Man robs and sexually assaults woman in unprovoked attack in New York

A man robbed and sexually assaulted a 50-year-old woman in a disgusting and unprovoked attack in Brooklyn early Sunday morning, police said. The victim was walking near 8th Avenue and 58th Street in Sunset Park around 4 a.m. when the unknown assailant approached her, punched her multiple times and pushed her to the ground, the … Read more

Migrants use charity money to flee New York when they can’t take shelter

The city’s shelter system is too dysfunctional for these migrants! Four asylum seekers who dared to walk to and across the US-Mexico border got so tired of waiting for beds in New York City that they used charity money to get out and head to Washington, DC, she learned. ThePost. The unidentified men arrived in … Read more

Video shows hit-and-run driver hitting mother and baby in New York

Shocking footage shows the moment a still-at-large suspect crashed his car into three people, including a mother and baby, while fleeing a traffic stop in Queens on Wednesday. Surveillance video, obtained by The Post, captured the ordeal that begins when officers speak to the driver of a black SUV at the intersection of Wyckoff Avenue … Read more

Body found in Brooklyn with possible biohazard material

The decomposing body of a 75-year-old man was found Wednesday inside a Brooklyn home containing possible biohazard material and schematics for weapons of mass destruction, police and sources said. Authorities made the grisly discovery during a wellness check shortly before 1 p.m. on 101 Avenue in Cypress Hills, police said. Sources said the man appeared … Read more

Rep. Jerrold Nadler Says New York Will Lose Only One Jewish House Member

Rep. Jerrold Nadler said New Yorkers will lose the only Jewish member of the House delegation if he doesn’t win the upcoming Democratic primary for Manhattan’s newly drawn 12th congressional district. Nadler, who is facing Rep. Carolyn Maloney and challenger Suraj Patel, made the argument during a debate Wednesday night co-sponsored by the Council on … Read more

NY Daily News Photographer Seriously Injured in NYC Carjacking

A New York Daily News photographer was seriously injured after he tried to stop a man from stealing his car in Manhattan on Wednesday night but ended up being dragged several blocks before the vehicle collided, police and sources said. The chaotic scene unfolded after A. Saverio “Sam” Costanza, a 73-year-old photographer, left his car … Read more

Serial ice cream thief arrested with 20 pints of Haagen-Dazs stolen from NYC store: Cops

A serial ice cream thief was caught after leaving an upscale Manhattan market with 20 pints of Haagen-Dazs, according to police. The ruthless thief was seen pounding his fists on the frozen treat before breaking into the Morton Williams Market at 22nd St. and Park Avenue South on Aug. 5 around 1:30 p.m., store officials … Read more

More Busloads of Immigrants from Texas Arrive in New York

Three busloads of immigrants from Texas arrived in New York City early Wednesday, greeted by supporters who threw $20 bills into their hands. The buses arrived at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown, days after Mayor Eric Adams criticized Texas Governor Greg Abbott as “un-American” for relocating asylum seekers. John Torres, who emigrated from … Read more

New York funeral home accused of letting body rot before wake: lawsuit

An outraged family has accused a Brooklyn funeral home of mishandling their loved one’s body so badly it looked like a “mud monster” on the day of his wake, an attorney representing the family told The Post. The mother and ex-boyfriend of Regina Christophe, who died in her sleep at age 37 on June 24, … Read more

New York court halts judge’s order scrapping $31 billion school budget

Public school budgets in New York City will return to originally proposed levels, at least temporarily, as a legal battle to undo hundreds of millions in cuts plays out in state court. The “automatic stay,” upheld Tuesday, stalled last week’s state Supreme Court decision to strike down the education department’s $31 billion operating budget until … Read more