What to KnowWorshipers were at an interfaith service honoring Martin Luther King Jr. across the street from Trump Tower on SundayTalk was widespread about President Trump's reported comments targeting Haitian immigrants and Africans from "shithole countries"Worshipers hope to send a message of unity; some were headed to Trump Tower afterwards for a protestA service honoring civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday was dominated by conversations about vulgar comments President...
A police officer was struck by a vehicle near Times Square during a traffic stop, police said Sunday.The car was driving recklessly on West 42nd Street when the officer tried to pull it over shortly after midnight, the NYPD said. The car then struck the officer, who was between Seventh and Eighth avenues. The officer was taken to Mout Sinai Hospital with minor leg injuries, police said. The driver of the car wasn't identified.
A service honoring civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday was dominated by conversations about vulgar comments President Trump reportedly made about African nations last week. Hundreds gathered at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, across the street from Trump Tower, for the interfaith service, which was about equality and unity.
#UPDATE: On Cuomo Bridge (Tapp) car crashes.
Four or five accidents, ranging from 2-3 cars a piece
Happened at around 7a
Minor injuries—at least two people went to Nyack Hospital with minor injuries
Scene is cleared at this time. https://t.co/uRPXRdzHKI
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