Cops: Man Stabbed Multiple Times In Upper East Side Road Rage IncidentThe victim was rushed to NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital and is in stable condition. Police are still looking for the suspect.
Schumer: Congress Must Act Now To Prevent Spread Of Zika Virus In USThe clock is ticking on when the mosquito that carries the Zika virus becomes prevalent in the continental United States, and Sen. Charles Schumer wants quick approval of President Barack Obama's request for nearly $2 billion in emergency spending to fight the disease.
No Jail Time For Ex-NYPD Officer Peter Liang In Stairwell Shooting Death Of Akai GurleyA rookie police officer is learning his fate following his manslaughter conviction in the accidental shooting death of an unarmed man in a darkened stairwell in Brooklyn.
Cab Driver Slashed In Queens; Suspect May Be Tied To Homeless Shelter DeathThe NYPD is searching for a suspect that allegedly slashed a cab driver during a robbery in Queens early Saturday morning.
'Apprentice' Contestants Deplore Trump; He Calls Them 'Wannabes'A winner of "The Apprentice'' and several other former contestants on Donald Trump's reality show are speaking out against the Republican front-runner's presidential campaign.
Taxi Managers: Make It Easier For Uber Drivers To Become Yellow Cabs A group of New York City taxi medallion managers are advocating to make it easier for Uber drivers to become yellow cab drivers.
2 Dead When Amtrak Train From New York Hits Backhoe Near PhiladelphiaTwo people were killed and dozens more were injured Sunday, when an Amtrak train from New York struck a backhoe and partially derailed in southeast Pennsylvania.
Dangerous Wind Gusts Take Down Trees, Windows; Whiteout Snow Seen By SomeThe balmy, summery temperatures that neared 80 degrees on Friday were a distant memory two days later, as winter returned with a blasting, windy vengeance.
Police: Suspect Arrested In Robbery Of 103-Year-Old Bronx WomanA woman who police said robbed a 103-year-old woman in the Bronx has been arrested as the centenarian vowed the attack won't change how she lives her life.
MTA Re-Launches 'See Something, Say Something' CampaignThe MTA started the campaign relaunch on Monday, with ads and videos featuring people who did say something when they saw something that they thought was suspicious.
Bill Would Create Special Zones For Costumed Characters, Topless Women In Times SquareThe New York City Council is set to consider legislation this week that would create designated zones for costumed characters and painted topless women in Times Square.
Study: NJ TRANSIT Buses, Trains Break Down 4 Times More Frequently Than US AverageNJ TRANSIT trains and buses are becoming less and less reliable, statistics show.

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