Trump Once Fought Measure Requiring Sprinklers In BuildingsThe 50th-floor apartment in Trump Tower where a man was killed in a raging fire did not have sprinklers — a requirement Donald Trump once fought as a powerful real estate developer.
Cecil Taylor, Pioneer Of Free-Jazz Movement, Dead At 89Cecil Taylor, the visionary pianist who revolutionized jazz by launching the free-jazz movement in the late '50s, died Thursday at his home in Brooklyn. He was 89.
UFC Star Conor McGregor Facing Criminal Charges In Bus AttackUltimate fighting star Conor McGregor is facing criminal charges in the wake of a backstage melee he allegedly instigated that has forced the removal of three fights from UFC's biggest card of the year.
NYC And Sacramento Erupt In Protest Over Police Killing Of Stephon ClarkPeople in Sacramento and New York City held protests on Wednesday over the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark.
Google Expansion Plans Helping To Turn NYC Into Tech HubGoogle is reportedly close to a reaching a $2.4 billion deal to add a landmark Meatpacking District building to its already substantial New York campus.
22-Year-Old Man Flies 1,000 Miles To Meet 86-Year-Old 'Words With Friends' PartnerThe 22-year-old flew over 1,000 miles to spend time with his 86-year-old pen pal, who lives in a Florida retirement community.
New York May Offer Road Map To Fix West Coast's Homeless CrisisThe homeless in New York are far less visible on a daily basis than in West Coast cities where the population has exploded over the past couple years, leading several local governments to declare states of emergency.
NYC Truck Attack Suspect Charged With Terrorism OffensesFederal prosecutors brought terrorism charges Wednesday against the Uzbek immigrant accused in the truck rampage that left eight people dead.
Uber: Suspect In NYC Terror Attack Was Driver With Ridesharing Service Bay Area ridesharing giant Uber confirmed late Tuesday night that terror attack suspect Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov was a driver with the app-based service.
NYC Terror Attack: Investigators Scour Driver's BackgroundInvestigators worked Wednesday to determine what led a truck driver to mow down people on a riverfront bike path near the World Trade Center, killing eight people and seriously injuring 11.
NYC Post-Hardcore Heroes Play New Music At Great AmericanOne of the most beloved and influential bands to emerge from the New York scene during the 1990s, reunited post-hardcore greats Quicksand play music from their first new album in over two decades at the Great American Music Hall Friday night.
NAACP Wants Meeting With NFL Commissioner About KaepernickThe NAACP on Wednesday called for a meeting with the NFL to discuss the fate of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who refused to stand for the national anthem to protest police brutality against African-Americans.

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