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Lawyers for the man convicted of killing Etan Patz say jurors in the retrial had improper information.

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Carole Feuerman's life-like sculptures will be on display through March 23.

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The phone was grabbed from his hands as he stood outside the FiDi transportation hub.

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The officer was punched in the face on Valentine's Day, police said.

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The 1st Precinct's Detective Rick Lee, 50, is retiring this week.  

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Police are looking for a man they say forcibly touched a woman while she shopped in a FiDi store.

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The leading NYC construction company, along with an engineering firm, are being sued for more than $5M.

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The burglar broke into Billy's Bakery though a glass door, police said.

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At the iconic Sphere sculpture in The Battery, 9/11 families rallied against Trump's "immoral" ban.

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Artist Anne Spalter's kaleidoscopic reimagining of NYC's skyline is now on view in the transit hub.

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Jurors deliberated for nine days in the retrial of Pedro Hernandez.  

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The movie series starts Feb. 22, inside the Winter Garden atrium.

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The attacker punched the Flavors Cafe workers before returning with a 3-foot-long wooden plank.

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The condo tower, along with an Islamic center next door at 51 Park Place, has taken years to develop.

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The 19-year-old was robbed at Hanover Square as he walked home, police said.