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Just six days into his presidency, Donald Trump was informed his national security adviser had misled his vice president about contacts with Russia. Trump kept his No. (read more)


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A major fire burned much of the second story of a sprawling Southampton Village house on Friday afternoon, the village's volunteer fire department said (read more)

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Hempstead Village Police Chief Michael McGowan is scheduled to retire next week, and the village is seeking candidates for a provisional police chief to replace him, officials said (read more)

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Harteau resigned Friday evening, less than a week after her officer Mohamed Noor shot and killed Justine Damond (read more)

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A Hamptons-bound seaplane had to make an emergency landing on the East River after several failed takeoffs Friday evening, but none of the 10 people on board were hurt, police and fire officials said (read more)

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A Q train with 135 passengers on board derailed at the Brighton Beach station, snarling subway service for about 8 hours on Friday, according to officials (read more)

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Interviews with city police, federal officials, and neighborhood activists reveal that Kensington's heroin markets, on the street level, are a largely decentralized economy - a series of corners run by separate, small groups of dealers, as opposed to being controlled by large gangs or singularly powerful individuals (read more)

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