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Because he was paid to make a funny commercial, not explain why the coins are collapsing, here are your early links: Bill de Blasio might run for Congress after all, vacant apartments are up, available apartments are down, Eileen Myles loves tree, raucous New Jersey book signing, prosecco cork ruins bike race, and more.
The state attorney general’s office said a grand jury declined to file charges.
A robust action plan was filed with a federal judge on Tuesday.
The Democratic mayor is trying to get lawmakers to extend mayoral control of schools.
Anyone with information about Monday's shooting in the Bronx is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).
Hundreds gathered at El Museo del Barrio this weekend to celebrate Maristany, a Black Puerto Rican artist and activist who died in March at age 76.
“White supremacy is a poison,” the president said. “It's a poison … running through our body politic that's been allowed to fester and grow right in front of our eyes.”
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Because no one can afford to live here, these are your end-of-day links: Century 21 returns, mayor's chief of staff has some complications, lifting Battery Park, Dimes Square hotel, new sexy thermos, baby Stonehenge in Georgia, some Avatar love, and more.
No specific threats were outlined.
“We urge you to take the following proven precautions to protect your family and our communities: wear a mask," a letter from the schools chancellor and health commissioner read.
Manhattanhenge, also known as the Manhattan Solstice, occurs when the sun comes into perfect alignment with parts of the city's street grid for a few blissful summer evenings.
Because you never know who you'll find lying drunk on the street behind their pickup truck, here are your early links: Anna Delvey art show, traffic crashes after dark, Kevin Durant smokes weed, Brooklyn Museum acknowledges racism in art, a bridge for L.A. mountain lions, and more.
The president is set to arrive in Buffalo Tuesday.
More than 100 firefighters responded to quash the flames
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The new entrance features a 15-foot wide stairway and elevator with access to the shuttle to Grand Central Terminal.
If finalized, the maps could lead to high-profile primaries among veteran lawmakers.
Police say a stray bullet struck the girl in the abdomen near Westchester Avenue and Fox Street in Foxhurst on Monday evening.
Advocates sent a letter to the Department of Banking and Insurance last month.
Now the city will consider all incumbent superintendents in the finalist pool of candidates.
Because this storm is still lingering, here are your end-of-day links: Burnt car in the Bronx, soundstages in NYC, tech guys <3 gross food, Supreme Court justices <3 ugly houses, JetBlue in hostile takeover mode, dancing yourself to death, floating otter pals, and more.
For starters: There will now be two primaries.
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The National Weather Service has a severe thunderstorm watch in effect for New York City and areas north and east through 8 p.m. Monday night.
A ruling by the state Supreme Court will free the officer's killer after repeated denials of parole.
A population boost and the pandemic have inspired Asian communities to mobilize.
Because the Bagel Boss is boss, here are your early links: NYC sex clubs, MTA bus driver hit-and-run, TikTok nuns of New Jersey, North Korea has COVID now, thrift stores are expensive, Baby Yoda got spiritual, and more.
President Biden is expected to visit Buffalo this week.
The fires are preventable and fairly rare, but they can be uniquely destructive.
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