Judge Rules Evidence Of N.J. Bombs May Be Used In Chelsea Bombing Suspect's Trial judge said Tuesday that evidence related to bombs set off in New Jersey may be admitted at the October trial of a man charged in the September 2016 Chelsea bombing that injured 30 people.
Police: Survivor Walks Away From Fatal Connecticut Plane Crash To Get HelpThe Cessna C-172 aircraft crashed near Candlelight Farms Airport, the FAA said. The aircraft departed Danbury Municipal Airport. 
Iconic Sphere Sculpture From Original World Trade Center Site Is Returning HomeThe 25-ton, bronze Koenig Sphere is moving from its temporary location in Battery Park to the New Liberty Park, just south of the World Trade Center. 
Construction Accidents, Deaths On The Rise In NYCPublic advocates are calling for improvements to construction safety in New York City.
New York State Senator Calls For End To Cash BailAn attempt has been launched to end cash bail in New York state, with opponents saying it unfairly discriminates against the poor who get locked up when they cannot pay.
'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli Convicted In Securities Fraud CaseThe former biotech CEO, nicknamed "Pharma Bro," is best known for hiking up the price of a life-saving drug and for trolling his critics on social media.
Nearly 2 Tons Of Ivory Crushed In Central ParkNearly two tons of trinkets, statues and jewelry crafted from the tusks of at least 100 slaughtered elephants were destroyed in a rock crusher in Central Park to demonstrate the state's commitment to smashing the illegal ivory trade.
Jurors Deliberate For Second Day In Shkreli Fraud TrialTuesday marked the second day of jury deliberations in the securities fraud trial of former pharmaceutical boss Martin Shkreli.
President Trump Appears To Advocate Rough Police Treatment Of Suspects In Speech FridayReverend Al Sharpton spoke out against the president's comments Saturday. He'll was by prominent Buddhist leader Gyalwang Drukpa.
‘They Shouldn’t Be Here:’ Trump Vows To Eradicate MS-13 Gang On Long IslandPresident Donald Trump is promising his administration will "dismantle, decimate and eradicate" MS-13 and other violent street gangs.
Attorney Slams Justice Dept. Argument That Federal Civil Rights Law Does Not Protect GaysThe Justice Department is arguing that federal civil rights law does not protect gays, and one local attorney feels it is a political argument rather than a legal one.
Suspect In Killing Of Keansburg Girl To Remain In Jail Until TrialAndreas Erazo faces first-degree murder and weapons charges in the death of Abbiegail Smith.

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