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Trump Violated Gag Order Seven More Times, Prosecutors Say

Mr. Trump violated gag order with social media posts during criminal trial, prosecutors seeking contempt charges, judge to decide after hearing other allegations. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Here's a Recap of Day 1 of Trump's Criminal Trial

The criminal trial of Donald J. Trump began, involving evidence of coordination with The National Enquirer for publicity and exclusion of sexual assault allegations from the trial. [ more ]
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3 days ago
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Access Hollywood' Tape Won't Be Played for Jurors in Trump Trial

The judge in Donald J. Trump's criminal trial allowed the comments from the Access Hollywood tape to be introduced as evidence but ruled against playing the actual video. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Trump trial: Difficult search begins for impartial jury

Criminal trial of Donald Trump begins with difficulty finding impartial jurors due to high-profile nature of the case. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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As Trial Looms, Trump Plays to a Jury of Millions

Donald Trump is preparing for his criminal trial, aiming to narrate his way to victory and potential return to the White House by strategically challenging the accusations and judicial procedures. [ more ]
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8 hours ago
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Live Updates: Trump's Trial Enters Third Day With 7 Jurors Chosen

Former President Trump is using his legal troubles as a rallying cry for re-election, dismissing charges as part of a scheme orchestrated by opponents. [ more ]
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3 hours ago
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What We Know About Why Two Trump Jurors Were Dismissed

Selecting a jury for Donald Trump's trial is challenging due to his polarizing nature, with two jurors excused for identity concerns and credibility issues. [ more ]
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8 hours ago
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Trump's 'hush money' NYC trial live updates: Ex-prez returning to court today; 7 jurors picked so far

Donald Trump is undergoing jury selection for a criminal trial over hush money payments, a first for a former US president. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Fairness, a Trump Obsession, Is Central to Jury Selection in His Trial

Donald Trump views the world through a lens of fairness for himself and his supporters. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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As Trump Runs in 2024, His 2016 Tactics Are on Trial

The Manhattan criminal trial of Donald J. Trump is partly a referendum on his tactics during his first presidential campaign. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Day 1 of Trump's Criminal Trial: Five Takeaways

The criminal trial of former President Trump, charged with falsifying business records to cover up payment to Stormy Daniels, has commenced in a Democratic county in New York. [ more ]
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4 hours ago
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Two jurors booted from Trump trial, including NYC nurse who said she couldn't be 'unbiased,' man accused of lying about criminal past

Jurors dismissed in Trump's hush money trial due to bias and potential past criminal activity. [ more ]
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2 hours ago
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Rep. Ilhan Omar's Daughter Suspended for Involvement in Columbia Protest

Isra Hirsi, daughter of Representative Ilhan Omar, suspended from Barnard College for participating in pro-Palestinian encampment at Columbia University. [ more ]
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7 hours ago
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At least 4 anti-Israel protesters, including 1 minor, arrested on Columbia University campus

Arrests made near Columbia University tent protest. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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24-year-old straphanger slashed inside Rockefeller Center subway station in unprovoked attack

The victim, a 24-year-old straphanger, was slashed in an unprovoked attack inside a Manhattan subway station. The suspect is being sought by police. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Cops who fatally shot knife-wielding Kawaski Trawick inside his apartment in 2019 'acted within the law': NYPD

The NYPD officers involved in the shooting of Kawaski Trawick will not face internal disciplinary charges. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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NYPD tells cops to curb parking on public sidewalks near precincts

The NYPD is being ordered to curb the practice of parking their cars on sidewalks, including in front of fire hydrants and crosswalks. [ more ]
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2 hours ago
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Volunteers scramble to rescue Torah scrolls buried in rubble after NY synagogue burns down: 'It was a sad sight'

Volunteers rescued sacred Torah scrolls post-synagogue fire in NY. [ more ]
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4 hours ago
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Here's the latest on the protests.

Columbia University police arrested protesters at a Gaza war-related demonstration on campus. [ more ]
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2 hours ago
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Fake Priest Who Targeted Churches Across U.S. Is Arrested, Sheriff Says

The man who impersonated a priest to steal from churches in multiple states was arrested in California. [ more ]
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6 hours ago
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After Reports About Trump Jurors, Judge Demands Restraint From the Press

Judge ordered reporters not to disclose jurors' employment information to protect their identities. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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El Chapo's desperate pleas for more supermax prison visits, calls with wife, daughters rejected

A Brooklyn federal judge rejected El Chapo's request for more contact with family, directing him to address the Bureau of Prisons. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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As Prospective Jurors Answer Questions, They Struggle to Remain Anonymous

Ensuring juror privacy in high-profile cases can be challenging, as demonstrated by inadvertent disclosures during jury selection for Donald J. Trump's trial. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Prosecutors and Defense Lawyers Begin to Seat Jurors for Trump Trial

