New York City

Brooklyn's Fort Greene Park in the fall.
Some neighbors of parks getting a makeover think it will do more harm than good.
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“Technology can help us by identifying places for us to refer people to, specifically where they are and when they are open. ... We’re trying to use technology to better connect people.” - Mitchell Katz, president of NYC Health + Hospitals.
Experts diagnose the progress of health care in New York.
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The Blue Origin launch vehicle production facility, founded by Jeff Bezos, is located near the entrance to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida.
With continued expansions in New York underway, Bezos has made it clear that he has not given up on the city.
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Rudolph Giuliani enjoying his mayoral win in 1993.
He saw a city desperate for change and exploited its fears.
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Democratic Socialists at the New York City Women's March on Jan. 21, 2017.
Four legislative races in Brooklyn will test Democratic Socialists’ appeal to working class voters of color.
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New York City Councilman Fernando Cabrera.
The centrist Bronx pastor is running in the Democratic primary.
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A NYPD officer.
Why isn’t the sergeants union trying to take credit for New York City’s safety?
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Ash covers an emergency vehicle as it lies near the area known as Ground Zero, following the collapse of the Twin Towers.
Students and teachers near ground zero were exposed to toxins. They’re only being told now.
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A helicopter on the Pier 6 helipad in Lower Manhattan.
Climate activists thought car emissions were bad but these helicopters are another story.
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A New York City Council town hall meeting.
Bike lanes and homeless shelters definitely rile up passionate New Yorkers.
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