New York Headlines
(by JOHN ANNESE for The Daily News 20 minutes ago)
A minivan slammed through the plate glass of a Bronx convenience store.
(by NY1 News for NY1 News 2 hours ago)
Crews are responding to a power outage to a building in Forest Hills after a defective cable caused three manholes to smoke, according to Con Edison officials.
(by Leonard Greene for The Daily News 2 hours ago)
Brooklyn Democrat Priscilla Wooten, who served 20 years on the City Council despite backing Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, has died.
(by Lori Chung for NY1 News 3 hours ago)
Sunday in the city has been truly a beauty, and most New Yorkers wasted no time enjoying the unseasonably warm weather.
(by MEGAN TWOHEY and SCOTT SHANE for The New York Times 3 hours ago)
President Trump on his way to Charleston, S.C., on Friday. Although he has expressed hope that the United States and Russia can work together, it is unclear if the White House will take a privately submitted peace proposal for Ukraine seriously.
(by Erin Durkin for The Daily News 3 hours ago)
Declaring “I am a Muslim, too,” Mayor de Blasio and protesters rallied against President Trump’s immigration policies.
(by Lauren Collins for The New Yorker 4 hours ago)
Wasil awoke to the sound of a knife ripping through nylon. Although he was only twelve years old, he was living alone in a small tent at a refugee camp in Calais, France, known as the Jungle. Men entered his tent; he couldn’t tell how many. A pair of hands gripped his throat. He shouted. It was raining, and the ...
(by Kirstan Conley, Carl Campanile for The New York Post 4 hours ago)
Gov. Cuomo is drawing ire from both sides of the political aisle over his spending plan, which recommends slashing a funding stream for disease-prevention and -control programs by 20 percent. The plan, if approved by the Legislature, would consolidate 39 public-health appropriations that are “duplicative and overlap” into four programs — disease prevention and control,...
(by RUTH BASHINSKY for The New York Times 5 hours ago)
The 9/11 Memorial. Many visitors did not know about the 1993 attack at the World Trade Center.
(by WINNIE HU for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
Ruth Brunn, 98, taking her medicinal marijuana with vitamin water at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale in New York City earlier this month.
(by SARAH MASLIN NIR and NIKITA STEWART for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
A man lay injured on the ramp to the underground garage at the World Trade Center after the bombing on Feb. 26, 1993.
(by Carl Campanile for The New York Post 7 hours ago)
New York’s well-heeled philanthropic groups are doling out big bucks to resist President Trump’s immigration policies and defend targeted social welfare and environmental programs. The Brooklyn Community Foundation created a $1 million Immigrant Rights Fund to support “civil resistance” efforts to battle Trump’s executive order banning travelers from seven Muslim majority countries and to aid...
(by Lauren Steussy for The New York Post 10 hours ago)
Move over, hipsters — there’s a ruffer contingent in town. Coqui zips around Manhattan on a skateboard. He favors Converse-like sneakers, mirrored aviator sunglasses and a baseball cap. Pals have given him the nickname “Shaggy” for his perfectly messy blond do, which falls into his face with a certain boy-band insouciance. Coqui is 11. And...
(by PETER BAKER and RON NIXON for The New York Times 11 hours ago)
Men facing deportation were handcuffed at a Border Patrol station in Texas in March 2014 before being flown to Honduras via Miami.
(by STEVEN ERLANGER for The New York Times 18 hours ago)
Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday at the Munich Security Conference.
(by George Packer for The New Yorker 1 day, 4 hours ago)
Section 4 of the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the Constitution allows for the removal of a President who can no longer discharge his duties but is unable or unwilling to say so. It empowers the Vice-President, along with “a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide,” to ...
(by Nicholas Schmidle for The New Yorker 1 day, 21 hours ago)
Two days before the Inauguration of Donald Trump as the forty-fifth President of the United States, Michael Flynn, a retired lieutenant general and former intelligence officer, sat down in a Washington restaurant. On the tablecloth, he placed a leather-bound folder and two phones, which flashed with text messages and incoming calls. A gaunt, stern-looking man with hooded eyes and a ...
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