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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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Many of the teen girls who prosecutors say were sexually abused by a Brooklyn Tech teacher kept in contact him and spoke positively about him even after the alleged attacks,...

 

A woman sued for trashing her ex-lovers new flame reputation online, painting her as a drug-addled tramp, has agreed to pay up and settle the ugly case, The Post has...

 

Theyre inseparable. The Staten Island police chief whose career imploded after he ordered his officers to fix a headlight for Eric Garners mom so she could beat a ticket appeared...

 

The ghost of Rachel Noerdlinger is haunting Al Sharptons National Action Network. The group sent an email invitation to a protest Tuesday from Noerdlingers personal email making it look...

 

A model and actress who has had roles in the movie School of Rock and the TV show Ugly Betty is suing Citibank for $300,000, claiming the financial giant short-changed...

 

Former Colombo crime family capo Tommy Tommy Shots Gioeli might be off the streets – but that doesnt mean he still cant be an earner. The fat mafia veteran is...

 

The city paid out a record $732 million to settle lawsuits in the last fiscal year and the payouts accelerated when Mayor de Blasio took office in January, according...

 
 

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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.

 

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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 comptroller, Scott M. Stringer, said the city has so far been barred from receiving as much as $120 million from the federal government because of an investigation into the Education Department.

 

A mix of rain, sleet and snow in the New York area has slowed traffic, grounded planes and forced many people to change their holiday plans.

 

Those balletomanes who have never quite recovered from Peter Boal?s retirement, 10 years ago, as a principal dancer at New York City Ballet, can throw off the mourning garb. Mr. Boal, who left to beco...

 

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The dispute centers on an unused garbage transfer station on the shore of the East River, which is set to be reopened soon, over residents? objections.

 

After the shooting death of a man in the Louis H. Pink Houses in Brooklyn, the notion of officers patrolling public housing complexes with guns unholstered strikes some as troubling.

 

The snowstorm that pummeled Buffalo and its southern and eastern suburbs last week combined two of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo?s preoccupations: extreme weather and western New York.

 

There were rallies in dozens of cities across the country in response to a grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

 

More than 3,000 high school cheerleaders and marching band musicians have flown in from around the country to promenade in the Macy?s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

 
 

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