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How developers are selling Manhattanites on luxury — in Queens
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New Yorkers Living With HIV On A Mission To Educate The Public
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New Yorkers Clash During Protests Over Crisis In The Middle East
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How President Biden's UI comments could impact New Yorkers
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Miracle League of WNY asking for help after facility vandalized
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New Yorkers Worry Surging Gun Violence Will Impact Tourism, Local Businesses
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NYC Modifies COVID Vaccine Distribution Strategy
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New Yorkers Hold Rallies In Solidarity With Protesters In Colombia
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Exclusive: Man Sucker-Punched At Fulton Center Subway Station
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New Yorkers Frustrated With Illegal ATV, Dirt Bike Riders
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WNY NFL Draft hopefuls
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New York Launching New Push To Get Younger Residents Vaccinated
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Mayor de Blasio says he plans to 'fully reopen' NYC on July 1
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'The summer of New York City': Mayor plans July 1 reopening
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New Yorkers experience issues reapplying for unemployment
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Catholic Charities Hosts Pop-Up Food Distribution In The Bronx
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Mr. & Mrs. Met Hand Out Free Masks To Commuters
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New Yorkers Say Mayor Bill De Blasio Seems More Relaxed
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16 Mass Vaccination Sites In New York State Will Accept Walk-In Appointments For Anyone Over Age 60
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Families Of New Yorkers With Developmental Disabilities Call For COVID Restrictions To Be Eased
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New York is Waking From a Nap! Public Transit Use at Highest Rate in Over a Year
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New Yorkers Take To The Streets After Chauvin Verdict
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New Yorkers Across City Call For Continued Justice After Derek Chauvin's Conviction
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New Yorkers React As Derek Chauvin Is Found Guilty In George Floyd's Death
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Critical piece of Sept. 11 history set to be sold to Indonesia
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