Asked To Apologize For Stonewall, O'Neill Says 'We're Moving Forward'NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill was given the chance Monday to apologize for the raid on the Stonewall Inn 48 years ago that helped launch the modern gay rights movement, but he declined.
CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Huge Brawl Breaks Out After High School Graduation On L.I.Right after students at William Floyd High School received their diplomas this weekend, a brawl broke out on school grounds – and it was caught on video.
Search On For Suspect Who Stabbed Man In Arm At Staten Island Ferry TerminalPolice were searching Monday night for a suspect who stabbed a man in the arm in the Staten Island Ferry Terminal in Lower Manhattan over the weekend.
Vandalism Cuts Spectrum Cable TV Service To Customers In QueensNumerous Spectrum cable TV customers in Queens lost service late Monday after a fiber optic cable was damaged by vandalism.
Coney Island Cyclone Celebrates 90 YearsConey Island's Cyclone roller coast opened 90 years ago Monday -- and it's been a shore staple ever since.
Study: Arguing With Significant Other Could Have Adverse Health EffectsScott and Dana Griffith have been married for 20 years and, like every other couple, they've had their share of disagreements, occasionally losing tempers and holding grudges.
Waitress Saves Choking 9-Year-Old Girl's Life In ParamusA quick-thinking waitress saved the life of a 9-year-old girl in Paramus who was choking recently.
Local Blood Banks In Dire Need Of DonationsBlood donations in the region have recently dropped dramatically, prompting an emergency call for donors.
Hackers Place ISIS Propaganda On Town Of Brookhaven WebsiteOne of the largest townships in New York state is the target of a disturbing hack.
Harlem Lawmakers, Residents Push Back Against 'SoHa' Rebranding EffortA battle is brewing between brokers and residents, as well as activists and lawmakers, over what to call a section of Harlem.
Neighbors Shocked After Man, 65, Is Attacked On Lower East Side Subway PlatformNeighbors of a 65-year-old Bronx man who was badly beaten on a subway platform are hoping someone recognizes the man who attacked him.
Queens Farmers Market Fire Leaves 11 Firefighters, 1 Civilian InjuredNearly a dozen firefighters were recovering Sunday morning after an extra-alarm fire broke out at a farmers market in Glendale, Queens.

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