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Suspect in Brutal NJ Gunpoint Beating, Sex Assault Arrested
Suspect in Brutal NJ Gunpoint Beating, Sex Assault Arrested

Police in New Jersey are searching for a violent criminal after a woman with a baby was found covered in blood on a front porch in Highland Park.

Rescuers in Small NY Plane Crash Were Off-Duty FDNY
Rescuers in Small NY Plane Crash Were Off-Duty FDNY

The victims in a horrific plane crash that killed two and injured one at a Hamptons airport have been named.

Love Story Behind World's Most Famous Giraffe Pregnancy
Love Story Behind World's Most Famous Giraffe Pregnancy

The pregnancy of New York giraffe April has captivated the world, with millions of people across the world tuning into a live stream as she prepares for the birth of her fourth calf at an upstate zoo. But what do we know of the tender love between 15-year-old April and her younger beau Oliver?

Big Surge for Military in Trump Budget, Big Cuts Elsewhere
Big Surge for Military in Trump Budget, Big Cuts Elsewhere

President Donald Trump is proposing a huge $54 billion surge in U.S. military spending for new aircraft, ships and fighters in his first federal budget while slashing big chunks from domestic programs and foreign aid to make the government "do more with less."

Cuomo Vows Investigation in Wake of Latest JCC Bomb Threats
Cuomo Vows Investigation in Wake of Latest JCC Bomb Threats

At least seven Jewish Community Centers in the tri-state region were evacuated Monday after the latest in a round of anti-Semitic bomb threats, authorities said.

4 NYC Community Centers to Be Built With HSBC Fines: DA
4 NYC Community Centers to Be Built With HSBC Fines: DA

A chunk of the $375 million fine that HSBC had to pay for illegally hiding foreign investments will be funding four new community centers in Manhattan, District Attorney Cyrus Vance announced Monday.  The prosecutor says the money seized from white-collar crimes will go toward centers in Washington Heights, Harlem, East Harlem and the Lower East Side.  "It balances our enforcement obligations as prosecutors with our investment as public officials," he said. One of the new hubs is minister Mo Winley's Soul Saving Station Church of 124th Street. Winley, who once faced a conviction of manslaughter, is now helping to prevent crimes. "I was once a young man who was lost," he said.  The money will also help pay mentors like Beloved Hammond, a former gang member who says his job now is to save lives. "I used to be savage, causing havoc inside the community," he said. "Just given this opportunity to go chase a life -- we chase money,