The city lifted a longstanding ban Monday, allowing students to bring cellphones to school.
The "universal" attack left all agencies unable to receive messages.
Harlem residents between 18 and 24 are encouraged to apply.
Architectural plans for the D.C.-based museum are on display at the Brooklyn Public Library through May.
This weekend discover a spooky movie classic, play unreleased video games and party at a night market.
The city's Department of Environmental Protection is funding several green roof projects.
The billboard at Canal and Centre streets is part of Genius.com's campaign to "annotate the world."
"COSMO," an irrigation system that can filter 3,000 gallons of water, will be installed in late June.
DIVAS for Social Justice's robotics team used Lego and technology to find solutions for gentrification.
"It’s not as crazy as you think it is," the man said.
Hit the snow in Central Park and check out the Morgan’s new exhibition, "Lincoln Speaks."
Two Facebook posts included the police officer emoji followed by several gun emojis pointing at the cop.
Dating app The Grade rates users based on profile, photos and communication skills.
The nearly 160-foot-tall turbine, on the 30th Street Pier of Sunset Park, will be dedicated Wednesday.
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