The selection of jurors for the first criminal prosecution of a former American president is challenging due to the deep unpopularity of the former president in the city. [ more ]
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3 days ago
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Judge in Trump's Criminal Trial Declines to Recuse Himself

Judge Merchan declines to step aside from Trump's criminal trial in Manhattan, emphasizing the commitment to follow the law and ensure justice. [ more ]
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20 hours ago
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Top Adviser to Mayor Adams Is Hit With a Second Harassment Lawsuit

Mayor Eric Adams's confidant Timothy Pearson sued twice in a month for alleged harassment and retaliation against female colleagues. [ more ]
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9 hours ago
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Shocking video captures moment protester near Columbia University yells 'We're all Hamas,' 'Long live Hamas'

The protest near Columbia University involved a protester declaring support for Hamas amid tensions between pro-Israel and pro-Palestine demonstrators. [ more ]
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22 hours ago
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'Hoolies' gangbangers convicted after NYC street war shootings including stray bullet killing of baby: DA

Gang members convicted for Brooklyn shootings, including the stray-bullet slaying of a baby. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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NYC subway shove victim's aunt wants to rip alleged killer's 'f-king heart out' and says he's not mentally ill- just 'vicious'

Family member expresses anger towards alleged killer and rejects mental illness as an excuse. [ more ]
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19 hours ago
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Legal bid seeks to knock AOC off ballot line for left-wing Working Families Party: 'Too involved in social experimentation'

A legal challenge aims to remove Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from the left-leaning Working Families Party ballot line in an attempt to diminish the party's influence. [ more ]
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23 hours ago
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NYC high schooler creates astonishingly accurate AI algorithm for 911 callers to get help they actually need

High schooler designs AI to improve 911 responses, leading to faster aid and cost savings. [ more ]
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22 hours ago
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Number of vacant NYC storefronts has nearly doubled since the pandemic: 'Creating havoc'

Empty retail space in NYC has almost doubled since the pandemic, causing various issues like homelessness and theft. [ more ]
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20 hours ago
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In Congress, Columbia's Leaders Try to Please. At Home, They Face Anger.

University president faced tough questions on antisemitism but committed to addressing the issue. [ more ]
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22 hours ago
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Starving Albany lawmakers resort to eating corndogs amid late-budget pay freeze

What they should be hungry for is a budget deal. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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A Cyberattack Could Make N.Y. State's Late Budget Even Later

A cyberattack on the New York State Bill Drafting Commission disrupted the budget process, leading to potential delays and reverting to antiquated computer systems. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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A Cyberattack Could Make N.Y. State's Late Budget Even Later

Cyberattacks can disrupt critical governmental processes, like budget negotiations, necessitating a shift back to less sophisticated systems. [ more ]
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20 hours ago
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In Congress, Columbia's Leaders Try to Please. At Home, They Face Anger.

Educational institutions face challenges in addressing antisemitism amid student activism. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Stefanik Has Taken Aim at Elite College Presidents

Representative Elise Stefanik has significantly influenced elite universities by scrutinizing issues of antisemitism, gaining national attention and accolades. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Top 10 states with longest work commutes revealed - No. 1 may not surprise you

New Yorkers have the longest commute times, averaging approximately 33.2 minutes one-way to work. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Who Are the Columbia Professors Mentioned in the House Hearing?

Several Columbia faculty members and particularly their apparent pro-Palestinian stances were in the spotlight at Wednesday's hearing.
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1 day ago
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Lincoln Center's Summer Festival to Focus on Civic Bonds

Summer for the City festival at Lincoln Center focuses on community, civic engagement, and diversity, featuring participatory events and promoting broader genres to appeal to a younger audience. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Blue Man Group founder turns his head into wild canvas for wearable art - he's 'making baldness cool'

Chris Wink, Blue Man Group co-founder, expresses creativity through intricate 'art fins' on his bald head. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Man called gym coach 'f**king pervert' and accused him of inappropriately touching his wife, WRC hears

Gym operator defends decision to ban former member due to alleged conduct towards staff. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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'Sal the Shoemaker' pleads guilty to operating Mafia gambling ring out of Long Island shop

Illegal gambling ring run by Long Island cobbler for Mafia exposed post-shutdown due to COVID.
Mobsters used seemingly innocent business fronts like gelato shops for illegal gambling activities. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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This gay man had to flee Ghana after a violent attack. He's finally been granted asylum

Seeking asylum is a treacherous journey for LGBTQ+ individuals fleeing persecution. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Shooters on scooters gun down 4 people in New York City, killing 1, police say; suspect in custody

Authorities in New York City reported a shooting incident involving scooter riders, resulting in one fatality and three injuries. Police are investigating the incident to determine the motive. [ more ]
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Senator Menendez, Charged in Bribery Scheme, May Blame His Wife

