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Despite Bloody Weekend, Shootings Were Down Last Week: NYPD Data

Shootings are up 8 percent this year, but the NYPD got some respite with fewer incidents this week.  

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City Council Approves Bill for Municipal ID Cards

The program is expected to open registration by the end of this year. 

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New York Workers Get Extended Lunch Break to Watch Team USA

Gov. Cuomo gave state workers an extended lunch break to watch Team USA against Germany the World Cup.

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Gun Control Protest at City Hall This Weekend Funded by Ex-Mayor Bloomberg

The former mayor is underwriting a protest at his former workplace to call for tougher gun laws.

Park Slope »

Mayor Rejected Twice by Department of Buildings on Apartment He Rents Out

De Blasio's applications for confirmation on his rental property's legal use have been rejected twice.

Park Slope »

Mayor Leaves Free Stuff Outside Home Ahead of Gracie Mansion Move

The de Blasios did what every New Yorker does before a move — they put their old stuff on the street.

Midtown »

16 Subway Lines to Undergo Service Changes This Weekend

The 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, F, G, J, M, N, Q, R and S lines will be affected this weekend.

Midtown »

Thousands of Artifacts, Including 200-Year-Old Douche, Get New Home

Thousands of items found in various sites across the city will be housed in Midtown.

Civic Center »

Planned NYC Parade for Iraq and Afghanistan Vets Moving Ahead, Schumer Says

The parade for Iraq and Afghanistan vets would follow the Canyon of Heroes route in Manhattan.

Rockaway Beach »

City Mails First Three Checks for Build It Back Sandy-Recovery Program

The $100,000 in checks represented a fraction of the $648 million that has been allocated.

Hunts Point »

Bratton Shifting 100 NYPD Commanders in Massive Shakeup

New bosses will be in charge of detectives and officers in several boroughs.

Financial District »

Lawyer Jumps to His Death at Building Across From City Hall, NYPD Says

Leonard Morton, 45, leaped to his death from 225 Broadway across from City Hall, police said.

Civic Center »

Transportation Advocates Call for Clocks to Show When Buses Will Arrive

Transportation advocates are calling for countdown clocks to let riders know when a bus will arrive.

Civic Center »

Mystery Artifact Unearthed at City Hall Is 19th-Century Feminine Device

An early incarnation of the feminine hygiene device was discovered during excavations.

Civic Center »

City Schools Open and Back to Normal After Snowstorm

All field trips, after-school programs and sports games are back on, according to the DOE.

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