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It happened near the corner of 17th Street and Eighth Avenue around 4 p.m. Thursday as a nanny was pushing the baby in a stroller, police said.
Christians around the world and across the Tri-State area are marking Good Friday by commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
The incident took place at around 3:30 p.m., when officers received a description of a vehicle following a robbery, police told CBS 2.
A federal jury’s $36 million award to two men who spent 18 years in prison for a 1984 rape and murder that DNA testing later showed they did not commit was decried Friday by the 16-year-old victim’s mother.
Kareem Potomont, 21, has been charged with a slew of offenses after being captured in Queens on Thursday.
The shooting occurred around 2:15 a.m. Friday in front of the Sigma Theta Chi fraternity house on Conant Street.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has promised to send the controversial horse carriages running for the hills, but an effort in Albany may stall that plan.
Authorities say 32-year-old Abdur Abdullah of Irvington was captured Wednesday in Allendale.
Shannon Morgan, of Leesburg, filed the suit Thursday in federal court, saying the agency violated her First Amendment rights by rejecting a plate reading “8THEIST.”
Francis Schmidt is an art instructor at Bergen Community College. In January, he posted a photo on Google+ of his 7-year-old daughter in a yoga pose wearing a T-shirt with a quote from the graphic HBO show that read: “I will take what is mine with fire and blood.”
The railroad has been beefing up its power supply system since a Con Ed feeder cable blew out in Mount Vernon late last September. Service came to a screeching halt on the New Haven line for nearly two weeks.
An American convert to Islam who traveled to London’s Finsbury Park Mosque to meet the defendant testified Friday morning that when Mustafa spoke, the place was packed with a fairly young crowd.
Contract talks between the railroad workers and the MTA resume Monday with the presidential mediation board. The two sides have been far apart on pay raises and union givebacks.
There were 139 violations since 2004, Blumenthal said. Per 100 miles of track, Metro-North had five times the number of safety defects than any other commuter railroad in the country, he added.
A 53-year-old employee was parking his car when he accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake and slammed through the glass window, destroying over $400,000 worth of lighting fixtures.