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Man killed, another injured in stabbing at NYC park: cops

Two men were stabbed, one fatally, in a Lower East Side park on Thursday night, authorities said.

Columbia, Cooper Union among 7 schools under federal probe for antisemitism, Islamophobia: report

Columbia, Cornell and Cooper Union are among seven schools being investigated by the Department of Education over complaints of alleged incidents of antisemitism and Islamophobia, according to a report.

Tour bus ticket vendor stabs teen in neck outside Times Square theater: sources

A Times Square ticket vendor stabbed a 15-year-old in the neck outside the Palladium Times Square theater.

Ex-FDNY chief accuses Mayor's Office of helping big real estate cut inspection line: lawsuit

Joseph Jardin, who led the Bureau of Fire Prevention from 2019 through 2022, said he witnessed a corrupt system that favored powerful, rich and politically connected developers.

NYC shoplifter uses hatchet to smash multiple windows, hits employee at CVS

A hatchet-wielding shoplifter smashed multiple store windows at an Upper East Side CVS Thursday afternoon after employees stopped him from stealing, police said. 

NY dad of 7 killed by drunk driver day after watching son win football championship: sheriff

“Everyone said their, ‘I love yous’ and ‘goodbyes’ and gave hugs not knowing that this would be the last,” the fundraiser states. “About 4 minutes after leaving the house Joe...

Armed crooks posing as delivery workers rip off $70K in goods during brazen NYC home invasion

When a 22-year-old woman and 25-year-old man opened the door, the thieves pushed their way inside, flashed a gun and duct-taped both victims’ mouths, arms, and legs, police said.

Hart Island, NYC's public cemetery, will offer walking tours — here's how to get access

Participants will be selected by lottery and provided ferry transportation to and from the island.

Pro-Palestinian group shares 'reprehensible' antisemitic map of NYC targets on social media

A pro-Palestinian activist group shared a frightening map of New York City landmarks on social media.

Justin Theroux turns up in NYC court in bid to evict 'nuisance' neighbor

"This is a fairly cut-and-dry case. Their time at the co-op has come to an end," Theroux's lawyer said of the actor's downstairs neighbors.

Anti-Israel protests on US college campuses are 'gaslighting Jews,' says deputy mayor of Jerusalem

Jerusalem's deputy mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum had a stern message for American college students rallying in support of Hamas: Quit the gaslighting and start thinking critically.

Migrant advocates protest outside Gracie Mansion against push to end NYC’s right to shelter

The protestors staged a "sleep in" -- complete with tents and sleeping bags -- outside Hizzoner's official residence on the Upper East Side.

NYPD to have only 29K cops by 2025 due to new NYC budget cuts

The NYPD's force will be reduced to just 29,000 cops by the end of fiscal year 2025 -- the lowest level since the mid-90s -- amid a slew of city-wide...

NYC flag football coach paid at least four kids as much as $1.6K for nude pics: DA

A Manhattan flag football coach was busted for paying at least four teens as much as $1,600 to send him nude photos of themselves, officials announced.

Woman heading to work punched in the face and mugged on NYC subway

The victim was standing on the F and Q train platform at Lexington Avenue and East 63rd Street around 7:35 a.m. when another woman slugged her, authorities said.

Wilco frontman's pro-Israel son says he left Sarah Lawrence College after becoming 'pariah' over views

The Chicago native is a history and music major at Sarah Lawrence, but he is opting not to return to campus after years of social ostracism.

NYC mom, 38, who announced own death planned final, touching act for strangers

Her story first melted hearts around the world on Tuesday when her X and Instagram posts broke the news of her death to many.

Attacker who randomly shoved 85-year-old man onto NYC subway tracks arrested: cops

Brittan Jones, 30, didn’t say a word when he shoved the senior onto the southbound tracks at the  47th–50th Streets–Rockefeller Center station around 5:40 a.m. Wednesday, police said. 

Legal Aid Society denounces union's 'antisemitic' resolution amid 'simmering' internal turmoil

The Association of Legal Aid Attorneys is due to vote Friday on the resolution, which denounces Israel's "colonial apartheid occupation" of the Gaza Strip.

Pulse-pounding video shows NYC man flung to his death from hood of BMW while trying to stop carjackers

Mauro Chimbay struck his head after being thrown off the hood of a car he was trying to stop.