“We are not COVID, and we are not a virus."
Two people were stabbed to death and two others badly injured in a string of unprovoked attacks along the A train.
"We intend to name as many people as possible in a 24-hour period."
The event was initially scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m., but was moved up an hour so that Shabbat-observant Jews could attend.
The next hearing in Isaacs's case is set for September 13th.
A local activist group will hold a candlelight vigil tonight outside the slaughterhouse from whence the bull came.
Mourners will gather in Jackson Heights, Washington Heights, and Carroll Gardens.
"Even if I'm not in France, I feel concerned, because it's friends. I love my country."
UWS residents are urging the city to crack down on drivers who kill pedestrians after a 9-year-old and a 73-year-old were fatally struck in separate incidents on Friday.
The witness never told the police that Kimani Gray didn't have a gun or that he backed up, but she told the Daily News, "There was no reason. No false move."
It seems that a vigil to remember the teen turned unruly.
The President will be speaking to victims' families and first responders.
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