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Terror Worries Prompt Worldwide Travel Alert From State DepartmentThe U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert Monday, warning U.S. citizens of possible travel risks due to terrorist threats.
Manhattan Dentist Arrested On Drug Trafficking, Child Porn ChargesA Manhattan dentist accused of distributing meth and child porn was arrested at his Greenwich Village home Friday.
Mayor De Blasio Honors Correction Officer And FDNY Lieutenant For Acts Of HeroismDuring a ceremony at City Hall, the mayor presented Certificates of Recognition to correction officer Daniel Leites and FDNY lieutenant Adam Vilagos for their acts of heroism.
Child Hospitalized After Falling From 3rd-Story Window In The BronxThe child plunged from the window of the home near Brook Avenue and East 145th Street at around 10:35 a.m. in Mott Haven, according to EMS.
Report: Series Of Lapses Preceded Deadly Upper West Side Facade CollapseA series of regulatory lapses and a feigned inspection report preceded a facade collapse that killed a 2-year-old girl, a Department of Investigation probe found.
Some Parents Say Kids Were Unfairly Suspended Kings Park School Sexting CaseTwo 14-year-old students have been arrested and as many as 20 more suspended at Kings Park High School in Long Island after a sexually-explicit video was distributed electronically.
Two Inmates Charged In Assault On Rikers Island Correction OfficerA prison guard remains in the hospital after officials said he was ambushed by inmates who repeatedly slashed him and nearly knocked him unconscious at Rikers Island.
Investigators Digging Deeper Into Discovery Of 2 Centuries-Old Crypts Near Washington Square ParkWashington Square Park was used as a potter’s field — a public burial place — for yellow fever victims in the early 1800s.
Dozens Arrested At CUNY Faculty, Staff ProtestA faculty protest led to multiple arrests at the City University of New York in Midtown East Wednesday afternoon.
Kenya’s Stanley Biwott, Mary Keitany Win At TCS New York City MarathonTens of thousands of people are attempting to complete the 26.2-mile, five-borough TCS New York Marathon on Sunday.
Cuomo Approves Bill Mandating Meningitis Vaccines For 7th, 12th GradersNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo this week signed a bill into law requiring meningitis vaccines for students in grades seven and 12.
Down But Not Out, Mets Are Ready For Some Citi Field InspirationUnable to stifle the stubborn Kansas City Royals, Jacob deGrom gave up four disheartening runs in a 7-1 defeat Wednesday night that left the Mets down 2-0 in the World Series.
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