Demanding Answers: Escalator Has Been Broken For Months At Secaucus Junction NJ TRANSIT StationNJ TRANSIT riders say an out-of-service escalator has caused delays and frustration for months now.
Suspect In Nassau Carvel Armed Robbery Likely Part Of Holdup Pattern, Police SayNassau County Police say the latest incident is the fourth of its kind just in the last month.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary Cities Must EndThe Justice Department will require compliance with immigration laws in order for the cities to receive grants through the Office of Justice Programs, Sessions said.
Mother Of Ramarley Graham Says Resignation Of NYPD Officer 'Slap In The Face'Constance Malcolm says there's no justice for her son and she's appalled by how the police department and city government have treated the officer who shot Graham to death in 2012.
Truck Driver Was Drunk In Deadly Cross Bronx Expressway Crash, Police SayA truck driver was facing charges Monday night accused of being drunk behind the wheel and causing a deadly accident near the George Washington Bridge.
Long Beach Could See Partial Beach Closures This Summer For Protection WorkThere could be partial beach closures in store for one popular summer spot on Long Island.
New Law Is Taking Life-Saving Medicine Infusions Away From Heart Failure PatientsA recently-passed act of Congress may have the unintended effect of taking life-saving medication away from tens of thousands of heart failure patients.
Mayor De Blasio Says 'Fearless Girl' Statue Can Stay Through February 2018Mayor Bill de Blasio says the wildly popular statue of a young girl staring down Wall Street's famous "Charging Bull'' will be allowed to remain through February 2018.
Efforts To Eliminate Morris County Zip Code Confusion Met With OppositionThe shared zip code and twin addresses have lead to mail mix-ups, credit problems, and longer wait times for emergency services in some cases.
Exclusive: 78-Year-Old Brooklyn Robbery Victim Speaks OutA 78-year-old man who police say was attacked and robbed at a Brooklyn deli last week is speaking out about the terrifying ordeal.
United Airlines Faces Social Media Backlash After Teens Wearing Leggings Barred From FlightUnited spokesman Jonathan Guerin said the girls were not allowed onto the Sunday morning flight because they were traveling under an employee travel pass that includes a dress code.
Army Veteran Charged With Murder As Act Of Terrorism In Deadly Midtown StabbingAn Army veteran was hit with new charges of murder as an act of terrorism Monday in the alleged random stabbing a black man to death with a sword in Midtown.

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