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St. Patrick's under heavy NYPD guard, but no sign of abortion protests

At least five NYPD vans and SUVs were spotted outside the cathedral around 9:30 am.

Off-duty NYPD cop busted for alleged Queens assault: police

The victim suffered an eye laceration and the off-duty cop was "arrested and charged within the confines of the 110th Precinct."

Experts agree — Big Apple still the pizza capital of the US

Nine of the 50 pizzerias ranked in the 50 Top Pizza USA 2022 list are located in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Guzzler: NYC's gas bill for vehicle fleet rises 58% in past year to $108M

Data provided exclusively to The Post by Comptroller Brad Lander’s office shows city agencies racked up $108,395,802 in fuel bills.

Have you seen this creepy NYC subway cell phone perv?

The victim was walking up a flight of stairs when the man "got in close proximity to her from behind," authorities said.

Retail workers union owns empty $1.9 million condo

A subsidiary of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union plunked down the cash for the two-bedroom condo at 325 Fifth Ave. in 2017.

Homeless pedestrian killed by hit-and-run driver in Brooklyn: cops

Witnesses told authorities that an unidentified man in his 60s was pushing a shopping cart along 108th Street, near Stanley Avenue shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday when he was mowed...

Boy critically injured after being hit by an ice cream truck: cops

The youth was riding his bike on Hendrix Street, near Van Siclen Avenue at about 6:45 p.m. Friday when he was struck.

NYC overnight shootings leave two dead

In the latest deadly incident, a 16-year-old male was fatally shot in the torso at about 3:15 a.m. Saturday.

AOC Assembly pick and transit 'champion' racked up traffic violations

Juan Ardila tools around Queens in an Audi Q3 SUV that has been parked illegally in crosswalks and at fire hydrants and has received four school zone speed-camera violations, city...