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NYPD releases video of brutal daylight beatdown, mugging in Brooklyn
The victim was approached at 9:05 a.m. by a man riding a Citi Bike on Pitkin Avenue and Barbey Street who patted the man's pocket as he demanded property from him, police sources and the NYPD said.
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Man left with severe head trauma after dispute over minor car accident in Bronx
A man was left with severe head injuries and is fighting for his life in a Bronx hospital after he was kicked and punched in a fight about a minor vehicle accident overnight, police said.
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Cops identify victims, motorist in fatal drunk driving crash near JFK
Police on Sunday identified the victims of a violent car crash Saturday near JFK International Airport, where an alleged speeding drunk driver killed a 10-year-old girl and her mother.
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Two killed, including 12-year-old, in violent NYC crash
A 12-year-old girl and a woman were killed in a two-car accident on Queen's Rockaway Boulevard and Guy R. Brewer Boulevard Saturday night. Two others are reportedly in critical condition.
World Trade Center site evacuated as cops respond to bomb scare
Portions of the World Trade Center site were evacuated Saturday night after a bomb scare about "multiple packages" with possible explosives -- with a suspect busted, sources told The Post.
Dead body found floating in Central Park’s Harlem Meer
A dead man was found floating in the Harlem Meer in Central Park Saturday evening, according to police sources.
4-year-old boy critically injured after fall from Bronx balcony
A 4-year-old boy was in critical condition after falling from the 10th-floor balcony of a Bronx building on Saturday, police said.
Dozens struck by NYC trains so far in 2021, MTA data shows
Police reported 23 “non-criminal” fatalities on city subway tracks from January through May 31 of 2021 in New York City. Last year there was 24 through the same period of time.
Parents demand NYC middle school bring back honors math classes
Honors math programs have been nearly cut at a number of middle schools in NYC, but Robert Wagner Middle School on the Upper East Side has said it's getting rid of the program permanently.
New Yorkers aren’t parking their bikes after pandemic cycling surge
New Yorkers’ love of bicycling, embraced as a safe travel alternative during the pandemic shutdowns of 2020, continues to grow in 2021.
Gracie Mansion ‘sleep-out’ condemns de Blasio’s effort to return homeless to shelters
The city is set to renew its effort to return the homeless to shelters Monday, prompting the Gracie Mansion protest.
NYC outdoor dining a noisy, dirty ‘nightmare’ for residents fighting expansion
The Open Restaurants program allowed eateries to stay in business when COVID-19 precautions made indoor dining off limits.
Overnight shootings leave two men dead in Queens, Brooklyn
The gunfire started at around 2:45 a.m. in Jamaica, Queens followed by another fatal shooting around 4 a.m. in Crown Heights.
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Suspect arrested in horrific attacks on women in NYC park
Elvis Nina Pichardo, 40, was hit with a slew of charges, including attempted rape and attempted criminal sexual act, for the alleged assaults,
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Man shot and injured by cops on Staten Island: Sources
A man was shot and later taken to Staten Island University Hospital after he lunged toward NYPD officers with a pipe on Friday night in Staten Island.
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NYPD cracks down on Brooklyn prostitution market after Post exposé
Following a report in The Post last week, the NYPD cracked down on a stretch in East New York, arresting ten men were nabbed for allegedly patronizing a person for prostitution and one for a DUI.
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Biden DOJ drops civil rights probe of Gov. Cuomo over nursing homes and COVID-19
The Department of Justice has decided not to investigate whether the civil rights of residents in New York's nursing homes were violated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo's controversial COVID-19 patient admission policy.
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De Blasio announces deal to revive Staten Island stadium with new baseball team
Baseball in Staten Island is coming back, back, back! After the Yankees departed the borough last year, Staten Island will be getting an Atlantic League team starting in 2022.
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Cops bust second suspect in fatal shooting of lovestruck Bronx juror
Police said they arrested Andrew Johnson for killing 29-year-old -- and former Bronx juror -- Katherine Diop and wounding her 31-year-old brother in a June 16 shooting.
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Possible gunman in car shuts down Holland Tunnel into NYC
Lanes entering the Holland Tunnel were closed for about 20 minutes on Friday afternoon by Port Authority police after an alert of someone possibly having a gun.
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Top Albany Republican blasts Gov. Cuomo over alleged ‘pay to play’ donations
State senator and ranking GOP committee member Tom O’Mara wants Attorney General Letitia James to investigate campaign contributions made to Gov. Andrew Cuomo from individuals affiliated with a medical donor network revealed by The Post.
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Lovebirds flock to reopened NYC marriage bureau
50 marriage ceremonies were scheduled at the fully booked Manhattan office on Friday’s first day of ceremonies since the pandemic's beginning.
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The summer’s hottest beachside club and pool party is in Queens
The summer’s hottest new pool party is at Queens' Rockaway Hotel, a new luxury resort that opened in September blocks from the ocean in The Rockaways.
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Maya Wiley’s $1 million campaign debt puts black-owned biz in jeopardy
Maya Wiley owes 28 individuals and companies a combined $999,664.51, including over $500,000 to GPS Impact, a political communications company.
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15-year-old hurt in Bronx shooting
A teen was shot in his right calf on Friday morning in Mott Haven, Bronx. He's now in stable condition at Jacobi Medical Center while the shooters remain on the loose.
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Woman holding her dog leaps to death off luxury NYC building
The 60-year-old woman jumped from the 46-story apartment complex The Victory at 561 10th Ave. near 41st Street in Hell's Kitchen on Friday afternoon.
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Mario Batali and ex-partner Joe Bastianich to pay $600K in sex-harass case
Celebrity chef Mario Batali will have to fork over a chunk of dough to women he and others allegedly sexually harassed at his restaurants, state officials said.
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‘It’s time for more mandates’: De Blasio calls on employers to require COVID vaccine
Mayor Bill de Blasio called on private employers Friday to impose vaccination requirements as workers begin to head back to the office.
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Curtis Sliwa calls for security cameras in Manhattan park where three women attacked
No suspects have been arrested after three disturbing Inwood Park attacks within about an hour.
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Heastie defends AG but wouldn’t impeach Gov. Cuomo solely off her probe
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie defended state Attorney General Letitia James' integrity amid her office's sexual harassment probe of embattled Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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