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Judge Rejects Anti-Vaxxer Lawsuit Against New York City's Vaccine Mandate
A group of anonymous parents filed the lawsuit on Monday against local health officials over their new mandatory measles vaccination order.
New York City Passes Historic Climate Legislation
Alexander C. Kaufman
The Climate Mobilization Act lays the groundwork for New York City's own Green New Deal.
NYC Celebrated First Undocumented Rhodes Scholar With 'Jin Park Day'
“This place is our home and it doesn’t really matter what comes after. This is where we belong,” Park said during his ceremony at Gracie Mansion.
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Anti-Vaxxers Sue New York City Health Department Over Vaccine Mandate
New York City ordered mandatory measles vaccinations in parts of Brooklyn earlier this month amid a broad outbreak of the virus.
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Here Are The Movies Coming To Netflix This Week (April 15-21)
Todd Van Luling
Gina Rodriguez stars in a new movie about partying in New York City.
New York City Charges Ahead With Its Own Green New Deal
Alexander C. Kaufman
The nation's largest city is poised to enact what may be the most ambitious municipal emissions reduction bill in the world.
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New York City Announces Mandatory Measles Vaccinations In Parts Of Brooklyn
“We are absolutely certain this is an appropriate use of our emergency powers,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
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Halsey Recalls Considering Sex Work As A Homeless Teen In New York City
The "Without Me" singer discussed her experience as a homeless teen during a benefit in Hollywood.
Politician's Claim As Tallest Might Be A Stretch
North Dakota’s insurance commissioner, Jon Godfread, said he will contest New York City councilman Robert Cornegy Jr.'s title.
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Emily Ratajkowski Defends Her Husband's Decision To Not Pay Rent
"I’m proud he’s fighting the good fight," the model and actress said of Sebastian Bear-McClard.
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Muslims Invited To Pray Inside Synagogue After Fire Damages Their Mosque
Nearly 600 Muslims prayed inside New York's Central Synagogue last Friday, after being displaced from their own worship space.
Man Kicks Woman On Subway. Bystanders Shoot Video. Police Make Arrest.
The woman was kicked six times before the attacker left the train.
Sheep Rescued After Being Found Soaking Wet, Tied To NYC Park Tree
The strange incident came after at least three animals escaped city slaughterhouses and were found roaming the streets.
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Adele And Jennifer Lawrence Party With Surprised Fans At New York City Gay Bar
"Hi my name is Adele," The "Hello" singer said on stage at the Greenwich Village bar.
Courteney Cox Returns To Real-Life 'Friends' Apartment, And She's Got Jokes
We couldn't BE any more excited.
8 Elite Public Schools In NYC Only Accepted 190 Black Students
Just 4 percent of the accepted students are black, despite most of the city’s public school students being black or Hispanic.
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Over 1,000 Arrests Nationwide After Authorities Test Backlogged Rape Kits
By Jennifer Peltz, AP
It’s estimated that another 155,000 or more sex assault evidence kits still await testing.
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NYC To Dish Out 'Meatless Monday' Lunches At All Public Schools
The nation's largest school system hopes to improve student health and curb environmental effects.
Paul Krugman Breaks Down Why Conservatives Are The Real Snowflakes
“All that talk about liberal ‘snowflakes’ is projection,” explained the Nobel Prize-winning economist.
New York's Iconic Chrysler Building Is Sold For Bargain Price Of $150 Million
The owners paid $800 million for the skyscraper in 2008.
Trump Place Sign Scraped Off Condos As Residents Reject President
The trend is a show of defiance from the very city in which the real estate mogul initially staked his career.
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Taylor Swift Stalker Arrested After Second Break-In At Apartment In A Year
The singer recently expressed how a “fear of violence has continued into my personal life” due to multiple home invasions.
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Michael Bloomberg Is Not Running For President In 2020
The former mayor of New York City said he's pursuing another kind of campaign.
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NYPD Posts No-Parking Signs, Tows 30 Cars For Department Flag Football Game
"A real abuse of power," one Inwood resident told NY1.
People Are Loving This New York Woman's Rant About The Winter Weather
A PIX11 News interview with Diane from Brooklyn has some Twitter users calling on her to be a meteorologist.
A Cat Nicknamed 'Big Sexy' Is Finally Home After Vanishing During Photo Shoot
Buddy, aka Big Sexy, took off during a shoot for a calendar honoring New York City's firefighters and first responders.
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