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New York Today: Goodbye, Week

New York Today: Goodbye, Week
Holly Fallon, left, whose stage name is Dollicious, and Miriam Hintz, who goes by Haru, in the lower courtyard of the Javits Convention Center last Friday at New York Comic Con. Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times. Updated 10:23 a.m.. Good morning on …
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2 Stabbed in Bronx, 1 With Machete: Police
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Why You Shouldn't Mourn the Passing of the New York Times Chess Column
“This is the final chess column to run in The New York Times.” That succinct sentence was appended below Dylan Loeb McClain's column this past Sunday, which dutifully summarized the results of a major tournament in Baku, Azerbaijan. McClain's final two …
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Cuomo Signs Bill Making Yogurt Official New York State Snack
ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – All kidding aside, New York now has an official state snack, and it is yogurt. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law Wednesday that gives the dairy product official distinction as the state snack. “This designation is …
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Washington, D.C., beats out San Francisco and New York as priciest city in the

Washington, D.C., beats out San Francisco and New York as priciest city in the
Compared with Washington, D.C., living in New York City is a bargain. The nation's capital is the most expensive city in the country to live in, with residents forking over an average of $ 25,000 a year for housing and utilities, a study released Monday …
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New York Comic-Con 2014 Cosplay Blowout
This year was the biggest ever for New York Comic-Con, and even more folks than ever showed up at the Javits Center decked out as their favorite characters. From standbys like Superman and Wolverine to newcomers like Olaf the snowman (Frozen), this …
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In an upset, downtown leads Manhattan in rent rises
"New York has had the same collection of high-end department stores for years," said Andrew Goldberg, a retail broker at CBRE. "We've had the same eight [stores] for years, and now in one year we are getting four more." They include Neiman Marcus and …
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Supreme Court Allows Texas Abortion Clinics to Stay Open
Those in the El Paso area, Mr. Abbott continued, could obtain abortions across the state line in New Mexico. The appeals court, drawing on the Supreme Court's last major abortion decision, said the law's challengers had not shown that a “large fraction …
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It's more expensive to live in DC than New York, study says

It's more expensive to live in DC than New York, study says
Updated at 8:10 p.m. to include additional information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Washington region ranks as the most expensive place to live in the country, ahead of the pricey markets of New York and San Francisco, according to a …
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Romney Calls Cuomo 'Typical Corrupt New York Politician'
Mitt Romney on Monday issued a fundraising appeal for New York gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino, calling Gov. Andrew Cuomo “a typical corrupt New York politician.” The 2012 GOP presidential nominee has joined the ranks of other prominent …
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Dee Milliner has torn Achilles
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The New York Jets' beleaguered secondary took a big hit Monday, with the confirmation that cornerback Dee Milliner has a torn Achilles tendon and will be lost for the remainder of the season. Milliner, the ninth overall draft pick …
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At New York Comic Con, Growing Pains Come With the Crowds
The organizer of New York Comic Con says it has found a way to pack more people into an already packed show. The event, which celebrates the crossroads of comic books and pop culture, draws such huge crowds that the 151,000 tickets sold out in hours …
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Miles of Steam Pipes Snake Beneath New York
This episode of “Living City,” a video series about New York's infrastructure, looks at the history of the city's steam system and explores how a technology that eliminated chimneys from the skyline in the early 20th century is helping reduce carbon …
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New York Today: Glimpse the Hidden City
You can thank the 12th annual Open House New York Weekend for more than 300 behind-the-facade visits. Gregory Wessner, the executive director of Open House New York, said the visits are intended to reveal “how important architecture and urban design …
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Amazon Shops for Real Estate in New York City

Amazon Shops for Real Estate in New York City
The two retail outlets in the building, a Mango and an Express store, recently signed new leases. Juliana Ochoa, store manager at the Mango store, said the retailer had no plans to move out of its space. “I've never heard of Amazon coming here,” she said.
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Inside Edge: Giants-Eagles
And yet, even before he managed four interceptions in the two losses that opened the regular season, Manning interrupted a dreadful preseason to tell his old man he should ignore all those commentators and fans wondering if the New York Giants' …
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2 Children Among 4 Found Dead in Home in Upstate New York
The police released few details about what they described as a quadruple homicide in Guilderland, N.Y. The bodies were found on Wednesday after a phone call requesting emergency help. Credit Patrick Dodson/The Daily Gazette, via Associated Press.
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Hilton selling the Waldorf Astoria New York for .95 billion
According to the Associated Press, Hilton Worldwide is selling the Waldorf Astoria New York to Chinese insurance company Anbang Insurance Group Co. for $ 1.95 billion. Hilton will continue to manage the storied hotel for the next 100 years as part of an …
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New York City Council Passes Bill Lowering the Speed Limit on Most Streets
It has taken 50 years, but New York City is reducing the maximum speed on most of its streets to the limit that existed when Checker cabs were in vogue. On Tuesday, the City Council approved a bill that would reduce the maximum speed for cars, trucks …
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17 Charter Schools Approved for New York City, Expanding a Polarizing Network
The state approved 17 new charter schools for New York City on Wednesday, substantially increasing the size of one of the city's largest and most polarizing charter networks, Success Academy, and setting up a battle over where the schools will be located.
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Century-Old Time Capsule Unsealed in New York
A century-old time capsule, filled mostly with documents by long-gone Wall Street businessmen celebrating New York as a commercial hub, was unsealed Wednesday. Spectators at the New-York Historical Society gathered around the mysterious bronze box …
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New York Dominates 2014 List of America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes
I'm a staff writer at Forbes covering real estate: from ultra-luxury homes to foreclosures to the people making the deals happen. Until recently, I was a member of our Forbes wealth team, crunching numbers for our Forbes 400 and World's Billionaires lists.
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New York Hospitals Prep for Ebola
Public and private hospitals around New York are quietly conducting Ebola drills, sending fake patients to test emergency-room staff in the proper methods to identify and safely isolate a person suspected of having the virus. Key to the protocol is one …
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