Prosecutor Says a Ring Tried to Monopolize Towing in New York

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Congresswoman Says Many Mass Murderers ‘End Up Being Democrats’

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Judge Rejects Bail for Bomb-Making Suspect

Judge Rejects Bail for Bomb-Making Suspect Text messages show that the suspect, a former charter schoolteacher, considered buying a police

A Murder, a Conviction, and a Never-Ending Case

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Ice Rink or Pool? On a 78-Degree Winter Day, It Was Hard to Tell

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Character Study: Dancing Saved Her Life. Twice

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Neighborhood Joint: Where the Gamers Go

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A Clubby French Bistro Ruffles Uptown Social Feathers

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Yesterday In Styles: 1999: When Smokers in New York Made Their Last Stand

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Out With the Old Building, in With the New for JPMorgan Chase

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After Nearly 15 Years, a Brooklyn Murder Case Could Return to Court

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This Is What a $90,000 ‘Low-Show Job’ Looks Like in Albany

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Raffle Off an AR-15? A N.Y. Fire Department Reconsiders

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