Tens Of Thousands Take To Streets For Women's March On New York CityIt's just one of an estimated 250 women's marches planned for the weekend around the world.
Haitians March Against Trump's Reported Vulgar CommentsHundreds of Haitian immigrants marched from Brooklyn to Lower Manhattan to protest the vulgar word reportedly used by President Donald Trump to describe Haiti and some African nations.
Parents Furious After 16-Year-Old Student Is Stabbed At New Rochelle High SchoolA 16-year-old boy has been stabbed at New Rochelle High School.
Teen Accused Of Dragging NYPD Officer With Car Appears In CourtA teenager accused of nearly dragging an NYPD detective to his death was back in court Wednesday.
Lack Of Available Gates Leads To Major Delays At JFK AirportIt was a rough day at John F. Kennedy International Airport, after two planes clipped one another and passengers complained of extensive delays and seemingly endless taxiing.
Couple Searches For Puppy They Say Went Missing When Dog Walker Fainted In BrooklynMeredith McNaughton says she and her fiancé left the 1-year-old Shih Tzu-Maltese mix with a dog walker for the Christmas holiday while they visited her family in New Orleans.
Home Depot, Others Help Elderly Mother Of 9/11 Pilot Living Without Heat, Water For MonthsA Long Island woman, whose son was the pilot of United Flight 93 when it crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on Sept. 11, 2001, has been living without heat and running water for weeks.
Drivers Warned Of 'Dangerous Whiteout Conditions' On Long IslandBoth Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island were under a blizzard warning Thursday.
Prospect Park Goes Permanently Car-FreeBefore Tuesday, the park's East Drive was open to traffic during morning rush hours.
Windy, Wintry Weather Cause Delays At Airports Across The CountryAAA estimates a record 107 million Americans will celebrate the holidays away from home this year, with 6.5 million taking to the skies.
East Harlem Man, 65, Charged With Robbing 8 Women In ManhattanPolice say Frank Peterson targeted eight women, ages 29 to 78, since October 23, often following them into their apartment buildings.
Cuomo: Fare Hike Coming If Legislature Won’t Fund MTAThe governor says it's all about options, either lawmakers will vote to fund the MTA, or hit riders with a fare hike.

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