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Criminal probe, legal fights await Trump after White House

A few miles south of the namesake tower where Donald Trump began his run for president, New York prosecutors are grinding away at an investigation into his business dealings that could shadow him long after he leaves office in January.

Manhattan Football Hungry for State Title Win

The undefeated Manhattan Tigers (11-0) finished their final week of practice and travel to Fairfield tomorrow to play in the Class B State Title game on Saturday. After losing in the finals last year, the Tigers hope to win their first championship in program history.

Masselow’s steaks sizzle, but the restaurant is more than beef

Not every restaurant that closed abruptly last March due to the coronavirus reopened in May. Masselow's Steakhouse was on hiatus throughout the summer as its staff worked on its new menu. It was worth the wait as Northern Quest Casino's culinary gem welcomed back customers in mid-September. 

Court blocks release of Trump tax returns amid latest appeal

A federal appeals court on Tuesday blocked a New York prosecutor from obtaining Donald Trump’s tax returns while the president's lawyers continue to fight a subpoena seeking the records. The three-judge panel ruled after hearing brief arguments from both sides.

Lawsuit against Trump, postal chief seeks proper funding

Several individuals including candidates for public office sued President Donald Trump and the U.S. Postal Service and its new postmaster general in New York on Monday to ensure adequate funding for postal operations.

Power outage leaves large swaths of Manhattan in the dark

A power outage cast darkness across large swaths of Manhattan early Friday, as tens of thousands of people in other parts of New York City were still without electricity in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaias.

Sanger’s name to be dropped from NYC clinic over eugenics

Planned Parenthood of Greater New York will remove the name of pioneering birth control advocate Margaret Sanger from its Manhattan health clinic because of her “harmful connections to the eugenics movement,” the group announced on Tuesday.

Workers protest racial inequality on day of national strike

Hundreds of workers rallied Monday outside the Trump International Hotel in Manhattan and the Massachusetts Statehouse to protest systemic racism and economic inequality — an effort that organizers hoped would grow into a nationwide strike in which tens of thousands of people walked off the job.