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.
Doctors Remove Cantaloupe-Sized Tumor From 12-Year-Old Girl's FaceA 12-year-old girl from Gambia is thanking the doctors who removed a six-pound tumor the size of a cantaloupe from her jaw.
More Bomb Threats Force Evacuations Of Jewish Centers Across US, Including NY & NJSeveral Jewish Community Centers in the Tri-State Area were forced to evacuate Monday as another wave of bomb threats was called in to JCCs across the country.
‘Not In Their Name’ Families Of 9/11 Victims Rally Against Trump Travel BanThe families of 9/11 victims stood with Muslim Americans in opposition to Donald Trump's executive order travel ban.
Senators Urge USDA To Restore Animal Cruelty Data To WebsiteU.S. Sen. Bob Menendez is calling on the Trump administration to immediately restore animal cruelty information that was recently removed from a government website.
Civil Liberties Advocates Push Back Against Calls For Familial DNA TestingThe Karina Vetrano case could have gone cold if it had not been for an investigative breakthrough that Queens Assistant District Attorney Eric Rosenbaum described as a strike of lightning.
Council Bill Would Prevent Businesses From Automatically Renewing ContractsHave you ever joined a gym in January? You might get what seems like a good deal, until you don't use the membership.
FDNY Enlists Diverse Group Of Firefighters To Attract Recruits New York City's fire department is pumping $10 million into a new campaign to help recruitment efforts.
De Blasio Appears At Gunfire Free Queensbridge Houses To Announce Anti-Violence InitiativeMayor Bill de Blasio was at the Queensbridge Houses on Friday, to announce the creation of the Mayor's Office To Prevent Gun Violence.
Nor'easter Brings Flooding To Coastal Areas Of NY, NJMany areas along the shorelines in New York and New Jersey were left partially underwater Monday, as a nor'easter moved through the area.
Lawmakers Want State To Step-In, Streamline City Housing Assistance ProgramsMayor Bill de Blasio's administration said it would like to stop using hotels and expensive cluster apartments for homeless families, but the demand is too high.
Police: Woman Playing Dominoes Shot In The Neck In The BronxIt happened at the corner of 159th Street and Sheridan Avenue.

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