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After two weeks of canceled classes, the New School and the union representing its part-time faculty will meet with a mediator on Sunday afternoon and again on Monday to work toward an agreement.

He allegedly sent at least six people a manifesto through social media on Nov. 1 in which he identified as a Muslim and threatened to attack a synagogue based on a motive of “hatred towards Jews,” the U.S. Department of Justice says.

While much of Long Island is seen as white and conservative, it has now become “the quintessential swing area … that’s decided national elections."

Dawson is a global cannabis advocate and a best-selling author in the cannabis industry.

While New York allows parents to take up to 12 weeks of leave with 67% of an employee’s weekly wage to bond with their newborn or adopted child, this isn’t the case for parents affected by stillbirths.

Water supplies could continue to be affected for another day or two.

The event is the world’s largest celebration of Italian-American culture and heritage.

A state court has temporarily halted a lawsuit challenging efforts to make the city's outdoor dining program permanent.

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.

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.

Before such an item can be added to a customer’s online shopping cart, there is an automatic notice alerting buyers that it cannot be shipped to New York locations.

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