N.J. Priest Accused Of Child Porn Possession, DistributionThe attorney for Rev. Kevin Gugliotta, of Mahwah, is attacking the probe and says the priest will "vigorously" defend himself.
Knife-Wielding Man Shot By Police In BrooklynThe shooting took place at around 11 a.m. at Church Street and Remsen Avenue.
Today In History: George Washington Bridge Opens In 1931On this day 85 years ago, New York and New Jersey were forever linked as the gates swung open for the first time at the George Washington Bridge.
Some UWS Residents Petition To Have Trump's Name Removed From BuildingHundreds of Upper West Side residents have signed a petition to strip Donald Trump’s name off their building.
'I Think The System Is Broken:' De Blasio Slams BOE, Calls For NY Voter ReformMayor Bill de Blasio criticized the New York State Board of Elections on Wednesday, calling the state voting system 'broken,' while calling for increased voter reform efforts across the state.
Lawyer: Decision To Develop Historic Gansevoort Market Violates Landmarks LawAttorney Michael Hiller said a decision to develop the Gansevoort Market Historic District violates the landmarks law.
FEMA Agrees To Revise New York City Flood MapsFEMA's flood maps unveiled in early 2015 would have put 35,000 more homes in at risk areas.
NTSB: East Hartford Plane Crash Was An Intentional ActThe plane struck a utility pole in East Hartford and crashed around 4 p.m., bursting into flames.
Museum of Natural History's Plan For New Science Center Moves ForwardThe American Museum of Natural History's $325 million expansion plan is moving ahead over the objections of Upper West Side neighbors.
LGBT Senior Center In The Bronx Gets Funding Boost On National Coming Out DaySome extra support is on the way for a senior center in the Bronx to make sure LGBT New Yorkers have what they need in their golden years.
Trains Begin Test Runs On Second Avenue SubwayThere is a big sign of progress on the Second Avenue Subway – trains are actually running on the line now.
Swastikas Found Spraypainted On NJ Congressional Candidate's HomeA Democrat running for Congress in central New Jersey said he found hateful graffiti sprayed at his home – and he blames his opponent’s support of Donald Trump.

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