De Blasio Meets With Federal Prosecutors, FBI Agents Investigating Campaign FundsThe investigation centers around accusations that the mayor and his aides gave favorable treatment to donors who contributed to the mayor's 2013 election campaign.
Police Search For ATM Skimmers At 7-Eleven Stores Across Nassau CountyNassau County police said a skimmer that was found in Seaford was just tip of the iceberg, and officers are now looking into more than 100 7-Eleven locations.
Dog Walker Dies After Falling Down Stairs In BrooklynA dog walker in Brooklyn died in a freak accident this week, when he fell down a flight of stairs while walking two dogs he was looking after.
At Promotion Ceremony, NYPD Sergeant Mourns Mentor Lost To GunmanAn NYPD sergeant was promoted to lieutenant Friday, nearly four months after he was shot in his leg in a shooting that cost another sergeant his life.
Man Stabbed On No. 1 Train In HarlemThe incident happened on the northbound train near Broadway and West 145th Street in Hamilton Heights around 4:30 p.m.
Boomer & Carton Podcast: Feb. 24, 2017We were treated to yet another stellar effort courtesy of the Dynamic Radio Duo on Friday.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Loves Himself Some FridayJerry Recco treats every update with love and care, but for some reason every Friday he really shines.
Boomer & Carton: Knicks Do Nothing Off And On The CourtThe NBA trade deadline came and went on Thursday with the Knicks doing nothing. Boomer and Craig got things going Friday by concluding that Phil Jackson's inactivity speaks volumes.
'The Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Waiting For Beer In BrooklynIn the city that never sleeps, some New Yorkers spend the hours they should be in bed waiting on line instead -- all for the chance to buy beer.
Schumer Calls For Changes At TSA After 11 People Walk Through Unstaffed Gate At JFKAfter 11 people were able to walk through a checkpoint at John F. Kennedy International Airport this week, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is pushing the TSA to update its security procedures.
Cuomo Announces New Measures To Protect Minorities From Hate Crimes, Anti-SemitismThe governor said Thursday that he wants lawmakers to approve $25 million to help religious schools hire security and install cameras and alarms to prevent vandalism and other crimes.
Doctors: Mild Winter May Mean More Trouble For Outdoor Allergy SufferersWhile most people are welcoming these warm winter temperatures, it also means some suffering for those with spring allergies.

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