14-Year-Old Boy Killed Attempting Subway Stunt In BrooklynPolice said the 14-year-old boy was riding between two cars of a southbound L train when he attempted to jump off the moving train and onto a station platform.
House Expected To Vote On Bill Covering $7 Million Of NYC Trump Security CostsMayor Bill De Blasio wanted up to $35 million for police overtime and other costs of safeguarding Trump from Election Day to his Jan. 20 inauguration.
NYC To Stop Retaining Records From People Applying For Municipal IDsCivil liberties advocates were concerned the new Trump administration would demand that ID NYC records be turned over to investigators searching for undocumented immigrants.
NYC May Have To Pay Bulk Of $35 Million Trump Security TabThe NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio requested $35 million as reimbursement for the additional police manpower and overtime. But congressional Republicans unveiled a spending bill that would give the city just $7 million.
Data Shows 'Stomach-Turning' Conditions At NYC Public School CafeteriasState Sen. Jeff Klein said an investigation into New York City public school cafeterias found "stomach-turning cases" of mice droppings, flies, roaches and rat activity in public school cafeterias.
Officials Call For Swift Investigation Into Alleged Abuse Of Brooklyn BoySalvatore Lucchesse, 24, was charged with four counts of assault and one count of acting in a manner injurious to a child under 17, police said.
NYC To FDA: End Restriction On Blood Donations From Men Who Have Sex With MenUnder current FDA rules, men who have had sexual relations with another man are prohibited from donating blood for 12 months after their sexual interaction.
'It Doesn't Make Sense:' De Blasio Calls For Electoral College Reform Following Trump ElectionMayor Bill de Blasio is expressing his concerns over the nation's voting system, vowing Tuesday to do what he can to help change the electoral college process.
$1.7 Billion Repair Project Slated For Brooklyn-Queens ExpresswayThe ambitious $1.7 billion undertaking aims to repair a 1.5 mile stretch of the highway's infrastructure, which features 21 concrete and steel bridges towering over city streets.
Citi Bike Says Expansion To All 5 Boroughs Is Unlikely Without Public FundingMany people would like to see the Citi Bike program expanded into all of New York City, but that will not happen unless the city helps pay for it.
Millions Of Thanksgiving Travelers Hit The Roads, Rails And SkiesThis year, AAA says 48.7 million people are expected to travel 50 miles or more for Thanksgiving.
Many Hoping To Leave Politics Behind This ThanksgivingFor many, it will be the first time since the election of Donald Trump that they've come face to face with people they might have vehemently disagreed with on social media.

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