Mayor Adams calls subway killing NYers’ ‘worst nightmare’ as he promises action

Mayor Adams calls subway killing NYers’ ‘worst nightmare’ as he promises action

Mayor Eric Adams declared Monday that it’s his “responsibility to keep New Yorkers safe” as he acknowledged the broad daylight murder Sunday morning of a Brooklyn man riding a Q train across the Manhattan Bridge was every Big Apple resident’s “worst nightmare.” Adams reacted to the harrowing incident during an unrelated press conference, when he … Read more

Brooklyn having best COVID rebound of the five NYC boroughs

Brooklyn having best COVID rebound of the five NYC boroughs

Brooklyn’s economy has rebounded more quickly from the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic than each of the four other boroughs of New York City, a new analysis has found. A 20-page report by state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli released Monday showed that while Brooklyn had reported the highest total number of COVID-19 cases and deaths as … Read more

More NY EMS workers are getting attacked on the job

More NY EMS workers are getting attacked on the job

They’re helping to save lives — while their own are being threatened. Assaults and other threats leveled against emergency medical service workers are almost a daily occurrence — skyrocketing 137% from 2018 through last year, according to city data obtained exclusively by The Post. The staggering numbers come as just last week Staten Island emergency … Read more

NY affordable housing program set to lapse as Big Apple rents soar

NY affordable housing program set to lapse as Big Apple rents soar

Progressives are on the verge of killing one of the Big Apple’s biggest and most controversial affordable housing programs, potentially nixing the construction of thousands of new rent-stabilized apartments as rents soar across the city. Efforts to extend or overhaul the 421-a program have stalled in Albany amid fierce opposition from lefties and ineffective pushback … Read more

This controversial book talks about AOCs instead of ABCs

This controversial book talks about AOCs instead of ABCs

New York City school kids are learning their COCs. A book intended for 10- and 11-year-olds — which glorifies socialist Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and her far-left “Squad,” knocks religion, and mocks Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell – is being distributed to public school libraries, parents told The Post. The book, “What You Don’t Know: A … Read more

NYC spending whopping $1.8 million on Queens dog run

NYC spending whopping .8 million on Queens dog run

This project has gone to the dogs. A beachfront dog run under construction in the Rockaways is in line to cost taxpayers a doggone fortune—and at nearly $2 million it might be the most expensive taxpayer-funded project of its kind in New York City history. “It’s wonderful that a new dog run is being built, … Read more

What to do in NYC this weekend to beat the heat

What to do in NYC this weekend to beat the heat

Summer sears the city early this year. Temperatures are expected to hit over 90 on Saturday and Sunday — part of a heat wave that will strike the Northeast and Deep South. Typically, Central Park is around 72 in May, according to CNN. But there’s no reason New Yorkers can’t take the heat. In addition … Read more

Young NY pols eye Congress amid redistricting chaos

Young NY pols eye Congress amid redistricting chaos

More millennial lawmakers in New York are looking to ditch Albany for higher office in wake of the state’s congressional map mayhem. Assemblyman Michael Lawler (R-Pearl River) is just the latest thirty-something pol to announce he’s eyeing the Beltway, The Post has learned. “The Republicans are very likely to be in the majority in the … Read more

Christian Diaz arrested after alleged fatal deli stabbing

Christian Diaz arrested after alleged fatal deli stabbing

A Staten Island man accused of fatally stabbing a deli worker for refusing to sell him a loose cigarette at a discount has been arrested after seven months on the lam, cops said. Christian Diaz, 25, was nabbed Tuesday and charged with second-degree murder in the senseless Oct. 19 slaying of Ahmed Almulaiki in East … Read more

Bill de Blasio eyeing run for Nadler’s Congress seat

Bill de Blasio eyeing run for Nadler’s Congress seat

Ex-Major Bill de Blasio confirmed Wednesday that he is looking to run for a newly redrawn Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn congressional seat. De Blasio announced on Twitter that he formed an exploratory committee for New York’s newly redrawn 10th Congressional District, which The Post first reported Tuesday he is eyeing for a political comeback. “Our … Read more