Brooklyn A Brooklyn woman was arraigned Friday on charges she beat her 3-year-old nephew to death over spelling lessons. 12:20 AM
Police are hoping surveillance video will help them find a teenager who they say raped a 12-year-old girl in the Bronx Tuesday afternoon.
Updated 02/27/2015 06:23 PM
A controversial charter school in Brooklyn run by the teachers' union is shutting down its elementary and middle grades.
01:25 AM
Police Seek Man Caught on Video in Manhattan Office Before Allegedly Burglarizing It
Police are looking for a man caught on video lounging around a Manhattan office before allegedly burglarizing it. 12:37 AM
Congress Staves Off Homeland Security Furloughs with Temporary Solution
Washington, D.C.
Congress prevented another shutdown as the House late Friday approved a bill to fund the Homeland Security Department for one week, with just two hours before a midnight deadline. 02/27/2015 11:10 PM
Psychiatrist Testifies That Man Accused of Murdering Etan Patz Admitted He Hurt Child in 1979
A psychiatrist testified Friday that the man accused of murdering Etan Patz admitted he hurt a child in 1979. 12:51 AM
February the Coldest Month in NYC Since 1979
New York City
With just a day to go, it's clear that this February will go down as one of the coldest months in New York City history. NY1 meteorologist John Davitt takes a look at the chilling details and whether climate change might be playing a role. 02/27/2015 11:12 PM
State Capitol Program Teaches About 13th Amendment
The With All Our Rights program aimed to inform and celebrate emancipation and African-American’s participation in the legislative and democratic processes.
02/21/2015 06:39 PM
Designer Sherri Hill found inspiration in old Hollywood for her new collection of gowns and cocktail dresses.
02/27/2015 11:32 AM
NYer of the Week: Wendy Hilliard Inspires NYers to Stay in Shape Through Gymnastics
This week's New Yorker is a Hall of Fame gymnast who's encouraging young New Yorkers to stay in shape by soaring to new heights. 01:32 AM
What a Week 2/27/15
Radio talk show host Mark Simone and New York Daily News columnist Linda Stasi offer their take on the week's top news stories, from the Oscars to the Cuomo administration's order to delete emails. 02/27/2015 12:39 PM
Long-Circulating Utility Scam Still Taking In Unsuspecting Victims
A utility scam that's been circulating for a while is still taking in unsuspecting victims. 02/26/2015 11:50 PM
NY1 Online: The Call 2/26/15
Ruschell Boone hosts the February 26, 2015 episode of The Call.
02/27/2015 02:50 PM
Queens Couple Charged with Kidnapping, Assaulting Housekeeper
A Queens man and his wife are under arrest on charges they kidnapped and assaulted a woman who worked for them as police search for another man in connection with the alleged attack. 02/27/2015 06:24 AM
City Councilman Makes Push for Relocated Car Tracker
New York City
When cars are moved because of things like parades or movie shoots, drivers often have no clue where their vehicles are, and now one city lawmaker is looking to change that. 02/27/2015 07:18 AM
NYPD Rescues 10 Puppies From Manhattan Apartment, Charge Two with Animal Cruelty
The NYPD saved 10 puppies from filthy and unsafe conditions in a West Village apartment on Thursday. 02/27/2015 11:05 AM
SI Parents and Students Rally in Support of Tax Credit
Staten Island
Hundreds of Staten Island parents and students packed a rally to push for a tax credit they hope will make it easier to send their kids to private schools. 02/27/2015 07:58 PM
Governor Says City Schools Not Making the Grade
New York City
Governor Cuomo is calling for the state legislature to take action on city schools that have low standardized test scores and graduation rates. 02/27/2015 11:59 AM
Big Plans in Store for Two Bronx Parks
The Bronx
The city Parks Department unveiled a massive plan this week to revitalize Crotona and Tremont Parks in the Bronx. 02/27/2015 09:08 AM
Lawmakers Urge Congress to Add Museum to African Burial Ground in Manhattan
New York City
Lawmakers would like Congress to create an international museum and education center at the African Burial Ground in Lower Manhattan. 02/27/2015 03:29 PM
New York Daily News Explores Selling, New Investors
New York City
Owner and publisher Mort Zuckerman released a memo to employees Thursday about a potential sale. 02/26/2015 10:45 PM
City, Sergeants Union Agree to 7-Year Labor Deal
New York City
The city on Thursday announced it has reached a tentative labor agreement with its police sergeants union which authorizes an 11 percent raise over the next seven years. 02/26/2015 04:09 PM
SI Dems Back Brooklyn's Gentile in Special Congressional Election
Staten Island
Democrats finally have their candidate to run in the special election for the 11th congressional district: Brooklyn City Councilman Vincent Gentile. 02/26/2015 11:56 PM
Verdict Given in Deadly Embassy Bombings Trial
New York City
Jurors found Khaled al-Fawwaz guilty for his involvement in the 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. 02/26/2015 10:35 PM
Brooklyn Community Leaders Say Borough's Community of Muslim Immigrants Love America
Community leaders in Brooklyn say the borough's tightly-knit community of Muslim immigrants from central Asia loves America in the aftermath of the arrest of three local men on charges of supporting Islamic terrorists in Syria. 02/26/2015 10:37 PM
Garbage Hauler Who Says He May Have Picked Up Etan Patz's Remains Testifies in Trial
Jurors on Thursday heard testimony from a garbage hauler who says he may have picked up Etan Patz's remains after the boy was allegedly strangled by Pedro Hernandez. 02/26/2015 09:41 PM
City Marks 22 Years Since First WTC Attack
A memorial ceremony took place Thursday to honor the victims of the first attack on the World Trade Center 22 years ago. Updated 02/26/2015 07:06 PM
FCC Approves Plan to Regulate Broadband Like Utility
Washington, D.C.
The Federal Communications Commission approved Thursday a sweeping plan to regulate broadband like a utility, a move supporters say will ensure the Internet remains an open place. 02/26/2015 08:51 PM
Lynch Nomination Clears Hurdle in Washington
New York City
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted in favor of advancing the nomination of Brooklyn federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch to become the next Attorney General. 02/26/2015 01:16 PM
Finalist for One-Way Trip to Mars: 'Opportunity of Every Lifetime in Humanity's History'
Washington, D.C.
A one-of-a-kind mission to Mars has narrowed its pool of potential explorers, who say they are willing to spend the rest of their lives there. Washington bureau reporter Geoff Bennett has the story of one woman who is in the final running to make the one-way trip. 02/26/2015 07:13 PM
De Blasio Pays Respects to Officer Shot to Death in Squad Car 27 Years Ago
New York City
Mayor Bill de Blasio paid his respects to Eddie Byrne, the NYPD officer shot to death in his squad car more than 25 years ago. 02/26/2015 04:31 PM
Proposed Bill Would Pull Plug on NYPD Typewriters
New York City
A Queens councilman is set to introduce a bill that would phase out the NYPD's use of typewriters when filing many police documents. 02/26/2015 02:04 PM
Brooklyn Terror Arrests Add to Fears of Growing Islamic State
New York City
Concern over the Islamic State's reach and influence is growing now that three Brooklyn men have been arrested on charges they plotted to join the terror group. Updated 02/26/2015 01:44 PM

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