De Blasio Leaves News Conference, Declines To Take Questions About Midtown Stabbing And Other NewsMayor Bill de Blasio refused to answer questions about an arrest in a racially-motived Midtown homicide and other topics Thursday, instead stalking away from a news conference.
Army Veteran Accused Of Racially-Motivated Murder Appears In CourtThe suspect, identified as 28-year-old James Harris Jackson from Baltimore, surrendered just after midnight Wednesday after seeing himself on the news.
NYPD Increases Security In Wake Of London Attack; Tells Officers To Fire At Vehicle-Ramming AttackersThe NYPD is increasing security at high-profile locations across the city in wake of a deadly terror attack in London.
Police: Suspect In Fatal Midtown Stabbing Wanted To Target Black MenA man who turned himself in to police following a deadly stabbing in Midtown Manhattan told police he came to New York from Maryland to target black men, authorities said.
Back Stories: Rich Lamb Reports On Decades Of St. Patrick's Day ParadesWCBS reporter Rich Lamb looks back on the green, gold, and shamrocks he's seen over the years, and the one year he asked the Cardinal about his underwear.
Mayor: 'It Was What I Thought Would Happen All Along' In Regard To Campaign Fundraising ProbeNo criminal charges will be brought against Mayor Bill de Blasio, his staff or others acting on his behalf in a corruption probe focused on campaign fundraising efforts, state and federal prosecutors said.
De Blasio, Cuomo Declare States Of Emergency; Above-Ground Subways, Schools Shut Down For Snowstorm>All above-ground Metropolitan Transportation Authority train service will be shut down beginning at 4 a.m. Tuesday as a dangerous snowstorm blows into the area.
Cuomo, De Blasio Up Reward Following Spike In Anti-Semitic Hate CrimesThe joint state-city reward is now up to $20,000 from the state's current $5,000 reward.
Bomb Threat Targets Jewish Children's Museum In BrooklynThe threat targeting the facility on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights came in via email at around 8:30 a.m.
Changes Made To Deal Settling NYPD Surveillance LawsuitsAn agreement that settles lawsuits accusing the NYPD of violating basic rights in Muslim communities after Sept. 11, 2001, has been revised to build in more oversight.
Christie Announces Increased Patrols At Religious Facilities Following Recent ThreatsNew Jersey political leaders showed their support for the Jewish community, condemning the rise of anti-Semitic threats and incidents.
Marist Poll Indicates De Blasio Is In Position To Win Second TermThe latest poll indicates that Mayor Bill de Blasio is well positioned to win reelection this year.

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