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With temperatures struggling to get out of the single digits, thousands of NYCHA residents in the Bronx and across the city were without heat or... [Read More]
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Trump places wreath during brief visit to MLK memorial... [Read More]
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Trump places wreath during brief visit to MLK memorial... [Read More]
Tags: Trump - places - wreath
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Hours after being roundly criticized for ignoring Martin Luther King Jr. on a national holiday in his honor, President Trump made an unannounced visit at... [Read More]
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For Obina Escort, an airline customer service representative at LaGuardia Airport, the endless government shutdown comes down to two issues, security and support. [Read More]
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with a Watergate scandal unfolding, and impeachment just a couple of years away - did Al Sharpton ever imagine that candidates for the highest office... [Read More]
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A lawyer for the man accused of running over an EMT and killing her with her own ambulance questioned a psychiatrist Friday about the suspect's... [Read More]
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Nearly half of the women with jobs in New York state have been victims of sexual harassment in the workplace, according to a new poll... [Read More]
Tags: New York - Sexual - poll
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The Brooklyn madman behind a vicious restaurant hammer attack that killed a worker and critically injured two others was specifically targeting Chinese victims, a dishwasher... [Read More]
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A year after community leaders and a Broadway star helped an iconic Manhattan bar get a reprieve from rising rents, workers have accused the owners... [Read More]
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The city has taken several steps to get ahead of this week's predicted storm:... [Read More]
Tags: ahead - storm - issues
A new Manhattan art exhibit is bringing to life the consequences of "broken windows" policing, using paintings and portraits to illustrate the pain that results... [Read More]
A pair of suspected thieves pleaded guilty Friday to posing as construction workers and robbing and pistol-whipping a jewelry dealer in Brooklyn. [Read More]
A Long Island anti-gang crusader, who was struck and killed by a motorist at her slain daughter's memorial, was saluted as a warrior Friday by... [Read More]
Among the many roles Harlem played in the rich history of America was saving the life of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. in... [Read More]
Protests and politics marked the first anniversary Thursday of Hurricane Maria, the devastating superstorm that ravaged Puerto Rico, killed nearly 3,000 people and left tens... [Read More]
A phony physician whose botched butt job was blamed in the death of one of his Manhattan patients was sentenced Thursday to up to 12... [Read More]
A Staten Island drug dealer who moved to the Bronx continued to commute back and forth on the ferry to peddle his product, officials said... [Read More]
President Trump hit the ground in flood-ravaged North Carolina Wednesday, handing out meals to homewrecked storm victims and assessing the damage left by deadly Hurricane... [Read More]
A Brooklyn bomb maker who killed an elderly man with an explosive device meant for a cop faces another federal charge for a weapon of... [Read More]
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