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Man suckered-punched by stranger in NYC subway station
A man was attacked randomly on May 12, 2021 outside a Brooklyn MTA stop. The man who was attacked was on his phone when the assailant walked up behind him and punched him in the face.
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Man found dead inside NYC subway
A man was found dead inside a Manhattan subway train on Thursday night, police said. The man, believed to be in his 60s, was discovered by a conductor aboard a northbound C train at the 168th Street station in Washington Heights at about 9:23 p.m., according to police. He was slumped over in a seat...
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The best of the barbs traded at first NYC mayoral debate
The Zoom forum for the first televised Democratic primary mayoral debate didn’t stop the rival candidates from slinging mud across their computer screens, prompting leading candidate Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams to declare at one point, “Ohhh they’re feisty!” Here are some of the sharpest barbs from the showdown for the June 22 election :...
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Adolescents vaccinated in NYC as sites open to 12 to 15-year-olds
Tweens and young teens began getting COVID-19 vaccines in New York City.
Long Island CVS worker charged with having forged COVID vaccine cards
Police found 62 vaccine cards in the former CVS worker's car and charged him with eight counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument among other alleged crimes.
NYC Democratic Socialists upset Jewish leaders with support for Palestinians
Antisemitism is rearing its ugly head in New York City among prominent political leaders and activists tied to the Democratic Socialists of America amid fierce fighting in the Middle East between Israelis and Palestinian militants in Gaza, Jewish leaders said. The DSA-backed Brooklyn Assemblywoman Phara Souffrant Forrest tweeted a pro-Palestinian map that shows “Palestine” where...
Lead-footed NYC councilman slows down — in paying his ticket
City Councilman Brad Lander vowed to "slow down" after The Post exposed his habit of speeding in school zones -- but that apparently applies to paying his tickets, too, city records show.
President Biden appears to snub charter schools on national celebration week
President Biden is apparently ignoring the contributions of charter schools in educating students -- during National Charter Schools Week.
Man stabbed, robbed of e-bike in Tompkins Square Park
The suspect stabbed and robbed the man of his e-bike following the violent attack in the East Village park
Feds green light four new Metro-North stations in the Bronx
The project, known as "Penn Station Access," will be completed by 2025, New York Governor Cuomo said during a press conference with Bronx politicians.
New NYC mayoral poll shows Eric Adams leading Andrew Yang ahead of first debate
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams came out on top of a new poll ahead of the first televised mayoral debate toinght.
Teachers union chief cites Stuyvesant HS in ripping standardized testing
American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten pointed out the admissions statistics for the upcoming school year as she pushes for schools to shift away from standardized testing.
Councilman’s aide who said he was tormented settles for $850K
Michael Bistreich’s $10 million lawsuit against the former Brooklyn lawmaker and the City of New York was settled after a judge ruled his case could move forward to trial.
Man attacked at pro-Israel rally in Midtown, NYPD says
A Jewish man was attacked with a metal chair at a protest over the Israel-Palestine crisis in Manhattan.
NYPD unions sue watchdog again to stop probes into sex abuse allegations, lying
A pair of NYPD unions are suing the Civilian Complaint Review Board — again — after the watchdog expanded its power to investigate cops for sexual abuse and lying, according to new court papers.
At least half a dozen more victims of gun violence reported overnight in NYC
One of the incidents was fatal -- and allegedly involved the gang member accused of opening fire on NYPD officers.
NYPD cop wounded in Brooklyn shootout cheered as he leaves hospital
Office Brian McCurran was wheeled out of Kings County Hospital by his partner from the 81st Precinct.
NYC bus drivers demand cops in their vehicles amid surge in assaults
Driver Lupa Guallpa, 38, tearfully recounted how she'd been driving buses for just eight months before a man stomped, punched and choked her on Nov. 6.
Boyce Howard, who allegedly shot cop, is known gang member with rap sheet
The suspected gunman was identified by sources as Boyce Hayward, a member of the Young Stackers street gang, according to the NYPD
De Blasio eats Shake Shack for breakfast, touts free fries for vaccinated NYers
Mayor Bill de Blasio chowed down on a Shake Shack burger and fries for breakfast, as he announced the fast food outlet is giving away free fries to those who get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Anti-Muslim graffiti spray-painted on Brooklyn mosque
Thursday is Eid al-Fitr, one of the holiest days of the year marking the end of fasting of Ramadan.
NYPD investigates two more anti-Asian bias assaults in Big Apple
A 23-year-old nurse was hit the head with a cane and a 21-year-old was slugged in the face in two more unprovoked subway attacks on Asian Americans in the Big Apple, cops said.
NYPD officer wounded in Brooklyn shootout with gangbanger identified
Mayor de Blasio praised the 28-year-old officer as a hero Thursday morning and praised the NYPD’s policing strategies that got the alleged gunman off the street.
Harry Potter flagship store to open in NYC
Author J.K. Rowling's groundbreaking "Harry Potter" franchise has chosen a new home for their flagship store in New York City, Warner Bros. has announced.
Teen impaled by javelin at New Jersey high school: police
The javelin was stuck several inches in the teen’s right thigh, although there was no visible bleeding, police spokeswoman Jillian Messina said.
Massive blaze breaks out at Brooklyn power plant: FDNY
Video posted to Citizen shows a large, billowing dark cloud of smoke rising from the roof of the building in Coney Island.
NYPD cop shot three times in Brooklyn; suspect in custody
An NYPD cop was shot around 11:15 p.m. in Bushwick near Macon Street and Howard Avenue. The suspect has been arrested and both officer and suspect have been taken to the hospital.
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NY Rep. Elise Stefanik makes her pitch to conservatives ahead of leadership vote
Elise Stefanik, a representative of New York, sought to ease the skepticism of conservatives in an effort on why she should succeed Rep. Liz Cheney as Conference chair.
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School under fire for lesson that claimed George Floyd died of heart attack
A New York high school teacher is under fire after she told students George Floyd died of a heart attack and drug overdose.
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Teachers union backs Corey Johnson for NYC comptroller
The United Federation of Teachers has endorsed City Council Speaker Corey Johnson for Comptroller.
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