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The city received more than $13 billion in federal aid, the largest share of the Hurricane Sandy funds.
The state will pay to elevate storm-damaged homes that aren't in the most severe flood zone.
First-time candidate Adem Bunkeddeko will challenge Rep. Yvette Clarke for her central Brooklyn seat.
A video shows a man walking away from the burning car and asks a taxi driver, "Can I get a ride?"
Sales prices jumped 7.5 percent in Brooklyn and 10 percent in Queens, an Elliman report found.
The letters reached Jewish-owned stores in Borough Park, a Harlem Starbucks and the Israeli consulate.
The suspect put his phone under the woman's skirt on the B train, police said.
Officials will designate the area's commercial districts in an event on Thursday.
A Brooklyn councilman says LinkNYC should map bus arrivals for stops without countdown clocks.
"I was a very sick man," Weiner said through tears during his sentencing.
Classes are too big, kids have to eat lunch at odd times and music and art space is lost, a report says.
The city has mapped possible locations including Sunset Park, the Rockaways and the South Bronx.
The surge at a Con Ed substation also caused power outages for public housing residents in Red Hook.
A mandate would force some of the city's most inefficient buildings to curb their emissions.
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