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The art of giving back: Painter buys unknown artists' works
After two decades of hard work, New York artist Guy Stanley Philoche planned to celebrate the success of his two-day sold-out show at Cavalier Gallery a year ago by buying a $15,000 watch.
US eases restrictions on Iranian diplomats' movements in New York
The United States said it was easing draconian restrictions imposed by Donald Trump’s administration on movements of Iranian diplomats accredited at the United Nations, headquartered in New York City, as part of a bid to reduce tensions.
Mayor acknowledges racial disparities in New York City COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Vaccination demographic information released Sunday by New York City reveals disparities and inequities Mayor Bill de Blasio blasted as unacceptable while also attempting to explain them.
New York reports 15 cases of rare illness in children possibly linked to coronavirus
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has reported 15 cases of a rare but potentially lethal inflammatory syndrome in children that may be linked to coronavirus infections.
New York allows clerks to perform weddings by video conference
New York is adjusting to the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic even for some of its most time-honored traditions.
He smiled to comfort his COVID-19 patient, then realized his mask was leaking
Sam remembers the moment he realized he could no longer smile at patients. He was helping a nervous man suffering from COVID-19 at the New York City hospital where he works as a nurse. The patient cracked a joke, and Sam laughed. Then he felt air in his eye.
NY mayor begs for more aid as jobs data confirms economic carnage
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio pleaded with the US government for more help in expectation of a surge in COVID-19 cases next week, as new statistics emerged confirming that hundreds of thousands of people across the country have lost their jobs.
NYC teachers 'furious' over de Blasio's policy to keep schools open
New York City is one of the few large school districts left in the country that has yet to cancel classes due to the coronavirus outbreak and the teachers that run the classroom say they’re “furious,” according to Facebook posts and statements from the teachers themselves.
New York’s major cultural institutions close in response to coronavirus
Several of New York’s largest and most prestigious cultural institutions – including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall and the New York Philharmonic – announced that they would temporarily shut down in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
New York judge sentences former film producer Weinstein to 23 years in prison
Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison on Wednesday following his sexual assault and rape conviction last month in a case hailed as a victory for the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct.
Five injured in New York stabbing at rabbi's house
An attacker stabbed five people at a rabbi’s home in the US state of New York, a Jewish group said.
US secretly expelled two Chinese diplomats: Report
The United States secretly expelled two Chinese embassy officials in September after they drove onto a sensitive military base in Virginia, The New York Times reported Sunday.
New York City wrestles with surge of violent police clashes
A surge in violent police clashes has left a trail of bodies across New York City, stoking tensions between officers and critics who say they have been too quick to use deadly force.
Painting stolen by Nazis found at New York Canajoharie museum
A painting stolen by the Nazis in the 1930s was found in the collection of Canajoharie's Arkell Museum in New York and recovered by federal agents, authorities said.

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