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The Associated PressNEW YORK (AP) -- The utility that owns a steam pipe that exploded in midtown Manhattan last summer is suing the city and a company hired to fix leaks in the pipe. Consolidated Edison Corp. has already been named in more than 40 lawsuits following the July...
STAFF WRITERThe sweeping view of the Manhattan skyline from the 52nd floor of 7 World Trade Center looking north could easily be a scene from a Ken Burns documentary. With a breathtaking vantage point, tenants will hardly notice the reinforced core, the...
Spin CycleWe've already heard from Rep. Peter King, ranking member of the House homeland security committee, saying he did nothing wrong in facilitating a $3 million federal allocation for protective manhole covers like those built by a local company, Manhole......
Staff WriterThe future of the World Trade Center has been laid out in so many presentations of such glittering, digital clarity that the situation has now become utterly murky. The 16-acre site has been carved into a multiplicity of projects: a cluster of office...
Sun StaffA massive power failure swept the United States and southern Canada from the Great Lakes to the Eastern Seaboard yesterday, shuttering businesses, stranding commuters in elevators and subway cars, and leaving government officials bewildered as to the...
This story was reported by Graham Rayman, Joshua Robin, Anthony M. DeStefano, Luis Perez and Karen Freifeld. It was written by Rayman. From the depths of Ground Zero to the Towers of Light, from the break of dawn until well into the evening, New York...
Sun StaffAfter three weeks of standoff, broken only by each new shooting, Washington-area police and the serial sniper they are hunting have abruptly moved into an elaborate, high-stakes negotiation. Montgomery County police Chief Charles A. Moose pleaded with...
Associated Press WriterThe eight states hit by the worst blackout in U.S. history faced their first major test of recovery Monday as millions of people return to work, reboarding commuter trains and powering up businesses that were shuttered in the darkness. In several areas,...
The New York Stock Exchange is hoping to revive this city's financial district with a triumphant reopening Monday after a four-session shutdown, even as the scene outside promises anything but a normal trading day. Swaths of lower Manhattan remained...
The Hartford CourantA New York businessman who in recent years has become a major player in the Connecticut garbage and recycling industries has been indicted by federal prosecutors on mob-related racketeering, extortion and tax conspiracy charges. Thomas Milo, 58, of...
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