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More than 4.5 million tourists visited the State of Liberty and Ellis Island in 2016.

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The newest movie in the "Harry Potter" world is set in New York City during 1926.

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A new virtual tour offers views of the historic island's old hospital complex.

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More than 1 million archival documents and thousands of artifacts are returning to the island's museum.

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Nadezhda Williams is the new executive director of the King Manor Museum.

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Photography by Picasso and Annie Leibovitz is showing this weekend.

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The New-York Historical Society details the journey of Chinese Americans from the 18th century to now.

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International teams will compete in a regatta near the Statue of Liberty from Friday through Sunday.

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The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and other National Park facilities will close, officials said.

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National Parks have scrapped their plan to move security screening to Ellis Island.

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A plan to relocate screening checkpoints could make Liberty-bound ferries unsafe, the police chief said.

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The Statue of Liberty is slated to reopen by July 4, but no date has been set for Ellis Island.

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Federal officials expect to have a new security plan for Liberty and Ellis islands in about 10 days.

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The National Park Service plans to move the unsightly tents to Ellis Island, though the NYPD objects.

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Both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will remain closed through 2012 due to damage from Sandy.