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14 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week
Synchronized swimming, Comic-Con International, and a New York blackout round out this week's best images.
EPA Chief’s Remarks Highlight Republican Double Standard On States’ Rights
Alexander C. Kaufman
Federalism is sacrosanct for conservatives, that is, unless a state wants to set stricter pollution rules or protect minorities' civil rights.
Hey Upper East Siders, A 'Gossip Girl' Reboot Is Actually Happening
A reboot of the generation-defining series is coming to WarnerMedia’s new streaming service HBO Max.
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DOJ Won't Charge New York City Police Officer In Eric Garner's Death
Ryan J. Reilly
Daniel Pantaleo will not face federal civil rights charges in a death that prompted a national outcry.
Jeenah Moon / Reuters
New York City Could Be Headed For Another Blackout As Heat Wave Looms
Temperatures could creep up to nearly 100 degrees, threatening to overload the electrical grid.
ICE Raids Have Already Begun In New York, Mayor Says
Mayor Bill de Blasio said immigration enforcement agents did not succeed in rounding up any residents from two targeted neighborhoods.
A Massive Blackout Hit Manhattan And New York Did Its Thing
A power shortage forced thousands of people into the streets of Manhattan. Then the singing began.
The Dalton School yearbook
Jeffrey Epstein Was Their Teacher. He Became A Monster.
Former students of The Dalton School are reconsidering their memories of the disgraced billionaire, who taught in the ’70s and now faces sex trafficking charges.
Allie Long Needs New Key To New York After Hers Was Stolen In Los Angeles
The soccer star reached out to NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio hoping for a replacement.
Megan Rapinoe Rallies Soccer Fans
“We have to love more, hate less,” Megan Rapinoe gave a speech about tolerance at a parade celebrating the U.S. women’s soccer team for winning their fourth World Cup.
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Photos: NYC Holds Parade For Women's Soccer Team, The Best Team In U.S. History
Chants of "equal pay" echoed against the skyscrapers as thousands of fans packed Manhattan's streets to cheer on the world champion U.S. women's soccer team.
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Megan Rapinoe Delivers Epic Speech At World Cup Parade: 'Listen More, Talk Less'
"We have to be better. We have to love more. Hate less," the U.S. women’s national soccer team co-captain said at the World Cup celebration parade.
Megan Rapinoe Holding World Cup Trophy And Screaming 'I Deserve This' Is A Mood
The star Women’s National Team co-captain gives us the mantra we all need.
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Women's World Cup Soccer Champs Praised At NYC Parade With Glorious Signs
The celebration of the U.S. Women's National Team featured posters demanding equal pay and applauding co-captain Megan Rapinoe.
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Billionaire Noam Gottesman Accused Of Cutting Curb To Create Parking Spot
A New York City agency said that violated the law, but Gottesman is allegedly still getting cars towed that park in his space.
Jeffrey Epstein Indicted On Child Sex Trafficking Charge
Charges against the billionaire money manager, which were unsealed in New York, "shock the conscience," U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman said.
Jonathan Ernst / Reuters
Biographer Tweets Embarrassing Trump Quote About Jeffrey Epstein And Younger Women
He's a "terrific guy" and "fun," Trump told New York Magazine for a 2002 profile of his then-pal who faces sex trafficking charges.
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Queens District Attorney Race Heads To Recount
Absentee ballots gave Queens Borough President Melinda Katz a small lead over public defender Tiffany Cabán -- reversing the outcome from election night.
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NYC Student Who Was Set On Fire In Chemistry Accident Awarded Nearly $60 Million
Alonzo Yanes was hospitalized for months after his teacher's "rainbow experiment" engulfed him in flames.
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Madonna Wraps Pride Month With Dazzling, Politically Tinged Performance
Curtis M. Wong
Taking the stage in New York, the Queen of Pop expressed her gratitude to LGBTQ fans for having "always been embraced by Queer Nation."
NYC Pride Parade Is One Of Largest In Movement's History
The parade in New York and others like it across the nation concluded a month of events marking the 50th anniversary of the infamous police raid on the Stonewall Inn.
At Stonewall, Thousands Celebrate 50th Anniversary of LGBTQ Uprising
By Ali Swenson and Jennifer Peltz, AP
A 1969 riot at the New York bar started the concept of Pride as we know it.
Photographer Stanley Stellar On 40 Years Of Documenting Gay Life In New York City
Following the release of the short documentary feature “Here For This Reason,” Stanley Stellar sits down with Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss photographing decades of gay life in New York City.
Photographer Of Gay New York Recalls Early Days Of Pride
"This is who we are. This is what life looked like," explains photographer Stanley Stellar.
Parents Of Indian Girl Who Died Crossing Border Were Trying To Give Her A 'Better Life'
6-year-old Gurupreet Kaur’s parents said desperation and dreams of a "safer and better life" led to a border crossing attempt in the blistering Arizona desert.
New York City Declares A Climate Emergency
Alexander C. Kaufman
The Big Apple follows 17 other U.S. cities, including San Francisco, Oakland and Hoboken, New Jersey.
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