President Biden looked dazed and confused on Wednesday when he walked right into a flag on stage at the United Nations, and almost set off a minor international incident by snubbing Brazilian President Inácio Lula da Silva
The man fell around 750 feet from the top of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Columbus Circle near West 60th Street
“While rare, the vibrio bacteria has unfortunately made it to this region and can be extraordinarily dangerous,” Governor Hochul said
The city is expected to spend around $5 billion on migrants this fiscal year alone, equaling the annual budget of the Fire, Parks, and Sanitation Departments combined
As a result of the shark bite, Koltunyuk lost “approximately 20 pounds of flesh”
The sentencing brings a significant chapter to a close in Otoniel's criminal career, reflecting a shift from his once-dominant position as a major player in the Colombian underworld.
Police estimate that a “couple thousand people” showed up to the event and things got out of control, prompting the New York City Police Department to launch the highest level of police mobilization
"They have found his body and confirmed it's him," his father, Jeffrey Castic said. "It appears to have been death by misadventure. His wallet and phone were found on him."
NYC migrants forced to sleep outdoors as shelters hit full capacity, local politicians hit panic button
At least 150 migrants were lined up around the iconic Roosevelt Hotel in midtown Manhattan, sleeping shoulder-to-shoulder on cardboard boxes on the sidewalks
Soon after, however, the crane partially collapsed from about 45 stories high, hitting the building across the street before falling onto the floor
The first eviction-like notices will be given to around 100 single adults who have been staying in the city’s shelters the longest