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. 04:09 PM
The medical examiner has ruled the death of a 3-year-old Brooklyn boy a homicide.
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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.
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Garbage Hauler Who Says He May Have Picked Up Etan Patz's Remains Testifies in Trial
Manhattan
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. 09:41 PM
City Marks 22 Years Since First WTC Attack
Manhattan
A memorial ceremony took place Thursday to honor the victims of the first attack on the World Trade Center 22 years ago. Updated 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. 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. 01:16 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.
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Glamorous looks with an edge reigned supreme at Fashion Week. NY1 Arts and Culture Reporter Stephanie Simon shows us the Fall 2015 collections by two well-known New York designers, Nanette Lepore and Rolando Santana.
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A lack of running water has some Harlem tenants boiling mad. 02/24/2015 07:27 PM
One on 1 Profile: Grammy-Winning Musician Arturo O'Farrill Builds a Bridge to Cuba
Earlier this month Arturo O'Farrill won his third grammy award for Best Latin Jazz album. He wields influence in the music world both locally and globally, forging his own path while staying true to his father's legacy. 02/24/2015 12:39 AM
The New York Times Close Up 02/21/15
On the February 21 edition of The New York Times Close Up, host Sam Roberts talks with Times Co-Chief Film Critic A.O. Scott, who talks about his friendship and collaboration with Times Media Equation Columnist David Carr, who died earlier this month. 02/23/2015 03:00 PM
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Ruschell Boone hosts the February 25, 2015 episode of The Call.
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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. 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. 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. 02:04 PM
Early Morning Brooklyn Fire Under Investigation
Brooklyn
Investigators are working to determine the cause of an apartment building fire in Crown Heights early Thursday morning. 01:55 PM
Cuomo Plans Trip to Cuba in April
New York City
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he'll lead a group of state officials and business leaders to Cuba on April 20. 04:59 PM
Panel Votes to Lift Ban on Cell Phones in Public Schools
New York City
The city's Panel for Educational Policy officially signed off Wednesday night on a plan to lift the longtime ban on cell phones in public schools. 07:21 AM
Ebola Doctor Says Media Fueled Panic in NYC
New York City
Dr. Craig Spencer, the Ebola survivor who spent 19 days in isolation at Bellevue Hospital, is criticizing the government and media response to his diagnosis in a new essay published in the New England Journal of Medicine. 07:34 AM
Sources: Aunt Being Questioned After 3-Year-Old Boy Found Dead in His Brooklyn Home
Brooklyn
A young boy was found dead in his Brooklyn home Wednesday, and sources say his aunt is now being questioned by police. 02/25/2015 11:33 PM
Building Partially Collapses in Manhattan
New York City
A building has partially collapsed at West 57th Street and 11th Avenue in Manhattan. Updated 02/25/2015 04:37 PM
Mayor Pushes NYC Priorities at Albany Hearing
New York City
From fighting to retain control of the city's school system to getting more state aid, Mayor Bill de Blasio was in Albany today to push his agenda to state lawmakers. Once again, it was the nature of the mayor's rocky relationship with Governor Andrew Cuomo that seemed to overshadow the mayor's message, with yet another City Hall proposal all but dead on arrival. Updated 02/25/2015 07:46 PM
Overlooked Section of September 11 Memorial and Museum Details 1993 WTC Attack
Manhattan
Thursday marks the 22nd anniversary of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, and an often-overlooked section of the September 11 Memorial and Museum details that first terror attack. 02/25/2015 09:42 PM
Terror Suspect Takes Stand in Own Defense in Federal Court in Brooklyn
Brooklyn
A terror suspect took the stand in his own defense in federal court in Brooklyn Wednesday after the U.S. attorney's office presented evidence against him seized from Osama bin Laden's compound. 02/25/2015 10:40 PM
Senate Republicans Consider Plan to Move Forward with DHS Funding Vote
Washington, D.C.
Congress is beginning to move forward on a plan that could keep the Department of Homeland Security from shutting down on Friday. Updated 02/25/2015 10:21 PM
Mayor: State Must Do More to Fund MTA's Capital Plan
New York City
While the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is essentially run by the governor, the mayor is weighing in on how to fund the agency's plans to maintain and expand the system. 02/25/2015 10:48 PM
Queens Truck Driver Accused of Rigging Bumper to Dodge Toll Evasion Fines
Queens
A Queens truck driver has been arrested for allegedly rigging his bumper to help him dodge toll evasion fines. 01:30 AM
Reward Offered for Info Leading to Arrest in Case of Dog Found Inside Suitcase in South Bronx
The Bronx
A reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in a dog abuse case where a dog was found inside a suitcase in the south Bronx. 12:40 AM
Con Ed Crews Say Slipping Because of Ice is Their Big Concern While Working in Cold Temps
Manhattan
Con Edison crews out fixing power and gas lines every day despite the frigid temperatures say their big concern is slipping and hurting themselves on the job because of the ice. 01:33 AM
East River Ferry Service Resumes with Delays
New York City
East River Ferry service has been restored with delays after it was suspended altogether Tuesday due to ice buildup. Updated 02/25/2015 01:38 PM
Longtime Queens State Senator George Onorato Dies at 86
Queens
State Senator George Onorato, a Democrat who represented areas including Astoria, Long Island City, and Sunnyside for more than 25 years, has died at the age of 86. 02/25/2015 06:42 AM
Three NYC Men Arraigned for Allegedly Trying to Join Islamic State
New York City
Federal authorities in New York have taken three people into custody for allegedly plotting to travel overseas to join the terror group ISIS. Updated 02/25/2015 11:00 PM

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