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Sayfullo Saipov was charged by federal prosecutors on Wednesday with aiding ISIS in a terror attack.
A Monday email to students of Professor William V. Harris informed them of his withdrawal.
Monday's talk with Mike Cernovich went as planned, but protests raged on the Columbia campus.
Sayfullo Saipov, 29, drove a rented pickup truck along the West Street path, striking multiple people.
"You gotta do something about that, Mr. Mayor," Sanders joked to de Blasio about the wait for the train.
An Oct. 26 Health Department inspection ordered Absolute Bagels at 2788 Broadway to close.
New prevention programs will also provide more training for staff.
The City Council is set to vote on the Cabaret Law's repeal on Tuesday afternoon.
Efforts are underway to level the playing field for the 4-year-olds.
Rain should stop by 10 a.m. but strong winds will continue through the day, forecasters said.
From costume contests to food festivals and Halloween parties, find out what's happening this weekend.
Le Bilboquet's management joked about the woman's complaints and refused to take action, the suit says.
Gray Davis received the Liberty Medal for saving a man who was pushed onto the subway tracks in June.
The Independent Budget Office recently measured delays during the morning rush for the past five years.
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