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The New York City Metro is the most populous metropolitan area in the United States and the fourth most populous in the world (after Tokyo, Seoul, and Mexico City).

The metropolitan area is defined by the United States Census Bureau as the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), with an estimated population (as of 2005) of 18,747,320. The MSA is further subdivided into four metropolitan divisions. The 23-county metropolitan area includes the seven counties that constitute New York City and Long Island, twelve counties in northern New Jersey, three counties north of New York City in New York State, and one county in northeastern Pennsylvania.

 

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Mayor de Blasio spent the first day of a week-long relocation to The Bronx touting the administration’s accomplishments and investments in the borough ? but a survey of borough residents sho...

 

Hate crimes remain on the rise in the Big Apple so far this year, police officials said Monday. There have been 140 hate crimes in the city since January, compared to 70 in the same time period last y...

 

A celeb-friendly French bistro is prepared to fork over $1.1 million to settle claims it stiffed staffers of overtime and cheated them out of tips ? but still faces a plateful of allegations involving...

 

Gov. Cuomo says he may nix the HOV lanes on the Long Island Expressway — by turning them into bus lanes — to help move commuters who will be displaced by repairs at Penn Station. T...

 

The estranged husband of New York City?s baddest vegan dodged further jail time Monday as a judge sentenced him to five years probation for swiping nearly $1 million from investors and employees. Broo...

 

GALLOWAY, N.J. ? A New Jersey restaurant worker who wrote insults on a police officer?s receipt has been fired. The owner of Romanelli?s Garden Cafe in Galloway took the action after a photo of the re...

 

ALBANY ? Anyone would be able to perform a wedding ceremony in New York State under a bill introduced in Albany granting special, one-day officiating licenses. Assemblywoman Sandra Galef (D-Ossining) ...

 

More Brooklyn cops will start using body cams in June, NYPD officials said Monday. “Next month, [more] officers in Brooklyn will begin wearing the cameras, followed by more precincts in each...

 

The owners of Brooklyn’s famed Peter Luger steakhouse want to stick a fork in a rival restaurant owned by an ex-employee they say is illegally trading on the reputation of their top-rated ea...

 
 

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Despite years of investment and steady improvements, the century-old system may require more than current budgets allow to keep up with its needs.

 

Greenacre Park, an oasis in Midtown, could lose its afternoon sunlight under a city rezoning plan that would allow taller buildings to rise nearby.

 

An editor at the Center for New York City Affairs writes that nearly half of families entering a shelter are separated from their support systems.

 

The Correction Department has added a number of new employees to help with reforms, but many workers are not where the budgets say they should be.

 

Monday: Bird-watching across the boroughs, behind the walls of Rikers Island, and calorie-counting at city restaurants.

 

The governor runs the city?s transit system. He needs to fix it.

 

In a letter, the governor asked the president to provide funding for construction and transportation alternatives for commuters while some tracks are closed for repairs.

 

A boy is beckoned to the hotel lobby by his mother, and told to bring a pen and paper.

 

Students speak out on equality in education.

 

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

 
 

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