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Some Twitter accounts for the New York Post and UPI, as well as the news agency’s website, were briefly hacked Friday.
Bill Cosby’s wife released a statement Monday, saying those who have accused him of sexual assault have been have been “given a pass” without their accounts ever being vetted.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton took a swing on Sunday at media accounts portraying a fissure in their relationship following the resignation of Chief of Department Philip Banks III.
Longtime New Yorkers will recall the problem: Vagrants accosting drivers at stop lights, spraying windshields of cars, wiping them down and then demanding cash.
The New York Post article said everyday fans were being frozen out of the historic event because of the soaring price of tickets to the Sept. 7 game, both on the resale market as well as the Yankees’ official site.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is a demanding a pair of city newspapers apologize for their characterizations of his wife’s comments on motherhood.
The family of a Brooklyn landlord whose burned body was found in a Long Island Dumpster last week came to his defense Monday.
A pair of elected officials are blasting the New York Post’s cover Sunday as “offensive” and “insensitive.”
Yankees then countered with a seven-year deal between $160 million and $175 million.
Officers responding to a call at 336 51st Street in the Sunset Park Section of Brooklyn found a 31-year-old woman and a 44-year-old man with stab wounds to the neck.
It’s happening more and more — first responders are posting graphic pictures of crime scene victims and medical patients on the Internet. And now there’s legislation that could have them prosecuted as criminals.
Andy Pettitte expects big things from the Yankees in 2013.
Kathryn Kalikow, 27, was arrested around 11:30 p.m. Sunday in the Bronx. She is accused of using Craigslist to sell drugs.
R.A. Dickey and his knuckleball could soon be headed to Toronto.
Many readers reacted with outrage Tuesday at the front cover photo on the New York Post, which shows subway murder victim Ki-Suk Han hanging from the platform just before he was struck and killed by a train.