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“This is a nutcase who is addicted to fucking with the trains.”
When the Jehovah's Witnesses moved out of Brooklyn Heights over the past few years, cashing in on their now-valuable properties and moving upstate, they left behind a collection of buildings that had been their headquarters for over a century.
Gentrifying neighborhoods are a key reason behind the vermin outbreak, which extends beyond New York — Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles are also confronting issues.
Luckily, the pilot and a heliport worker only suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Miron Zownir captures the provocative energy and aggressive hedonism of the city in the 80s.
Trendy hotels and boutiques have cropped up recently, resulting in higher rents, but also more foot traffic.
A new report, published ahead of the raid's third anniversary and shared exclusively with The Intercept, reveals troubling details about the prosecution and raises serious questions about due process, the abuse of federal conspiracy charges and the criminalization of social relationships in communities of color.
In destroying the Commodore Hotel, not only will Donald Trump's first major Manhattan real estate project be erased, so too will one of the most important vestiges of the original Terminal City, a development that forever changed New York City real estate.
The extremely loud and incredibly expensive renovations that have shattered a formerly quiet residential block in Manhattan.
Black and Hispanic teenagers at Stuyvesant, one of the nation's elite public schools, want their voices heard in a debate over admissions to the school.
Can New York City build its way out of mass incarceration?
The victims were one 47-year-old male, and four females ranging from 23 to 48 years of age. While the NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incidents, a police spokesperson says the attacks have not yet been deemed a hate crime.
The New York City subway is generally a pretty dispiriting place these days, but there are occasional rays of light.
Amazon was apparently unprepared for popular opposition to a backroom deal that would have given the company almost $3 billion in incentives and tax breaks.
Amazon’s plan to build a sprawling complex in Queens in return for nearly for $3 billion in government incentives had come under fierce opposition from local lawmakers.
"This line hasn't been that clean since the '70s, I think."
And a peek into what they're washing.
Roni cups are dominating New York's pizza scene and it's not just because of Instagram
In New York City and beyond, health departments are stopping restaurants from dosing customers with cannabidiol.
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