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Artists hope to reverse a decision that prevents virtually precludes them selling work in public.
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A lawsuit challenging controversial new voting restrictions might not be settled in time for the midterms in November.
The NYPD's most famous whistle-blower holds court in the Hudson Valley.
Staten Islanders say feral fowl are destroying their neighborhood.
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