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Thanksgiving Parade watchers and Black Friday shoppers can expect highs around 60 degrees.

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"See Something, Send Something" app lets users report suspicious activities using their smart phones.

Civic Center »

More than 100 people were killed in multiple terror attacks that struck Paris Friday night, AP reports.

Midtown »

Forecasters said El Niño will likely mean a milder winter, though February may bring heavy snowfall.

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Gigbloc is an interactive map that pinpoints concerts showing at the city's smaller venues.

TriBeCa »

To celebrate 'Back to the Future' Day, take a free, 15-minute ride in the (non-time traveling) car.

Concourse »

The group will plant its 1 millionth tree on Oct. 21 at noon in Joyce Kilmer Park.

South Street Seaport »

Councilwoman Chin introduced a bill to cap the number of tour bus license plates the city could issue.

Midtown »

Warm weather will give way to a more seasonal chill by Saturday. 

Concourse »

The map is part of the Bronx Museum's exhibition on The Young Lords Organization.

Far Rockaway »

The city has activated its severe weather plans in anticipation of the storm, officials said.

Upper West Side »

Public officials have greeted attempts to sell Pope Francis tickets with scorn.

Midtown »

New Yorkers are struggling with rigid workplace schedules, a recent study suggests.

Financial District »

There's a gap in how much bullying is reported, data compiled by DNAinfo New York shows .

Concord »

Pro-secession groups are gathering to consort with allies in their fight to divide the state in two.