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The stock exchange—shut down due to Hurricane Sandy--only handles about one eighth of all trades.
NEW YORK (AP) — It's been nearly 40 years since New York City started planning a memorial to President Franklin Roosevelt on an island in the East River. Welfare Island was renamed Roosevelt Island, and American architect Louis Kahn was commissioned to design a park honoring the 32nd president.
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We evaluated more than 400 public high schools in New York City to identify the best.
The New York State legislature need to pass a law making it illegal for a drunk driver to leave the scene of an accident.
Making college more affordable may encourage undocumented students to finish high school.
Unusually warm weather and record temperatures scorch the country.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo doesn't fear political blowback.
NEW YORK (AP) — Americans are in for a cyber-surprise on Wednesday: They'll be able to plug family names into an online 1940 U.S. census and come up with details about the lives of New Yorkers — from Joe DiMaggio and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy to their own relatives.
The list of monitored areas is part of a questionable program used to allegedly spy on Muslims.