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With 62 counties, New York is the country's third most populous state. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania, and shares an international border with the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario. Its five largest cities are New York City (also the largest city in the United States), Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, and Syracuse.

 

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A private plane landed on a New Jersey state highway in West Milford, local authorities reported. The plane made a successful emergency landing on the northbound side of Route 23...

 

City investigators slammed a taxpayer-backed Bronx law firm on Thursday, finding that the public defender attorneys took part in a rap video calling for cops to be executed — part...

 

Brooklynites this spring will face six weekends without L train service to Manhattan, and nine weeks without late-night service between the two boroughs. The L will only run from Canarsie...

 

NYPD Commissioner William Bratton reacted with outrage over a $5,000 settlement the city made with a machete-wielding thug who menaced cops. A front-page New York Post story revealed that the...

 

A multimillionaire Manhattan investment banker is such a cheapskate that he fought a court-ordered $1.3million payment to a creditor despite knowing the case would make public his affair with...

 

It costs a big pile, $1.8 million an inch, to clear snow from city streets, according to a report released Wednesday. Using the new measure nearly twice the $1...

 

A former City Council member who now serves in the state Assembly was slapped with a $9,000 fine Wednesday over a sweetheart deal he received on a two-bedroom apartment intended...

 

A $1 billion-a-year property-tax break under investigation as part of the federal probe of Albany corruption is up for renewal later this year and affordable-housing advocates are howling. The...

 

He was shocked shocked that Sheldon Silver did anything wrong. The founder of a law firm that paid Silver millions over a dozen years for doing virtually no...

 
 

Headlines for Long Island from Newsday.com

The Salvation Army is offering emergency financial aid over the next four weeks to Long Islanders who have lost jobs since September. The grants - which are being funded by local Wal-Mart and Target d...

 

The president of the Long Island Rail Road is taking steps to reinforce regulations barring unauthorized people from riding in a train engineer's cab, following allegations that a LIRR conductor allow...

 

Since he was a baby, Ed Kelley has spent most summer weekends at the West End 2 area of Jones Beach. Until this year.

 

For the past two weeks, more than 50 companies that use Advantage Payroll Services in Freeport have been calling to "show their displeasure" about the federal minimum wage, which rises 70 ce...

 

Bryant Neal Vinas, who grew up in Patchogue, helped attack a U.S. base and funneled information on the LIRR and subway to al-Qaida.

 

Editors of a Suffolk weekly newspaper, the South Shore Press, said they were just trying to be "bipartisan."

 
 

Local News from The NY Times

Martin Brodeur, who will retire Thursday after a brief stint with the Blues, earned a spot alongside other New York sports icons despite playing across the Hudson River for the Devils.

 

As demand on the system used to dole out affordable apartments has grown, the odds of securing a unit have become daunting ? just one in 2,110.

 

The Times editorial board member Eleanor Randolph reflects on Sheldon Silver?s downfall and what it could mean for New York State politics.

 

Do you have a question you?ve always wanted to ask about meteorology? Now is your chance. Mark W. Wysocki, the New York State climatologist, will answer a selection of readers? questions.

 

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Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to announce that the group leading the city?s campaign has secured $6.5 million in cash and $20 million in pledges.

 

Jonathan Lamberton?s expressive style, an innovative form of interpreting that can be easier for some hearing-impaired people to understand, has created awe and amusement on social media.

 

After describing her experiences with loved ones? mental illnesses, Chirlane McCray announced plans for a review of the problems affecting New Yorkers to help the city address their care.

 

Mr. Silver?s fall from grace as speaker of the New York State Assembly played out over a week of secret deliberations and shifting alliances.

 
 

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