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FDNY officers promoted in Brooklyn ceremony

Among the fire officers promoted Wednesday was the nephew of a chief who made the supreme sacrifice on 9/11.


Trump signs resolution condemning hate groups hours after reviving 'bad dudes' assertion

"You know, you have some pretty bad dudes on the other side also," Trump told reporters aboard Air Force once, sparking another round of criticism that the president has failed to adequately condemn hate speech.


Shooting reported in Stapleton; no one reported injured

Police were investigating a reported shooting in Stapleton Thursday night.


Chamber of Commerce Building Awards applications due Friday

The application deadline for the 56th annual Chamber of Commerce Building Awards is Friday, Sept. 15.


No charges for man taken into custody on Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.-- No charges were filed after an emotionally disturbed man was taken into custody on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Wednesday afternoon, police said. Authorities responded to a report of a possible jumper on the upper-level of the Staten Island-bound...


Is nothing sacred? A look at recent thefts, robberies at Staten Island places of worship

Incidents of armed robbery and theft at parishes and chapels across Staten Island have been reported in recent years to police, and in some cases have led to arrests.


Trump tweets: No deal with Dems on DACA, border wall

President Trump tweeted Thursday that no deal had been reached with Democratic leaders on DACA and the border wall.


Irma's life and demise: 2 weeks of destruction and fear

Irma's confirmed death toll is 61 and still rising, 38 in the Caribbean and 23 in the United States


Should Michelle Obama run for president in 2020?

For years, people have urged Michelle Obama to run for political office, and after she gave a remarkable speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, enthusiasm has only grown.


Schumer to teachers: Don't miss out on tax break for supplies

Senator Chuck Schumer is reminding teachers they are eligible for a tax deduction for money they spend on school supplies.


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