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A reputed mobster pleaded guilty Monday to attempting to whack a federal witness whose information helped authorities build a racketeering case against him and a... [Read More]
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The city's libraries have something else for users to check out — a chance to register to vote as more than 200 libraries in the... [Read More]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was signing copies of his first book in what used to be Blumstein's department store. It was there that... [Read More]
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Bloods gang members connected to a fatal opioid overdose in 2017 were arrested Tuesday and charged with running a heroin and fentanyl operation in Staten... [Read More]
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For the first time in more than a decade, New York City's black population led the way in drug overdose fatalities, with most of the... [Read More]
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The superstorm's aftermath forced her to the mainland and New York to seek medical treatment. But the federal housing vouchers that kept her and her... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's commerce secretary could get hauled in front of a federal judge in New York to explain the motive behind a citizenship question... [Read More]
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Time's up for hundreds of Puerto Rican evacuees in New York and across the country who were relying on federal assistance to pay for hotel... [Read More]
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An upstart Brooklyn Socialist was carrying too much political baggage to unseat an entrenched incumbent Thursday in a closely-watched state Senate race dominated by headlines... [Read More]
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A state appellate court took the rare step Wednesday of sending an exonerated man back to jail, reversing an order that had freed a convicted... [Read More]
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A Queens flight instructor at the controls during a fatal small plane crash off Long Island continued to take student pilots in the air after... [Read More]
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