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Man smashes window of NYC Popeyes and steals safe: video

This is the moment a brazen thief uses a rock to smash the window of a Bronx Popeyes — and rip off a safe holding $2,000. Video released by cops late Tuesday shows the suspect repeatedly chucking the stone...

Huge fire destroys auto auction warehouse in New Jersey

A massive four-alarm fire fueled by tires and gasoline destroyed a New Jersey auto auction warehouse, fire officials said. Video obtained by WPVI shows firefighters in Pennsauken dousing the huge flames throughout the US Auto Auction building, where the...

Gov. Phil Murphy advisors caught talking about COVID-19 mandate on camera

Republicans are demanding answers from New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy after campaign staff revealed on hidden camera that he is concealing plans for broad vaccine mandates after the upcoming election — citing independents’ concern about “my rights, my...

More than 470K without power in Massachusetts after nor’easter

More than 470,000 people are without power in Massachusetts Wednesday morning as a nor’easter pounded the region with fierce winds and heavy flooding.  The state’s outage map shows a whopping 473,200 people without power as of 8:20 a.m. Wind gusts...

California family almost crushed by Redwood trees in storm

A California family was nearly crushed by three falling redwoods – but escaped harm due to the bizarre way the massive trees came down above their RV, a report said. The trees fell during a huge rainstorm in Kentfield...

New Jersey home’s Halloween display has KKK ‘ghost’

A New Jersey home adorned with multiple Confederate flags has a haunting new addition to its facade this Halloween — a ghost that neighbors say looks like a Ku Klux Klan member. The ghoul, made from a white sheet,...

Adams, Sliwa close debates with barbs, kind words, rake de Blasio

The two major candidates vying to be the next mayor of New York City faced off Tuesday for the last time before next week’s election, providing a testier version of the debate a week earlier. Republican longshot Curtis Sliwa again...

NYC’s catastrophic hotel crisis isn’t ending anytime soon

A happy ending is in sight to the Big Apple’s hotel industry catastrophe — just wait until 2026! “I am supremely optimistic for five years from now,” said Vijay Dandapani, president of the Hotel Association of New York. But...

NYC’s restaurants are making a comeback

Il Postino, a two-decade fixture of Midtown East, almost went under. When the Waldorf Astoria, a key source of covers, was shuttering for a condo conversion, Il Postino owner Luigi Russo knew he had to move fast, so he...

‘Expect some impact’ from nor’easter through Wednesday

Mayor Bill de Blasio is warning New Yorkers to “expect some impact” from the nor’easter until Wednesday morning. Hizzoner said city officials would be remaining “vigilant” as the worst of the rain — which prompted a flash flood warning and...
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NYC mom, kids remain homeless 3 years into eviction fight

A homeless Manhattan widow is waging war against her billionaire landlord. Deborah Privitello, mom of three, has been forced...
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