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The suspect was shot in the chest and was pronounced dead at a hospital, police said.
Reduce, reuse and recycle at your local grocery store, coffee shop and salad chain.
Find festivities this Monday and beyond.
The actions following the mayor's health emergency declaration on April 9.
Slutman, who is survived by his wife and three young daughters, served with Ladder Company 27 in the South Bronx.
City Council legislation also mandates the city's largest buildings curb their greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030.
To qualify for $4M in tax incentives, Neflix must create 127 jobs by 2024 and retain those jobs for another five years.
Producer Karen Gravano implied the backlash impacted the network's decision to pull the show. "Why put it out there when they're not understanding?"
A New Jersey man carried cans of gas and lighter fluid into St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan on Wednesday night and was arrested after church security stopped him, the NYPD said.
That's 19.8 million people. Give or take.
Lawmakers are looking to draft guidelines for how these systems collect and use data.
The stunning new Broadway musical may very well become the next big hit.
The directive was celebrated by advocates and immigrant families as a groundbreaking rule change, believed to be the first of its kind in the country.
And next up: A collaboration with Jordan Peele.
Sip on a cocktail and enjoy the sunshine at these outdoor restaurants.
See works and artifacts from Gertrude Stein, Alice Walker, Walt Whitman, Harvey Milk and others before they get auctioned off.
City Council members question who is served by the highly subsidized network of boats.
When she was a child, director Vivian Vázquez Irizarry witnessed the devastation that destroyed more than 97 percent of buildings in several Bronx census tracts.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the State's Higher Education Services Corporation will shoulder the cost until next year's budget is approved.