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This Is What Global Warming Could Do to Our Coastline

If a new review in Science Magazine is right, New York City will shrink substantially.      

Prospect Heights »

Volunteers Set Out to Count All of NYC's Street Trees

More than 2,000 volunteers will help count and map NYC's street trees.

Upper West Side »

May is Fourth Hottest on Record for New York City, Officials Say

There hasn't been a May this hot since 1991, according to the National Weather Service.

Hunts Point »

De Blasio Plan Aims for No Trash, New Subway for '8.5 Million Jaded People'

The plan proposes aims to address inequality through improvements in transportation, health and economy.

Civic Center »

Voters Believe Cuomo and De Blasio Feud is Real and Bad for City and State

De Blasio and Cuomo deny there is a feud despite evidence pointing to the contrary.

Financial District »

Freshen Up Your Apartment With These Expert Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring is almost here — take some time to brighten up your apartment with these tips.

SoHo »

Buy Yourself a Surprise — Spy-Training, Fire-Eating or Nothing — for $1

Sign up for The Experiment and an unexpected adventure might come your way.

DUMBO »

Alternate Side Parking Suspended for Rest of Week for Snowstorm Cleanup

Alternate side parking is suspended until Monday, but meters will still be monitored, the DOT said.

Fort Hamilton »

Forecasters Eye Another Winter Storm That Threatens to Hit City Sunday

Meteorologists expect scattered snow flurries overnight Thursday and a bigger storm Sunday night.  

Midtown »

Mayor Got 15 Minutes Notice of Cuomo's Subway Shutdown for Snow

Both de Blasio and Cuomo say they don't regret the abundance of caution taken.

Midtown »

Gov. Cuomo Orders City Roads and Subways Closed For Blizzard

Subway, PATH, Metro-North and LIRR service will all be disrupted. All city roads will close at 11 p.m.

TriBeCa »

City Waits to See if Incoming Storm Brings Heavy Snow or Torrential Rain

Forecasters still don't know if Saturday's storm will bury the city with snow or soak it with rain.

Civic Center »

Bratton Admits 'Widespread Stoppage' of NYPD Work

The NYPD commissioner owned up to a decrease in enforcement of low-level offenses by his department.

Midtown »

Frigid Temperatures, Snow and Ice Expected to Make Slippery Morning Commute

Temperatures are expected to dip to 10 degrees, bringing snow and ice on Tuesday, officials said.

Financial District »

New Recycling Rules Ban Throwing Electronics in the Trash

Throwing computers, old iPods and TVs in the trash will soon be banned across NYC.