The D.C.-bound train derailed as it was leaving Penn Station with 248 people on board, officials said.
James Jackson killed Timothy Caughman in a likely "act of terrorism" against black men, officials said.
An Ohio medical school with ties to NYU took more disaster relief money than it needed, officials said.
Hear a discussion on Arturo Vega and the Ramones or catch a free screening of "Love Story."
Parents say principals have been using scare tactics to quash opting out of next week's state tests.
East Harlem's Community Board 11 approved the project with several conditions attached.
A Queens artist launched the campaign to raise awareness of contributions made by refugees.
The driver remained at the scene and wasn't immediately arrested or ticketed, police said.
So far, 25 pedestrians have been killed in 2016, down 4 from the same period a year ago, data shows.
The suspect was wearing a red leather jacket, had a teardrop tattoo and wore gold teeth, police said.
The number of people in city jail facilities dropped from 11,478 at the end of 2013 to 9,362 in 2017.
De Blasio's team tried to claim his agents were not subject to Freedom of Information requests.
Fernando Rios was arrested for robbing a bank and returning later to do it again, police said.
The medical center is expected to open in late 2018.
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