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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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The Brooklyn teen who was caught on camera kicking a helpless cat through the air like a football finally expressed regret outside court Monday in his first comments about the...

 

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Real estate heir Robert Durst blew off his Manhattan court date on Monday, prompting a judge to issue an arrest warrant. Durst, accused of violating a restraining order to steer...

 

A Columbia University medical student died after falling into the water during a kayaking accident in upstate New York. Brooklyn native Jonathan Tang, 24, was kayaking on Stewarts Pond in...

 

WASHINGTON Rep. Gregory Meeks got bumped from a taxpayer-funded trip to northern Iraq because his travel companion and fellow lawmaker had been banned from the country. They did not...

 

The parents of two Queens students who say they were abused by their science teacher have joined a lawsuit to overturn New Yorks tenure laws. Laurie Townsend and Christine Grendeau...

 
 

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The United States attorney?s office expressed concern about New York City?s commitment to making changes at the jail, where violence against inmates, particularly adolescents, has been documented.

 

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An outdoor exhibit on the walls of a Little Italy landmark features a local photographer?s then-and-now images spanning 75 years.

 

Mayor Bill de Blasio took a quick trip to Pittsburgh with his press secretary, Phil Walzak, that included baseball, beer and a performance by a Johnny Cash cover band.

 

As part of a course titled ?History of the City of New York,? Professor Kenneth T. Jackson, 75, and 200 Columbia University students take an all-night bike ride, pedaling by New York City landmarks an...

 

A video featuring the terminally ill father of Amir Hekmati, who has been incarcerated for three years, was released near the opening of the United Nations General Assembly.

 

The People?s Climate March in Manhattan was a spectacle even for a city known for doing things big, and it was joined, in solidarity, by demonstrations on Sunday across the globe, from Paris to Papua ...

 

Gladys Carrión, commissioner of the New York City Administration for Children’s Services, responds to an article criticizing her agency’s handling of a case.

 
 

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