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Cuomo: ‘Too early’ to tell if Ocasio-Cortez will help New York

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said Friday it was “too early” to tell if progressive firebrand Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) will help the Empire State in Congress.


Recently Sentenced New York Art Dealer Mary Boone Will Close Her Gallery

The veteran New York art dealer Mary Boone, who was sentenced last week to 30 months in prison for filing false tax returns, has decided to close her gallery. The move brings to an end, at least for now, an enterprise that came to define the contemporary art world, and that helped establish many art


Ocasio-Cortez gets fresh criticism over Amazon as new billboards in New York emerge

New billboards slamming U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., have popped up in Times Square, continuing to criticize the freshman lawmaker for Amazon's decision to pull part of its planned second headquarters out of New York.


New York Rangers beat Devils 5-2 with the roster of the future

The New York Rangers won a matinee at the Garden against a flat New Jersey Devils team with a roster that fans should get used to. It’s the team that will play the rest of the season.


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry slammed for her 7,000-mile private jet journey to New York for fancy baby shower

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have landed themselves in a soup over their recent travels, or so it would seem. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been facing immense backlash from the public over Meghan's recent 7,000-mile private jet journey to New York for a lavish baby shower thrown by her clos


New York man's conviction overturned after discovery of 'false confession' for murder in botched robbery

New York man's conviction overturned after discovery of 'false confession' for murder in botched robbery originally appeared on abcnews.go.com. A New York man's murder conviction was overturned on Friday just two years before he would've served the minimum portion of his life sentence.


New York pursuing charges against Manafort whether or not Trump pardons him: source

(Reuters) - The Manhattan district attorney is pursuing criminal charges against Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, whether or not Trump pardons him for his federal convictions, a person familiar with the matter said on Friday.


Brownsville-East New York: 3 Foreclosed Houses Near You

BROWNSVILLE-EAST NEW YORK, NY — Are you hoping to buy a new home, but can't find anything in your price range? Why not look at foreclosures in the area? You may just find something really special!


Flower Power: Annual Orchid Show Opens At New York Botanical Garden

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – If you’re looking for a taste of spring this weekend, head to the Bronx for a flower power spectacular. The 2019 Orchid Show opened Saturday at the New York Botanical Garden.


New York Giants: Draft might not be best option for new QB – Part 2

The New York Giants have to make a decision on their next starting quarterback soon. This is the conclusion of our two-part series about where that player will come from. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is 38 years old. His time in the NFL is growing short. A combination of father time, coac


New York Is Said to Prep Criminal Case Against Manafort If Trump Pardons Him

New York state prosecutors have put together a criminal case against Paul Manafort that they could file quickly if the former chairman of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign receives a presidential pardon.


Rise and fall of a New York Airbnb empire

NEW YORK — From the outside, there was nothing especially notable about the small white building on the corner of a cobblestone street in Tribeca. But until recently, it was a crucial location in a sprawling empire.


Another New York City Condo Building Votes to Remove the Trump Name

Another Trump building bites the dust. For the second time in four months, a New York City building will lose its Trump name. The owners of condominiums at 120 Riverside Blvd. voted to remove the name “Trump Place” from the side of the building, with about 55% in favor of removing the sign, reports


New York man reportedly issues warning to fellow smokers in his obituary, says not to let life ‘go up in smoke’

A New York man who reportedly passed away last week after succumbing to lung cancer issued a warning to fellow smokers via his own obituary: “Remember, life is good — don’t let it go up in smoke.”


Man crushed to death by lorry making delivery on New York Street in Manchester named

A man crushed to death by a lorry reversing into a loading bay at a city centre skyscraper has been named as 52-year-old Lee Warbuton. A file has been passed to the coroner following Mr Warburton's tragic death earlier this week.


Governor Cuomo Deploys State Resources to Western New York and Finger Lakes in Advance of Significant Wind Storm

Winds Gusts May Reach 70 to 75 MPH in Western New York and Western Portions of North Country; 40 to 50 MPH Throughout Rest of State. 100 Members of National Guard Have Been Activated to Assist with Debris Clearance.


Impatient New York motorist nearly mows down schoolchildren

NEW YORK (AP) - Driver impatience on New York City streets at times knows no limits. In one case, it meant flooring the gas pedal and nearly mowing down a group of Brooklyn schoolchildren.


New York Times Provides Cover for Austerity Cranks

It’s not uncommon to read news stories that quite explicitly identify economic mismanagement. For example, news reports on the hyperinflation in Zimbabwe routinely (and correctly) attribute the cause to the poor economic management by its leaders. We will see similar attributions of mismanagement to


How Donald Trump strengthened The New York Times and grew a Mexican billionaire's fortune

I’ve been thinking about The New York Times lately, and not so much because “the failing New York Times” is in Donald Trump’s crosshairs—although there is a connection (more on that in a second), but because the Times has become emblematic of two things I’m keenly interested in, namely, the digital


New York Undercover: Malik Yoba to Reprise Starring Role in ABC Revival

One key member of the Fourth Precinct will be back on the beat in ABC’s New York Undercover revival: Original cast member Malik Yoba is returning to reprise his starring role, according to our sister site Deadline.