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Everything You Need to Know About the Executive Order on Sanctuary Cities
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday singling out the country’s sanctuary cities in an attempt to curtail what he has called “virtually unlimited immigration.” “Sanctuary jurisdictions across the United States willfully violate Federal law in an attempt to shield aliens from
10% Happier: John Mulaney, Comedian Turned Broadway Star
Mulaney told ABC News' Dan Harris that meditation helped him with anxiety while he was working on his sitcom and after it was canceled.
Echoes of Trump's Controversial Central Park Jogger Letter Linger in Campaign Rhetoric
Announcing his presidential campaign last year in the lobby of his New York building, Donald Trump issued a dire warning about Mexican immigrants, painting them as murderers and rapists undermining safety in the U.S. Since then, he has consistently mentioned uncontrolled immigration as one of the
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Trump Wants NY Death Penalty Reinstated In 1989
APRIL 30, 1989: In light of the Central Park Five investigation, Donald Trump calls for the reinstatement of New York's death penalty.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: July 27, 1982: Donald Trump Celebrates Completion of Trump Tower
Very happy day they can. Completion. Of the tallest concrete building in the city of me off and I think. First rate projects. Stories and now. The toast. May these walls withstand the winters of endless years. May all who dwell within that no only happiness. And made the windows of this building
New York Mayoral Race's Comeback Kid Is de Blasio, Not Weiner
The man who might be the next mayor of New York City is someone most people have never heard of. Less than two months ago, New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio was struggling to get to 20 percent among Democratic primary voters. He even trailed the guy everyone did know: disgraced former
Grave Mistake Ruins Former NYC Mayor's Tombstone
The engraver mistakenly listed Ed Koch's birth year as 1942 instead of 1924.
Opinion: Puerto Rican Day Parade and Misplaced Nostalgia
In the hallway of my house there is a photograph of my parents when they were still married to each other. My mom is wearing a sundress and my dad a suit, tie and a bright red sash with the word "mariscal" written on it. I stand between them, age four, in a sailor outfit, holding a Puerto Rican
Ed Koch , Unlike Today's Politicians, Never Dodged Public or Press as NYC Mayor
New York's former mayor Ed Koch will be buried today, but not before he gets lionized one last time. Certain to be mentioned will be his trademark phrase "How'm I doing?" In New York's memory, he is doing just fine. While Koch's tumultuous tenure as the Big Apple's mayor from 1978 to 1989 can be
Today In Pictures, Brazil's Carnival, China's Lantern Lights, and The Superbowl
A woman smiles for a photo at the ‘Carnaval na Central’ carnival block parade, in central station, during pre-celebrations in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Feb. 2, 2013. (Felipe Dana/AP Photo) CLICK HERE FORE MORE DAY IN PICTURES ON ABCNEWS!!