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Silent panic alarms could be coming to NY schools after ‘Alyssa’s Law’ passes

Albany pols passed a law Saturday requiring school districts statewide to seriously consider installing silent panic alarms to alert law-enforcement…

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‘He’s a hero’: Ex-cop Aaron Salter Jr. killed while firing at Buffalo shooter

The ex-cop supermarket security guard that died exchanging gunfire with the Buffalo supermarket shooter on Saturday died a “hero,” his son said.…

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Alessandra Biaggi’s NY campaign sputtering, ex-staff call her a nightmare

She’s in for a rude awokening. Far left New York state Senator Alessandra Biaggi’s quest to become a member of…

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Ukrainian NYC bar owner pours heart into help relief effort, ex-Gov. Pataki pitches in

A Ukrainian native who owns a Queens bar with his Russian wife held a fundraiser for his homeland Sunday — while ex-Gov.…

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Maxwell lawyers argue juror ‘lacked credibility,’ move for new trial

Ghislaine Maxwell should be given a new trial after a juror failed to disclose that he suffered sexual abuse that…

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Chris Cuomo demands $125M from CNN, calls his firing ‘epitome of hypocrisy’

Ex-CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is demanding a staggering $125 million damages for being fired — and calls his termination “the epitome of…

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‘Goonies’ gang member sentenced in killing of teen hit by stray bullet

A member of the “Goonies” street gang was sentenced for his role in the death of a Westchester County teenager killed during…

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Former Mayor Bill de Blasio says he won’t run for Congress in newly redrawn district

Former Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that he won’t make a run in New York’s recently redrawn 11th congressional district after…

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NYC funeral for officer Wilbert Mora to begin hours after 6th NYPD cop shot this year

The funeral for fallen NYPD officer Wilbert Mora will take place Wednesday morning, just hours after the sixth cop shot so far…

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Hundreds gather in Times Square for subway victim’s vigil, denounce anti-Asian violence

Hundreds of people gathered in Times Square on Tuesday night for a mass vigil in memory of random subway-shove victim Michelle…

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