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A bill that protects against free speech-chilling lawsuits by strengthening New York's anti-Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPP) law, was announced on Thursday by a Manhattan state senator in a rainy Times Square this morning.

A preliminary analysis compiled by the New York City Council shows that Latino city workers make $8,700 less on average a year than their non-Latino counterparts.

Take a self-guided, socially-distant food crawl of Chinatown while helping revitalize the neighborhood's businesses that were affected by the pandemic.

New York state eclipsed another record for COVID-19 testing on Wednesday, when close to 170,000 results were reported, according to Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Six arrested for alleged roles in designer goods heists at JFK Airport

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With spikes in COVID-19 infection rates hitting New Jersey and Connecticut, Governor Andrew Cuomo, while offering support, said tentatively on Tuesday that travel between the three should be avoided if possible.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez () rallies the crowd at the : "Last year we br #WomensMarch2019ught  the power to the polls and this year we need to make sure that we translate that power into policies"

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Starting tomorrow, you can actually have breakfast at Tiffany's

51 years ago, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. sent shock waves around the world #MLK 

Today's #MeTooRallyNYC  will bring together sexual harassment survivors

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Traffic alert: The #PuertoRicanDayParade  will shut down dozens of streets in Manhattan today.

Schumer urges Congress to protect consumer web privacy

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