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NYC Schools Open Wednesday; MTA Service Resumes

NYC Schools Open Wednesday; MTA Service Resumes

Travel bans across the tri-state area were lifted Tuesday morning and subways slowly roared back to life, hours after a debilitating winter storm pelted the region with blinding snow and icy winds and forced...

Silver to Step Down As He Loses Democratic Support

Silver to Step Down As He Loses Democratic Support

Sheldon Silver, the longtime leader of the New York state Assembly, agreed to give up the position he has held for 21 years in the wake of federal corruption charges, a top lawmaker announced Tuesday.

Storm Shutdown Was Overkill, Complain NYers

Storm Shutdown Was Overkill, Complain NYers

Politicians are facing backlash over their decisions to shut down streets and transit after business owners and employees say they lost revenue and wages during their forced stay home in what turned out to be a...

Senate Hearings Begin for Loretta Lynch

Senate Hearings Begin for Loretta Lynch

President Barack Obama's attorney general nominee, Loretta Lynch, is facing Senate questioners as she seeks to become the first black woman to hold the nation's top law enforcement job.

Blizzard-Stricken New England Digs Out

Blizzard-Stricken New England Digs Out

New Englanders savaged by a blizzard packing knee-high snowfall and hurricane-force winds began digging out on Wednesday, and a statewide travel ban in Massachusetts was lifted.

NYC's 'Rent Too Damn High' Candidate Facing Eviction

NYC's 'Rent Too Damn High' Candidate Facing Eviction

A New York City man who made his political name over the claim that "the rent is too damn high" may soon not have a place to live.