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For NYC landlords, new rules loom on buying tenants out
NEW YORK (AP) -- New York City is poised to rein in landlords seeking to buy tenants out of rent-regulated apartments, a practice that has come under scrutiny in a roaring real-estate market....
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New York reaches deal with Cooper Union, plaintiffs
NEW YORK (AP) -- New York's attorney general announced an agreement Wednesday that would end a lawsuit against Cooper Union and create an independent monitor into the financial management of the college known for its architecture, arts and engineering programs....
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Deadly mosquito-borne virus case is New York's 1st of year
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a central New York resident is the first person in the state and second in the country this year to be diagnosed with a potentially deadly mosquito-borne virus....
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Parents want son with Down syndrome to attend local school
WESTHAMPTON BEACH, N.Y. (AP) -- The parents of a 12-year-old New York boy with Down syndrome are going to federal court to try to force their school district to provide him a local education in a case that experts say happens frequently across the country....
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Chair built for Pope Francis for his Mass in NYC is unveiled
NEW YORK (AP) -- A wooden chair that will be used by Pope Francis when he celebrates Mass at Madison Square Garden was unveiled Wednesday, with church officials saying its simple design reflects the pontiff's wishes....
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NYC expands Public Schools Athletic League
NEW YORK (AP) -- An expansion of New York City's Public Schools Athletic League will emphasize girls' teams and new teams at small schools....
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AP Interview: Rescuer says world must protect antiquities
JERUSALEM (AP) -- A reserve colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps who led an international hunt for looted antiquities from Iraq a decade ago said Wednesday that the West needs to deploy forces to protect Mideast archaeological sites from extremists like the Islamic State group....
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Memorial with forgotten soldier's name unveiled in hometown
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- Seventy years after he was left off his western New York hometown memorial honoring local veterans who served during World War II, Carroll Heath is getting his due....
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LIRR expects normal schedule for evening rush hour
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Long Island Rail Road says riders should expect a normal schedule for this evening's rush hour following a morning of delays caused by signal problems....
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Police: LI man fires pellet gun at construction worker
MERRICK, N.Y. (AP) -- Police on Long Island have arrested a man who allegedly shot a pellet rifle from his window at a construction worker across the street....
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