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A man took a fatal leap from a luxury Times Square hotel Monday afternoon, dropping 20 stories before hitting a fourth-floor terrace.
Twenty-eight-year-old James Harris Jackson, the white supremacist who allegedly stabbed 66-year-old Timothy Caughman to death on Monday night, told police that his stabbing "was practice" for a larger attack against black men that he planned to carry out in New York's Times Square, CBS News reported. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
About 100 people marched from Columbus Circle to Governors Cuomo's office in Midtown East, passing through Times Square along the way. [ more › ]
James Jackson allegedly told police he planned to kill more black men in New York's Times Square
James Harris Jackson, 28, learned of the new charge at a Manhattan hearing a after the acknowledged racist surrendered Wednesday morning.
by Charles Mudede James Harris Jackson, a 28-year-old white male, entered a police substation in Times Square and allegedly told the police he killed a black man because he hates black people. Creative RF/gettyimages.com According to...Show More Summary
A unit of Brookfield Asset Management foreclosed on a $60 million mezzanine loan after owners of the former music industry mecca [The Brill Building] failed to make a $5.6 million payment in November. The owners -- including Allied Partners,...Show More Summary
A black man was killed by a 28-yr-old white man who walked into the Times Square Precinct and confessed. The reasoning behind the attack was said to be because the man was black…
On Monday night, a 28-year-old white man named James Harris Jackson stabbed a 66-year-old named Timothy Caughman to death near Times Square in New York City. Jackson told police he attacked Caughman at random because Caughman was black. Show More Summary
Police are questioning a man who turned himself in for the fatal Monday night stabbing of a 66-year-old man in Midtown Manhattan. The suspect reportedly approached officers at the Times Square police station shortly after midnight this morning and said, "You need to arrest me. I have the knife in my coat" [ more › ]
The sharp-dressed suspect wanted for fatally stabbing a 66-year-old man in Hell’s Kitchen turned himself in to police, authorities said. The 28-year-old man walked into the NYPD substation in Times Square shortly after midnight Wednesday and told police, “You need to arrest me. I have the knife in my pocket,” according to sources. Cops then...
Brookfield Properties has seized control of the Brill Building by foreclosing on a mezzanine loan it held against the Times Square property that had slipped into default in recent months. Real... To view the full story, click the title link.
My standard hotel reviews include a breakdown by the following topics. Feel free to skip to whichever section you find most interesting. Highlights Lobby & Check-in Room Hotel Space / Ambiance Food & Drink Fitness Miscellaneous Highlights: W New York – Times Square This hotel is very conveniently located for tourists in Times Square, […]
ABC News' Charli James reports from Times Square, where visitors are braving the cold to see the sights.
Photo: Top Rank Irish Olympian Michael Conlan visits Times Square in New York City even though the city is shut … The post Shot of the day appeared first on Boxing News.
Music is in the air as the Broadway roster fills up with new shows, especially the tuners that have been circling the airspace over Times Square looking to land as close as possible to the April 27 Tony Awards cut-off date. Four newShow More Summary
Three hotels have been built on the two blocks around my office at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in Times Square, all by nonunion contractors. It is a sign of the growth in the market share... To view the full story, click the title link.
A man who performed in Times Square as Chewbacca and was arrested last year after an altercation with a tourist is suing the city for false arrest, and is asking for $1 million in damages. [ more › ]