MTA, Transit Workers Union Reach Tentative Deal Hours After Contract ExpiresThe Metropolitan Transit Authority and the transit workers unions have struck a tentative deal after hours of contract negotiations that lasted through the night.
Federal Authorities Assisting Local Jewish Community Centers In Wake Of Bomb ThreatsThe simultaneous threats were unprecedented, says Paul Goldenberg of The Secure Community Network which coordinates security for the Jewish community.
Group Gives New York Poor Grade For Voting Rights, ElectionsCommon Cause New York said New York's voting laws and election processes are among the weakest in the nation, and gave the state a D-minus grade.
Staten Island Jewish Center Targeted With Bomb Threat, No Explosives FoundThe NYPD said a sticker with a swastika, the word "bomb," and today's date were found attacked to a bathroom wall.
Officials: NYC Traffic Deaths Drop To Record Low, Pedestrian Deaths UpMayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that the downward trend in traffic deaths shows his Vision Zero traffic-safety campaign is working.
Citi Bike To Install Laser Lights On Bicycles In New Safety PushCiti Bike is taking new measures to improve safety for bikers on New York City roadways.
Three Dead After Reportedly Stolen Car Crashes Into Nassau County PondAuthorities say the vehicle -- a 2010 Honda sedan -- was heading eastbound on the Northern State Parkway when it passed a New York State trooper with a license plate reader near exit 25 just before 6:00 p.m.
Trump Says Meeting With Intelligence Officials On Classified Russia Hacking Report 'Constructive'Trump released a statement soon after the intelligence leaders' report on Russian's alleged hacking attempts to influence the presidential election.
LIRR Train Crashes Into Atlantic Terminal In Brooklyn After Operator Doesn't StopMore than 100 people were hurt Wednesday when a Long Island Rail Road train hit a bumping block at the end of a track at Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn.
Search On For Suspects In $6 Million Midtown Jewelry HeistIt happened around 10 p.m. Saturday as thousands of officers watched over revelers packed into Times Square for New Year's Eve.
NYPD Introduces New Dress Code Policies For Sikh OfficersWearing a turban is a religious requirement for Sikh men. Now, instead of fitting one uncomfortably beneath their department issued cap, Sikh police officers can simply place their shield on the turban.
56th Street By Trump Tower Reopens To Crosstown TrafficThe crosstown street between Fifth and Sixth avenues has been closed to traffic since the election.

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