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President Trump announces he'll meet with Kim Jong Un next month amid government shutdown stalemate

President Trump announces he'll meet with Kim Jong Un next month amid government shutdown stalemate

Kim’s on his mind. President Trump will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month, the White House announced Friday, even as the ongoing government shutdown caused by his border wall demand
U.S. regulators reportedly discuss handing Facebook massive fine for failing to protect users' privacy

U.S. regulators reportedly discuss handing Facebook massive fine for failing to protect users' privacy

Facebook could reportedly face a record-breaking fine for failing to honor a legally binding agreement with the Federal Trade Commission that requires the website protect its users' privacy and
Sexual harassment a problem for nearly half of working women in New York: poll

Sexual harassment a problem for nearly half of working women in New York: poll

Nearly half of the women with jobs in New York state have been victims of sexual harassment in the workplace, according to a new poll that also delivers depressing news about race relations and
North Carolina investigator fired after internal probe into overlooked DNA evidence that could've saved 13-year-old Hania Noelia Aguilar

North Carolina investigator fired after internal probe into overlooked DNA evidence that could've saved 13-year-old Hania Noelia Aguilar

A North Carolina investigator in Robeson County was fired following an internal investigating into overlooked evidence that could have saved the life of 13-year-old Hania Aguilar, who was found dead
Kranepool, Boone to receive Thurman Munson awards

Kranepool, Boone to receive Thurman Munson awards

Mets 1969 World Series champion Ed Kranepool and Yankees manager Aaron Boone will be honored at next month's Thurman Munson awards dinner. They will be joined Feb. 5 by Yankees Didi Gregorius and
Ex-Trump fixer Michael Cohen spotted with his arm in a sling weeks before entering prison

Ex-Trump fixer Michael Cohen spotted with his arm in a sling weeks before entering prison

Michael Cohen is shouldering a lot of responsibility at the moment. The prison-bound ex-Trump fixer was spotted walking into his Manhattan home Friday with his left arm in a sling after undergoing
'Baby Hope' child murder case officially dismissed following death of suspect last year

'Baby Hope' child murder case officially dismissed following death of suspect last year

The heartbreaking “Baby Hope” murder case was formally dismissed in court Thursday following the November death of the suspect who was set to stand trial. Conrado Juarez, 58, whose trial for the 1991
Second man dies in hammer attack in Brooklyn

Second man dies in hammer attack in Brooklyn

A second man has died in the unhinged hammer attack in a Chinese restaurant in Brooklyn, police said. Kheong Ng-Thang, 61, died at NYU-Langone Hospital Friday. He and two other men were beaten,
NYC Mayor de Blasio cancels trip to Maine over snow storm concerns

NYC Mayor de Blasio cancels trip to Maine over snow storm concerns

Mayor de Blasio warned New Yorkers to stay put Saturday night and Sunday when a winter storm is set to hit the city — and he’ll be doing the same. Hizzoner scuttled a trip to eastern Maine because of
R. Kelly and Sony part ways as scandals surround music star

R. Kelly and Sony part ways as scandals surround music star

R. Kelly and Sony Music are reportedly parting ways amid a wave of distressing allegations against the R&B singer. The decision to split was agreed upon by both the “I Believe I Can Fly” artist
This looks like the beginning of the end for Trump

This looks like the beginning of the end for Trump

BuzzFeed News reports that Donald Trump instructed his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress about his dealings with Russia. Lying to Congress is a crime. Asking someone to lie to
DAILY NEWS WEEKLY : Gillette, 'No Pants Day', 'McJesus' in Israel and NFL player confronts alleged Peeping Tom in Florida

DAILY NEWS WEEKLY : Gillette, 'No Pants Day', 'McJesus' in Israel and NFL player confronts alleged Peeping Tom in Florida

Welcome to Daily News Weekly, where we highlight stories from the past week that you may have missed. New episodes will be posted EVERY FRIDAY! This week's stories:NYCHA searching for resident who's
Women's March in Washington, D.C. expected to draw fewer people than a typical Nets game

Women's March in Washington, D.C. expected to draw fewer people than a typical Nets game

Saturday’s national Women’s March in Washington, D.C. is expected to draw just 10,000 people — a drastic downsizing from the up to one million who came out for the inaugural 2017 event. That’s less
Is baseball heading toward a strike? Scott Boras warns the 'noncompetitive cancer' is spreading around MLB

Is baseball heading toward a strike? Scott Boras warns the 'noncompetitive cancer' is spreading around MLB

Baseball is getting sicker. The symptoms have been presenting for a while: sagging attendance, a growing number of “rebuilding” teams, a disappearing middle class of veteran players and now another
Democrats pledge to investigate report Trump told Michael Cohen to lie to lawmakers about Moscow project

Democrats pledge to investigate report Trump told Michael Cohen to lie to lawmakers about Moscow project

Democrats vowed Friday to “get to the bottom” of a damning new report alleging President Trump directed his disgraced former fixer to lie to Congress about a Moscow real estate deal. Rep. Jerrold
Witness who helped Prince Philip in crash describes aftermath of 'horrendous accident'

Witness who helped Prince Philip in crash describes aftermath of 'horrendous accident'

A witness who helped Prince Philip escape his car after he became trapped said it was astonishing that the “horrendous accident” didn’t leave those involved — including a 9-month-old baby — severely
Discord in the Women's March and the lessons of history

Discord in the Women's March and the lessons of history

The Women’s March that mobilized nearly 5 million people to protest Donald Trump’s election in January 2017 has dissolved into a spattering of grumbling cliques. In January 2018, less than half the
NYC Correction waited nearly a month to charge two inmates who groped a correction officer at the Horizon teen jail

NYC Correction waited nearly a month to charge two inmates who groped a correction officer at the Horizon teen jail

A pair of pervy inmates who groped a correction officer at the troubled Horizon teen jail on Christmas Eve were finally charged on Thursday — after almost a month of sustained pressure from her union,
Gillibrand ranks third in popularity among NYS politicians as she starts her 2020 presidential run

Gillibrand ranks third in popularity among NYS politicians as she starts her 2020 presidential run

ALBANY — Days after U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand declared her intention to run for President, a new poll shows she is just the third most popular Democratic official in her home state of New York.
California homicide victim identified more than three decades after body was found

California homicide victim identified more than three decades after body was found

The identity of a body found more than three decades ago has officially been determined through the use of “breakthrough” forensics. The Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff’s Department says it confirmed