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Trump invites Russia to hack Clinton to find deleted emails

Donald Trump said Wednesday he has "never met" Russian President Vladimir Putin, has "nothing to do with Russia," and was not convinced that Russia was responsible for the Democratic National... To view the full story, click the title link.

Gawker's Denton tries again to halt $140 million court judgement

Gawker Media founder Nick Denton, seeking to stave off personal bankruptcy, asked a Florida appeals court to temporarily block wrestler Hulk Hogan from collecting the $140 million jury verdict in an... To view the full story, click the title link.

Korean Banchan Comes Off The Sidelines At Atoboy In Flatiron

35 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

Banchan, side dishes that are a fundamental part of any Korean meal, enjoy a moment as the main attraction at Atoboy, opening tomorrow on East 28th Street just off Park Avenue. Inside the railroad-style restaurant, whose walls flip between...Show More Summary

Health insurer Oscar to halve its network next year

Oscar will cut its network in half for 2017 and will no longer cover many of New York City’s largest health care providers, the health insurer announced in a blog post on its website... To view the full story, click the title link.

Giuliani Rumored To Be President Trump's Choice For Minister Of Homeland Security & Ethnic Purity

If President Babyhands is elected in November, it looks like he'll be taking Rudy "I LIKE TO YELL LOUD ALSO 9/11 ALSO MUSLIMS" Giuliani down to DC with him—rumors abound that Trump's tapped the former Mayor of 9/11 Town to be his head of Homeland Security. Show More Summary

Cops Catch Brazen Burglars Who Allegedly Cut Holes In Banks' Roofs

Three Brooklyn residents were arrested yesterday for a pair of elaborate and well-orchestrated bank burglaries that involved using blow torches to cut through the banks' roofs to access vaults. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton told reporters,...Show More Summary

The Out Hotel has a new operator

Merchants Hospitality has signed a contract to take over the long-term lease for the Out Hotel for $40 million. The 105-room hotel, at 510 W. 42nd St., has experienced a decline in occupancy and... To view the full story, click the title link.

Hillary Clinton Locks In Historic Nomination Following Failed Revolt From Sanders Supporters

In an emotional and slightly tumultuous Tuesday night, Democrats formally nominated Hillary Clinton as their candidate for President, making her the first woman in history to be nominated on a major party's ticket. [ more › ]

RIP Big Apple Circus

I spent a lot of my early childhood wishing music came from the sky like in the movies, but there was one place in which it did—the Big Apple Circus, which my family attended in its tent behind Lincoln Center every fall until I was eight or nine. Show More Summary

What Are The 'Never Hillary' Protesters Thinking?

In the hours since Bernie Sanders vigorously and without ambiguity endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, a change has come over the protests still pervading Philadelphia. The Bernie or Bust train has lost its conductor, but the train, it seems, is chugging forward on its own. Too much swag has been printed to go back now. [ more › ]

Someone Paid $10,000 for a Set of Four Seasons Ashtrays

Other outrageous buys included $7,000 for bread baskets and $30,000 for chairs with “assorted surface scratches.”

Rental slowdown in the city hits major apartment REITs

Apartment construction in New York and San Francisco is taking its toll on landlords, with Equity Residential, the largest publicly traded U.S. multifamily owner, cutting its revenue forecast for the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Cops Use Grindr To Bust Alleged Meth, Coke Dealer In Stuy Town

Cops used the gay dating app Grindr to track down and arrest an alleged meth and cocaine dealer in Stuyvesant Town on the East Side last week. [ more › ]

Leading the Way for Food Equity

For those of us who are committed to making a positive impact on the food landscape of New York City, it's an immensely hopeful time for progress. There are more New York-based organizations working to bring healthier food to more people today than ever before. Show More Summary

Uber's Attempt To Dig Up Dirt On Litigious Customer Blows Up In Its Face

A federal judge excoriated Uber and the private investigation firm it hired, for probing the personal and professional lives of a man and his lawyer under false pretenses, likely violating several laws in the process, all because the people had the chutzpah to start a class-action lawsuit against the tech giant. [ more › ]

NYU partners with venture firm to make city a hub for startups using artificial intelligence

The future of artificial intelligence may be moving closer to the present. On Wednesday, the NYU Tandon School of Engineering will announce the launch of an accelerator-style program that will... To view the full story, click the title link.

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