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Liana Barrientos married 10 different men in the span of 11 years in New York, court documents show.

Grant City »

Judges should have more of a role when defendants are police officers,  Judge Jonathan Lippman said.

Manhattan »

Public school students in New York City have made little to no progress in reading and math since 2009.

Manhattan »

A majority of New Yorkers, including Republicans, support tax increases for state residents making over $1 million per year, new poll says.

Harlem »

City Council Members Melissa Mark-Viverito, Robert Jackson and Ydanis Rodriguez voiced support for a state bill to curb marijuana-related arrests.

Midtown & Theater District »

Throngs of New York's political elite turned out for the music-filled funeral of former Gov. Hugh Carey at St. Patrick's Cathedral Thursday.

Manhattan »

The state Senate was reportedly close to passing a revised version of the bill to legalize same-sex marriage.

Manhattan »

Dennis Walcott was hailed as "exceptionally qualified" to take over as Schools Chancellor by a state panel.

Manhattan »

The radiation is not expected to pose a health risk, the state's Health Department said.

Downtown »

Wall Street employees got less in cash bonuses, but more in overall pay last year, a report released Wednesday said.

Manhattan »

Patients wait up to five hours to receive care at emergency rooms around the state, according to reports.

Manhattan »

The number of New York state residents on food stamps jumped 11 percent to three million over 2009.

Manhattan »

Only 23 percent of public high school students were college- or career-ready after four years, a report said.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Breaking with her father, Barbara Bush, announced her support for gay marriage in a video released Monday.

Manhattan »

A survey of New York State voters found that 56 percent support legislation legalizing same-sex marriage.