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Sheldon Silver, Disgraced Assembly Speaker, Is Sent Back to Prison
Sheldon Silver, who dominated New York State politics for years as the Democratic Assembly speaker before being convicted on federal corruption charges, was ordered back to prison on Thursday, according to two law enforcement officials with knowledge of the matter.
Emergency Grants for New York City Artists With Disabilities
The tulips are blooming, Broadway is coming back and the slowing of the pandemic in America seems to be in sight.
De Blasio hits back at Cuomo over NYC subway safety
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday insisted New York City's subways are safe - taking a dig at Gov. Andrew Cuomo for suggesting he wouldn't let his kids ride and accusing his rival of denigrating the NYPD.
In New York, a Wait-and-See Attitude Even With a Reopening
Businesses will begin to reopen in weeks, but in residential buildings, no one seems quite ready to abandon pandemic protocols.
Mayor's 'Summer of New York City' to get added color with introduction of New Deal-style arts program | amNewYork
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2 Men Charged in Killing of 1-Year-Old Boy at Brooklyn Cookout
Investigators believe the men charged in the death of Davell Gardner, the city's youngest gun violence victim last year, were part of a deadly feud between gangs in Brooklyn, police have said.
Lucinda Franks Dies at 74; Prize-Winning Journalist Broke Molds
She avoided covering beauty pageants by going to Northern Ireland on her own and was later the first woman to win a Pulitzer for national reporting.
New York City plans a $25 million program to put artists back to work.
New York City is launching a new program to provide funding to artists for public works, an effort to lend financial support to artists whose income plummeted during the pandemic and who have clamored for government relief, officials announced on Thursday.
How a $180 Million Parking Lot Could Change N.Y.C.'s Historic Character
Will a skyscraper at the South Street Seaport set a precedent for development in historic districts?
Stringer Tries to Keep Campaign Afloat After Sex-Assault Allegation
While Scott M. Stringer, the New York City comptroller, has lost crucial supporters in his drive to become mayor, other backers have stood by him.