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Bikes arrive at East 11th Street and First Avenue ahead of the Monday launch for the Citi Bike share program.
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New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg is still smarting from the court rebuke he got in March for trying to prohibit sales of "supersized" sodas.
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Floodwaters from Superstorm Sandy destroyed the first floor of this house in Staten Island, New York.
Anothny Weiner, NYC's muppet former congressman, and as we reported yesterday, the man who following his disgraceful fall from grace announced his mayoral campaign on YouTube, continues to be the gift that keeps on giving... if mostly naked pictures of his anatomy to various women.
People shook his hand outside a Harlem subway station and asked him about issues ranging from police tactics to education and services for the mentally ill.
'He had no pulse': How a New Yorker saved the life of a Toronto lawyer who went into cardiac arrest in NYC Jason Kroft, a partner at top Toronto law firm Stikeman Elliott, had only been in New York for a few hours last Thanskgiving when his heart stopped just a few blocks short of Rockefeller Centre.
The nation's big cities are riding out the first years of the post-downturn era with plenty of company - boosting their population via a youth movement.s. The nation's big cities are riding out the first years of the post-downturn era with plenty of company - boosting their population via a youth movement.
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More New Yorkers find themselves addicted to doctor-prescribed narcotics, and increasingly the city is treating the problem as a public health crisis.
Members of the public in both New York City and Pennsylvania will soon get to see The New York Public Library 's original copy of the Bill of Rights, which will be exhibited for the first time in decades.