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The Duane Reade on East 52nd Street lost more than $1,000 in merchandise over the weekend, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

The #PlaySafe swag bag is now available to the public by calling 311.

Civic Center »

Shkreli said he was just defending himself after the Wu-Tang Clan member called him a "s**thead." 

Jackson Heights »

Jared Fox is the first person to hold the position with the Department of Education.

Murray Hill »

Shkreli, who was arrested Thursday, had previously hiked the price of anti-AIDS medicine.

Crown Heights »

The controversial pharmaceutical executive is reportedly willing to put up the rapper's $2 million bail.

Times Square & Theater District »

"You will get AIDS," the thief warned a Duane Reade employee who confronted him, police said.

Upper West Side »

Myron Gold has made it his mission to make sure longtime AIDS and HIV survivors aren't forgotten.

Central Harlem »

The two feuding politicians spoke separately at the Apollo Theater in Harlem.  

Chelsea »

Pictures of their faces taped to chairs in the front of the packed room highlighted their absence. 

Melrose »

People with asthma and compromised immune systems are more susceptible to the legionella bacteria.

West Village »

The governor outlined "major steps" being taken to advance his "blueprint" to end AIDS by 2020.

West Village »

The legislature took none of the low- or no-cost measures available to push the plan forward.

Civic Center »

The governor's blueprint to end AIDS requires the city match the state's funding for it, activists said.