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There is a strange cacophony outside the offices of i in Manhattan today. Beyond the whistling of the -10 degree wind through the ill-fitting windows, there is the non-stop beep-beep of countless construction vehicles warning Times Square pedestrians to watch out.

John Walsh: For Roth, Newark is the home of the archetypal American life

William Faulkner wrote several works about the fictional Yoknapatawpha County. Steinbeck mined the possibilities of his native California in the “Dustbowl” years of the Depression. But we have to look back to James Joyce and his love-hate relationship with Dublin to find an equivalent of Philip’s Roth attitude to his birthplace, Newark.

888 joins with Avenue Capital for online gambling push in the US

Online gambling group 888 has set up a joint venture with the $12 billion (£8 billion) Avenue Capital investment group to launch online gambling in the United States.

On the case: FBI agents investigate a jewellers in Jersey City

$200m credit card fraud: Gang of 18 are charged

Thousands of false identities used in elaborate scam

Mark Zuckerberg to hold fundraiser for Chris Christie

The founder and CEO of Facebook is to host his first political fundraiser, for the popular – if controversial Republican Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie.

50 injured as New York commuter ferry crashes into dock

At least 50 people were injured, two critically, when a commuter ferry struck a dock in New York’s financial district during this morning’s rush hour.

A gash in the Seastreak ferry after an early morning accident during rush hour in Lower Manhattan

50 injured as Wall Street ferry crashes into dock in New York

At least 57 people were injured, two critically, when a commuter ferry struck a dock in New York City's financial district during Wednesday morning's rush hour, officials said. A corner of the ferry was ripped open, and passengers said people fell on each other, screaming and crying.

Mark Cavendish, kept in the shadows behind Team Wiggins at Sky last year, has switched to the Belgian Omega Pharma-QuickStep team

Me no lycra? Teams unveil the latest questionable cycle gear

Professional sport is responsible for some of greatest fashion crimes of our times, but few can have a rap sheet as long as cycling's. Where there has been Lycra, there have been grave offences all too readily embraced by road-going amateurs. The pros at least can't choose what they wear and this year's new kits bring mixed fortunes to Britain's gold-plated riders.

Christie insists size doesn't matter when it comes to the biggest job of all

Chris Christie, the heavyweight Republican front-runner for the 2016 presidential candidacy, has insisted that being fat won't prevent him getting to the White House.

Michael Tubbs is one of the youngest elected officials in the United States

Student, 22, backed by Oprah and MC Hammer wins council election

A bankrupt city recently dubbed the "most miserable" place in America is back in the news for all the right reasons, after a 22-year-old student succeeded in a celebrity-backed campaign to win election to the local council.

Severe storm brings more chaos to US

A winter storm brought gusting winds, rain, snow and the threat of flooding to America's north-east coast, menacing travellers with icy roads, snarling a railway line - and knocking out power to thousands who only recently got it back after Superstorm Sandy.

An Ocean County voter in Toms River, New Jersey, carries her completed ballot in an envelope, in a special early mail voting arrangement to allow citizens of the areas affected by Hurricane Sandy to vote in person on short notice in the US national and local election.

Concerns raised over New Jersey's e-mail and fax ballots

Experts on voting security and computer technology warned Monday that New Jersey's plan to allow residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy to cast ballots by e-mail could be easily undermined by hacking or other forms of fraud.

Temperatures approach freezing as another storm looks set to hit New York in the wake of Superstorm Sandy

Mere days after a devastating superstorm swept through the region, leaving a trail of destruction behind it, the residents of New York and New Jersey are facing another crisis.

Page 3 Profile: Reg Dean, Britain's oldest man

He doesn't look a day over 100

Page 3 Profile: Chris Christie, New Jersey Governor

Well you can't miss him

No power. No food. And still the death toll carries on rising

Nikhil Kumar reports from New York as President Obama flies in to survey storm-ravaged East Coast

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