Saipov was arrested after being shot in the abdomen by a police officer shortly after the crash. Saipov also asked during his interview with authorities if he could display the ISIS flag in his hospital room after the attack.
The United States comprises several different regions, each with its own rich history and cultural identity. Woodard mapped out the regions in his 2012 book "American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America.
Like countless others headed to work on Tuesday morning, Andy Byford stood wearing a backpack on a crowded subway platform at Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan waiting for a No. 4 train to arrive.
Nothing like a bit of hilarity to start the day. Or so it seemed: the chortle of an unseen man in a subway station, the humor that provoked it a mystery, out of earshot of a passing commuter. There was a pause, then the sound restarted. And again.
Lawyers for the Uzbek man charged in the truck attack on a crowded Manhattan bike path that killed eight people on Halloween said on Wednesday that their client would plead guilty and accept life imprisonment without parole if prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s plan to charge drivers in Manhattan’s most congested neighborhoods finally began to take shape in his budget address on Tuesday, five months after he publicly embraced the idea.
The sequence of words is meaningless: a random array strung together by an algorithm let loose in an English dictionary. What makes them valuable is that they’ve been generated exclusively for me, by a software tool called MetaMask. In the lingo of cryptography, they’re known as my seed phrase.
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday unveiled a $168 billion spending plan that he said held echoes of the darkest days of the recession, necessitating a raft of ideas to raise revenue and counter a new federal tax plan that he warned could devastate some taxpayers.
HERE are a few tips to avoid local wrath and make the most of your visit to the greatest city in the world. I wouldn’t expect you to come to NYC without braving Times Square’s Menacing Elmos or taking a selfie on top of the Empire State Building.
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Deep in the bowels of a 134-year-old military fort on a tiny spit of land that can barely still be considered part of New York City, ferry boat captains make weekly visits to brush up on their nautical skills.
The NYC Department Of Education announced yesterday that almost 4,000 high school students took an AP Computer Science exam in the school year that ended in June. This news was part of a larger announcement that total NYC students taking AP exams increased 7.5% last year to almost 50,000.
The New York City Municipal Archives just released a database of over 870,000 photos from its collection of more than 2.2 million images of New York throughout the 20th century. Their subjects include daily life, construction, crime, city business, aerial photographs, and more.
The ramen belt, once tightly buckled around the East Village, now loops from Fort Lee, N.J., to Queens and Brooklyn. Following are my picks for New York’s most delicious ramens, ranked in descending order. All outlets are open for lunch and dinner unless otherwise noted.
Are you a cash-strapped foodie who’s dying to eat at one of New York’s best restaurants? We got you covered—and for $50 or less. Even the most celebrated restaurants sometimes let you snag the best dishes at affordable prices if you know when to go.
The East River? Oh, we dammed that thing up and threw a new City Hall on top. The Hudson? Filled it with traffic years ago.
Urban subway systems can be disorienting, particularly when it comes to changing trains, exiting stations and maneuvering through multiple underground floors. New York City’s network is particularly notorious, a maze on many levels.
Just inside the entrance to an Italian restaurant on a recent afternoon in the historic St. George neighborhood on Staten Island, the smell of soy and ponzu masked that of onions and garlic. The source? A Japanese woman had taken over the kitchen to make gyoza and shrimp dumpling soup.
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A visit to one of the beaches near NYC is one of the best things to do in summer as well as a great way to cool off when temperatures become sticky. The best part: They're also free! Weekend getaways are just a quick subway-, ferry- or bus-ride away at these sandy spots.
The city might not offer a whole lot of nature, but there are plenty of great spots for hiking near NYC. Sure, we've got some of the best restaurants, art shows and parties around, and let's not forget the renowned NYC parks. Still, taking a break from the hustle and bustle of the city is a must.
Apparently MTA (the company running the NYC subway) has a real-time API. My fascination for the subway takes autistic proportions and so obviously I had to analyze some of the data. The documentation is somewhat terrible, but here’s some relevant code for how to use the API:
When Nate Hodge’s mother-in-law was visiting from Massachusetts, he and his wife, Catherine Greeley, wanted to treat her to a drink before dinner. It was a gorgeous weekend evening in New York City, 75 degrees and sunny, so they wanted to be outside.
Tipping is always a bit of a controversial topic. No one likes to be embarrassed by not giving a generous enough tip, but there are also times when you feel like everyone has their hand out expecting a little something.
