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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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Republican Sen. Majority Leader John Flanagan has proposed naming the new Tappan Zee Bridge after Democratic Gov. Cuomo?s father. Flanagan?s surprise bill was introduced at the last minute Wednesday n...

 

The Speaker of the State Assembly blasted Republicans for “acting irresponsibly” by not extending mayoral control to the city’s school system. “It is unconscion...

 

Mayor de Blasio says he’s holding out hope that he can maintain his control over city schools before it expires at the end of this month — but he sure didn’t look that co...

 

State lawmakers left the Capitol before midnight on Wednesday without coming to agreement on local taxes necessary to keep government functioning. Not only did they fail to renew mayoral control, legi...

 

The city’s speed camera program is about to accelerate. State legislators voted on late Wednesday to nearly double the city’s speed camera program from 140 to 290 ? most in the vic...

 

Lawmakers walked away from Albany without brokering a deal to keep Mayor de Blasio in control of New York City schools. The failure to reach a deal means the mayor is set to lose control of the city?s...

 

He was expelled from the state Senate for slashing his girlfriend and did time for mail fraud, but Hiram Monserrate was endorsed Wednesday for his City Council run by activist Bertha Lewis. The suppor...

 

The Lower East Side synagogue torched in a May inferno cannot be salvaged, according to shul reps seeking to demolish what remains of the landmark structure. ?Many locations cannot be shored in a safe...

 

Gov. Cuomo will appoint former MTA chief Joe Lhota to head up the agency again, sources said on Wednesday night. “The nomination was passed up today,” said the source. “W...

 

The head of Amtrak told the MTA on Wednesday that it will sue the agency if it fails to cough up rent money for Penn Station. A letter sent from Amtrak CEO Wick Moorman to MTA brass on Wednesday says ...

 
 

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Thursday: A glimpse into a towering task, closing Rikers Island, and My Bronx Story.

 

The photographs of Luis Carle document the hopes, crises and dreams of his generation in the LGBT community, which endured discrimination and AIDS while fighting for acceptance.

 

In a surprise announcement, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo chose Joseph J. Lhota to return as chairman of the authority. The appointment was approved by the State Senate.

 

State lawmakers in both parties had hoped to extend Mayor Bill de Blasio?s authority, but adjourned for the year without an agreement on the nation?s largest public school system.

 

With mayoral control of schools at stake, lawmakers turned their attention to bills dealing with malpractice suits, e-cigarettes and, yes, sparklers.

 

Justice Paul G. Feinman, of the Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court in Manhattan, will take the seat left open by the death of Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam.

 

The governor expunged the crime of a 9/11 volunteer and undocumented immigrant facing removal by the immigration authorities because of a decades-old conviction.

 

An appeals court is set to rule on whether premium, subscriber-based news organizations should have the same protection as a traditional media company.

 

Many coastal towns are creating dog parks on or near the beach, or adding dog-friendly beach hours. Not everyone is happy about it.

 

Wednesday: Tips for Ramadan, L.I.R.R. discounts, and the story behind the subway?s loudspeaker.

 
 

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