WATCH LIVE: New York City commemorates 9/11 with the ‘Tribute in Light’

The “Tribute in Light” returns for one night as a tribute to all those who were lost on September 11th. The lights, located in lower Manhattan, will begin at sunset on September 11, 2013 and fading away at dawn on September 12th. 


Photographer documents subway construction nine stories below Manhattan

(Photo: Patrick Cashin / MTA)

A project 90 years in the making had better be impressive, and the Metropolitan Transport Authority’s $4.5 billion Second Avenue Subway project does not disappoint.

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UPDATE: 58 injured when commuter ferry crashes in Manhattan

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A commuter ferry crashed in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday morning, injuring 57 people, including one who was in critical condition with head wounds, officials said.

Witnesses: Man pushed to his death on NYC subway tracks after argument

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A man was pushed onto subway tracks and killed by a train in Manhattan after an argument with another traveler Monday afternoon, witnesses and law enforcement sources said.

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Water surges into lower Manhattan as superstorm Sandy blasts through

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Storm water flooded parts of lower Manhattan on Monday night, pouring into the Brooklyn-Battery and Queens Midtown tunnels, bursting into a subway station and even cascading into the construction site at Ground Zero. 

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At $100M, apartment has highest asking price in NYC

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An octagon-shaped penthouse in midtown Manhattan is on the market for $100 million.

The 8,000-square-foot apartment features six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a wraparound terrace with 350-degree views of the city. It has an internal elevator and a wine room for 1,000 bottles.

The penthouse, on West 56th Street, is being sold by Long Island real estate developer Steven Klar. It’s listed with Prudential Douglas Elliman.

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Manhattanhenge’s sunset show wows New Yorkers

Tonight’s showing of New York’s hometown celestial alignment, known as Manhattanhenge, was a spectacular success that more than made up for the washout in May.

Some of Manhattan’s best-known east-west streets — 42nd Street, for instance — were filled with the glow of the setting sun at 8:24 p.m. ET. They were also filled with crowds straining to snap pictures.

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Last beam lifted into place atop 4 World Trade Center

The final steel beam, signed by a group of construction workers was lifted by crane 977 feet in the air and placed atop 4 World Trade Center, which will be the first tower completed on the 16-acre World Trade Center site when it opens in the fall of 2013. 

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Human tower joins Manhattan skyline

A Catalan performance troupe attempted to set a new world record against the stunning backdrop of the New York City skyline on Wednesday.  

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