A woman says she was raped in Manhattan by a man masquerading as a Lyft driver. The 22-year-old woman was near 17th Street and Seventh Avenue early Wednesday when she requested a Lyft around 2 a.m., police said. A man in a black SUV pulled up a short time later and claimed to be her driver.
A man was shoved headfirst into a Greenwich Village restaurant window in what police are investigating as a hate crime. Police say a man yelled racist and anti-gay slurs at another man, then shoved his head against the window of the restaurant on West...
The 6-year-old New York City boy who died last week after allegedly being abused by his mother's boyfriend is being mourned. Zymere died Sept. 26 after what prosecutors say was months of abuse by his mother and her boyfriend.
A 27-year-old Queens man is being sought as a person of interest in the disappearance of his mother, police say. The woman, 58-year-old Lyubova Gorbunova of Rego Park, was last seen Sept. 27 at about 9
Police are investigating after an NYPD traffic agent was allegedly hit by a car and assaulted by a driver who apparently became angry when she wouldn't allow him to make a right turn onto a midtown street. The 61-year-old agent was...
An out-of-control SUV repeatedly crashed into six others vehicles before barreling into a Hebrew school after an elderly driver suffered a medical emergency in Manhattan, police said. It was chaos on East 20th Street in Gramercy Park when the black Jeep seemingly flew out of control Wednesday and hit six other cars.
Police shot a man in New Jersey Tuesday night after he threatened a woman with a machete and then went after good Samaritans and police officers who tried to help her, authorities said. The suspect was shot and injured by police sometime before 8:15 p.m.
Authorities vowed Wednesday to "catch this depraved predator" after two teenage girls, one 16, the other on the eve of her 16th birthday, were found brutally slain a few hundred feet from each other less than 24 hours apart.
Educators will be locked out as classes begin at Long Island University's Brooklyn campus on Wednesday. The faculty of the school plan to rally Wednesday morning at the campus in downtown Brooklyn amid the lockout and escalating tensions over a contract.
Two young children were found trapped inside a hot car parked in the Bronx, banging on the windows as they sat in the sweltering heat, police say. Police say an officer was driving on Barnes Avenue in Morris Park when he noticed someone hitting a car...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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