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PHOTOS: Check Out the Massive New French Food Hall Le District

The long-awaited market opens its coffee and pastry areas Friday, but will be in full swing next week.

Fuel Oil Companies Scammed Millions From the NYPD, FDNY, Sources Say

Investigators raided five fuel companies suspected of a scam worth tens of millions of dollars.

Correction Department's Training Facilities are Lacking, New Boss Admits

DOC Commissioner Joseph Ponte said the department needs better facilities to fix conditions at Rikers.

252 Pairs of Underwear Lifted From SoHo Victoria's Secret, Police Say

The 591 Broadway shop has become a regular target for underwear thieves.

City Sues to Keep Ex ACS Worker Who Failed Check Abused Kids Off Payroll

After an arbitrator ruled a caseworker who filed fake reports should keep his job, the city is suing.

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