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Man critically hurt in NYC crash that split SUV in half

A man was critically hurt in Queens late Monday when he lost control and crashed his SUV into a utility pole — causing it to split in half, cops said.  The 32-year-old man was driving his Honda Pilot east...

Three more LIRR supervisors are disciplined for time fraud

A Long Island Rail Road surfacing foreman has been suspended along with two other grifting supervisors after the three men were caught lounging at home, shopping and even gambling on the MTA’s dime, the MTA inspector general said. The...

Supreme Court gun case would ‘open the floodgates’ to violence in NYC

The US Supreme Court will “open the floodgates” to more violence in the Big Apple if it overturns a law that puts limits on carrying a concealed gun in public, NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea warned Sunday. The top...

Two dead, four injured in overnight NYC shootings

Two people were killed and four others hurt in separate shootings across the city overnight, police said. Cops responding to a 911 call just after 11 p.m. Friday found a man on Miller Avenue in Brooklyn who had...

Feds raid Project Veritas-linked apartments over Ashley Biden’s diary: report

Federal agents raided two New York addresses Thursday linked to conservative outlet Project Veritas as part of a probe into the apparent theft of President Biden’s daughter’s diary, a report said. The feds executed search warrants at a Midtown...

Eric Adams to take first paychecks as NYC mayor in bitcoin

New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams announced Thursday that he will take his first three paychecks in bitcoin — one-upping Miami’s crypto-friendly mayor, who said earlier this week that he would take his next paycheck in the digital...

NYC neighbors fighting to save historic Ohr Natan Synagogue

Queens residents are up in arms over a plan to tear down a historic synagogue and diner and replace them with a 15-story mixed-use condo building, according to neighbors. More than 3,500 residents have signed a petition to save...

920 kilos of cocaine headed for NYC seized, DEA says

More than a ton of cocaine headed for the Big Apple was found stashed in metal lawn rollers when authorities recently busted a trio of drug traffickers, officials said Tuesday. Authorities said the 920 kilograms of coke represents the...

Queens superintendent behind controversial diversity plan retiring

A Queens schools superintendent who once initiated a controversial diversity plan announced her retirement Monday, The Post has learned. Mabel Muniz Sarduy, executive superintendent of Queens North, told her principals in an email that she is stepping down from her...

Hochul calls Penn Station ‘scary’ while touring Grand Central extension

Gov. Kathy Hochul on Sunday pledged to take action to fix “scary” Penn Station during a tour of Grand Central’s long-delayed and severely overbudget “East Side Access” terminal. Speaking to reporters after a “test ride” on the Long Island...
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NYC man slashed at Times Square subway station

A homeless man was slashed in the face during a fight with a woman at a Times Square...
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