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A series of votes taken by David Samson as a Port Authority commissioner have raised ethical questions because they appear to benefit clients of his private law firm.
The tax, which has been approved by voters five times since 1987, is intended to go toward protecting Long Island’s drinking water supply. The tax has raised about $1.5 billion to date.
In his most extensive comments, the father of Newtown gunman Adam Lanza said what his son did couldn’t “get any more evil” and he now wishes his son had never been born.
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Nearly all of the animal statues and sculptures inside the hospital’s Sobriety and Pediatric Garden were beheaded or damaged.
Kareem Granton was found Monday morning at the Union Square subway station after someone spotted him in the subway and notified police.
The entrance ramp to the northbound Tappan Zee Bridge from Route 9 is closing Monday for four years to facilitate construction on the new bridge.
Lawsuits are being filed this week over Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to move charter school students out of public school space.
The 69-year-old developer and major political donor was in his Mercedes-Benz in the Gold Coast estate’s parking lot when a masked gunman shot him once in the head on Feb. 24.
A western New York man convicted of terrorism charges a decade ago testified Monday that he met Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law when he first in Afghanistan intending to join al Qaeda.
The railroad said it happened at 12:54 a.m. Monday at Park Avenue and East 106th Street.
A New Jersey legislative committee has again been rebuffed by officials from NJ TRANSIT and the NFL as the panel probes what caused massive train delays after last month’s Super Bowl.
Those donating to public schools, school districts, teacher projects and scholarships would be eligible for the Education Investment Tax Credit under the proposal. The cardinal said the governor is on board.
West 97th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway was renamed “Ariel Russo Place” on Monday.
The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act, co-sponsored by Rep. Michael Grimm, R-Staten Island, would cap yearly premium increases at 18 percent.