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.
Hundreds Flock To Stonewall To Protest Trump's Reversal Of Transgender Bathroom PolicyA bathroom battle stretches from the White House to the Tri-State Area and across the country.
National Headquarters Of Anti-Defamation League Receives Bomb Threat"The anonymous bomb threat to the Anti-Defamation League's national headquarters this morning is unacceptable, un-American and – disturbingly – increasingly common," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
Bull Captured After Leading Police On Chase In Jamaica, Queens Has DiedThe bull that was first spotted Tuesday morning on Lakewood Avenue near Sutphin and Archer in Jamaica has died.
Upper West Side Apartment Fire Linked To Hoarding ConditionsThe call came in around 3:15 pm. Responders were forced to throw smoldering items out of all six windows of the apartment in order to put the fire out.
Thousands Attend 'Not My Presidents Day' Rally In Columbus CircleStretching back several blocks, crowds gathered Monday on Central Park West to protest President Donald Trump's policies.
Demanding Answers: Family Mourns Man Killed By Driver With 30 License SuspensionsA driver who prosecutors say has 30 license suspensions pleaded not guilty to charges in connection to fatally striking a pedestrian on Long Island.
Scammers Posing As ICE Agents Shake Down Latino New YorkersThe four men looked official, even down to the ICE lettering on their jackets. They stopped a man on a street off of Roosevelet Avenue, and demanded cash -- otherwise he'd be taken in.
Neighbors: Dog That Fatally Mauled Queens Woman, 75, Had Killed BeforeA 75-year-old Queens woman was mauled to death by a dog she had recently adopted. Her autistic 39-year-old son was also attacked, but is expected to survive.
NYC Could See Up To A Foot Of Snow Thursday; Schools To CloseNew York City is getting ready for what officials are calling a dangerous storm as New Yorkers soak up spring-like temperatures before heavy, wet snow moves in.
City Officials Hand Out Reusable Bags Ahead Of ‘Carryout Bag Law’ ImplementationThe Department of Sanitation and City Councilman Ben Kallos were handing out free reusable bags to help residents prepare for the implementation of a new 'carryout bag law.'
Congresswoman Wants To Bring Giant Pandas To NYC By 2020Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is stepping up efforts to bring a pair of giant pandas to New York City.

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