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Sak's Fifth Avenue

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Financial District »

"How do I get to Jay Street?" the man asked prior to the attack, according to police.

TriBeCa »

Two shoplifters tried to fight off a security guard in the Battery Park City luxury store.

Midtown »

The employee opened store credit card accounts under five people's names, the DA's office said.

Midtown »

The employee swiped the gift cards and a debit card that wasn't his after getting fired, police said.

Lenox Hill »

Kyle and Krystle Steed stole patients' personal information to buy designer goods, Manhattan's DA said.

Midtown »

Stephanie Wilson discovered the letter in 2012. Now DNAinfo has found the man who said he wrote it.

Midtown »

Saks will continue to operate independently and remain headquartered in New York City.

Midtown East »

The bees flew toward a tree behind the high-end department store's corporate office.

SoHo »

The five pairs of shoes women in New York need when it rains.

Midtown »

The 89-year-old victim was hit after the SUV careened into a crowd in front of the department store.

Manhattan »

Crowds gathered as Saks Fifth Ave. became the latest store to put its holiday display on show.

Midtown East »

The FNO festivities in Midtown East included big-name celebs and neighborhood boutiques.

New York City »

Kim Kardashian, Anna Wintour and Ryan Lochte were among the celebs spotted at Fashion's Night Out.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Karl Vanderwoude, 26, works at a finance firm and hosted bible studies at his apartment.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Madonna Badger's parents and three children were killed in a Christmas Day fire in Connecticut.