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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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Im shocked by one aspect of the story of the guy selling $30 hot dogs to tourists near the World Trade Center shocked that he was fired. Who knew...

 

Metro-North train service in and out of Grand Central was snarled Friday morning as authorities investigated a suspicious package, police sources said.

 

A luxury car dealer is suing a longtime customer for trash-talking the firm online because the client claimed the dealer cheated him out of a potential $480,000 profit on...

 

Fifty-one cops injured in the line of duty were honored with plaques Thursday by their PBA peers. Among the honorees was Officer Dennis Guerra, who died responding to an arson...

 

He got criticized for hitting the road, so now hes fixing it. Dressed like a road repair worker and sporting a hardhat, jeans and work boots, Mayor Bill de Blasio...

 

So much for transparency. Mayor de Blasio hired a new press secretary on Thursday and one of her first acts was to delete her personal Twitter account. Public-relations veteran Karen...

 
 

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."

 
 

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The former fashion magazine editor, is putting her own mark on a long-held family house.

 

At this vantage, he feels right at home with the grit of the city.

 

In her “A Further Shore” series, the photographer Susannah Ray documents the many ways that those who live in the city connect with its waterways.

 

The New York City mayor’s decline in public approval may stem from his demeanor more than his policies.

 

The collection of the New York City Fire Museum contains artifacts like leather buckets that were key equipment until the early 1800s, and inscribed horns used for parades and to drink beer from.

 

Ms. Mills and her boyfriend, Christian Busch, TriBeCa residents, start the day with croissants and jam and finish it with a Netflix movie.

 

In a city of change, some small, beloved local establishments, like an ices stand in Queens and a place to buy octopus in Brooklyn, endure.

 

A guide to cultural and recreational events on Long Island.

 

A businessman banking on a love of nostalgia recently reopened the country?s last orange-roofed HoJo?s in the Adirondack town, evoking warm stories of the past among many local residents.

 

Metropolitan Diary: A disheveled woman spreads her religious message to passengers, joining at one point with a mariachi band.

 
 

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