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Lower East Side »

They asked for a Boston man's phone and then distracted him by also asking for his wallet, police said.

East Flatbush »

The suspect placed the knife to a man's leg on the 5 train, police said.

New York City »

Smoking tobacco will be outlawed in NYCHA apartments, common areas and offices under a new HUD rule. 

East Harlem »

Listen to all 13 Gang Starr songs chosen as episode titles for Marvel's "Luke Cage."

Civic Center »

William E. Bratton died Thursday night in his hometown of Weymouth, Massachusetts. 

Woodside »

Raymond Epps was convicted of murdering Wayne Graves at his Woodside home in 2011. 

Chelsea »

Jeremy Wilson, 42, was arrested by the NYPD for pretending to be a war hero to lease a new BMW.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Ronald Sullivan Jr. was hired by Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson to unearth wrongful convictions.  

Midtown »

None of the 47 passengers were injured in the blaze, Massachusetts state police said. 

Central Harlem »

The Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership fired Daniel Rodriguez after learning of his actions.


"The Fence" is an outdoor photo exhibit that began in Brooklyn Bridge Park and now graces four cities.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown bus company, known for its $15 Boston-to-New York route, is allowed to operate again.

Civic Center »

Commissioner Mitchell Silver had sitdowns with celebrities and billionaires about their pet causes.

Upper West Side »

In his short tenure as Parks Commissioner, Mitchell Silver has spent time on four different continents.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown bus operator wants a new license after it was shut down for safety violations in 2013.