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Orlando shooting

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Long Island City »

No matter your religion, your fellow New Yorkers will protect you, a hostile subway encounter proves.

Midtown »

Hope Solo is suspended by U.S. soccer, and an Australian dog lives for the mail.

West Village »

The governor announced his plan at the LGBT Center before the 2016 Pride Parade.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A bartender at 9th Avenue Saloon at 656 Ninth Ave. reported the incident to police.

West Village »

NYC Pride wil honor the victims of the Orlando shooting with honored guests, organizers said.

Greenwich Village »

Three comics on the LGBTQ spectrum talk to us about their approaches to comedy after a national tragedy.

Bed-Stuy »

Mourners remembered Enrique Rios, 25, for his compassion, humor and love of music and dancing.

Bed-Stuy »

Russell Boyle has drawn a portrait a day since the shooting to pay tribute to the lives lost.

Midtown »

The Workmen's Circle will hand out Orwasher's Bakery cookies at the Taste of Jewish Culture Street Fair.

Times Square & Theater District »

Dozens of performers have teamed up to record a version of "What the World Needs Now Is Love."

Crown Heights »

Here's how you can make a difference from afar.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

“God commanded Jewish people to 1) Kill the homosexuals 2) Kill the witches among us,” the notes read.

Greenwich Village »

Patience Carter, 20, is an undergraduate in New York University's Steinhardt School.

Civic Center »

The Gay Men's Health Crisis and other groups took to City Hall to protest the FDA's donation policies.

Inwood »

Dozens of residents gathered in front of Dichter's Pharmacy to stand in solidarity with Orlando.