Driver for alleged Brooklyn FBI shooter arrested

The driver for a reputed Crips gang member accused of shooting an undercover FBI agent has been arrested. Ex-con Hector Amissah allegedly shepherded a bleeding Ronell Watson to the hospital in his sedan shortly after the unidentified agent was shot in the torso in Canarsie on Saturday, per court papers obtained by The Post. A 9 mm Taurus semiautomatic pistol […]

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Cuomo to release plan for legalizing recreational use of marijuana

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget address next year could be smokin’. Aides said Tuesday the governor will introduce a plan for legalizing recreational marijuana, possibly as part of his executive budget. “The goal of this administration is to create a model program for regulated adult-use cannabis — and the best way to do that is to ensure our final proposal captures […]

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Doctor’s sex-abuse victims want to know what he did with nude photos

Former patients of a Big Apple pediatrician who was accused of sexually abusing children say the disgraced doctor took photos of them naked — and now they’re demanding to know where the images are. Ex-patients of the late Dr. Reginald Archibald — who worked at Manhattan’s Rockefeller University Hospital as an endocrinologist specializing in child growth from 1948 to 1982 […]

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Long Island nuns push for change amid growing ‘#ChurchToo’ movement

Two Long Island nuns have become defiant “#ChurchToo” activists, posting public messages to end abuse in “faith communities” at the same time their convent supervisor, a priest accused of sexual misconduct, was allowed to return to his Brooklyn church. The Greek Orthodox sisters, shown in their habits, began their Instagram and Facebook campaigns in October as Rev. Gerasimos Makris was […]

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Accused Colts Neck killer’s violent streak may go back decades

The Colts Neck man accused of killing his brother, sister-in-law and their two small children once threatened a co-worker with a screwdriver and warned he could “have a fatal accident,” the ex-colleague claims IT consultant Mark Bostrom says that all it took was a newscaster to utter the name Paul Caneiro — who’s been charged with shooting his brother, shooting […]

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Google employee, 22, found dead inside NYC headquarters

A Google software engineer has been found dead inside the company’s Chelsea headquarters, according to cops and sources. A janitor found 22-year-old Scott Krulcik unconscious at his work terminal on the sixth floor of the building on Eighth Avenue near West 16th Street around 9 p.m. on Friday, police sources said. EMS workers tried to perform CPR but to no […]

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Construction company rolls out first inclusive ‘at work’ signs

It’s a sign of the times. A Manhattan construction company has rolled out gender-neutral “Men and Women at Work” signs — believed to be the first of their kind in the city. Plaza Construction began replacing archaic “Men at Work” signs at the entrances to their job sites Sept. 4 as part of a “female-friendly initiative” that “encourages women to […]

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De Blasio meets with Ben Carson in DC to talk future of NYCHA

Mayor de Blasio met for an hour Thursday in Washington with federal housing chief Ben Carson to discuss the future of the city’s scandal-rocked Housing Authority. The meeting comes a week before a key hearing in Manhattan federal court that could determine the future of the agency. “De Blasio came to Washington to present his version of triaging NYCHA’s woes […]

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Inside the capture of a drug kingpin’s cocaine submarine

Jurors in drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s trial Thursday watched footage of the first-ever US Coast Guard interception of a cocaine-packed submarine. Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Todd Bagetis, who took part in the September 2008 seizure, said his crew had been patrolling international waters when they came across the semi-submersible, some 350 miles east of Guatemala. Using night-vision goggles, […]

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