The Latest

Baby in stroller killed, mother seriously injured by driver on Long Island

A 2-year-old girl in a stroller was killed and her mother was seriously injured when they were struck by a pickup truck while crossing a Long Island road on Monday...

Manhattan DA investigating Leon Black over sex assault accusations: report

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has reportedly opened a criminal probe into billionaire Leon Black over allegations he raped two models.

Smoke shop workers fight off would-be robber in NYC

A trio of workers at a Bronx smoke shop stood their ground and fought back against a would-be robber over the weekend, surveillance video shows.

Cuomo rule: Hochul hires law firm to probe harassment in state government

ALBANY — They should call it the Cuomo rule. Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Monday that her administration will hire an outside law firm to investigate any future claims of unlawful...

Straphanger shot during rush-hour robbery attempt in Union Square station

A Manhattan straphanger was shot in a robbery attempt aboard a train at the Union Square subway station during the evening rush Monday, authorities said. The attack occurred on an...

NYPD to crack down on Washington Square Park weed dealers after Post story

Cops plan to crack down on the drug dealers peddling pot amid families and tourists in Washington Square Park, a law-enforcement source said Monday.

NYC school safety agents ranks have thinned 25 percent amid rise in gun busts

NYPD Chief of Department Rodney Harrison revealed Monday that the city's school safety agent force has plunged by 36 percent in recent years.

Ex-NYPD sergeants' union head explains offensive 'bitch' and 'whore' tweets

Mullins -- who is the subject of a federal investigation into alleged misuse of union finances -- took the stand in his administrative trial over the fiery postings last year.

Judicial inquiry into the handling of Eric Garner's arrest begins

Garner's mom, sister and other activists in August 2019 filed suit against the city and top city officials to hold the unusual court proceeding to force officials to testify about...

Nor'easter set to soak NYC area just weeks after Hurricane Ida damage

The tri-state area could see four or more inches of rain Monday night into Tuesday, potentially pummeling the area with another round of flash flooding, New York officials warned.