Senator Menendez may blame his wife for involvement in a criminal conspiracy, potentially revealing communications that could exonerate him but incriminate her. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Fairness, a Trump obsession, Is Central to Jury Selection for His Criminal Trial

Donald J. Trump often views the world in terms of fairness, believing he is treated unfairly by news outlets, political rivals, and prosecutors. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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2 masked gunmen on scooters kill 1 man, injure 3 others in NYC shooting

The incident involved two masked gunmen riding on scooters, who opened fire on a group in the Bronx, resulting in one fatality and three injuries. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Protesters Disrupt Mayor Adams's Speech to Business Leaders

Protesters disrupt Mayor Adams speech accusing him of favoring real estate over working-class New Yorkers [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Day 2 of Trump's Criminal Trial: Five Takeaways

The process of jury selection in Donald J. Trump's criminal trial poses challenges due to potential biases and political demographics. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Prospective Jurors Are Dismissed in Dozens as Trump's Trial Begins

Picking an impartial jury in the criminal case of People of the State of New York vs. Donald J. Trump proves challenging due to public sentiment against the former president. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Inside the Manhattan Courtroom at the Center of American Politics

Intense public interest in former President Trump's trial impacts jury selection process. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Top NYC Board of Elections lawyer runs for judgeship - but her petitions have been challenged

Hemalee Patel, the city Board of Elections' top lawyer, is facing objections to disqualify her from running for a civil court judge position in Brooklyn. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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Mayor Adams Pushes to Hire Ex-Giuliani Deputy as New York's Top Lawyer

Mayor Eric Adams is looking to replace NYC's top lawyer with Randy Mastro for a more assertive defender. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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A Quiet Sunday Night in Syracuse, and Then a Deadly Ambush

The deadliest day in Syracuse police history in over 30 years unfolded during a tense confrontation involving officers tracking a suspect with an assault rifle. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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NYC bouncer accused of fatally stabbing rowdy patron when bar brawl spilled into street: cops

A bouncer was charged with manslaughter for fatally stabbing a patron during a dispute over a drink bill outside a Brooklyn bar. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Will a Housing Deal Make New York More Affordable?

New York State officials are working on a housing law package to address high housing costs and shortage issues in the state. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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NYC parents give failing grade to public school class size law that could see 12K new teachers

Parents group criticizes law limiting classroom sizes in NYC public schools, potentially requiring 12,000 new teachers. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Live Updates: Trump's Criminal Trial to Resume With More Jury Selection

A convicted individual may run for president in the U.S., facing unique legal challenges and no formal restrictions, potentially setting uncharted legal precedents. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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In the Hamptons, a Grim Paradox Revealed

Undocumented immigrants in the Hamptons live in encampments during winter, juxtaposed with opulent summer homes, highlighting income disparities. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Hundreds of African migrants swarm NYC City Hall after they were falsely promised green cards

A large group of African migrants gathered outside City Hall, hoping to participate in a hearing on their experiences in the city shelter system. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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What No One Seems to Know About Honking in New York

Honking your horn in New York City is often illegal, with laws dating back to the 1930s. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Atlantic City Mayor Accused of Beating and Punching His Teenage Daughter

The mayor of Atlantic City, N.J., Marty Small Sr., and his wife, La'Quetta Small, are accused of physically and emotionally abusing their teenage daughter. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Lawmakers Question Bank of America About Leon Black's Payments to Epstein

A U.S. Senate committee investigating the tax avoidance work that Jeffrey Epstein, the registered sex offender, did for the private equity mogul Leon Black has questioned Bank of America over Mr. Black's hefty payments to Mr. Epstein, according to a letter viewed by The New York Times.
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2 days ago
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What No One Seems to Know About Honking in New York

Honking your car horn in New York City is often illegal, with laws dating back to the 1930s. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Farewell, and Thanks, to a Man Who Kept Kids Safe

The story of a crossing guard, Richard Henderson, who plays a crucial role in the lives of students at a private school in Manhattan. [ more ]
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3 days ago
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Upstate NY officers killed in shootout with gun-wielding madman ID'd as Michael Jensen, Michael Hoosock

The tragic incident involving the deaths of two law-enforcement officers and the gunman after a shootout in Syracuse. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Patti Astor, Doyenne of New York's Avant-Garde Scene, Dies at 74

Patti Astor, co-founder of Fun Gallery in the 1980s, nurtured young graffiti artists and showcased talents like Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Philharmonic Sidelines 2 Players It Tried to Fire for Misconduct

The New York Philharmonic faces challenges in handling misconduct allegations against two players. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Hochul Announces $237 Billion Budget, Including a Housing Deal

New York State leaders agreed on a $237 billion budget focusing on combating housing shortages, with intense debates on various proposed changes. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Infectious disease spread by rat urine seeps into NYC after record high 2023: officials

Leptospirosis, spread by rat urine, is on the rise in NYC, causing various illnesses and posing a major health concern amid climate change. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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Lee Zeldin says he would consider serving in a Trump White House as he stumps for ex-president

Lee Zeldin open to serving in a Trump administration if former president returns to power. [ more ]
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3 days ago
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2 Police Officers Are Killed in Shootout Near Syracuse, N.Y.

