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The new memorial and museum commemorating the worst attack on the continental United States in history stands starkly as remembrance of that morning in lower Manhattan nearly 13 years ago when terrorism rained down on the Twin Towers from those two hijacked jetliners

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I've been spending a lot of time in New York and New Jersey lately, and these apps were recommended to me by friends and colleagues as must-haves for the New York metropolitan area

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Three off-duty NYPD police officers have been linked to separate non-fatal shooting incidents, all of which involved drunk driving.

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Kids, some as young as 12-years-old, joining violent gangs and causing trouble on the streets of New York City. Police say they are responsible for 40 percent of the shooting in the city

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  • Today's winner of the bonehead tweeting prize in my view goes to a 29-year-old hedge fund analyst Shashank Tripathi of New York, also known by the bold and audacious Twitter handle ComfortablySmug

  • Sandy is only the latest and most devastating incident in a pattern of extreme weather that's become impossible to ignore

  • Suddenly we all know Sandy -- the superstorm that whacked New York City -- left many people dead across the East Coast, knocked out power to millions and caused billions worth of property damage

  • Are there no limits on government's power, no place where it cannot go?

  • New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg failed to satisfy critics with his defense of how he had explained former Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith's sudden departure

  • My take is that the decision to stay outside of a city center rests on how you might answer several main questions

  • Alec Baldwin says he's going back to school. After announcing his interest in running for New York mayor in 2013, the 53-year-old actor said Monday he first wants to enroll in a master's program in politics and government in order to better understand the post

  • The New York Public Library has gotten into the porn business. 'With adults, anything that you can get on the Internet, you can legally get on a computer in the library,' explained an official. 'It's difficult, but we err on the side of free and open access.' I'm hardly an anti-porn crusader, but the list of reasons why libraries didn't -- and shouldn't -- carry porn is vast

  • New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was a past master of lecturing about the cosmic while sometimes ignoring the more concrete. Governing the boroughs of an often-chaotic New York City is nearly impossible. Pontificating on the evils of smoking, fatty foods and supposed anti-Muslim bigotry was not only far easier but had established the mayor as a national figure