Two NJ Transit buses collided in Newark early Friday morning, killing one of the drivers and injuring passengers, officials said. The crash occurred around 6 a.m. near Newark Penn Station. One bus that was traveling west on Raymond Boulevard-with no passengers on board-struck the side of another bus carrying 19 passengers that was traveling north on Broad Street, one of the officials said.
The New York Police Department charged a 35-year-old man with murder Monday night in the killings of an imam and his friend who were shot at close range as they were leaving a Queens mosque on Saturday. The NYPD charged Oscar Morel with two counts each of murder and criminal weapons possession after executing a search warrant at his home in Brooklyn.
The response by law enforcement to what turned out to be a false report of an active shooter Sunday night at John F. Kennedy International Airport snarled travel for an estimated 25,000 passengers, according to an aviation research company.
New York City police have a man in custody in the killing of an Imam and his friend who were shot at close range as they left a prayer service at a Queens mosque Saturday afternoon, authorities said.
An unfounded report of shots fired at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Sunday night led authorities to evacuate at least one terminal, creating a chaotic scene at the Queens travel hub. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said a preliminary investigation didn't indicate that shots were fired.
James O'Neill, the next leader of the New York Police Department, is stepping into the ultimate high-wire act. The city's business leaders and many conservatives want the incoming commissioner to keep aggressive, quality-of-life policing. Activists who supported Bill de Blasio's bid for mayor want a more receptive ear to the concerns of minorities.
For the third time in his career, William Bratton is moving from police chief to the private sector. The New York City police commissioner said Tuesday he has accepted a job at Teneo Holdings, a global advisory firm with strong ties to the Clintons.
New York City police Commissioner William Bratton will announce on Tuesday that he is resigning and will be replaced by Chief of Department James O'Neill, according to city officials familiar with the matter.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Charles Byrd died after multiple gunshot wounds; 'he always had care in his heart' One man was killed and another was injured following a pair of shootings in and around a Brooklyn housing project over the weekend, authorities said.
Valvani, 44 years old, was found by his wife in the bedroom of their Brooklyn home with a slash wound to his neck, said a New York Police Department spokesman. He was pronounced dead around 6:30 p.m.
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