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NYC Jewish family pummeled at 5th-grade commencement by attendees shouting 'Free Palestine,' mom says

A Jewish mom and her husband were attacked and beaten at a Brooklyn elementary school graduation by an Arabic-speaking family

St. Patrick's Cathedral holds first Motorcycle Blessing in its 145-year history

The second annual Motorcycle Blessing took place on Saturday afternoon, and was held at St. Patrick's Cathedral for the first time this year.

NYC man accused of fatally stabbing musician neighbor inside subway station

The man stabbed to death inside of a Manhattan subway station Friday evening was a talented artist and musician, and a “vibrant presence” in his native Washington Heights neighborhood, his...

Coney Island's 42nd Annual Mermaid Parade makes massive splash to ring in summer

An estimated 3,000 participants and 200,000 spectators gathered for Coney Island's 42nd Annual Mermaid Parade.

NYC street named after slain NYPD lieutenant 50 years later as cop grandson receives his shield number

An NYPD lieutenant who was shot during a robbery while walking to work in Queens 50 years ago had a street renamed in his honor today – as his NYPD...

Here's when NYC's heat wave will end

The current heat advisory expires on Sunday at 8 p.m., which will end a four-day heat wave the city has endured since Thursday.

AOC, Bernie Sanders dubbed 'sellouts' by far-left group at NYC Jamaal Bowman rally for not being pro-Palestinian enough

Socialists were all but eating their own at a Bronx park on Saturday as a radical anti-Israel group ripped Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other “establishment” lefties as...

Trump's name, presidential bid real reason behind ex-prez's 'hush money' case: Cuomo

"If his name was not Donald Trump and if he wasn't running for president ... that case would've never been brought," Cuomo surmised.

NYC detectives' union head's last task as prez was labor of love for slain officer

Paul DiGiacomo wanted to make sure legislation in the name of Detective Brian Simonsen, who was killed during a phone store robbery, got signed into law by Gov. Hochul.

NYC opening adult homeless shelter 5 feet away from pre-K-5 school, parents fuming

The city is quietly planning to open a homeless shelter for adult men and women at a former hotel attached to a lower Manhattan public school – a move that...

Madman in custody after randomly slashing three men in Queens subway station

A madman was in custody after randomly slashing three men at a Long Island City subway station and leaving them with "big cuts" on their faces, according to a witness and police.

Man who hurled furniture from 20th floor of NYC building has history of mental illness: family

The man who launched a lawn chair and other patio furniture off a Midtown Manhattan highrise was in the midst of a paranoid crisis two days before, his brother says.

Flip flop flap: Viral video sparks controversy over 'basically walking barefoot' in NYC

A video went viral this week of a woman describing her disgust at people wearing flip flop sandals in the Big Apple.

Taylor Swift's effect on the Chiefs' audience revealed in mindblowing study

Despite a bump from superstar singer Taylor Swift, the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs -- with 40% of its fans being female -- lagged behind the Green Bay Packers...

Car wars: Brooklyn teachers battle over spots in parking lot shared by two schools

A parking war is causing a whole lot of trouble for special education teachers at a Brooklyn school where employees from the neighboring high school are bullying them away.

NY Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie blocked bill that would have closed rape law loophole despite surge in sex assaults

The Assembly speaker quietly blocked a bill that would have criminalized having sex with people who are too drunk to consent, insiders told The Post.

Ex-NJ Gov. Jim McGreevey caught making illegal U-turn

"I apologize," McGreevey said of the caught-on-camera U-turn. "It was wrong — period."

NYC teacher group behind anti-Israel walkouts gets thousands in George Soros funding

Teachers Unite, a registered not-for-profit based out of the Financial District, received $11,000 from the billionaire left-wing investor's social justice philanthropy.

Support swells for Maud Maron, an NYC mom ejected from the school board for denouncing anti-semitism

Support for a Manhattan mom booted from a parent council for speaking out against antisemitism is ramping up, with over 2,500 emails sent and numerous organizations speaking out.

Three new French bakeries open in Upper East Side 'breathing new life' into neighborhood

The Upper East Side recently said, "bonjour," to three French bakeries in roughly the last year.