The daily percentage of people testing positive citywide shot up to 3.09% Friday, the highest it’s been since the spring, de Blasio revealed Friday.
Deliveryman Alfredo Cabrera Licona, 35, was killed in a collision with a Bud Light truck Thursday morning, leaving his wife and two children without his love and financial support in Mexico.
The Second Judicial Department Appellate panel on Thursday dismissed the indictment against Fernando Romualdo for the murder of 23-year-old Sarah Strobel.
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The one-time Mets ace, whose once-promising career was derailed by drug abuse, learned his fate during a virtual court appearance Thursday
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Uncle Bill was a Navy frogman, the precursor to the SEALs, and on every holiday, he regales our family with tales from the Korean War and of his sailor’s appreciation for the fine ladies of Anchorage. He is the 11th member of my extended family, and when he comes to my home, he will have a place set at the Borelli family Thanksgiving table regardless of whether Gov. Cuomo or Mayor de Blasio approves.
A former New Orleans “Teacher of Year” accused of kissing one of his 8th-grade students will not serve any jail time for the inappropriate behavior.
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Elon Musk, who has repeatedly downplayed the risk of COVID-19, is questioning the accuracy of rapid testing after he received both negative and positive results for coronavirus.
Vernal Douglas, 49, an MTA subway conductor with no arrest history, was caught up in the scheme to sell arms to Brownsville residents, making trips down to South Carolina to purchase guns, as well as having suppliers in that state send him firearms in the mail, prosecutors say.
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Walt Disney World is decked out for the holiday season. From a new Christmas Tree Stroll at Disney Springs to light projections on Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom, there's plenty to get visitors in the festive spirit.
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For a brief few weeks, the New York Botanical Garden transforms as leaves turn from green to vivid reds, yellows and orange. While COVID has kept tourists at bay, the Botanical Garden has become a refuge for New Yorkers stuck at home. Shot on 35mm film by New York Daily News Photographer Wes Parnell.
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- The “House of Cards” star is finally elaborating on her "horrendous" experience rebooting "Fantastic Four," and it's not because of its widely panned reception.
- The basic cable network, whose parent company ViacomCBS severed ties with the media personality and producer earlier this year amid an anti-Semitic flap, is reconsidering its options pertaining to his hit “Wild 'N Out” series.
- The Baltimore-born MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship recipient will write the screenplay for the film, produced by his close friend Forbes, who helmed staged productions of Coates' 2015 best-seller “Between the World and Me” at the Apollo Theater, the Kennedy Center and as a star-studded HBO special scheduled to air Nov. 21.
- Maria Shriver is apparently on the market and people in her inner circle thinks Lenny Kravitz would be a perfect match for her. Even the former broadcast journalist’s son, Patrick Schwarzenegger, is on the action.
- After filing for divorce in August, the fitness coach revealed her new relationship to the software engineer in October, later revealing his name to her followers.