Two police officers were killed in a shootout near Syracuse during a stolen vehicle investigation. [ more ]
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3 days ago
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Live Updates: Trump Trial Poised to Begin, a Criminal Case Without Precedent

New Yorkers report for jury duty in Manhattan for trial of former U.S. president amidst intense vetting and questioning processes. [ more ]
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3 days ago
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What to Know About Jury Selection in Trump's Manhattan Criminal Case

Jurors in Manhattan will participate in the selection process for the trial of a former U.S. president, facing intense scrutiny and questioning from both prosecutors and defense lawyers. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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Stacks of Cash at Menendez Home Were Not From His Bank, Prosecutors Say

Senator Menendez's corruption trial is revealing details about the cash found at his home, suggesting it was provided by another person. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Three shot, one in the face, in chaotic night of NYC violence

Police reported separate shooting incidents in Brooklyn and Queens with multiple victims, all in stable condition. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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Marcus Anthony Eriz sentenced to 40 years after gunning down 6-year-old during road rage incident

A man was sentenced to 40 years in prison for gunning down a 6-year-old boy in a road rage incident on a California highway. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Prisoner accused of raping, terrorizing his NYC diplomat wife whines that he's traumatized by life in Rikers

The wife of a Saudi diplomat in the US was severely abused and threatened by her husband, leading to criminal charges. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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NYC correction officers union argues federal court takeover of Rikers would leave violence-plagued prison in 'chaos'

The Correction Officers' Benevolent Association opposes a federal takeover of Rikers Island, expressing concerns about safety and implying progress under current leadership. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Headless man fished out of NYC waters in grisly find may have hanged himself from nearby bridge: NYPD

A man's headless body found near Jamaica Bay may have hanged himself, marking the fourth body discovered in the area since November. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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NYC school worker busted for allegedly sending inappropriate texts to multiple boys: NYPD

A city Department of Education worker in the Bronx was busted for allegedly sending inappropriate texts to four boys, the NYPD said.
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5 days ago
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Jewish NYC principal ousted after pressure campaign from Israel-hating parents counsel, she says: 'They hate me'

Principal Esther Shali-Ogli believes her support for Israel led to her removal. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Doc told Salman Rushdie he was 'lucky' after near-fatal 2022 stabbing, author reveals in first TV interview since shocking attack

Salman Rushdie's survival in the knife attack was attributed to the attacker's lack of proficiency in using the weapon. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Towering Vessel' Sculpture at Hudson Yards Will Reopen After Suicides

The Vessel at Hudson Yards, closed due to suicides, will reopen with new safety measures including steel mesh on staircases. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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NYC mother becomes suicidal after decade of seizures - until docs find tapeworm eggs in her brain

A New York mother suffered from tapeworm larvae infestation in her brain causing chronic seizures and severe emotional distress. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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N.Y.P.D. Commissioner Won't Punish Officers in Bronx Man's Killing

The New York City police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Kawasaki Trawick will not be punished as they acted within the law. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Shrill, ear-splitting on-and-off noise torments Brooklyn neighborhood at all hours: 'Annoying as hell'

Residents in Bedford-Suyvesant have been disturbed by a loud, high-pitched noise for over a month. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Squatter sublets NYC apartment while owing 'betrayed' landlord $72K in rent

A squatter avoided paying rent for 3 years, making $72,000, then sublet the unit for profit, exploiting landlord and loopholes in housing laws. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Lewis Hamilton, Swizz Beatz and Nine Inch Nails Toast Influential Artists

Artist Titus Kaphar was honored at the Brooklyn Artists Ball for his work at the Brooklyn Museum. [ more ]
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6 days ago
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Anti-Violence Activist Says N.Y.P.D. Leaders Defamed Her Over Criticism

Dana Rachlin, an anti-violence activist from Brooklyn, faced retaliation from the New York Police Department after publicly accusing a former precinct commander of violent policing. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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'Millions of Cats,' oldest American picture book still in print, and its famous NYC author being honored at the Whitney

Oldest American picture book 'Millions of Cats' by Wanda Gág celebrated at Whitney Museum. [ more ]
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5 days ago
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Porsche-driving Long Island squatters evicted by sheriff's deputies who changed locks, removed their belongings

Accused squatters evicted from home after duping judge with false claims. [ more ]
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