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Experts to Search Ground Zero Rubble for Human Remains

New York City begins sifting this Monday through tons of rubble from buildings on the site of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in search of human remains that will allow more victims to be identified. continue reading »

New York City’s Population Reaches Record 8.3 Million

The population of New York City last year reached a record 8.3 million after, for the first time in more than six decades, the number of people moving into the Big Apple exceeded the number who left. continue reading »

New York Charges Man for Stealing Dali Painting

A 29-year-old man has been indicted for stealing Spanish artist Salvador Dali's "Cartel de Don Juan Tenorio" from a New York gallery last year, the Manhattan District Attorney's Office said. continue reading »

Flu Outbreak Triggers Public Health Emergency in New York

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a public health emergency due to the outbreak of influenza in his state, where at least two children have died since October, media reports said Sunday. continue reading »

Shooter Responsible for Killing 2 Fireman in New York Planned More Attacks

The New York man who killed two volunteer firefighters and wounded two others before taking his own life left behind a note suggesting he planned more deaths, police said Tuesday. continue reading »

NY Taking Steps to Preserve Spanish Language

Politicians, academics, writers and other representatives of Latino culture took the first step on Wednesday in promoting an initiative that seeks to save and preserve Spanish in New York. continue reading »

Mariano Rivera Hopes to Return to Yankees Next Year

New York Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera has informed the team that he wants to be back next season. The Panamanian pitcher "wants to play again. I am going to work with his agent, Fernando Cuza, on the details of his contract," Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said. continue reading »

Aaron Diaz and Lola Ponce Celebrate Their Success, Pregnancy in New York

Actors and singers Aaron Diaz and Lola Ponce exude happiness these days in New York in expectation of their first baby and professional success with their new projects. continue reading »

Oscar de la Renta’s Career Honored By Fashion World in NY

The career of Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta was recognized Wednesday by the Couture Council at an event to kick off New York's Fashion Week. continue reading »

Organization Protests Carlos Slim at New York’s Saks’ Fifth Avenue

A group of activists demonstrated in New York against Mexican magnate Carlos Slim, who is accused of using his dominant position in Mexico's telecommunications market to impose exorbitant rates. continue reading »

Missing Lichtenstein Painting Recovered, May Have Been Hiding in Colombia

A painting that went missing in 1970 was found in a New York warehouse last week. continue reading »

Spanish Handbag Designer Already Gaining Celebrity Clientele

Spanish designer Laura Vela is taking New York by storm with attractive designs for women's handbags that are captivating many celebrities, including actress Sarah Jessica Parker, model Bar Rafaeli and other fashion fanatics, including the Olsen twins. continue reading »

New York Police Search for Dali Art Thief

New York police were hunting Friday for a man who strolled into a Manhattan gallery pretending to be a customer and robbed a painting entitled "Cartel de Don Juan Tenorio" by Salvador Dali. continue reading »

ACT NOW: Call NY Gov Cuomo to Pass the DREAM Act

Last Friday, President Obama announced a new policy of deferred action for eligible DREAMers (undocumented youth), which includes the ability to apply for work authorization. However, these DREAMers will still be denied equal access to higher education in New York because they are not able to access the state-funded Tuition Assistance Program. The New York DREAM Act (A6829D/S4179D) would allow undocumented youth to access state financial assistance, and the DREAM Fund (A8689B/S6883) would provide private support for undocumented youth to attend higher education. continue reading »

Chile Looks to New York for Lithium Investors

Deputy Mining Secretary Pablo Wagner has wrapped up a two-day visit to New York, where he tried to drum up interest among investors in bidding for contracts to produce lithium in Chile, which has 25 percent of the world's reserves of the mineral. continue reading »

Historic NY Church With Ties to Latino Community Competing for Preservation Grant - LET’S HELP THEM

Historic St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery is one of 40 New York landmark’s chosen to compete for a portion of $3 million in grant money marked for historic preservation projects through Partners in Preservation. continue reading »

Cuban Plastic Artist, Alexandre Arrechea, Exhibits Work in New York

Cuban plastic artist Alexandre Arrechea will exhibit his new collection, Twisted Horizon, from March 2nd to April 7th in the Magnan Metz Gallery, NY. continue reading »

Hurricane Rina Grows To Cat. 2 As it Approaches Yucatán Peninsula

The US National Hurricane Center said they expect Rina to become a major hurricane by Tuesday night, meanwhile it is wreaking havoc in Central American waters. continue reading »

Check Out J Lo’s New Hamptons Bachelorette Pad!

Jennifer López bought herself a $18 million, seven bedroom mansion in the Water Mill area of The Hamptons, NY. continue reading »

Alejandro Sánz Will Perform With Tony Bennett For Bennett’s New Release

Alejandro Sánz and Tony Bennett will perform together next Sunday at New York’s Metropolitan Opera House, to promote Bennet’s “Duet’s II.” continue reading »