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Transit worker stabbed on subway platform in New York City following random altercation

A New York City transit worker is recovering after he was stabbed on a subway platform on Easter Sunday following an altercation. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority conductor was sitting on a bench at the southbound platform for No. 2, 4 and 5 trains at 149th Street and Grand Concourse in the


Nissan Brings Nostalgia To The New York International Auto Show

It’s slick. It’s fast. It’s small. It’s everything drivers want while cruising around Long Island. What’s better than being different? That’s exactly what one Japanese auto maker set out to achieve. It worked.


New York Red Bulls reportedly set to hire former star Thierry Henry as coach

It looks like Thierry Henry is coming back to America. The French legend and World Cup winner is reportedly set to be named head coach of the New York Red Bulls, his former MLS club. The legendary player got into coaching after his terrific playing career ended with his retirement in 2014 after four


MLS Review: Vela leads LAFC rout, New York end winless start

Los Angeles FC continued their flying start to the MLS season with a rout of Seattle Sounders, while New York City won for the first time. Carlos Vela scored a brace as LAFC crushed Seattle 4-1 on Sunday to boost their position atop the Western Conference.


New York Yankees star Aaron Judge sidelines with 'pretty significant strain' - same injury that ended season in 2016

New York Yankees star Aaron Judge was sidelined Saturday with a “pretty significant strain” of his left oblique, team manager Aaron Boone said, and it will be several weeks before the team can even estimate when the slugger will return.


New York Weather: 4/21 Overnight Forecast

Elise Finch reports. Monday will be a touch warmer, with highs nearing 70 in the City, but there will be a bit more in the way of clouds. A weak storm spinning offshore will throw some showers at us, with the best bet for rain east of NYC.


How New York City is preparing for its next big storm

Along New York City’s coastlines, and further inland, fortifications are being built to prevent damage from rising sea levels. Fortifying New York City against storm surge and flooding is not just about preparing for the next Superstorm Sandy, but preparing for a storm that could cause even more dam


I’m breaking up with New York

Columbia ruined New York for me. That might be putting it a bit harshly but it isn’t that far from the truth. After all, I’ve spent two (2) semesters as a columnist complaining about everything Columbia University in the City of New York. In many ways these complaints could also apply to the city Co


Zoe Kravitz shows off legs under hot pink raincoat as she steps out in New York City

Her hit HBO television show Big Little Lies is set to return in just over a month. But Zoe Kravitz was thousands of miles away from the lapping waves of Monterey, California on Saturday as she took to the streets in New York City.


Designer Patrick McGrath Brings New Life to Patricia Herrera Lansing's New York City Home

One could reasonably expect Patricia Herrera Lansing, the creative consultant and society fixture, to reside in a historic prewar building in an apartment that’s spacious, warm, and richly layered—and indeed she does. The fact that it is in Little Italy, tucked behind a graffiti-splashed brick exter


New York Mets ‘keeping a close eye on’ LHP Gio Gonzalez (Report)

Now a former Yankee, Gio Gonzalez is catching heat from the other Big Apple baseball team, the NL East residing New York Mets. Gio Gonzalez is a free man (almost), a free agent (nearly) free to walk the baseball lands. The New York Mets may be interested in changing that active story.


New York Jets: Final 7-Round 2019 NFL mock draft continues quick rebuild

The 2019 NFL Draft is now less than one week away and the New York Jets look to rebuild their franchise with this seven-round mock draft. Last season, the New York Jets made a big trade ahead of the NFL Draft when they jumped from No. 6 to No. 3 overall. That’s not unheard of, but they did so even b


New York Times Sex Columnist Shames Men Who Are Disgusted by Women’s Unkempt Pubic Hair

“You should be so lucky to pick one out of your teeth.”. A feminist gynecologist and New York Times columnist publicly shamed men who express their discomfort with female partners’ unkempt pubic hair.


DC United 0, New York FC 2 | 2019 MLS Match Recap

At long last, New York City FC has their first victory of the 2019 season, as they left Audi Field with a 2-0 win over D.C. United on Easter Sunday. The star of the show was Heber, starting in his first-ever game since arriving in late March from Croatian club HNK Rijeka. He laced hem in the 56th mi


Trump buildings could be forced to go green under sweeping New York City climate bill

President Trump's hometown could make his famous real estate properties go green. A new bill approved by the New York City Council last week will make thousands of large buildings in the city — including those bearing the president's name — comply with strict environmental regulations.


7 Best Free Things to Do in New York City

New York City is the most expensive city in the country. Admission to the viewing deck at the Top of Rock, for example, costs a whopping $36. MoMa will set you back $25. The American Museum of Natural History: $19. But there is a legion of fun and free things to do in the Big Apple too.


The Scoop: New York Performances, CARIFTA, Plus Sydney's 5K

- - - In our first installment of The Scoop this spring, we're back in full force, with a full slate of track and field action across the country. Click in the slideshow, or in the links below, to read more about some of the top performances from around the nation this weekend.


5 mothers sue New York City over mandatory measles vaccine order

Five Brooklyn mothers have sued New York City for ordering mandatory measles vaccinations, accusing Mayor Bill de Blasio of unlawfully targeting Jews with an ‘arbitrary’ state of emergency.


What Spectrum's deal with New York State means for consumers

Charter Communications will begin offering high-speed internet to more rural customers following a preliminary deal announced Friday between the company and New York State regulators. The deal, if granted final approval by the state Public Service Commission, would settle allegations that Charter —


New York Knicks: Steve Mills is already aware of free agent interest

New York Knicks president Steve Mills addressed the notion of players wanting to join the team in the anticipated 2019 free agency. New York Knicks owner James Dolan’s comments on players’ desire to sign with the team raised eyebrows. Rarely does an organization executive make that public statement,