Woman shot through kitchen window in Queens

A Queens woman was shot through an apartment window after her boyfriend answered a knock at their door, police and law enforcement sources said. The 20-year-old woman and her 23-year-old boyfriend were inside their apartment on 163rd Street near Sanford Avenue around 4:45 a.m. Saturday when someone began pounding on their front door. “What’s popping?” the man who was knocking […]

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Sex toy company says MTA is ‘sexist’ for bailing on ad deal

A Brooklyn sex toy company says the MTA is a major buzzkill because it banned vibrator ads while allowing ones for erectile dysfunction. Dame Products, which sells frisky treats in Williamsburg, is hot and bothered that Outfront Media, which manages the MTA’s subway ads, reneged on a deal to run its posters inside trains, CEO Alexandra Fine said Friday. “It’s […]

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Man pummeled in NYPD arrest video: ‘I got a beatdown like I’m Rodney King’

One of the men who got beaten by two baton-wielding NYPD cops compared himself to “Rodney King” as he was hauled off for arraignment on Wednesday afternoon. Aaron Grissom, 36, said the cops “almost killed me” during the caught-on-video incident in Washington Heights, which he said left him with three broken ribs and “five staples in my head.” “I got […]

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How Ivy League engineers helped avert the L-train nightmare

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and a panel of Ivy League engineering experts on Thursday unveiled their last-minute 10-point plan to dodge the dreaded 24/7 L-train shutdown with cutting-edge technology never before used on US rails. “A closure of 15 months was highly problematic,” said Cuomo of the no-longer impending “L-pocalypse” that was slated to hamstring some 250,000 daily commutes starting April […]

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Jurors say ex-NYPD cop James Grant should never have been charged

Two jurors who helped acquit ex-NYPD cop James Grant on bribery charges said Wednesday that he never should have been charged — and one said that other high-ranking police officials should have been sitting in the dock instead. Ives Bonilla, who served as Juror No. 11 in the Manhattan federal case, said ex-NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks was among […]

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Fishermen dead after boat accident in Westchester reservoir

Two fishermen died in a boating accident Tuesday in a Westchester County reservoir, according to a report. A fisherman found one of the victims inside a capsized boat in the Muscoot Reservoir in Goldens Bridge about 7 a.m., according to The Journal News/lohud.com. Police found the second person. Their identities have not been released. First responders were searching the water […]

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