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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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New Yorkers got a tragic reminder Tuesday of the daily dangers firefighters face keeping this city safe: Battalion Chief Michael Fahy lost his life in a Bronx explosion ? the first FDNY line-of-servic...


A Brooklyn federal judge ? who admitted he doesn?t do social media ? was all frowny faced ?sorry? emoji Tuesday as he apologized to a group of Facebook lawyers for losing his cool with one of their co...


Gov. Cuomo will set aside hefty campaign contributions tainted by the latest Albany corruption scandal so they can be seized by the feds, the head of the state Democratic Party said Tuesday evening. T...


A smitten Department of Motor Vehicles worker took customer service too far. Peter Grosetto was busted Tuesday after obtaining the phone number of a female customer from the DMV database and asking he...


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The NYPD cop charged with murder in an off-duty, road-rage incident is headed to jail because he can’t raise the $500,000 bail set by a judge who ruled him a “flight risk&#8221...


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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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In his debate with Hillary Clinton, Mr. Trump uttered elaborate fiction about a tactic still used by the New York Police Department.


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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo presented a plan that would create a train hall in the James A. Farley Building on the west side of Eighth Avenue by 2020, while renovating the passageways at Penn Station.


Monday night, Mrs. Clinton displayed her preparedness and her quick wit, her affection for granular policy detail and her eagerness to throw flames and flip the script on Donald J. Trump.


When Louis Faurer highlighted the liveliness and sorrow of Manhattan, he rarely looked at the skyline. To him, the city’s essence was in the details he found on its teeming streets.


The initiative, which applies to New York City public school students, is part of an effort by the city to encourage more young people to go to college.


A bill backed by a majority on the City Council would aid low-income residents who are outmatched in Housing Court.


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