Emotional Photo Of West Point Graduate Goes ViralA touching story of a West Point graduate is going viral.
Amtrak Experiences Delays After Boat Slams Into Spuyten Duyvil BridgeService on Amtrak's Empire line has been temporarily suspended after a boat struck a rail bridge.
Long Island 9/11 Memorial To Get Restoration Makeover Amid Several Signs Of DecayThe Nassau County 9/11 Memorial in Eisenhower Park is only 10 years old, but it looks like in all that time no one has paid any attention to it.
Mother Horrified After She Says Smiling Woman Tried To Take Her 3-Year-Old Child While Walking Police are looking for a woman who allegedly tried to take a child from her mother in Brooklyn.
Suspicious Fire Leaves Dozens Homeless In Mount VernonDozens of people have been left homeless after a fire ripped through several homes in Mount Vernon Saturday night.
New Jersey Cancels Several Memorial Day Parades Due To Weather ConcernsSeveral parades throughout New Jersey have been cancelled due to rainy weather conditions expected for Monday.
New Legislation Would Limit Number Of Painkiller Pills Prescribed To First-Time PatientsNew York lawmakers are considering limiting how many prescription pills patients can get on their visit to a doctor.
Students Turning To Sugar Daddies To Help Pay For Tuition, Rent Many young women are turning to wealthy men found through various online outlets to help fund their tuition, rent, and lifestyle.
Donald Trump At Rolling Thunder: Illegals Cared For Better Than VeteransDonald Trump told a Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally on Sunday that people in the U.S. illegally often are cared for better than the nation's military veterans.
19-Year-Old Fatally Shot In BronxThe New York Police Department is investigating the shooting death of a 19-year-old man on a Bronx street.
Billionaires' Row: New York City High-Rise Apartment Listed At $250 MillionThat jaw-dropping price was contained in documents the developer filed with the state attorney general's office.
Columbia University Denies Access To NYPD To Put ShotSpotter Sensors On CampusThe NYPD was denied access by Columbia University to put ShotSpotter sensors on its property.

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