A man found a Egon Schiele drawing in a New York thrift store, and it could be worth a fortune

A Man Found A Egon Schiele Drawing In A New York Thrift Store, And It Could Be Worth A Fortune

A previously unknown drawing by Egon Schiele turned up in a Habitat for Humanity thrift store in Queens, New York, more than 100 years after the Austrian painter's death -- and it could sell for more than $100,000.

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DA: Father who left twins in car said he ‘blanked out’ The 1-year-old boy and girl were pronounced dead at the scene.

DA: Father Who Left Twins In Car Said He 'blanked Out'

A New York father has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and other charges in the deaths of 1-year-old twins left in a car while he put in a day at work.

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Mass shooting reported in Brooklyn

11 People Reportedly Shot In Brooklyn

Police in New York were investigating a shooting in Brooklyn Saturday night block party that left as many as eleven people injured.

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NYPD Officer Found Dead in Possible Fifth Suicide Since June

NYPD Officer Found Dead In Possible Fifth Suicide Since June

A spokesperson for the NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association identified the sergeant as a single man.

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Trump attacks 'rat-infested' district – after rodents reported in Trump Tower

Trump Slams 'rat-infested' District - But His Own Restaurant Had A Rodent Problem

President claims Elijah Cummings' congressional district is a 'mess' months after health inspectors visited Trump Tower Grille

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City Council Votes to Name NYC Street ‘Stan Lee Way’

City Council Votes To Name NYC Street 'Stan Lee Way'

A section of University Avenue in the Bronx could soon be called 'Stan Lee Way.'

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New York State Bans Cat Declawing

New York State Bans Cat Declawing

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed the anti-declawing bill into law on Monday. New York is the first state in the country to ban the practice.

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Ocasio-Cortez wants '9/11-style commission' on family separations

Ocasio-Cortez Wants '9/11-style Commission' On Family Separations

Democratic congresswoman hosts event in New York district, telling crowd Trump 'sent me back to Queens' with racist attack

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New York passes its Green New Deal, announces massive offshore wind push

New York Passes Its Green New Deal, Announces Massive Offshore Wind Push

A Green New Deal with an emphasis on the green part.

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Barneys New York reportedly weighing a second bankruptcy

Barneys New York Reportedly Weighing A Second Bankruptcy

Faced with high rents and a shifting consumer landscape, the luxury clothing company is evaluating survival options

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ICE Started Its Immigration Raids—But It Forgot to Get Warrants

ICE Started Its Immigration Raids. They Didn't Get Off To A Good Start.

The raids began in New York, but agents were rebuffed.

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Epstein accused of witness tampering, tried to wire $350,000 to co-conspirators

Epstein Accused Of Witness Tampering By Wiring $350K To Two People: Report

Billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was recently hit with sex trafficking charges in New York, has been accused of witness tampering by federal prosecutors,

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Hundreds of cyclists hold 'die-in' in New York City to protest deaths | US news

Hundreds Of Cyclists Hold 'die-in' In New York City To Protest Deaths

Three cyclists were killed in one week: 'People are literally dying on the streets because they're not being adequately protected'

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Financier and former friend of Trump Jeffrey Epstein arrested on sex trafficking charges

Financier And Former Friend Of Trump Jeffrey Epstein Arrested On Sex Trafficking Charges

Wealthy hedge fund manager and registered sex offender detained in New York

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Jeffrey Epstein arrested in NY on federal sex trafficking charges

Financier Jeffrey Epstein Arrested On Sex Charges

Wealthy financier and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was arrested Saturday in New York on new sex-trafficking charges involving allegations that date to the early 2000s, according to law enforcement officials.

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New York city’s styrofoam ban goes into effect.

New York Will Start Enforcing Its Styrofoam Ban Today. Here's Where Else It's Banned

New York City will begin officially enforcing its ban on styrofoam beginning Monday.

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New York City declares a climate emergency, the first US city with more than a million residents to do so

New York City Declares A Climate Emergency, The First US City With More Than A Million Residents To Do So

New York City officials declared a climate emergency in an effort to mobilize local and national responses to stall global warming.

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Police looking for men who force-fed beer to goat

Police Looking For Men Who Force-fed Beer To Goat

Authorities in New York are looking for a group of men in connection with a case of animal cruelty at a nature preserve. According to police, the men broke into the preserve and harassed the animals. Employees of the nature center are especially upset that the men fed beer to one of the goats.

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Ex-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort taken in handcuffs to New York City court for arraignment

Ex-Trump Campaign Boss Paul Manafort Taken In Handcuffs To New York Court For Arraignment

Paul Manafort now faces state criminal charges, the latest legal peril for the former chief of President Trump's 2016 campaign.

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Helicopter pilot killed after crashing into New York City skyscraper 'did not know where he was', say investigators

Helicopter Pilot Killed After Crashing Into New York City Skyscraper 'did Not Know Where He Was', Say Investigators - Independent.ie

A pilot who died when his helicopter crashed atop a New York City skyscraper earlier this month had been flying erratically and said he did not know where he was shortly before the acci

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