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NYPD Crime Statistics Off by up to 229 Incidents a Month, Data Show

DNAinfo found that the number of NYC crimes fluctuates after the NYPD reports them to the public.

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Uber Won't Be Hurt by Limit on For-Hire Car Services, Mayor Says

The mayor also declined an offer from the company for a live stream debate.

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Cuomo Announces Next Steps for State's AIDS Reduction Plan

The governor outlined "major steps" being taken to advance his "blueprint" to end AIDS by 2020.

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New Yorkers Celebrate U.S. Soccer Champs at Parade

The parade begins at 11 a.m. with a City Hall ceremony with speeches by Abby Wambach and Carli Lloyd.

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How to Get to the Women's World Cup Champs' Ticker-Tape Parade

The U.S. national women's soccer team will parade down the Canyon of Heroes starting at 11 a.m.

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Brooklyn Artist Poses Naked at Former Slavery Sites in New York

Nona Faustine's photo series, "White Shoes," depicts portraits of herself at various slave trade sites.

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Prisoner Left Impotent After Six-Day Erection Wins $750K Settlement

Rodney Cotton, 51, settled Monday with the city just before the civil trial was set to start.

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De Blasio's Scathing Criticism of Cuomo Gets Mixed Support

Some local politicans declined to criticize Cuomo while others welcomed the mayor's comments.

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Crime Drops in June as This Summer Starts Out as One of NYC's Safest

Serious crime is down for the month, and shootings and murders have eased.

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Cuomo Worked To Hurt New York City's Agenda in Albany, De Blasio Says

The mayor said he expected some sort of revenge from the governor for his critical remarks.   .

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De Blasio Appoints First Woman to Head Economic Development Corporation

Maria Torres-Springer was serving as the city's commissioner for small business services.

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Council's Police Reform Laws Are 'Unprecedented Intrusions,' Bratton Says

The City Council said it has the right to legislate changes that affect police department policy.

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'True Neighborhood Policing' Coming With New Initiative, Mayor Says

De Blasio, Bratton to unveil community policing initiative named "One City: Safe and Fair Everywhere."

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De Blasio Isn't the Only Progessive Politician Who Doesn't Pay Interns

From the City Council, to the Public Advocate and Members of Congress, electeds don't pay their interns.

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De Blasio Hired More Police to Head Off Political Fallout, Sources Say

The mayor feared his second term would be doomed if crime rose and he did nothing, sources said.