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In Show of Force, Thousands Say Goodbye to Fallen 'Hero' EMT
In Show of Force, Thousands Say Goodbye to Fallen 'Hero' EMT

Thousands of family, friends and FDNY colleagues gathered Saturday to remember an EMT who was killed by a hijacked ambulance, remembering her as a hero who leaves behind "a legacy of service and lives saved."

Teens Allegedly Slash Boy, 18, in Face at NYC Subway Station
Teens Allegedly Slash Boy, 18, in Face at NYC Subway Station

Two teenagers slashed another teen boy at a Bronx train station, police said Saturday.

Calm Before the Storm? Baby Giraffe Quiets in April's Belly
Calm Before the Storm? Baby Giraffe Quiets in April's Belly

Is today the day? Some think so, but the zoo isn't so sure.

Body Found on Long Island Trail; Cops Call Death Suspicious
Body Found on Long Island Trail; Cops Call Death Suspicious

Police are investigating a homicide after the body of a man believed to be in his early twenties was found in a Long Island nature preserve.

Flynn's Firm Discussed Removing Cleric From US: Ex-CIA Chief
Flynn's Firm Discussed Removing Cleric From US: Ex-CIA Chief

Former CIA Director James Woolsey has accused the Trump administration's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, of participating in a discussion with Turkish officials about possibly subverting the U.S. extradition process to remove a Turkish cleric from the United States. The Wall Street Journal first reported Woolsey's comments and posted a video interview with him late Friday . A Flynn spokesman said Friday that Woolsey's claims are "false" and that "no such discussion occurred." In the Journal interview, Woolsey says he walked into the middle of a discussion between Turkish officials and members of Flynn's firm, Flynn Intel Group, late in the evening of Sept. 19 at Essex House hotel in New York City.

Calls for Terror Charges in Deadly Midtown Stabbing
Calls for Terror Charges in Deadly Midtown Stabbing

Mayor Bill de Blasio and other city leaders on Friday called for terrorism charges to be brought against an alleged white supremacist who killed a black man in Midtown. Wale Aliyu reports.