NYPD plans for more cops at polling stations on ‘contentious’ Election Day

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The NYPD plans to send “more police officers” to polling places across Gotham this year because of the “contentious” 2020 presidential election — and...

NJ woman thwarts kidnapping by mouthing ‘Help me’ to alert cops

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A woman foiled a shakedown plot by kidnappers by mouthing “Help me” to a stranger in a New Jersey parking lot, police said Tuesday. The...

More than 2,000 NYC kids have tested positive for COVID since September

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A total of 2,056 city kids have tested positive for the coronavirus since the beginning of September — with an infection rate of 2...

Family of grandparents attacked on subway platform speaks out on ‘heinous’ incident

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The grandparents and grandson attacked at a Brooklyn subway station this week were left with swollen faces and needed stitches after the brutal attack...

Tekashi 6ix9ine sued by 13-year-old girl for child porn video he posted

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Rainbow-haired rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has been sued by the 13-year-old girl depicted engaging in a sex act in videos the rapper posted online, new...

NYPD squad car in fender-bender after brake line cut

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NYPD detectives are on the hunt for the vandal who endangered cops and the public by cutting the brake line on a police radio...

Judge rules 96 percent of NYC crosswalks don’t protect the blind

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Big Apple crosswalks aren’t accessible for blind pedestrians, a judge ruled Tuesday in a suit against the city. The American Council of the Blind of...

$9B plan to replace Rikers with borough jails delayed due to NYC’s cash-crunch

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The city’s COVID-19 budget crisis has caused the de Blasio administration to push back plans to replace Rikers Island  — and may mean that...

More than 500K NYC residents unemployed as pandemic lingers

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More than 500,000 New York City residents are still unemployed six months into the lingering coronavirus pandemic, a sobering new report released Tuesday revealed. The...

Elderly man in wheelchair struck by car on Upper East Side

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A driver plowed into a 94-year-old man in a wheelchair on the Upper East Side Tuesday afternoon, leaving the elderly victim in critical but...

NYC teacher suspected of sexual relationship with student invokes Fifth Amendment

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A Brooklyn teacher invoked the Fifth Amendment against self-incrimination when asked by city school investigators about his relationship with a female student, records show. David...

Bystander among victims in trio of Brooklyn shootings

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A road-rage shooting left a bystander in critical condition with a bullet to the head — one victim in a trio of early Sunday...

‘Defective’ e-bike puts Brooklyn man in coma after crash: lawsuit

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A Brooklyn man landed in a medically induced coma for at least 10 days when he crashed an allegedly defective e-bike just minutes after...

Gov. Cuomo lays out massive COVID-19 vaccination plan across New York

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New York is planning to set up “mass vaccination sites’’ once COVID-19 vaccines become available through the federal government and vetted by an independent...

Bronx prosecutor claims DA ignored her rape, sex assault by colleague, NYPD officer

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A Bronx prosecutor says an NYPD officer sexually assaulted her and an investigator from the Bronx District Attorney’s office raped her — but both...

Gov. Cuomo says changes to NY COVID-19 restrictions may come this week

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Changes to the restrictions on New York’s coronavirus clusters could be announced later this week as the surge in cases continues to recede, Gov....

Gov. Cuomo says banned massive Hasidic wedding isn’t ‘top of list of concerns’

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday dismissed angst over the banned massive Hasidic wedding in Brooklyn as “not on the top of list of concerns’’...

Casket outside Brooklyn nursing home filled with 6,500 covers of Cuomo’s book

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A silver casket was wheeled to the front of a Brooklyn nursing home Sunday — and 6,500 copies of the cover of Gov. Andrew...

Brooklyn business owners on edge over arbitrary COVID-19 closure zones

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They’ve been pushed to the edge. Owners of Brooklyn businesses located near the boundaries between two of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s color-coded coronavirus restriction zones are...

CEO of Bronx homeless service provider fired amid criminal probe

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A Bronx-based homeless services provider has fired its CEO after she became the subject of a state criminal probe, The Post has learned. The board...

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