Michelle Gotthelf, the top woman editor at the Post until January, alleged she was fired two months after telling the Post’s current editor-in-chief Keith Poole that her former boss, Col Allan, propositioned her for sex and harassed her.
Bidding to stave off talk of a federal receiver, Correction Commissioner Louis Molina told a Manhattan federal judge that he agreed with proposals from the federal monitor overseeing a class action lawsuit over violence at Rikers, and asked for more time to fix the problems.
As of 5pm Tuesday, 62,000 kids from Kindergarten to eighth grade had registered for a spot in the city’s second-annual “Summer Rising” program — filling more than half of the 110,000 total available seats in less than 48 hours, according to the Education Department.
The defendants, including capos Nicholas Calisi of Boca Raton, Fla., and Ralph Balsamo of Tuckahoe in Westchester County, were charged in a Manhattan Federal Court racketeering indictment with taking bets and offering their customers high-interest “extensions of credit,” authorities said.
James Polite’s downward spiral began in 2018 when the Brandeis University graduate and former intern for then-City Council Speaker Christine Quinn defaced the historic Union Temple in Prospect Heights with the words “Hitler” and “Die Jew rats, we are here!”
The N.J. Division of Consumer Affairs has also taken steps to strip Dr. Ehren Seth Yablon’s veterinarian license as he faces allegations charged pet owners for services, including surgery, he never actually rendered.
“Our house was completely destroyed, but more devastatingly, we lost my sweet brother Carlos. The loss we are experiencing is monumental,” the sister of Carlos Richards, 21, wrote in an emotional plea on GoFundMe.com.
Alexei Saab, 45, allegedly moved to the U.S. in 2000 from Lebanon with a secret mission to apply for citizenship and plan a future attack on behalf of the militant group designated a foreign terrorist organization.
The gift will funnel $100 million each to Success Academy and Harlem Children’s Zone, and comes on top of a separate announcement last week of $50 million from Bloomberg and other donors to help city charters develop their own summer program.
Jamie Zheng says Centers Urgent Care, the operator of the vaccine distribution site at Korean Community Services in Bayside, fired him after he learned of a policy to dilute the doses beyond the CDC’s recommendation.
Schweighardt joined dozens of firefighters lining the street outside the Brooklyn firehouse to honor Klein who was killed a day earlier in a three-alarm fire that broke out just minutes away on Avenue N near E. 108th St.
MTA chief safety officer Pat Warren offered a simple recommendation Monday during a committee meeting: Hold on. Warren — a West Point graduate who previously served as an Army officer — appeared perplexed by the trend.
After four Department of Correction commissioners, the landmark agreement that led to a federal monitor of Rikers in 2016 hasn’t resulted in significant change. In fact, ongoing staffing dysfunction has arguably made conditions worse, according to statements by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s office, the monitor, and legal advocates for detainees.
A Manhattan judge held former President Donald Trump in civil contempt on Monday, slapping him with $10,000 fines a day for “repeated delays and failures” to comply with New York Attorney General Letitia James’ fraud investigation.
Carlos Richards, 21, who lived in the home with his mother Elizabeth Giddings, had a mental disability and couldn’t be found in the aftermath of Sunday’s fire at their Canarsie home, grandmother, Elaine Giddings, 73, told the Daily News.
Michelle Surrency plans to file state and federal lawsuits against State Trooper Christopher Baldner for twice ramming the SUV Monica was in back on Dec. 22, 2020, causing the vehicle to flip over a guardrail.
Wedderburn-Simpson started her director position as special education director for southern Queens with a $125,000 salary — a rate she says was $14,000 below the annual salary of the next lowest-paid of her eight counterparts