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Concerns over public safety, particularly attacks on Asian Americans, prompted some in the once-reliable Democratic bloc to vote Republican last year.
A year after the Twin Parks fire that killed 17 people, a former resident plans to return to pay homage to those who lost their lives.
Murders fell to their lowest levels since 2019 before the pandemic, but other crime categories, including robbery and theft, drove the overall increase from last year.
The suspect, who opened fire on the subway last April, faces a life sentence.
Governor Kathy Hochul has released a 12-page list of legislation that will take effect in 2023, including minimum wage increases and changes to the way you vote.
For many middle- and working-class New Yorkers, this is a far more likely prospect than it used to be.
Only a handful of department stores still create them in New York City—but all of them do.
Gilbert T Small II spends the weekend cooking, walking, and connecting with his wife and pets in Brooklyn’s Ditmas Park.
In a tenant city, the turbulent pandemic housing market is making it harder than ever to buy a home.
National cryptocurrency industry groups lobbied Governor Kathy Hochul to veto the environmental ban, fearing that other states might follow New York’s lead.
New York City’s charter schools are on the upswing as traditional public schools in the nation’s largest system endure a dangerous period of student loss and financial distress.
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