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A recent tragedy in Queens has raised new questions about the shadowy business of so-called "birth tourism." [Read More]
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Tenants in a building on Southern Blvd. in the Bronx say their health is suffering from the dreadful conditions in the infested building that was... [Read More]
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A Florida boy who ran the Tunnel to Towers race in honor of a fallen 9/11 police officer finally met his widow. [Read More]
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A hard-working immigrant who was jailed on sexual abuse charges after cops mistook hime for someone else is now suing the NYC authorities for $5... [Read More]
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Mexican day laborer Francisco Morales is suing the city for $5 million after spending at least two weeks on Rikers Island where he was sent... [Read More]
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A 33-year Brooklyn resident who served as matriarch for two generations of U.S. citizens was deported in the dark of night to her native Mexico,... [Read More]
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The superstorm's aftermath forced her to the mainland and New York to seek medical treatment. But the federal housing vouchers that kept her and her... [Read More]
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Time's up for hundreds of Puerto Rican evacuees in New York and across the country who were relying on federal assistance to pay for hotel... [Read More]
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Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams demanded Monday the NYPD must simplify the requirements for police officers with 9/11 illnesses to prove they were at Ground... [Read More]
Victim Eucario Xelo, 65, was riding his bike west on Seneca Ave. toward Woodbine St. near his Ridgewood  home when the pack of rowdy motorcyclists happened... [Read More]
The man charged with killing a deliveryman outside his Harlem pizza shop was ordered held without bail by a Manhattan judge Sunday. [Read More]
as one of his alleged killers pleaded not guilty to murder charges in court Monday. [Read More]
A disgraced ex-Brazilian soccer official was sentenced Wednesday to four years in prison for his role in the massive FIFA corruption scandal. Jose Maria Marin... [Read More]
Pipes broke on the 12th, 17th and 20th floors in Morrisania Air Rights, the 40-year-old NYCHA building Park Ave. by E 158th St. in Melrose. [Read More]
Gov. Cuomo drew gasps and groans at a bill-signing ceremony Wednesday when he declared that America "was never that great." Cuomo made the eyebrow-raising remark... [Read More]
It's not exactly the most stirring political slogan. Gov. Cuomo raised eyebrows Wednesday when, in knocking President Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan, he argued... [Read More]
The 36th annual Dominican Day Parade rolled up Sixth Avenue Sunday afternoon led by Bronx-born bachata star Prince Royce. At a breakfast preceding the march, Dominican... [Read More]
Catalina Cruz remembers arriving at JFK Airport from Colombia at just 9-years-old with her single mother and one thing on their minds: Achieving the American... [Read More]
One of the victims of a Queens lightning strike fell face first in the park where he was playing soccer with friends and didn't know... [Read More]
A Brooklyn man who was killed in a motorcycle crash in Queens had just bought his first bike that same fatal weekend. [Read More]
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