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Can We Design a Safer New York City?

Can We Design a Safer New York City? NEW YORK—When Mayor Bill de Blasio announced in February his multi-agency 63-point Vision Zero initiative to lower traffic fatalities to zero, he proclaimed the strategy was to use enforcement, education, and engineering. But Vision Zero couldn't rely … Read more on The Epoch Times

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PHOTOS: 9/11 tributes in Jersey City, Weehawken, West New York

PHOTOS: 9/11 tributes in Jersey City, Weehawken, West New York The ceremony, near the Jersey City 9/11 memorial at the foot of Grand Street, was organized by the Jersey City 9/11 Committee and included bagpipers from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and a water display by a Jersey City Fire Department … […]

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Fine Arts: McIndoe exhibit at Pennington School captures New York City's

Fine Arts: McIndoe exhibit at Pennington School captures New York City's … The title of Ken McIndoe's exhibit running now in the Silva Gallery at The Pennington School is simply “Paintings” but a more appropriate title could be “New York, New York.” Widely known as one of a small group called the New York City […]

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Be Not Afraid, New York City Is Prepared But Must Remain Vigilant

Be Not Afraid, New York City Is Prepared But Must Remain Vigilant How prepared is New York City? Are the terror threats made by ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Al-Shabaab, or any of the other radical Islamic extremist groups against us real? Are there already radical Muslim terrorists here on U.S. soil? Is there a real possibility … […]

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New York City's 'responsible banking' law survives court challenge

New York City's 'responsible banking' law survives court challenge U.S. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla dismissed a lawsuit by the New York Bankers Association (NYBA), which said the law gave the city illegal power to regulate banks and conflicted with federal and state law. In a 33-page decision, Failla said the … Read more on […]

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Catholic League quits New York City's St. Patrick parade after gay decision

Catholic League quits New York City's St. Patrick parade after gay decision NEW YORK (Reuters) – A conservative Roman Catholic group severed its 20-year ties with the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade on Thursday, a week after event organizers took the unprecedented step of allowing a gay group to march under its own … […]

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New York City Reports 3 New Cases of Meningitis

New York City Reports 3 New Cases of Meningitis Three new cases of meningitis among gay and bisexual men have been confirmed in New York in the last two weeks, health officials said on Friday, in an apparent revival of an outbreak that killed seven men in the city from 2010 to 2013. The new […]

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New York City Council to Pass Resolution Supporting National Women's History

New York City Council to Pass Resolution Supporting National Women's History … L-R New York City Council members Laurie Cumbo and Ben Kallos, Rep. Carolyn Maloney and Elizabeth Holtzman at NYC City Hall regarding a resolution to support passage of a bill to support a commission to study feasibility of National Women's History … Read more […]

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21 New York City Store Openings to Anticipate This Season

21 New York City Store Openings to Anticipate This Season The first two-thirds of the year has brought some major shopping changes to New York City, like two crazy Urban Outfitters in Williamsburg and Herald Square, a mega H&M on Fifth Avenue that's just down the street from the new Valentino, and the first … […]

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A Rich Plan in New York's Casino Race Is No Sure Thing for Cuomo

A Rich Plan in New York's Casino Race Is No Sure Thing for Cuomo And the spot it has chosen, an easy drive from the George Washington Bridge, puts it the closest of any proposed casino to the most well-heeled and tightly packed reservoir of potential customers in the country: New York City, with 8.4 […]

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NYPD is as diverse as New York City itself: study

NYPD is as diverse as New York City itself: study Critics of New York's Finest argue that city cops can't relate to the Big Apple's minority communities — but a new study shows that the NYPD is virtually as diverse as the city it serves. Criticism intensified after Eric Garner, a black man from … […]

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The Rise and Fall of the Biggest Pot Dealer in New York City History

The Rise and Fall of the Biggest Pot Dealer in New York City History Jimmy Cournoyer's ring shipped marijuana to New York City. During an investigation into the enterprise, authorities seized suitcases filled with cash, marijuana plants, bags of pot, and weapons, among other contraband. Credit Filed with United States … Read more on New […]

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Watch Nick Young Play Pickup Basketball at a New York City Park With Some

Watch Nick Young Play Pickup Basketball at a New York City Park With Some … Nick Young was in New York City yesterday for New York Fashion Week. But that didn't stop him from getting in his daily run on the basketball court. Late Monday, Swaggy P was riding around the city when he came […]

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New York primary set for Tuesday; race for Lt. Gov. takes center stage

New York primary set for Tuesday; race for Lt. Gov. takes center stage Cuomo has support from the state's Democratic Party, powerful unions and heavyweights including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Hillary Clinton. Teachout, a Fordham University law professor, has galvanized liberal dissatisfaction with Cuomo, and … Read more on WABC-TV

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New York Hires Consultant to Create Rikers Island Reform Plan

New York Hires Consultant to Create Rikers Island Reform Plan In the wake of revelations about pervasive brutality carried out by jail staff and other serious problems at Rikers Island, New York's correction commissioner announced on Monday that the city had hired the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company … Read more on New York […]

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