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It's going to cost you a lot of green to buy a home in Manhattan.
Investors around the world were on edge Tuesday night, after Greece missed a crucial payment deadline and became the first developed country to default on a loan to the International Monetary Fund.
In a detailed analysis, AARP accuses the utility of trying to shift certain expenses to ratepayers, many of whom, they claim, cannot afford it.
The Long Island Gasoline Retailers Association's Kevin Beyer said a company that was running the stations ran into financial problems.
The move allows barges laden with ship containers to be ferried from New Jersey to Brooklyn rather than being driven through bridges and tunnels.
An allegation lodged by the Department of Consumer Affairs claims that Whole Foods mislabeled weights on pre-packaged foods.
If you love gadgets and electronics the latest and greatest products are being unveiled in Chelsea.
Councilman Stephen Levin, D-Brooklyn, is sponsoring a bill he calls a "timeout."
The Electronic Privacy Information Center, a Washington, D.C.-based public interest research group, filed the complaint Monday with the Federal Trade Commission.
Niagara Bottling issued a voluntary recall over concerns that one of its water sources is contaminated with E. coli.