Injured Officer Testifies In Trial Of Teen Accused Of Setting Deadly Coney Island Building FireDramatic testimony was heard Monday in the trial of a teen accused of intentionally setting a deadly fire that in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
Gov. Christie Helps NJ Mom Get Son Replacement Driver's PermitChristie escorted 17-year-old Isaac Pilato and his mother to the state Motor Vehicle Commission office in South Plainfield Thursday.
Move Over Andrew Jackson: Harriet Tubman To Adorn $20 BillA Treasury official says Secretary Jacob Lew has decided to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, making her the first woman on U.S. paper currency in 100 years.
Law Officials Pushing For Encryption Legislation, Call It An Issue Of Victims' RightsLaw enforcement and crime victims want Congress to help authorities gain access to cell phones with potential evidence.
Police: Man Killed Inside Manhattan Homeless Shelter, Roommate SoughtA man was found slain at a Manhattan homeless shelter Friday morning, police said.
Mets Fans Excited For Home Opener Against PhilliesEager to celebrate a scintillating 2015 season with their rejuvenated fans, the team will raise its National League championship banner before the players take on Philadelphia.
Cruz Rallies Audience Upstate, Makes Matzah In BrooklynTed Cruz told an upstate audience Thursday that momentum is on his side, and also stopped off to make matzah with a group of youngsters in Brooklyn.
John Kasich Feasts In The Bronx, Holds Town Hall In BrooklynRepublican presidential candidate John Kasich helped himself to some of Arthur Avenue's best Italian food while campaigning in the Bronx.
Trump Rallies Cheering Crowd Of Thousands On Long Island Donald Trump held his first rally in New York Wednesday, with the Republican front-runner appearing in Bethpage.
Fans Take In Make-Up Game At Yankee Stadium As Astros Spoil Postponed Opening DayFans were back at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday, a day after wintry weather postponed opening day.
Prosecutors Seek 12-15 Years In Prison For Ex-Senate Leader Dean SkelosProsecutors said Republican ex-senator Dean Skelos and his son, Adam Skelos, should each face prison terms approaching or within federal sentencing guidelines, about 10 to 12 years for the son.
Fans Disappointed After Yankees Postpone Season OpenerThe cold rain outside of Yankee Stadium early Monday morning cast a Shakespearean-like quandary over Opening Day -- to play or not to play.

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