Brooklyn Diocese Announces Sex Abuse Compensation ProgramThe Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn announced Thursday it is setting up a compensation program for victims of past sexual abuse by priests.
Feds: Bronx Man Busted At JFK Was Syria-Bound With Plans To Join ISISA Bronx man has been charged with trying to aid the Islamic State group. The arrest of Saddam Mohamed Raishani was announced Thursday.
Three Workers Hurt, Rescued In Astoria Construction AccidentThree workers were injured, two critically, in a construction accident in Astoria, Queens Tuesday.
City Council To Weigh Ban On Gay Conversion Therapy For Minors And AdultsThe New York City Council is looking to ban therapists from trying to turn gay kids straight.
Sandy Hook Group Drops Megyn Kelly As Gala Host Over Alex Jones InterviewAn organization founded by parents of children killed during a shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School has dumped Megyn Kelly as host of an event in Washington.
N.Y. High Court Ruling Bans Adult Stores From Most Residential, Commercial AreasNew York’s highest court has reinstated a city law that bans most adult businesses from almost all commercial and residential areas.
Phil Murphy, Kim Guadagno Declared Winners In New Jersey Gubernatorial PrimaryFormer U.S. Ambassador to Germany Phil Murphy and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno were was declared the winners of the Democratic and Republican New Jersey gubernatorial primaries, respectively, late Tuesday.
NYC Launches First Ever LGBTQ Health Care Bill Of RightsWith Pride Month under way, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has published New York City’s first ever LGBTQ health care bill of rights.
Group Says NYC Wouldn't Need State Approval To Impose Congestion Pricing For MidtownThe transportation advocacy group Move NY will ask the City Council to impose a $2.75 toll for cars driving south of 60th Street in Manhattan.
Long Island's PrideFest & Parade Is Moving To Long BeachTens of thousands of people are expected to crowd the city of Long Beach on June 9 through June 11.
19 Reputed Lucchese Crime Family Members, Associates Charged In Mob TakedownNineteen reputed members and associates of the Lucchese crime family appeared in court in Westchester County Wednesday on numerous serious charges.
Amtrak Will Scale Back Service During Summer Repairs To Penn StationFrom July 10th to September 1st, the company plans to cancel three round-trip trains (six trains in total) each day between New York City and Washington, D.C., Amtrak said in a statement Tuesday.

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