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Score another win for Gov. Andrew Cuomo in his ongoing war with the Working Families Party. Public Advocate Letitia James — who was first elected to the City Council just on the Working Families Party line — won’t be seeking its ballot line when she runs for state attorney general, her...

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A Cook County judge has denied a bid by city of Chicago lawyers to hold separate civil trials over the 2015 police shooting of a bat-carrying teen and an innocent bystander. The lawsuits stemming from Officer Robert Rialmo’s shooting of 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier and Bettie Jones, 55,...

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The Tatiana Wagnerova team at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has ranked as the No. 4 affiliated large team (four-plus members) in the company based on total gross commission income for 2017. The team, which is in Hoboken, also ranked No. 12 for total units sold. MLCVB wins advertising award...

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A 1916 colonnaded home in Kansas City, a midcentury-modern house in Atlanta and a riverfront home in New Hope.

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A 1916 colonnaded home in Kansas City, Mo.; a midcentury-modern house in Atlanta; and a riverfront home in New Hope, Pa.

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RoseAnn Trezza, the executive director of Associated Humane Societies in Newark, will be able to return to her previous job at the shelter after a two-year probation as part of a plea deal that dismissed all 16 counts of animal cruelty against her. The head of a Newark animal shelter who...

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola avoided backing Gabriel Jesus to start over Roberto Firmino as Brazil's No. 1 striker at the World Cup

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CBS has just released a statement following Pauley Perrette‘s shocking tweets about her allegedly horrific experience on the set of NCIS. Days after the actress tweeted that she’s endured “multiple assaults” over the years, and was forced to stay silent by a “very rich, very powerful...

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Developers are seeking $100 million in damages following a settlement paid to the city to develop a parcel of oceanfront property along the boardwalk.

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Although he was a Depression-era son of the South, Tom Wolfe was a consummate New Yorker. He lived there his entire adult life, and could often be seen walking on the Upper East Side in ice cream suits, an occasional gilt-tipped walking cane glinting in the sun. He was the city’s most...

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