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'Man In The High Castle' Subway Ads, Featuring Nazi Symbols, Removed From TrainsA set of controversial subway ads featuring what appear to be Nazi symbols has been removed, following a livid response.
2 Women In Vehicle Wounded In Linden, N.J. Shooting; Car Goes On To CrashTwo women were wounded Tuesday evening in a shooting in Linden, New Jersey.
De Blasio Calls On Congress To Increase Transportation Infrastructure InvestmentMayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday called for an increase in federal investment in transportation, as the Thanksgiving holiday travel period began.
Cuomo Blasts De Blasio On Homelessness At Brooklyn Charity EventWhen asked about hunger at a Campaign Against Hunger event in Bed-Stuy, Cuomo turned the conversation to the homelessness issue in New York City.
Police Seek Holiday Grinch Who Stole Decorations From Homes In Keansburg, New JerseyPolice in Keansburg are looking for a suspect who is swiping holiday decorations from houses and lawns.
Could New York City Streets, Neighborhoods Named For Slaveholders Be Renamed?Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday said the Yale University residential college in which his son, Dante lives – Calhoun College – absolutely should be renamed.
2 Women Killed, 3 Others Hurt In Overnight Fire In Fair Lawn, NJThe blaze broke out around midnight at a house on Berkshire Road.
Hoboken Tapping Into Water From Weehawken As Crews Repair Broken Mains; Boil Advisory LiftedA boil water advisory has been temporarily lifted, but officials warned that it may be enacted again once the Jersey City main is repaired to ensure water was not contaminated.
Police: Man Threw Molotov Cocktail Into Ex-Girlfriend's Baldwin HomeVideo from the scene showed heavy damage to the garage and front of the house.
Man Accused Of Killing NYPD Detective Randolph Holder Pleads Not GuiltyThe man accused of shooting and killing NYPD Detective Randolph Holder has pleaded not guilty to numerous charges, including aggravated murder and robbery.
Bratton Says Don't Be Afraid, Come To The ParadeAs many as 3.5 million people could turn out for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday thanks to the pleasant weather forecast.
Longtime Greenwich Crossing Guard HonoredTom Reale, 97, has been keeping kids safe at school street crossings in Greenwich since the early 1970s.
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