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Despite Fears Of Terrorism, NYC Celebrates Thanksgiving At Annual Macy's ParadeCrowds are excited for the tradition, but also aware and extra alert less than two weeks after the terrorist attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead.
Senator: Underwater Landmark Has Racially Offensive NameU.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is pushing to change the racially offensive name that have been attached an underwater rock formation in the Long Island Sound.
Cuomo Blasts De Blasio On Homelessness At Brooklyn Charity EventWhen asked about hunger at a Campaign Against Hunger event in Bed-Stuy, Cuomo turned the conversation to the homelessness issue in New York City.
Emergency Responders Conduct Active-Shooter Drill In Lower Manhattan Subway StationIt's preparation for any potential attacks against the city and was planned before the Paris attacks.
Christie Fires Back At De Blasio Over Syrian Refugee Crisis"Mayor de Blasio should worry more about trying to get something done in the city of New York to make it safer than he should worry about criticizing anybody else," the Republican presidential candidate said.
Mayor De Blasio Honors Correction Officer And FDNY Lieutenant For Acts Of HeroismDuring a ceremony at City Hall, the mayor presented Certificates of Recognition to correction officer Daniel Leites and FDNY lieutenant Adam Vilagos for their acts of heroism.
Bratton On New ISIS Video: 'Be Aware, But Don't Be Afraid'Police Commissioner Bill Bratton reiterated Thursday that the Islamic State video showing images of Times Square appears to have used old footage and there have been no new specific threats.
Search Continues For Driver In Deadly Brooklyn Hit-And-RunPolice identified the victim Thursday as 66-year-old Sofiya Ostrovskaya.
De Blasio: Despite Crime Increase, Subway Riders Still Extremely SafeThe latest year-to-date numbers from the NYPD Transit Bureau show an increase in robberies, felonies and grand larceny crimes from January to mid-November.
Mayor De Blasio Announces Program To Address Homeless ProblemMayor Bill de Blasio has announced a multi-billion dollar program to deal with the city's growing homeless problem.
Syrian Refugee Family In NJ Fears Getting Kicked Out Of CountryOne Syrian family living in New Jersey expresses fear of getting kicked out of the country after Gov. Chris Christie's recent comments on allowing refugees into the United States.
De Blasio Calls Christie 'Embarrassment' For Comment On Syrian RefugeesThe attacks in Paris have Tri-State Area politicians sounding off about what to do about Syrian refugees headed for the United States.
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