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Schumer Urges Dept. Of Justice To Crack Down On IRS ScammersSchumer is urging the Department of Justice to crack down on the IRS scams, a fraud scheme the politician says is "spreading like wildfire."
De Blasio Says He'll Revive Carriage Horse Ban As Union Demands ProbeThe Teamsters union pulled out of a deal last week that would have restricted the horses to a portion of Central Park and restrict pedicabs.
NYPD To Step Up Patrols In Subway, Begin Waking Up Sleeping StraphangersThe search continues for a suspect accused of targeting straphangers as the NYPD is warning riders about the danger of dozing off on the subway.
Some Uber Drivers Strike To Protest Company's Fare CutsThe striking drivers say Uber continues to cut into their earnings without cutting into its own take from each ride.
Gas Prices Remain High In Manhattan As Gas Stations DisappearGas prices are plummeting, but you wouldn't know that at some gas stations in Manhattan with prices like $2.89 on the Upper West Side.
Men Say They Were Kicked Off Flight Due To Racial ProfilingFour men from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn have filed a lawsuit against American Airlines, claiming they were racially profiled and kicked off a plane that was supposed to bring them home from Canada.
L Train Service May Be Shut Down For More Than 1 Year For Sandy RepairsThe MTA is considering completely shutting down the line between Manhattan and Brooklyn for more than a year to repair salt water damage in the Canarsie tube from Superstorm Sandy.
Police: Theft Of Hoverboard Spurred Deadly Shooting Of 12-Year-Old Hempstead GirlJakwan Keller, 20, faces murder and weapons charges in the death of 12-year-old Dejah Joyner, who authorities said was shot in her own home last October.
Man Charged In Chelsea Slashing Attack Now Linked To 4th IncidentA man accused of slashing a woman in an apparently random attack in Chelsea this week has been linked to another incident, bringing the total number of cases he's suspected in to four.
Police: McDonald's Employee Stabbed To Death In The BronxIt happened around just before 4:30 a.m. at a McDonald's on Broadway in the Kingsbridge section.
Upper East Side Pastor Accused Of Skimming From Church DonationsAn Upper East Side pastor has been accused of stealing cash from the church offering box.
Group Lists Best And Worst Events For NYC Subways, Buses In 2015As 2015 comes to a close, a transit interest group is sizing up the state of subway and bus service for the year.

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