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How to Protect Manhattan from Climate Change? Make It Bigger

Mayor de Blasio proposed a $10 billion plan to build a huge berm at the bottom of Manhattan to protect the financial district from rising sea levels.

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Trump Can Be Sued for Defamation by Summer Zervos, ‘Apprentice’ Contestant, Court Rules

In a split decision, an appellate panel of the New York State Supreme Court ruled that a lawsuit against the president can proceed.

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Vivian Cherry, Socially Aware Street Photographer, Dies at 98

Ms. Cherry was originally a dancer, but she abandoned the “fantasy world” of dance as a young woman to document the reality of life in New York.

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Sandy Hook Massacre: Remington and Other Gun Companies Lose Major Ruling Over Liability

The decision represents a significant development in the long-running battle between gun control advocates and the gun lobby.

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A Look at 5 High-Profile Mob Hits Before the Frank Cali Slaying

It had been decades since a mob boss had been killed in New York, until Wednesday. In other famous slayings of mob bosses, the cases often went unsolved.

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Frank Cali, the Slain Gambino Boss, Was a ‘Ghost’ Who Avoided the Limelight

Known as Frank, Mr. Cali kept a low profile, yet he met the same bloody fate as many of his predecessors on Wednesday night, gunned down in the street.

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The Police Department said it was investigating a profane slur and swastika that were drawn on a photo of Justice Ginsburg on a subway poster.

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The Latest Target of Anti-Semitic Graffiti in New York? Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The Police Department said it was investigating a profane slur and swastika that were drawn on a photo of Justice Ginsburg on a subway poster.

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Hungry City: Korean Bounty, Born From Poverty, in Flushing, Queens

At Doraon 1.5 Dak Galbi, the spicy chicken stir-fry, prepared at the table, has its own luxury: the sheer abundance of it heaped in the pan.

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The neighborhood offers the kind of privacy that has appealed to mob bosses, and is where crucial scenes in “The Godfather” were shot.

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To buy a median-priced home in one of the 50 largest American cities, you’ll need a certain annual income — which can vary dramatically.

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This week’s properties are in Tudor City, Greenwich Village and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

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This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Bayport, N.Y. and a six-bedroom in Westport, Conn.

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Todt Hill on Staten Island: A Serene Neighborhood With Mob Infamy

The neighborhood offers the kind of privacy that has appealed to mob bosses, and is where crucial scenes in “The Godfather” were shot.

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The Hunt: First Stop: Second Avenue

A Majorcan shoemaker arrives in New York and finds more value for her dollar in Murray Hill, where the Empire State Building welcomes her home every day.

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Lens: What’s the Opposite of a Cellphone Photo?

Walking around Prospect Park with a 100 pounds of gear, including a boxy 8 by 10 camera, Bruce Polin collaborated with strangers to make idyllic portraits of their outings.

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Francesco Cali, Reputed Gambino Crime Boss, Shot and Killed on Staten Island

The police said Mr. Cali had suffered multiple gunshot wounds, and there were reports of a blue pickup truck leaving the scene of the shooting.

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After Claiming Ethnic Profiling, 2 Accused of Being Bonanno Mobsters Are Acquitted

The jury did not agree with the charges that Joseph Cammarano Jr. and John Zancocchio are the acting boss and consigliere of the Bonanno crime family.

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