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Manufacturing activity rose modestly in New York in June, despite declines in most categories, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Monday. The general business index rebounded from a decline in May that followed three months of improvements,
A lot of new immigrants run afoul of the law in minimal ways because they're not use to things like drunk driving laws or how to pay their bills. Whether you're documented or not, I would say it's very important to understand American culture.
03pm Fresh off last night's primaries, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the campaign arm of House Democrats, sent out to reporters a strategy memo detailing how they intend to take back the seats swiped by the GOP in the 2010 election.
From mobsters to errant politicians via terrorists, spies and common criminals, New York is no stranger to dramatic arrests, but even by the Big Apple's standards the most recent detainee in the custody of US Homeland Security officials this weekend
Caught in the middle of political hot-potato case, The People of the State of New York against Malcolm Harris, Twitter has gone to bat for one of its users. In a move applauded by the American Civil Liberties Union , the information network filed to
The map on which the battle for the House will be fought this fall came into better focus this week with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announcing that it is reserving $32 million worth of ad time in media markets spanning nearly
As a bizarre case of tics plagued around over a dozen teenage girls in a New York district, their doctor has begun to record a cessation of the mystery illness. Dr. Jennifer McVige of Dent Neurologic Institute in Amherst saw 15 cases of
The company has not complied with the subpoena from the New York district attorney's office. Prosecutors have subpoenaed the Twitter records of an Occupy Wall Street protester who was arrested in October during a mass protest on the Brooklyn Bridge.
A person close to a New York City police investigation says a resident suspected of plotting to bomb various targets, including police cars, has been arrested. The person told The Associated Press that the 27-year-old man was
A name change for a police unit, and a focus on trust. One Police Plaza: Weeks before the unsealing of indictments against more than two dozen police officers, 11 of them on charges related to fixing traffic and parking tickets, the matter was raised