New York Headlines
(by THOMAS TRACY, ESHA RAY, RICH SCHAPIRO for The Daily News 42 minutes ago)
The 5-year-old sister of a Brooklyn boy who was killed by a dislodged flower box witnessed the freak accident, police sources said Friday.
(by Associated Press for The New York Post an hour ago)
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says he hasn’t returned to his New York City home because “going back is very expensive for the country.” Trump tells Fox News in an interview Friday that he feels “guilty” when he returns to Trump Tower because authorities close surrounding streets and “I hate to see the New Yorkers...
(by Ross Keith for The Daily News an hour ago)
The web slinger's a menace!
(by Ruth Brown for The New York Post an hour ago)
A group of Brooklyn graffiti artists is threatening to sue McDonald’s after the fast-food giant hamburglarized their work for an ad. McDonald’s commissioned several Bushwick street artists to appear in a video promoting the “New York Bagel Supreme” burger in the Netherlands. But its video, titled “McDonald’s Presents the Vibe of Bushwick NY,” also included...
(by ADAM SHRIER, Thomas Tracy for The Daily News an hour ago)
The attacker plunged a knife twice into the victim's chest as they quarreled outside a restaurant, cops said.
(by Danielle Furfaro for The New York Post 2 hours ago)
New Jersey Transit might have to cut in half the number of trains that come into Penn Station while Amtrak does weekday repairs, which could lead to extreme overcrowding, the agency head warned Friday. NJT Executive Director Steven Santoro told the New Jersey Legislature that Amtrak showed him a plan to tackle the repairs this...
(by NELSON D. SCHWARTZ for The New York Times 4 hours ago)
A Carmax salesman showing a vehicle in Doral, Fla. Spending on goods was slow in the first quarter of the year, despite rising consumer confidence since President Trump’s election.
(by J. DAVID GOODMAN for The New York Times 4 hours ago)
Mayor Bill de Blasio defended Joseph Ponte, the city’s correction commissioner, after an investigation found that Mr. Ponte had used a department car to travel to Maine on multiple occasions last year.
(by THOMAS KAPLAN for The New York Times 8 hours ago)
Speaker Paul D. Ryan on Thursday. Congress’s approval of a spending measure avoided the political embarrassment of a shutdown occurring on Saturday, President Trump’s 100th day in office.
(by for The New York Times 11 hours ago)
Sunrise over the White House in January.
(by EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS and NATE SCHWEBER for The New York Times 12 hours ago)
Approaching the newly opened bridge on Friday.
(by WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ for The New York Times 19 hours ago)
Joseph Ponte, the commissioner of the New York City Correction Department, spent 90 days outside the city last year, according to a report.
(by Jonathan Blitzer for The New Yorker 1 day, 12 hours ago)
Canada by Choice is a small, family-run immigration consultancy in Windsor, Ontario. It gives legal advice to people who are interested in moving to Canada and helps them fill out the necessary paperwork to enter the country. Hussein Zarif has worked on marketing and outreach at the company for the past four years—it’s his job to find clients and connect ...
(by John Cassidy for The New Yorker 2 days, 6 hours ago)
“This is quite an historic day for us . . . We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to do something really big,” Gary Cohn, the former president of Goldman Sachs, who now serves as President Trump’s top economic adviser, told reporters at the White House on Wednesday. Trump’s desire to reform the U.S. tax code is big—clearly—but the actual plan, which ...
(by Mary Pilon for The New Yorker 2 days, 11 hours ago)
Last Wednesday, Serena Williams posted a selfie to Snapchat that showed her in a bright yellow one-piece swimsuit, her body cocked to the side to reveal a small but distinct baby bump. Beneath the photo was the caption “20 weeks.” Fans on the Internet went wild, then did some arithmetic, and determined that, if Williams was indeed twenty weeks into ...
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