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First Tenant Conde Nast Moves Into New World Trade Center
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Time-lapse shows One World Trade Center view from 1500s to present

Starting May 29, 515 years of history will unfold before your eyes in 47 seconds as you travel upwards in the elevators leading to One World Observatory.

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WATCH: Cyclist gets ‘doored’ riding in NYC

Ever wonder what it would be like if a cyclist was riding and someone opened their car door on them accidentally? Well, now you can see exactly what it looks like.

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NYC Fast Food Workers Stage Strikes, Rallies

Fast-food workers across New York City are striking for better pay and the right to unionize.

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NTSB: Southwest Jet’s Nose Gear Landed First

Federal investigators say it appears the nose gear of a Southwest Airlines jet that made a hard landing at New York's LaGuardia Airport hit the ground before the main landing gear.

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Support For Anthony Weiner Dropping

A new poll is finding diminished support for New York City mayor candidate Anthony Weiner since the latest revelations about his sexting activity.

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NYC Mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
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Anthony Weiner to Continue NYC Mayoral Bid

Anthony Weiner is forging ahead with his mayoral campaign and shrugging off calls for him to quit amid a new round of revelations about his salacious online exchanges with women.

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Doctor Sentenced For Role in NJ Oxycodone Ring

Federal prosecutors in New Jersey say a New York City doctor who wrote illegal prescriptions for an oxycodone distribution ring has been sentenced to nine years in prison.

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Judge Blocks 9/11 Claims Against Airlines

A New York judge has decided that the World Trade Center owners cannot demand more insurance money for the Sept. 11 attacks.

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Airlines, World Trade Center Owners Square Off in Court

The owners of the World Trade Center buildings destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks want billions of dollars in damages from aviation companies linked to the hijacked planes.

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Ice Bar Comes to New York City

In the heat of summer, New Yorkers are ready for the big chill -- in midtown Manhattan.

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