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Downtown Brooklyn »

Obama to Nominate Brooklyn US Attorney Loretta Lynch for Attorney General

The president is expected to make the announcement Saturday at the White House.

Upper West Side »

State AG Files Motion to Stop Sale of UWS Senior Residence

Eric Schneiderman filed a motion opposing the proposed $108 million sale of the Salvation Army facility.

Civic Center »

Lyft Reaches Deal With City and Will Launch Friday, Company Says

Lyft said it would abide by TLC regulations and state laws.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Lyft Gets Extra Week to Reach Deal With City

The ride-sharing operator has been in discussions to make its service legal in the city.

Gramercy »

Aldon James Agrees to Pay $900K to National Arts Club in Settlement Deal

The deal with the Attorney General's office settles a $1.75M lawsuit over James' club mismanagement.

Times Square & Theater District »

Times Square Club Fined $20K for Barring Non-Korean Patrons

Circle NYC must pay the state and also fork over additional restitution to the victims.

Gramercy »

Disgraced Ex-President Starts to Move Out of National Arts Club

Ex-president O. Aldon James has to be out of his National Arts Club apartment by July 31.

Stuy Town »

Stuy Town Won't Hike Rent Mid-Lease for Tenants Promised Otherwise

Stuy Town residents can avoid a pay increase if leasing agents misled them.

East Harlem »

AG Investigates Money Trail Between Coors and Puerto Rican Day Parade Team

Eric Schneiderman is looking into how the parade's board used MillerCoors funds meant for scholarships.

Gramercy »

National Arts Club Votes in New President

Rev. Tom Pike, former rector of the Calvary-St. George's Church, is the National Arts Club's president.

Chelsea »

Charity Slammed for 'Sweetheart Deal' With For-Profit AIDS Walk Organizer

A private company, MZA Events, brings in hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees and bonuses.

Gramercy »

Aldon James Will Not Face Criminal Charges in National Arts Club Scandal

But James still faces a $2 million suit from the Attorney General's office.

Jamaica »

Queens State Senator Pleads Not Guilty to Conspiracy Charges

State Sen. Shirley Huntley turned herself in at a Long Island courthouse Monday morning.

West Harlem »

Group Handling Columbia Cash Pledges 500 Summer Jobs

The troubled West Harlem Local Development Corporation said it will fund 500 jobs.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

National Arts Club's Expulsion of Aldon James Stands Again, For Now

With an appeal pending, an appellate court issued a stay on a ruling that overturned Aldon James' ouster.

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