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A man arrested in Delaware in the takedown of an alleged East Coast cigarette smuggling ring that authorities believe may have funneled money to terrorist groups is being held on $12.5 million cash bail.
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Mornings are great for morning people, and you know who you are. You're ready with or without the two shots of espresso that everyone else needs- to just pull out of the driveway.
Thank god for Marty Markowitz, possibly the only lovable politician left in New York.
A former member of Mayor Bloomberg's security detail admitted yesterday on the stand that he shot at his then-girlfriend's ex - and that he didn't report the shooting out of fear that it would "bring attention" to him and his high-profile unit.
Cops busted a sicko who raped a woman in an alleyway near Brooklyn College, police sources said Thursday night.
Life for many New Yorkers affected by Hurricane Sandy has still not returned to normal, and that is apparent at one public housing development on Coney Island, where residents say they want their playground and community center back.
QUEENS park advocates are giving a yellow card to Mayor Bloomberg's plan to take part of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park for a soccer field - and then "replace" the lost greenspace with a new park several miles and neighborhoods away.
A smuggling ring that made a fortune selling more than a million cartons of untaxed cigarettes in New York may have funneled some of the illicit proceeds to terrorist groups, authorities said Thursday.
A pedestrian struck by a motorist on April 1 in Bay Ridge died from her injuries.
A token booth in the New York City subway system. Token booth clerk Tracy King, who worked at the 111th St.
All those cartoon clips are pretty accurate, it seems. Mail carriers across the country have to fend against aggressive dogs, and Buffalo's no exception to the stereotypical image.
Some Staten Island residents say they are facing multiple building violations after accepting aid from a city-sponsored program that was supposed to help repair their Sandy-damaged homes.
Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan said today that he will not file criminal charges against Assemblyman Vito Lopez in a sexual harassment case, but he criticized state leaders for a secret, taxpayer-funded settlement with Lopez's young female accusers.
An NYPD officer has been charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Ramarley Graham, an unarmed 18-year-old in his Bronx home, prosecutors announced.