New York Headlines
(by GREG B. SMITH for The Daily News 16 minutes ago)
A City Council hopeful simultaneously claimed primary residences at two different Queens addresses, records show.
(by VICTORIA BEKIEMPIS for The Daily News 53 minutes ago)
Hip hop pioneer Kidd Creole pleaded not guilty Wednesday to stabbing a homeless man to death in Murray Hill.
(by Tamar Lapin for The New York Post an hour ago)
This is the spectacular moment a lightning bolt strikes One World Trade Center during an overnight electrical storm in New York. Striking footage shot during Tuesday night and Wednesday morning’s storm shows the massive bolt illuminating dark skies and hitting the spire of the Manhattan tower. Temperatures will be noticeably cooler Wednesday than a day...
(by Daniel Prendergast for The New York Post an hour ago)
A masseur went ballistic on a colleague at a Queens spa when the victim allegedly poached a customer they had been competing over, police said. Surveillance video released Wednesday shows the victim sitting on a bench when his attacker comes in and starts punching him in the head near the front desk of the spa,...
(by NY1 News for NY1 News an hour ago)
Mayor Bill de Blasio is going up against challenger Sal Albanese at Symphony Space on the Upper West Side tonight.
(by Jennifer Bain, Tea Kvetenadze, Lia Eustachewich for The New York Post an hour ago)
The Summer of Hell rolls on! A train with mechanical problems at DeKalb Avenue in Brooklyn caused a morning of massive delays Wednesday along eight subway lines. The B, D, E, F, M, N, Q and R lines ran with delays during the morning rush and some lines had service changes — leaving sweaty straphangers...
(by CHARLES V. BAGLI for The New York Times 2 hours ago)
The luxury recession in SoHo has kept some sites and storefronts empty for years, as rents have climbed past what retailers can afford.
(by ADAM SHRIER, THOMAS TRACY for The Daily News 3 hours ago)
A train derailment and crippling subway delays created a morning rush-hour nightmare for thousands of commuters getting into Manhattan.
(by MARK LANDLER and MAGGIE HABERMAN for The New York Times 5 hours ago)
Supporters cheered for President Trump as he arrived Tuesday for a campaign rally in Phoenix.
(by SIMON ROMERO for The New York Times 10 hours ago)
A protester threw a tear gas canister back at the police in Phoenix on Tuesday night.
(by for The New York Times 12 hours ago)
At a rally in Phoenix, President Trump also threatened to shut down the government if Congress did not agree to finance construction of a Mexican border wall.
(by Erin Clarke for NY1 News 14 hours ago)
The city has rolled out a program to help non-profits with limited real estate experience avoid fraud and costly mistakes as they try to partner with developers to build on their land.
(by NY1 News for NY1 News 15 hours ago)
More than 5,000 people all dressed in white gather for the 7th annual Diner en Blanc pop-up picnic in Manhattan.
(by WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM for The New York Times 17 hours ago)
Mayor Bill de Blasio has defended his practice of asking his staff to help campaign donors, and said he would continue to do so.
(by BENJAMIN MUELLER for The New York Times 23 hours ago)
Karyn Rivers, 55, at a respite center in Gramercy Park, an alternative to a hospital where guests receive group counseling, peer support and connections to psychiatrists.
(by Amy Davidson Sorkin for The New Yorker 1 day, 2 hours ago)
Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about President Donald Trump’s speech about an escalation of troop levels in the war in Afghanistan.
(by Jeffrey Frank for The New Yorker 1 day, 8 hours ago)
Jeffrey Frank writes about the wealth of information that we will eventually learn about the Trump Presidency from the people working for him.
(by Benjamin Wallace-Wells for The New Yorker 1 day, 19 hours ago)
Benjamin Wallace-Wells writes about the alt-right rally and counter-protests in Boston, and the limited practicality of Donald Trump’s ideology.
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