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BuzzFeed Employees Stage Walkout Over Stalled Union Recognition
Workers have been negotiating with management for four months, including a meeting where BuzzFeed executives failed to appear.
Cages With 'Kids' Pop Up Around NYC To Protest Immigrant Detention
The art installations were meant to bring awareness to the horrific conditions children and other migrants face at the southern U.S. border.
FAA Says Pilot Killed In New York Helicopter Crash Shouldn't Have Been In Air
The pilot, who crashed atop a midtown Manhattan high-rise, was not licensed to fly in the kind of weather the city had that day.
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Muslim Woman Investigated Her Own Hate Crime After NYPD Dismissed Her Case
“I told myself I wasn’t going to be one of those cases that got abandoned,” said Fatoumata Camara, who dug up video proving she was beaten and robbed.
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States Are Adding Toll Roads To Raise Money. Some Drivers Have To Pay More.
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Critics say the practice lacks transparency.
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Catch A Sneak Peek At 'NYC's Largest' Rainbow Pride Flag
Curtis M. Wong
The steps at Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island are getting a colorful World Pride makeover that's being billed as a record breaker.
New York Considering Bill To Ban 'Pink Tax' Pricing Disparities
“It’s incumbent on us in the state legislature to ... make sure that consumers are not being taken advantage of,” Assemblywoman Nily Rozic (D) told HuffPost.
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Pilot Dead As Helicopter Crash-Lands On Midtown Manhattan Roof
In a press conference at the scene, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said there is no indication this was anything more than an emergency landing.
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Cuba Gooding Jr. Allegedly Gropes Woman At New York City Club
A woman accused the Oscar-winning actor of grabbing her breast, and police say they are investigating a possible charge of forcible touching.
2019 Tony Awards: All The Looks You Have To See From The Red Carpet
The awards show paid tribute to pride month with a rainbow-themed carpet.
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New York City Bills Would Set The Stage To Replace Rikers Island Jail With A Solar Farm
Alexander C. Kaufman
Queens produces much of the city's dirty electricity and houses most of its prisoners. A new package of bills aims to "right wrongs."
'Central Park Five' To Trump: Death Penalty Ad Put A 'Bounty On Our Head'
While the falsely accused men were honored this week, a publisher dropped one of the prosecutors from the botched case.
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Is Climate Change Really Driving The Ratpocalypse?
By Naveena Sadasivam, Grist
Rats are not well understood. New York City alone has a rat population that could range from 2 million to 32 million.
Several Trump Tower Sales In The Toilet, Chris Hayes Taunts On MSNBC
“It’s a bloodbath ... all seemingly due to the five letters on the front of the building," Hayes quips.
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Activists Marsha P. Johnson And Sylvia Rivera To Be Honored In New York Monument
People that identify as "trans are going to be able to see themselves reflected in this important point of the city," transgender activist Cecilia Gentili said.
Jennifer Hudson Blows Crowd Away In Surprise Performance Honoring Aretha Franklin
The singer said her flight to New York City was canceled, so she traveled nearly 13 hours by tour bus to honor the "Queen of Soul" at the Pulitzer Prize ceremony.
Tornado Rips Through Kansas City Suburbs As Vicious Storms Move East
By Julie Wright and John Hanna, AP
The latest round of damaging weather in the central U.S. came a day after violent storms killed one person and injured at least 130 in Indiana and Ohio.
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CULTURE & ARTS
15 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week
A perfect New York City moonrise, an epic beard and a giant Buddha round out this week's top images.
Rep. Jerry Nadler 'Feeling Much Better' After Sudden Health Scare
The House Judiciary Committee chairman appeared to faint during a New York City news conference with Mayor Bill de Blasio.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Endorses Progressive Candidate For Queens Prosecutor
Tiffany Cabán shares many of the congresswoman's progressive ideals and supporters.
New Yorkers Have No Time For 'Fox & Friends' Host Steve Doocy
The Fox News host had a hard time finding people willing to talk to him on camera Monday morning.
Bill De Blasio Is Running For President
The New York City mayor joins more than 20 other Democrats — including two mayors — in an ever-crowded field.
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Anthony Weiner Released After Serving Time For Sexting Teen Girl
The former congressman served 18 months of a 21-month sentence for sending explicit text messages to a teenager.
'The Daily Show' Debuts Lowlights Tour Of Donald Trump's New York
“Like Frank Sinatra and a rat dragging pizza down the stairs, Donald Trump and New York City are inextricably linked."
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Jay-Z Pays Tribute To Nipsey Hussle With Freestyle At New York City Concert
"I never dreamed he’d get killed in a place that he called home," the music mogul rapped during his performance.
Fake Heiress Anna Delvey, Who Tricked New York's Elite, Found Guilty In Fraud Trial
Anna Sorokin, aka Anna Delvey and "The SoHo Grifter," had scammed hotels, friends and banks for big bucks.
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