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New York Task Force 1 search and rescue teams prepares to depart for Haiti.
Soon after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on
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Public school teachers have constitutional rights to wear political buttons while in school, according to the United Federation of Teachers. But not according to the United
Forty-nine states in this country recognize "no fault" divorce or allow divorce for "irreconcilable differences." Only New York requires that one party in all contested divorces establish that the other
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In the city of parades, the chain of events sparked by the parade that was like no other may finally be ending -- nine years later. The
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The state's highest court cleared up a dispute about rent hikes at Peter Cooper Village.
Can New York landlords terminate rent stabilization while receiving tax benefits from the city?
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This is one in a series, to run between now and Election Day, examining Mayor Michael Bloomberg's record in key areas. For more on the mayor's
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The mere mention or even the thought of divorce often sets off a race to the bank with each spouse trying to get hold of assets ahead
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Refusing to hire, discharging or in any other way discriminating against a victim of domestic violence in the workplace now violates New York State law. Being a victim
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"Your aged parents or your home" is not a choice anyone would want to face, especially when your parents are 78 and 80, and your New York apartment