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Financial District »

Justin Casquejo started posting Instagram photos and videos of himself dangling from buildings.

Times Square & Theater District »

While you wait, tune into a special #Ham4Ham performance on YouTube Thursday afternoon

Brooklyn Heights »

Saad Lamjarred, 31, left the country after being indicted for a 2010 rape in Brooklyn.

Chelsea »

Ahmad Khan Rahami's YouTube account listed cat videos and jihadi anthems.

Chelsea »

Rahami was charged with using a weapon of mass destruction and faces life in prison if convicted.

Financial District »

In the ad, two towers of mattresses are toppled after a spokeswoman touts the store's twin tower sale. 

East Harlem »

A mugger claimed it was a prank after he stole a man's headset, police said. 

Little Italy »

The sergeant chased the woman through Little Italy, according to the YouTube video.

East Harlem »

A video shows a group of men instigate the boy.

SoHo »

"There's a new fashion in Manhattan. It's called slashin'," he sings.

TriBeCa »

The self-described YouTube filmmaker Casey Neistat reprised his 2014 stunt. 

Midtown »

Reasons to love New York; Amazon pulls hoverboards; The booming "Church of Jediism."

Midtown »

Serial is back in your podcast feed, and YouTube wraps up the year with the help of Left Shark.

Greenpoint »

David Acre, 27, is comfortable shaving necks using straight razors despite his tics.

Midtown »

The Mets need no bandwagon fans; Neil deGrasse Tyson fact checks Marty McFly; Pricey Manhattan plots.