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The 26-year-old suspect is charged with one count of attempted use of fire to damage and destroy a building used in interstate commerce.

Migrants camping out in front of the Watson Hotel say they are not swayed after a visit to the 1,000-bed shelter at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal.

The massive mammal first became beached on Lido Beach in the town of Hempstead at 6:30 a.m., and died just 30 minutes later.

The protests coincided with the release of bodycam footage showing Nichols being beaten by several Memphis police officers.

More than 200 FDNY and EMS officials responded to the scene, where videos posted to social media showed flames shooting through windows of the building's top floors.

One Manhattan bar owner says she saw for herself how important it is to be prepared.

A federal jury in Manhattan found 64-year-old Robert Hadden guilty of sexual abuse after a two-week trial during which nine former patients shared how the doctor attacked them during their visits.

A national discussion over the efficacy of gas stoves landed in the mayor’s lap on Monday when he was asked about Gov. Kathy Hochul’s support of a statewide ban on the sale of fossil fuel-based heating equipment.

The nearly $12 billion terminal is expected to increase Long Island Rail Road service by 41% when it opens.

The two boys were leaving the Police Athletic League when someone opened fire.

The city parks department says the sighting is actually a good thing – and a sign that the waterway is a healthy habitat.

Thirteen families were displaced from their homes at 80 Clarkson Ave. in Flatbush, Brooklyn after the Dec. 16 fire left their apartments uninhabitable.

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