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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has publicly endorsed President Barack Obama for re-election, citing Hurricane Sandy and climate change.
As widespread power outages and flooding affect millions on the East Coast, speculation continues as to whether or not the super storm was caused by climate change.
NEW YORK (AP) — It's been nearly 40 years since New York City started planning a memorial to President Franklin Roosevelt on an island in the East River. Welfare Island was renamed Roosevelt Island, and American architect Louis Kahn was commissioned to design a park honoring the 32nd president.
Ahmadinejad's underlings go on a shopping spree at discount chains Payless, Costco, Walgreens, and Duane Reade.
Vandals throw bricks through Staten Island office of Republican candidate but Dems suspicious.
Protesters and cops swarm the Financial District during events marking the one-year anniversary of the "Occupy Wall Street" movement.
The new ban could spark similar laws in other cities.
New York City becomes the first city to ban restaurants from selling large sodas.
We evaluated more than 400 public high schools in New York City to identify the best.
Aggressive, flexible focus on schools and business pushes New York toward tech forefront.