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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Manhattan

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Photos: Here’s what a €95 million apartment in New York looks like
The penthouse apartment at the Pierre Hotel is on the market – and if it sells, it will set a new record for a New York City gaff.
PHOTOS: Views from the 100th floor of the new World Trade Center
Don’t look down. Though you should. But also, don’t.
'Cannibal cop' accused of plotting to torture victims weeps at end of trial
Former police officer Gilberto Valle, 28, is accused of conspiracy to kidnap young women, including his wife, whom he would then torture, kill and eat.
New York City extols virtues of small apartments
Population of NYC is due to grow by 600,000 inhabitants by 2030 – and new ‘state-of-the-art’ but tiny apartments are deemed to be one way of easing the squash.
Upscale NYC couple arrested after bomb making equipment found
The woman, who is a doctor’s daughter and has just given birth, shocked neighbours in her picturesque Manhattan village.
Brother of Bernie Madoff gets 10 years for role in Ponzi scheme
Peter Madoff is jailed after a plea bargain with prosecutors, for helping to falsify his brother’s corporate accounts.
Photos: Rockefeller Center Christmas lights turned on (with help from the Muppets)
The lights on the 80-feet tree at Rockefeller Plaza were switched on last night in front of thousands of onlookers.
21 of the best photos from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Including Carly Rae Jepsen and Spongebob Squarepants.
New York schools to reopen - but freezing weather brings new risks
Tens of thousands of people whose homes were destroyed or damaged by superstorm Sandy now need to find somewhere to live – and temperatures are plunging dramatically.
New York: Children stabbed, nanny arrested
Reports say the mother of the children returned home to find the bodies of two of her children in the bathtub, with the wounded nanny nearby.
Man arrested over plot to blow up Federal Reserve in New York
The man believed he was about to detonate a car bomb outside the Federal Reserve – but the FBI had been closely watching him for some time and foiled the attack.
Dozens arrested as Occupy Wall Street protests fall flat
Demonstrators marked the one-year anniversary of the protests which spread worldwide last year but the movement appears to have lost steam.
On the 11th anniversary of 9/11, agreement finally reached on memorial museum
Politicians have been instructed not to take part in the commemoration at Ground Zero in New York City later today.
Why scarves are better than belts and 7 other musings from fashion interns
“They’re just the same as you and me; they’re normal people….”
New York shooting: nine injured were all hit by police fire, say officials
Shoot-out erupted after a man fatally wounded a former colleague near the Empire State building yesterday morning.
New York: nine injured and two killed in Manhattan shooting
Several people were shot outside the Empire State Building this morning. two have been killed, including the shooter.
Speeding fine or fine speeding? Coulthard tears up Lincoln Tunnel
New Jersey to Manhattan in less than a minute for the Scottish driver, who was promoting the 2013 USA Grand Prix.
Look inside: Barack Obama's student flat is up for rent
The US president’s tiny old apartment in New York is available. Let’s have a nosey around, shall we?
Bernie Madoff's brother taken into custody
Peter Madoff is poised to plead guilty to criminal charges and take his place in history alongside the sibling with whom he shared an office.
Confessor in Etan Patz murder has a 'history of hallucinations'
Pedro Hernandez, who confessed to strangling six-year-old Etan Patz in 1979, has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. He has been placed on suicide watch in hospital.
Man held over 1979 disappearance of New York schoolboy Etan Patz
The six-year-old’s disappearance while heading to school 33 years ago has never been solved.
GALLERY: The 21 most expensive homes for sale in New York
New York might only be the 17th most expensive property market in the world, but that doesn’t mean you wouldn’t dig deep…
1 World Trade Centre reaches 100 floors
The skyscraper being built to replace the terror-wrecked twin towers is now 100 stories high — on its way to becoming New York’s tallest building.
Woman pleads guilty to 1987 hospital baby kidnap
Carlina White solved her own kidnapping when she was 23 years old after searching for her birth cert.
Two men arrested in connection with Gerard Delaney death are released
Gerard Delaney died outside a pub in Co Cork last December.
Mark Wahlberg apologises for saying he could have prevented 9/11 hijackings
Wahlberg had suggested he could have single-handedly prevented the tragedy if he had been on one of the planes.
Occupy Wall Street protesters forced out of Zucotti Park in New York
Protesters have been told they can return once the park has been cleaned.
Author Naomi Wolf arrested at Occupy Wall Street protest
Police told protesters gathered outside a building to move as the owners “had a permit” to control the footpath – however Wolf argued that “public spaces and can’t be leased by private entities”.
Arrests in Chicago, New York and Rome following global day of action
Protests in Rome turned violent, while in Dublin there were peaceful marches in the city centre.
Gallery: Occupy Wall Street protesters clash with police
Fourteen people were arrested today after campaigners won a reprieve on their removal from lower Manhattan.
More than 80 arrested at 'Occupy Wall Street' protest
Pepper spray and netting have been used by police to coral protesters involved in the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ demonstrations in New York.
FDNY deals with fire in Manhattan skyscraper
NY judge dismisses assault charges against Strauss-Kahn
Today’s dismissal was delayed pending an appeal court ruling regarding an application for a special prosecutor.
Prosecutors file papers asking that Strauss-Kahn charges be dropped
Filings from the Manhattan district attorney says he no longer believes a viable case can be brought against the former IMF head.
Strauss-Kahn charges could be dropped 'by Tuesday'
Prosecutors bringing charges against the former head of the IMF will ask a judge to drop the charges at a hearing this week.
Lawyers clash over Strauss-Kahn "rape" report
A medical report published in a French magazine claims that hotel maid Nafi Diallo was raped. Strauss Kahn’s lawyers see it differently.
Dominique Strauss Kahn 'was on a sex binge in New York'
The former head of the IMF is reported to have bedded three women prior to being arrested and charged with attempted rape.
New twists in Strauss-Kahn case
The maid who accused the IMF boss of a violent sex attack is now being described as a “flawed witness”
Strauss Kahn jeered by demonstrators as he arrives to plead not guilty to sex charges
Hotel workers shouted “shame on you” as the former IMF head arrived to the court in New York. He faces charges including attempted rape and unlawful imprisonment.