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A Mayor and the Challenge of Making the City Safer
Eric Adams made public safety a campaign issue. Now, as mayor, he will be held accountable.
Man shot dead inside car in Brooklyn
A 34-year-old man was fatally shot inside a car in Brooklyn on Monday night, police said.
Carl Heastie gets 'called out' after going maskless in Albany store
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie went maskless inside an Albany store on Monday - and was chewed out by a patron for the display that came less than two weeks after he tested positive for COVID-19.
School bus driver arrested in fatal hit-and-run of Brooklyn teen
A school bus driver was arrested for fatally striking a 15-year-old girl in Brooklyn on Monday morning, police said.
Lawmakers demand new heat regulations following deadly Bronx fire
Top New York politicians demanded Monday that Congress impose new regulations on privately-run housing complexes that receive federal subsidies in the aftermath of the horrific Bronx housing tower fire that left 17 people dead - including eight children.
Rep. Tom Suozzi has raised $5M+ for governor run while fellow Dem Hochul boasts $12M
ALBANY - Rep. Tom Suozzi has over $5 million to spend on his run to be New York's next governor - less than half what incumbent Gov. Kathy Hochul has raised to defend against his and New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams' Democratic primary challenge.
Eric Adams Ran on Making New York Safer. A Subway Killing Poses a Test.
The mayor, who made improving public safety a theme of his campaign, is dealing with the fallout from a high-profile death in Times Square.
'In a state of shock': Family of subway-shove victim Michelle Go breaks silence
The family of Times Square subway-shove victim Michelle Go broke their silence Monday, saying they are "in a state of shock" after she was randomly pushed in front of a train and killed.
Embattled Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg huddles with PR pro, Preet Bharara over soft-on-crime uproar
Embattled Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is consulting a crisis communications specialist to try to douse the firestorm of outrage over his soft-on-crime progressive policies, The Post has learned.
Candlelight vigil planned for subway-shove victim Michelle Go in Times Square
A local Asian group plans to hold a candlelight vigil in Times Square on Tuesday to remember fatal-subway- shove victim Michelle Go - and demand City Hall better address its community's concerns.