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The parents of a New Jersey man fatally run down along Hudson River bike path are planning to file the first lawsuit. [Read More]
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A prominent New York Times reporter covering the White House has been suspended from the paper amid an inquiry into allegations he acted inappropriately with... [Read More]
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More than 30 victims now say they were abused by a Catholic priest known by students as "Father Pervert," "The Pig" and "Lurch." [Read More]
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The online auction house fighting a lawsuit over Madonna's personal items plans to take bids on nude photos of the singer. [Read More]
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The prominent New York Times reporter covering the White House was suspended from the paper amid an inquiry into harassment allegations. [Read More]
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The financial neglect of the city's ailing subway system now looks even worse. [Read More]
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A homophobic super from hell stabbed a Bronx dad defending his gay stepson in the eye — yet still works in their apartment building. [Read More]
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Two teens were both charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon. [Read More]
A major New York City landlord has flouted laws protecting rent-stabilized housing, according to three new lawsuits to be filed Wednesday. [Read More]
Sightings of ICE agents at courthouses across the state have surged from 11 to 110, compared with last year, advocates say. [Read More]
The three children of billionaire philanthropist Joan Tisch, who died at 90, have asked a judge to give them control of her portfolio. [Read More]
Jared Kushner's real estate company was slapped Tuesday with a second lawsuit alleging it was flouting rent stabilization laws. [Read More]
The families of Newtown victims will take their high-stakes case to Connecticut's highest court Tuesday. [Read More]
Two protesters climbed flag poles outside of a JP Morgan Chase building on Park Ave. [Read More]
A Brooklyn eatery has fired an employee after she claimed on video that "everybody" knows racism is on the menu. [Read More]
New FBI statistics show that there were 6,121 hate crimes last year compared to 5,818 in 2015 — a 5% increase. [Read More]
The Texas Church targeted in a mass shooting is holding services again one week after Devin Kelley killed 26 parishioners. [Read More]
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act pending in Congress would require states to recognize concealed carry permits from other states. [Read More]
"He would say he wished he had the nerve to do it, but all he would be able to do is kill animals." [Read More]
She's fake news! The New York Times sued a Queens woman Thursday, saying she posed as one of its reporter for at least two years. [Read More]
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