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New Yorkers get COVID-19 tests before Thanksgiving dinner

Green bean casserole and pumpkin pie is so pre-pandemic — these New Yorkers are bringing a negative COVID-19 test to Thanksgiving dinner. City residents...

As NY prison violence spikes, state sends warning to inmates

ALBANY — The head of the state’s prisons system is threatening inmates with new penalties for assaulting jailers as attacks on corrections officers...

Hochul pledges to resume NYC’s Second Avenue subway expansion

Gov. Kathy Hochul on Tuesday pledged to get the next phase of the Second Avenue Subway underway in 2022 — calling on the Biden...

Thomas Jefferson statue leaves City Hall after 187 years

Thomas Jefferson is about to no longer be in the room where it happens. Art handlers packed up an 884-pound statue of Jefferson...

Letitia James vetting potential running mates, eyes Suffolk exec

ALBANY — Looking to expand beyond her Brooklyn base, associates of gubernatorial hopeful state Attorney General Letitia James have quietly started vetting potential...

Eric Adams says he wants Rep. Tom Suozzi as deputy mayor

Mayor-elect Eric Adams revealed Saturday that he’s trying to convince a Long Island congressman and longtime political ally to join his administration as...

Bill De Blasio’s new push for NYC carriage horse ban hits snag

Hold your horses! In the final weeks of his mayoralty, Bill de Blasio is reportedly plotting an 11th-hour push to ban horse-drawn carriages...

61-year-old man shot near school in NYC, police say

A 61-year-old man was shot in the leg in broad daylight near a school in East Harlem Thursday, cops said. The shots rang out...

Nursing home visiting rules rolled back to pre-pandemic standards

Family members of nursing home residents are now allowed to visit loved ones whenever they want — and regardless of vaccination status —...

NYPD boss Dermot Shea partly blames crime spike on failure to keep suspects on Rikers

The city’s top cop Tuesday pinned part of the blame for the Big Apple’s crime spike on the failure to keep suspects in...

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