In the early 1980s, kids battled Mayor Koch over end-to-end burners and broadside rollers, but much has changed since the 1983 documentary Style Wars blew the cap off NYC’s street-art scene and brought it into mainstream conversation.
Rooftop Films will be screening all kinds of genres at 12 different venues across the city this summer. The series will feature movies, short films, and even Q&A sessions with the filmmakers. Many titles have been named, but the list is constantly being updated, so the best is yet to come, y’all.
Welcome to New York. It’s been waiting for you. And by “it,” I mean cockroaches, bedbugs, 6-train cars with broken air conditioners, and that guy dressed as an off-brand Tickle Me Elmo in Times Square leering at you. There’s a lot to be truly terrified of in this city.
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You're a New Yorker through and through, but is the city really the right spot to raise a family? Is it time for the dreaded retreat to the burbs? We think not! This is the best city in the world, and we all know it. Our list will have you re-thinking your reasons for moving...
New York City might not have too many wide open spaces, but you can still find plenty of ways to bring nature into your everyday life. Plan a picnic in one of the best NYC parks, hit up outdoor summer parties all season long and take day trips from NYC when you really need an escape.
You spend enough time at these bars that it's pretty much a given -- from time to time, you're gonna find yourself 1) in a strange NYC neighborhood in the AM, and 2) in need of a cup of coffee. Or five. For all those times...
Gothamites may loathe having to constantly dodge slow-moving tourists on the streets, but in the end, we love many of the same New York tourist attractions that sightseers do (admit it).
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One of the best things to do in spring is hit one of the many fantastic flea markets and street fairs taking place in our fair city. Much like going to Sunday brunch, sifting for vintage wares and eating delicious grub from NYC food trucks is a weekend ritual for most New Yorkers.
In his own words, the actor-comedian, whose FX comedy 'Louie' returns Thursday, talks class differences between L.A. and New York ("When you go to L.A.
New York is one of, if not THE, greatest food cities in the world. Not only can you get just about any kind of food in New York, but you can get some of the best.
NYC best food halls and food courts take the lively, bustling atmosphere of NYC street fairs and combine it with some of the city’s best and trendiest food offerings—what’s not to like? Some spots are ideal for quick and cheap eats, while others can be surprisingly high-end, but all pro
New York City’s architecture is famously eclectic and beautiful, and these impressive rooms in NYC prove just that. Sometimes those stunning exteriors of beautiful NYC buildings are nothing more than a pretty façade, but they contain some very ordinary interiors.
NEW YORK CITY — It's the great New York dream — an apartment to yourself, free of roommates. But where can you actually find one?
We're gonna make a bold claim, which is that New York is the greatest city in the world for music—there is simply nowhere else that has our storied history (just think of all those classic NYC songs) and incredible live music scene. And then of course, there are our record stores.
It’s true: New York is one of the best places to live if you want to jumpstart your career (the city is bursting with networking opportunities and startups). But when your rent is due, and you want to go shopping in NYC, it’s nice to know you have money in the bank.
Museum-going in New York can be an expensive proposition, but luckily, most institutions—including the Guggenheim, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art—offer free museum days and hours where admission is pay-what-you-wish (which can pretty much amount to the same thing).
Wave Hill House Yes, it is possible to find pockets of quiet amid New York City’s madness: If you’re searching for a spot where you can shut out the noise of garbage trucks, screaming children (or adults) and the subway’s screech—so, you know, the usual NYC din—head to one of our favo
This wasn’t an easy list to make. There were nights we woke up screaming, having dreamed of burgers chasing us along cliffsides, asking why they hadn’t made the cut. Whole days were spent in conference rooms with no food or water and no one going in or out until rankings were decided upon.
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In 2010, Chad Harbach published an essay called “MFA vs.
In the past decade or so, NYC has gone from being a barbecue desert to a city of world-class smoked and grilled delights. But since just about every "Best NYC Barbecue" list is the same these days, I decided to focus specifically on those most vital of all meaty options: the ribs.
Every day is a new adventure for young New Yorkers as we try to figure out how to make that paycheck last ‘til the very last possible second.
From the moment that the first streetcars started rumbling along New York City’s streets in the 19th century, people have sought ways to make it easier, more efficient, and safer to get around the five boroughs.
Mr. Mayor, you’re gonna need a bigger boat. When New York City took over ferry routes along the East River, using a new fleet of small boats, and lowering the fares, officials anticipated that weekend demand might be higher in the summer.