A man hands money to migrants as they arrive in New York on buses from Texas

Three buses full of migrants from Texas arrived in New York early Wednesday – greeted by supporters who put $20 bills in their hands. The buses arrived at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown, days after Mayor Eric Adams blasted Texas Governor Greg Abbott as ‘un-American’ for relocating asylum seekers, which which Abbott says … Read more

Details of MTA’s congestion pricing plan for Manhattan revealed

Drivers could face fees of $9 to $23 to travel to parts of Manhattan as early as the end of 2023, according to the MTA’s congestion pricing plan to be unveiled Wednesday. The amounts and timing were detailed in a 34-page summary of the project’s much-delayed environmental review, which was provided to reporters by the … Read more

Adams and Abbott trade barbs on Texas migrant buses

Mayor Eric Adams and Texas Governor Greg Abbott traded barbs — and blame — on Monday after the latest arrival of asylum-seeking Mexican migrants transferred from the Lone Star state to the Big Apple. Adams accused Abbott of being “un-American” for “shipping” busloads of migrants to New York in response to what the Republican governor … Read more

Manhunt on bloodied NJ woman sparked by misunderstanding

A nationwide manhunt for a bloody woman believed to be kidnapped in New Jersey was sparked by an accident and a bizarre misunderstanding, police told The Post on Friday. The unnamed woman – who was spotted screaming and bleeding inside a tractor-trailer on Route 130 on Wednesday – was injured when her husband braked to … Read more

Brooklyn McDonald’s worker Matthew Webb, shot over cold fries, dies

The Brooklyn McDonald’s employee who was shot in the neck during a spat over cold fries has died, cops said Friday. Matthew Webb, 23, “succumbed to his injuries” after being shot Monday outside the Bedford-Stuyvesant fast food restaurant where he worked, the NYPD said. The attack “was ruled a homicide,” the force said Friday morning, … Read more

80% of NYC gun suspects released after arrest: Eric Adams

More than 80% of gun perpetrators have been released to the streets after being arrested for possession of weapons in New York City this year, Mayor Eric Adams said Wednesday. “As far as firearms are concerned, this year 2,386 people were arrested with a firearm. Of those, about 1,921 are on the street,” Adams said … Read more

New York Governor Kathy Hochul leads Rep. Lee Zeldin by 14 points ahead of Nov. 8 election: poll

A new poll from Siena College shows Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul with a 14-point lead over Republican candidate Lee Zeldin ahead of the Nov. 8 election. When asked who they would “vote today” with Hochul and Zeldin as candidates for their respective parties, 53% of respondents said they would vote for governor while 39% said … Read more

Anthony Evans identified as Times Square suspect

The attacker who was caught on shocking video randomly cutting a woman with a box cutter in Times Square over the weekend has been identified by the NYPD. Anthony Evans, 30, was named a suspect in Sunday morning’s attack on a 59-year-old woman walking along Seventh Avenue near West 42nd Street. The department released the … Read more

A man tries to rape a woman while she was walking her small dog in New York

A demon attempted to rape a woman as she walked her small dog on a Brooklyn sidewalk Saturday morning, cops say. Video footage released by the NYPD shows the assailant approaching his 30-year-old victim from behind at around 8.30am near Woodbine Street and Ridgewood Place in Bushwick and placing her in a chokehold. He then … Read more