Manhattan A 35-year-old woman has been charged with second degree murder in the death of her one-year-old son, who died Monday after being found unresponsive inside a Midtown restaurant. Updated 07:45 PM
An on-time state budget could be in jeopardy as lawmakers vote this evening in Albany ahead of their midnight deadline.
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The Civilian Complaint Review Board is now investigating a video that appears to show a plainclothes officer losing his temper on a Uber driver.
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Woman, 70, Gunned Down Answering Door at Queens Home
Queens
Police in Queens are investigating after a 70-year-old woman was fatally shot in the head early this morning after answering the door to her home. Updated 12:57 PM
23 Indicted in Alleged Medicaid Fraud Scheme
New York City
Nearly two dozen people have been indicted in an alleged Medicaid fraud scheme that targeted some of the city's most vulnerable residents. 09:22 PM
Cuomo Bars Non-Essential State-Funded Travel to Indiana Over Controversial Law
New York State
Governor Andrew Cuomo is reacting to Indiana's controversial religious freedom law by barring any non-essential state-funded travel to the area. 04:53 PM
Sources: Hillary Clinton Considering Brooklyn for Campaign Headquarters
It's widely expected Hillary Clinton will soon announce her second bid for the White House, and there's already serious talk that her headquarters will be in an area she once represented: New York—specifically, Brooklyn. The choice would spotlight a new campaign theme she hopes will make this presidential run more successful than the last. 06:42 PM
Focus Turns to Gas Connection in East Village Blast
The investigation into last week's deadly building explosion is now focusing on a gas line that may have been improperly tapped. 07:32 PM
Local Officials Want Increase in Penalties in Effort to Stop Trespassing on Bridges
Local elected officials are calling for an increase in penalties to try to stop trespassing on bridges. 05:39 PM
Under The Gun: Criminal Justice Expert Says Less Stop-and-Frisk Means Fewer Guns Seized From Streets
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
After years of declines in crime, the number of shootings in the city is up 7 percent so far in 2015. Police seized fewer illegal guns last year, which raises the questions: Are shootings up because there are more guns on the street? Are fewer guns being seized because stop-and-frisk policing has largely ended?