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Man Fatally Struck By F Train At West 4th Street

A man was fatally struck by n F train at the West 4th Street - Washington Square station on Saturday afternoon, officials said. [ more › ]

Daredevil Teen Turns Himself In After Climbing Skyscrapers Throughout The City

Justin Casquejo, the teenage daredevil who just can't stop climbing skyscrapers for fun, turned himself into police on Friday after posting pictures of himself dangling from structures across the city. [ more › ]

Post Finds Shocking Conspiracy In City's Efforts To Redesign Manhattan Streets

Conspiracy madness is currently gripping America. Whether they're trying to get to the truth about emails, uncovering worldwide wrongdoing in Pizzagate or finding Putin's nefarious fingerprints all over that parking ticket you got, people seem to see dark shadows all around them. Show More Summary

Muslim Woman Attacked By Men Screaming 'Donald Trump' Says No One Intervened

No one intervened when three drunk men allegedly harassed a Muslim woman, called her a terrorist, and tried to remove her hijab, the assaulted woman said on Friday. [ more › ]

Man Steals Entire ATM By Ripping It Off Of Gas Station Wall In Broad Daylight

A Queens gas station is down one outdoor ATM after a thief pulled it off the wall with his car and drove off with it in broad daylight on Friday morning. [ more › ]

Airbnb Has Settled Its Lawsuit Against The City

The city reached an agreement on Friday with Airbnb regarding a lawsuit the company filed after Governor Cuomo signed a law that made thousands of the New York City listings on the website illegal. [ more › ]

Department Of Transportation Debuts Pedestrian Plaza At Chaotic Bushwick Intersection

The Department of Transportation debuted traffic calming measures on a formerly chaotic intersection at the border of Bushwick and Ridgewood yesterday, including a section of Wyckoff Avenue that has been converted into a pedestrian plaza. [ more › ]

The Burger/Burrito Mashup The World Apparently Asked For Is Coming To Park Slope Next Year

A new burger-and-burrito joint is coming to Park Slope, and their signature item, a burger/burrito mashup, is exactly what is sounds like: a burger and fries (sans bun) wrapped in a flour tortilla. [ more › ]

President-Elect Trump Has Already Pissed Off China

The freewheeling Donald Trump foreign policy tour hit a bit of a pothole last night, after it was reported that Trump spoke with the president of Taiwan, reversing almost 40 years of U.S. foreign policy. [ more › ]

Staten Island Man Allegedly Steals MTA Bus For The Second Time In Two Years

A Staten Island man was arrested for allegedly stealing a MTA bus from the St. George Ferry Terminal on Friday. He was also arrested two years ago for committing the same exact crime in the same place. [ more › ]

Former Police Officer Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison For Selling Date Rape Drug Online

A former police officer who sold an analogue of GHB, otherwise known as "the date rape drug," out of his home was sentenced to eight years in prison yesterday, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's office. [ more › ]

Ex-NYPD Traffic Agent Arrested For 'Rubbing Against' Women At Rockefeller Center Tree

Four women who were enjoying the sights of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree were allegedly sexually abused by a former NYPD employee on Thursday night. [ more › ]

We Can Only Dream They're Talking About Victoria Beckham.

Club boy #1: So you must tell me: how was posh last night? Club boy #2: Oh, I don't know. I'm not really sure what happened, but at some point someone, um, bit my nipple and ever since, it just, um, hasn't been the same. –53rd & 9th Overheard by: Andrew L

From the Desk of Nadia: A Place to Call Home

My friend Nadia (as you'll read) is nothing short of amazing. She's warm, inviting, and curious to learn about other people's cultures, religions, and beliefs. She does this humbly emanating her sense of curiosity rather than a sense of judgement or condescension. Some people do not embrace this mind-set. Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: In Case Of Emergency, Blame Millennials

Because you would work for Obama's media startup, check out today's end-of-day links: appreciating Norm MacDonald, Patton Oswalt on being single dad, blaming millennials, Trumpenfreude tumblr, Times goes full-bees, and dog plays it cool. Show More Summary

Video: Animal Rights Activists Convince Tourists To Get Out Of Horse-Drawn Carriage

Animal rights activists may not have succeeded in getting the city to ban carriage horses, but they've found a new way to dissuade people from taking rides in the horse-drawn buggies: riding alongside carriages and urging tourists to take a free ride around Central Park in electric cars instead. [ more › ]

Here’s Where to Find a Brooklyn-ized Version of New England’s Revered Fluffernutter Sandwich

New England’s favorite marshmallow sandwich is the inspiration for a new brunch dish at Sunday in Brooklyn.

Report: Black Public School Students In NYC Arrested 10 Times More Often Than White Peers

Black students at New York City's public schools are arrested at a rate 10 times higher than their white peers, according to a new report on school discipline from the New York Civil Liberties Union. [ more › ]

Photos: 24 Hours At The Standing Rock NoDAPL Camp

When the eviction notice came in it was just after nightfall, and our expressions of shock were lit by bonfires and phone screens. In a letter addressed to the Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Army Corps of Engineers declared...Show More Summary

Trumpkins Are Going To Court To Stop The Recounts Even Though Trump Won Bigly, Right?

Though Donald Trump won the Electoral College in a self-proclaimed landslide—and would have won even more tremendously, had it not been for all that pesky voter fraud that didn't happen—his surrogates appear to be going out of their way to make sure no one looks too closely at the votes. Show More Summary

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