New York Headlines

  • Feds revive probe of Eric Garner chokehold death

    (by Bruce Golding, Shawn Cohen for The New York Post 8 minutes ago)
    The feds have revived the grand jury probe into the NYPD chokehold death of Eric Garner — and a police witness who was questioned in front of the panel believes an indictment is looming, sources told The Post on Thursday. A high-ranking NYPD official and a sergeant testified behind closed doors in the Brooklyn federal...
  • Larry Johnson hasn’t paid $2.7K dentist bill

    (by Julia Marsh for The New York Post 29 minutes ago)
    Former New York Knick Larry Johnson made a legendary 4-point play in a 1999 to help his team reach the finals, now he can’t pay a four-figure dental bill, according to a new lawsuit. Manhattan dentist Sheldon Nadler has been trying to collect $2,700 from the ex-NBA star for over two years since a Jan....
  • Racist killer planned to slay more black men in Times Square

    (by GRAHAM RAYMAN, SHAYNA JACOBS, LARRY McSHANE for The Daily News 46 minutes ago)
    James Harris Jackson, 28, learned of the new charge at a Manhattan hearing a after the acknowledged racist surrendered Wednesday morning.
  • House Vote to Repeal Affordable Care Act Is Postponed, Despite Trump’s Effort

    (by JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS, ROBERT PEAR and THOMAS KAPLAN for The New York Times 54 minutes ago)
    Represenatives Jim Jordan of Ohio and Raul R. Labrador of Idaho, members of the House Freedom Caucus, discussed the American Health Care Act on Thursday.
  • Bronx pimp who branded women gets 12 years in prison

    (by for The Daily News 54 minutes ago)
    A Bronx man, who branded women he forced into prostitution, was sentenced to 12 years in prison, authorities said Thursday.
  • De Blasio dodges questions, then bails on press conference

    (by Yoav Gonen for The New York Post 58 minutes ago)
    An irate Mayor de Blasio abruptly cut short a Midtown press conference on Thursday because reporters wouldn’t ask questions about the longshot mansion tax he’s pushing in Albany. As he’s done throughout his administration, Hizzoner refused to respond to questions he considers “off topic” — even on Wednesday’s shocking killing of a black man by...
  • For First Time, City Presents Plan to Send Part of Manhattan's Garment District to Brooklyn

    (by Michael Scotto for NY1 News an hour ago)
    For the first time, the city has detailed a controversial proposal that could send a big part of Manhattan's garment district across the river to Brooklyn.
  • Young Entrepreneurs Get Expert Help for Marketing Their Products

    (by Roger Clark for NY1 News an hour ago)
    Young entrepreneurs from across the country are in town to get some expert help marketing their products as part of a 30-year-old program that helps prepare students for college and beyond.
  • Wake Begins for Slain FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo

    (by NY1 News for NY1 News an hour ago)
    Friends, family, and fellow FDNY EMTs are gathering Thursday to remember Yadira Arroyo at her wake in the Bronx.
  • Disturbing pics show innocent Brooklyn cat attacked with crossbow

    (by THOMAS TRACY for The Daily News an hour ago)
    Police are offering $2,500 for info about the vicious attack on Whitney the cat at Gerritsen Beach.
  • Live Briefing: Lacking the Votes for Passage, House Calls Off Obamacare Repeal Vote

    (by THOMAS KAPLAN, ROBERT PEAR and EMMARIE HUETTEMAN for The New York Times an hour ago)
    President Donald Trump spoke at a rally at the Kentucky Exposition Center on Monday in Louisville, Ky.
  • Fact Check: Trump Misleads About The Times’s Reporting on Surveillance

    (by LINDA QIU for The New York Times 3 hours ago)
    President Trump on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
  • Army Veteran Is Charged With Murder as a Hate Crime in Fatal Stabbing

    (by ELI ROSENBERG and ASHLEY SOUTHALL for The New York Times 5 hours ago)
    James Harris Jackson at Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday.
  • Albany’s Latest Scandal: 2 More Are Accused of Corruption

    (by JESSE McKINLEY for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
    Robert G. Ortt, a Republican state senator from the Niagara Falls area, was indicted on Wednesday.
  • To the City, a Pollution Fighter. To Some Residents, an Eyesore

    (by SARAH MASLIN NIR for The New York Times 12 hours ago)
    Jeanette Romano is not pleased with the bioswale placed in front of her house in Queens. She has spent $2,600 to repair what she says was poorly laid concrete after the pit was dug.
  • Terror and Dismay in London

    (by Anthony Lane for The New Yorker 23 hours ago)
    This afternoon in London, a man drove a car across Westminster Bridge, heading from the south bank of the Thames to the north. It appears that he deliberately drove into pedestrians and policemen who were using the bridge at the time. The car then approached the Palace of Westminster, where the Houses of Parliament are located, and crashed into the ...
  • Weaponizing the Past

    (by Jill Lepore for The New Yorker 3 days, 17 hours ago)
    On the night of April 9, 1931, James M. Kiley, thirty-nine, was shot with a .32-calibre pistol at a gas station in Somerville, Massachusetts, during a botched holdup. Kiley, the night manager, had twenty-four dollars in his pocket; the cash in the register was untouched. Herman Snyder, nineteen, was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to death. “Well, that’s ...
  • The Reclusive Hedge-Fund Tycoon Behind the Trump Presidency

    (by Jane Mayer for The New Yorker 6 days, 17 hours ago)
    Last month, when President Donald Trump toured a Boeing aircraft plant in North Charleston, South Carolina, he saw a familiar face in the crowd that greeted him: Patrick Caddell, a former Democratic political operative and pollster who, for forty-five years, has been prodding insurgent Presidential candidates to attack the Washington establishment. Caddell, who lives in Charleston, is perhaps best known ...

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