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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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Underdog Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino on Wednesday called for dramatically slashing the state income tax rate, while also proposing to eliminate some tax credits, including for the ...

 

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Barry Kamins will resign under an agreement with the state Commission on Judicial Conduct made public Wednesday — just two months after he was demoted followin...

 

Former Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, a champion of NYPD stop-and-frisk tactics that were found unconstitutional, on Tuesday blasted Mayor de Blasios decision to drop the citys appeal of that ruling.....

 

Organizers of a massive rally demanding bold transformational change for struggling public schools released figures Tuesday showing that large swaths of poor neighborhoods are lined with failing schoo...

 

City Comptroller Scott Stringer says he has been wrongly iced out of his mandated oversight role by Mayor deBlasios new plan for living-wage benefits and is calling on the...

 

Cardinal Timothy Dolan held his annual blessing of the animals at St. Patricks Cathedral on Tuesday and quipped that the late Staten Island groundhog could have used some extra...

 

The MTA is about to get socked with a federal lawsuit for refusing to run ads on city buses that attack Islamic fundamentalists. Political activist Pam Geller plans to file...

 

This gas cost a city worker more than $100 a gallon. James Meloy, an air-pollution inspector with the Department of Environmental Protection, has agreed to a one-month suspension that will...

 
 

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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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Assemblyman William Scarborough, a Democrat, was arrested and accused of stealing at least $40,000 from New York State?s reimbursement system, as well as misusing campaign money.

 

The travel firm Tauck will offer a ?Roosevelts?-themed event in New York City featuring filmmaker Ken Burns and a tour of a Roosevelt home.

 

An innovative business brings new meaning to the idea of local food by raising tilapia, salmon and year-round greens in the Hudson Valley.

 

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An agreement seeks to resolve a lawsuit accusing the city of failing to prepare to help shelter, transport and evacuate disabled residents for a tropical storm.

 

An experiment is ended because its continuation would require a 14 percent increase in premiums for 25,000 members.

 

Starting next year, landlords who run afoul of an anti-harassment law will face public exposure on the Department of Housing Preservation and Development website.

 

Preet Bharara, the top federal prosecutor in Manhattan whose office highlighted violence against teenage inmates at the jail, said he would sue New York City, if necessary, to force reform.

 

New York City’s assessments of schools will replace single-letter grades with more complex reports that Chancellor Carmen Fariña called “more transparent.”

 

Judi Kende of Enterprise Community Partners discusses New York City’s plan to make rent-regulated and public housing more energy efficient.

 
 

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