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The new ban was meant to block citizens of six Muslim-majority countries starting Thursday.

Longwood »

Hector Cruz, 34, has been making sculptures out of light bulbs, metal and wood for about 18 months.

Upper West Side »

Aithan Shapira has a new exhibit at the JCC centered on themes of migration and hope.

Civic Center »

The man who attacked a gay couple in SoHo allegedly ranted that it "used to be a nice neighborhood."

SoHo »

Thomas Clabough attacked Daniel Lennox-Choate and Larry Lennox-Choate III in a SoHo bodega, police said.

West Farms »

Miguel Roche, 48, fought in Iraq and was diagnosed with PTSD in 2008, according to court papers.

Civic Center »

Veterans groups say the mayor has made a series of missteps in his handling of their community.

Inwood »

The post office at 90 Vermilyea Ave. will be named after Corporal Juan Alcantara.

Belmont »

Sgt. Gonzalo Duran wants his late father's Lorillard Place home to house homeless veterans.

Civic Center »

The parade for Iraq and Afghanistan vets would follow the Canyon of Heroes route in Manhattan.

Williamsburg »

Active military members and recent vets have not been receiving the same benefits as other veterans.

Williamsburg »

Veterans of all wars are supposed to get tax breaks on their homes, but many can't get a straight answer.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

An exhibit that opens Friday includes the work of more than 20 civilian and military photographers.

Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Bushwick »

"Gonna See a Movie Called Gunga Din" combines veterans' stories with scenes from war films.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

New Yorkers were divided on whether or not to celebrate the end of the 8-and-a-half year war.