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Can Sam Darnold ruin Bill Belichick’s perfect season?

Can Sam Darnold ruin Bill Belichick’s perfect season?

Now that Bill Belichick has completed the quarterback tomato can portion of the Patriots schedule, the ruler of the most annoying empire in NFL history will face a daunting test against the Jets on
Family of NYC security guard crushed by glass in horrific Billionaires’ Row construction accident locked in ugly legal war over death

Family of NYC security guard crushed by glass in horrific Billionaires’ Row construction accident locked in ugly legal war over death

The family of a security guard who died tragically at the city’s tallest residential tower is now reliving their grief because the owners of the Billionaires’ Row building and an insurance company are
City must bring on the drones: New York should invite responsible use of flying devices

City must bring on the drones: New York should invite responsible use of flying devices

Maybe you’ve seen one flying in the park. Maybe you saw how the NYPD used one to safely capture a suspect, or how NYCHA wants to use them to help fix their buildings. Maybe you even own one yourself.
How to fix this insane mess: Where de Blasio should look in his 30-day review of how the city handles serious mental illness

How to fix this insane mess: Where de Blasio should look in his 30-day review of how the city handles serious mental illness

In response to the murders of four people in Chinatown and the subsequent violent attack on a 6-year-old boy in Queens, both allegedly by mentally ill homeless men, Mayor de Blasio announced a 30-day
Mom trying to get son out of NYC jail tasered, beaten, robbed of $30,000 in bail money as correction officers look on: lawsuit

Mom trying to get son out of NYC jail tasered, beaten, robbed of $30,000 in bail money as correction officers look on: lawsuit

A jittery mom, her purse stuffed with $30,000 cash, walked into the Manhattan Detention Center to bail out her son. Seven hours later, the money was gone. The son was still behind bars. And the
MoMA’s new frame: A New York City landmark gets a makeover

MoMA’s new frame: A New York City landmark gets a makeover

With today’s reopening of the Museum of Modern Art after a four-month closure, one of the world’s great collections spreads west, its gallery space increasing by 30%. Bigger is better. The museum
One statue isn’t the answer, but it’s a start

One statue isn’t the answer, but it’s a start

Children in Central Park clamber around 22 monumental statues depicting real men, while the park contains not a single statue of an actual woman (no, “Alice in Wonderland” doesn’t count). Among 150
UN-believable: Meet the new United Nations Human Rights Council

UN-believable: Meet the new United Nations Human Rights Council

Gather round, fellow earthlings, and give a pat on the back to the newest members of the planet’s panel for judging the human rights records of the community of nations. First up among the latest crop
Readers sound off on patience during impeachment, presidential pardons and MTA cuts

Readers sound off on patience during impeachment, presidential pardons and MTA cuts

Fast and proud - Trump's a hare Scarsdale, N.Y.: Re: “Dems: Don has to go!” (Oct. 16): When I think about the pace at which Trump’s impeachment inquiry is progressing, Aesop’s fable of “The Hare and
Tornado causes major damage in Dallas, other parts of North Texas

Tornado causes major damage in Dallas, other parts of North Texas

A tornado struck Dallas and other parts of North Texas Sunday, causing damage, power outages and calls for the public to shelter in place. Reports of a tornado started after 10 p.m. when warning
Michael Armstrong, chief counsel for the Knapp Commission, which exposed NYPD corruption in the 1970s, dies at 86

Michael Armstrong, chief counsel for the Knapp Commission, which exposed NYPD corruption in the 1970s, dies at 86

Storied Manhattan lawyer Michael Armstrong — who as chief counsel to the Knapp Commission in the 1970s helped expose the NYPD’s culture of corruption — has died at age 86. Armstrong, whose also served
SEE IT: Video of hero coach disarming gun-toting student shows his compassion

SEE IT: Video of hero coach disarming gun-toting student shows his compassion

First there was a tussle with a gun-toting teen. Then it segued into a heartfelt hug that lasted until police arrived. Now video of the embrace between Parkrose High School, Oregon, security guard and
Burglar hid in Costco, stole $13K in jewelry after store closed: cops

Burglar hid in Costco, stole $13K in jewelry after store closed: cops

A burglar in the suburbs of Atlanta hid inside of a Costco and plundered the store’s jewelry reserves after closing time, authorities said. “I’ve never heard of something like this,” Jae Robertson
Firefighters cut wall to rescue man stuck in East Harlem NYCHA elevator

Firefighters cut wall to rescue man stuck in East Harlem NYCHA elevator

There’s only so much NYCHA elevators can lift. Firefighters punched through the wall of an East Harlem housing project building Sunday to rescue a heavyset man stuck inside an elevator along with a
Bear skull believed to be hundreds or thousands of years old found after Kansas flooding

Bear skull believed to be hundreds or thousands of years old found after Kansas flooding

Two sisters on a kayaking trip on the Arkansas River made quite the find when they came across a bear skull that could be thousands of years old. Ashley and Erin Watt were paddling down the river in
Dropped skateboard delays G train service in Brooklyn

Dropped skateboard delays G train service in Brooklyn

Here’s a way to hang up subway service and annoy your fellow straphangers: Drop your skateboard on the tracks. A G train suffered a minor delay in Brooklyn on Sunday evening when a young man dropped
In optimistic ‘American Utopia,’ David Byrne offers up reasons to be cheerful

In optimistic ‘American Utopia,’ David Byrne offers up reasons to be cheerful

With his head of silver hair, awkward formality, staccato dancing style and geeky grey suit, the 67-year-old David Byrne might be the most reluctant and anti-social celebrity ever to headline a
Ohio woman breaks into home, tries to give 2-year-old a bath

Ohio woman breaks into home, tries to give 2-year-old a bath

A mother was horrified last week after waking up and finding a strange woman trying to give her 2-year-old son a bath. “I’ve never heard of anything like this,” Areica Hill, of Columbus, told NBC4.
18 pounds of fentanyl seized in Orange County, California, enough for 4 million lethal doses

18 pounds of fentanyl seized in Orange County, California, enough for 4 million lethal doses

Some 18 pounds of fentanyl were confiscated last Wednesday in Orange County, with a street value of more than $1.25 million, enough to create 4 million lethal doses, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office
David Fizdale on Knicks’ isolation tendencies: “They have to fight that urge to stop the ball”

David Fizdale on Knicks’ isolation tendencies: “They have to fight that urge to stop the ball”

Too much structure had players rejecting the triangle offense under Phil Jackson. Under David Fizdale, there’s freedom to read and react — to simply “play basketball” — but too often that devolved