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A man was arrested and charged with a West New York armed robbery. He says he's entitled to know about the technology used to connect him with the crime.
"1-800 Happy Birthday," assembled by artist and filmmaker Mohammad Gorjestani at Worthlessstudios in Bushwick, features voicemail messages left by friends and family of people killed by police.
During disco's heyday, Richie Weeks collaborated with stars and played legendary nightclubs, and then reported for work at the Post Office. A new album helps to share his story.
A man was fatally slashed onboard an eastbound L train on Friday night during a disagreement with another passenger, according to police.
The first day of October means heat season is officially here. Renters in New York City may soon be waking up to the smell of burning dust and the sound of old radiators clanking off the cobwebs.
Sunday’s show will explore the close ties between New York, Puerto Rico and the broader Latino community.
The publication of the images comes as 16 people died in city jails to date.
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Administration officials say the facility at Orchard Beach in the Bronx will accommodate 1,000 newcomers, while they are looking to site another emergency relief center as large as three football fields.
The bill is one of two that Mayor Eric Adams says he will sign to curb gun violence
Because Otis, Alaska's most famous bear, has his own livestream, here are your end-of-day links: Mayor Adams inching closer to putting asylum seekers on cruise ships, gallerists trying to make Times Square cool, some very strong cranes, and more.
Advocates and election officials call it an effort to create chaos and undermine voter confidence.
The five boroughs are expected to see 1 to 2 inches of rain.
So many festivals! Whether you love art, pumpkin smashing, or the Middle Ages, there’s something for you to enjoy.
Because there's a trendy new term for being "managed out," here are your early links: Michelin's picks for affordable NYC restaurants, a Genovese crime associate busted for threatening people, far-right Brazilians have coopted the world's coolest soccer jersey, and more.
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Attorney Josh Goldfein sat down with WNYC’s Sean Carlson to discuss the city’s decision to temporarily house migrants from the southern border in large tents.
The largest compost program in the country launches on Monday, Oct. 3. Here’s a rundown of the details.
Alison Russo-Elling was “stabbed multiple times in a barbaric and completely unprovoked attack,” Acting Fire Commissioner Laura Kavanagh said.
The major changes also open the door to admissions criteria at middle schools.
Not since the IRT and IND joined the MTA has a pairing made this much sense.
Because it's snack time in the city, here are your end-of-day links: Drill rapper fatally shot, Joe Biden's former niece-in-law got a presidential crystal bowl as a wedding gift, put vodka in your martini it's fine, and more.
Rep. Tom Malinowski faces a challenge from Republican Tom Kean Jr.
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The Department of Human Services said applicants now have until Oct. 31 to turn in missing documents.
Because Punk Temple sounds like a good time, here are your early links: Little Italy's oldest cheese shop files for bankruptcy, the Queen of Denmark strips her grandkids of their titles, Aaron Judge hit number 61, and more.
The Street Vendors Project says promised city reforms have done nothing to stop a ticket blitz targeting their members.
City officials are debating a pilot program that would pay people to help keep needles off of sidewalks and out of parks.
Dubbed the “Freelancers Hub,” it will also serve as the headquarters for the Freelancers Union, which represents more than 500,000 independent workers across the country.
Councilmember Shaun Abreu, the bill’s lead sponsor, called tattoos a form of personal self-expression that often incur bias and discrimination from employers, landlords and service providers.
The City Council’s committee on criminal justice held a six-hour hearing on the issue — but no vote.
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