New York Headlines

  • NYC Parks Department employee allegedly ran massive illegal gun ring

    (by Craig McCarthy for The New York Post 54 minutes ago)
    The NYPD and Manhattan District Attorney busted an illegal gun ring that ran weapons up from Georgia to New York City — with a 33-year-old Parks Department employee as the accused kingpin, officials said Tuesday. Authorities arrested five men — three city residents and two Georgia men — and seized more than three dozen “street...
  • Holocaust survivor claims he was molested in NYC by pedophile pediatrician

    (by Emily Saul for The New York Post an hour ago)
    A 79-year-old Holocaust survivor has become the latest to sue dead pedophile pediatrician Reginald Archibald, claiming the serial predator sexually abused him for years at the Madison Square Boys Club. The man, who is identified in court papers only as C.M., says Archibald molested him over a five-year-period after his family fled Poland for New...
  • Albany judge deems state Prosecutorial Conduct Commission unconstitutional

    (by Bernadette Hogan for The New York Post an hour ago)
    ALBANY — An Albany judge delivered a major win to district attorneys Tuesday night, striking a controversial law that would have allowed the probing of state prosecutors by a state panel. The law created a Commission on Prosecutorial Conduct empowered with investigating accusations of wrongdoing by prosecutors. The panel would be able to call a...
  • For John Bolton, an ‘Upside-Down World’ After Trump Revelation

    (by Peter Baker for The New York Times 3 hours ago)
    Democrats who once derided him now want him to testify at President Trump’s impeachment trial while some of his erstwhile Republican friends are throwing him to the curb.
  • Trump’s Defense Team Discounts Bolton as Republicans Work to Hold Off Witnesses

    (by Nicholas Fandos for The New York Times 4 hours ago)
    The president’s legal team completed its impeachment defense and Republicans huddled to discuss whether to call new witnesses.
  • Barr, Targeting Anti-Semitic Crimes, Enters Bail Reform Fray

    (by Jesse McKinley and Michael Gold for The New York Times 5 hours ago)
    The attorney general levied federal hate-crime charges against a woman accused of anti-Semitic assaults, including one after she was released without bail.
  • For 25 Years in Prison, He Said He Was Innocent. A Judge Just Agreed

    (by Alan Feuer for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
    Rafael Ruiz always maintained he did not take part in a gang rape in 1984.
  • Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases

    (by Eric Lipton and Alan Rappeport for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.
  • Fotis Dulos, Charged With Killing His Wife, Jennifer, Attempts Suicide

    (by Neil Vigdor and Michael Gold for The New York Times 9 hours ago)
    Mr. Dulos apparently tried to kill himself at home in Connecticut. His wife had gone missing after dropping off their five children at school.
  • Elizabeth Warren’s Final Pitch in Iowa

    (by Rob Fischer for The New Yorker 15 hours ago)
    Rob Fischer writes on Elizabeth Warren’s campaign in Iowa in the final moments before the Democratic Presidential primary caucus, and her pitch against her rivals Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.
  • The Bolton Bombshell, Impeachment, and the Unwaveringly Pro-Trump G.O.P.

    (by Susan B. Glasser for The New Yorker 1 day, 5 hours ago)
    Susan Glasser writes about the revelation in John Bolton’s manuscript, Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate, and the arguments made by the President’s lawyer Kenneth Starr on Monday.
  • What Happens When the News Is Gone?

    (by Charles Bethea for The New Yorker 1 day, 20 hours ago)
    Charles Bethea writes on Jones County, North Carolina, where, as in many other places around the country, local journalism has almost entirely dried up.

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