styles that really feel at home in their closets. But a new... [Read More]
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The culture of secrecy, opacity, midnight decisions and three-men-in-a-room negotiations in Albany must end. This is a reasonable expectation after a major shift in power... [Read More]
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Neither New York nor New Jersey has legalized pot yet, but lawmakers in both states are already fighting over how to spend the expected tax... [Read More]
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NYers Take Over A Year To Pay Off Credit Cards - New York City, NY - The Big Apple is swimming in credit card debt... [Read More]
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The holiday season is traditionally a time for early music, so groups like New York Polyphony set off on continental tours such as the one... [Read More]
Many Americans appear to have remained up-to-speed with the UK's exit from the EU, despite the fast pace of developments... [Read More]
Anonymity has never been an option for the winners of New York's big lottery prizes, and it's going to stay that way. Gov.... [Read More]
New Yorkers called for the police to investigate an "appalling" incident after a video of a mother's altercation with officers was posted to Facebook. [Read More]
Friday was a busy day at the Human Resources Administration office in Brooklyn's Boerum Hill, where New Yorkers can apply for food stamps and other... [Read More]
Just four months away from a years-long planned shutdown of the L train, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday he would order a personal, last minute... [Read More]
Chanel, in its own way, is painting the town red. The French luxury brand has recently opened a pop-up shop called Le Rouge Chanel in... [Read More]
Friday was a busy day at the Human Resources Administration office in Brooklyn's Boerum Hill, where New Yorkers can apply for food stamps and other... [Read More]
Assemblyman Ron Kim plans to formally announce a run for public advocate Monday, joining a crowded field vying for the post. Kim, a Queens Democrat,... [Read More]
The city pays him $120,000 a year to help New Yorkers fight unfair parking tickets — but he's proven harder to find than a Midtown... [Read More]
For New York magazine's 14th annual "Reasons to Love New York," our favorite New Yorkers share their favorite places across the five boroughs, from a... [Read More]
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and New York State Police are urging New Yorkers to be safe and vigilant this holiday season. Whether out... [Read More]
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