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A Brooklyn straphanger captured dramatic cell phone video on Thursday which showed riders desperately trying to stop a subway train before it could hit a man passed out on tracks.  Read more

The NYPD slammed a City Council bill that encourages citizens to sue the city when cops stop them from recording police activity or seize their recording equipment. The proposal, sponsored  Read more

The man suspected of gunning down an 80-year-old Brooklyn bodega worker — in a senseless dispute over 50 cents — is a career criminal who lived a block away from  Read more

Brooklyn police officers traded their uniforms to play a less serious — but equally as rewarding role — on Thursday evening, when they dressed as Santa Claus and superheroes to  Read more

Brooklyn Army vet Papotia Reginald Wright’s resume was impressive by any standard. He boasted of a Purple Heart, Bronze Star — and a slew of other medals as an elite  Read more

People on both sides of the East River are freaking out about a massive plan by the MTA and city to cope with the 15-month L-train shutdown — saying it  Read more

The cover sheet on the clipboard hanging in the station house of Brooklyn’s blood-soaked 75th Precinct said it all: “You give us 22 minutes, we’ll give you a homicide.” Much  Read more

Brooklyn state Sen. Marty Golden has three unpaid violations on his car — including one for speeding in a school zone that’s so overdue the city could sic a collection  Read more

Life is cheap for this killer. A Brooklyn bodega customer came up 50 cents short when he tried to buy a Corona — and he got so mad he couldn’t  Read more

Cars will be required to have three or more passengers to drive over the Williamsburg Bridge in rush hours during the upcoming L train shutdown, MTA officials announced Wednesday. The  Read more

A carjacker who fatally ran over a Brooklyn dad while attempting to steal his truck was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison Wednesday — as the dead man’s  Read more

A heartless gunman shot an 80-year-old Brooklyn bodega owner in the chest Tuesday night — killing him over a mere 50 cents, police sources told The Post. The gunman, who  Read more

These two skydivers just landed in jail. A Brooklyn couple was busted for allegedly stealing the identity of a Washington State man and using his credit card information for thrill-seeking  Read more

Port Authority bomber Akayed Ullah was influenced by the sermons and writings of a radical Muslim preacher — and tried to have his wife brainwashed by them as well, Bangladeshi  Read more

Brooklyn state Sen. Marty Golden tried to pull over a bicyclist by impersonating a cop — and then his wheelman ran a red light and drove into oncoming traffic to  Read more

The alleged Port Authority bomber has been formally hit with a slew of terror-related charges, authorities said Tuesday. Akayed Ullah, 27, is being charged with criminal possession of a weapon,  Read more

The Brooklyn woman who allegedly started a massive blaze that killed two people in Dyker Heights has been indicted on two counts of second-degree murder and two of first-degree arson.  Read more

Now he’s hoping the judge says, “No jail for you.” The chief financial officer of Soupman Inc., a Staten Island-based chain made famous by “Seinfeld,” pleaded guilty on Monday to  Read more

A state senator is planning to introduce legislation Tuesday that would require city elementary school children to be tested for lead exposure. Sen. Jesse Hamilton (D-Brooklyn) is dropping the bill  Read more

The ISIS-inspired Port Authority bombing suspect was trying to exact revenge for Israeli actions in Gaza, according to a new report. Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi immigrant living in Brooklyn, allegedly  Read more

Neighbors of suspected terrorist Akayed Ullah said loud fighting had been coming from his family’s Brooklyn home in the past few days — and included a “big blow-up last night.  Read more

Two City Councilmen attacked the MTA on Monday for not keeping them updated on plans to shut down a portion of the L subway line in 2019. Councilman Antonio Reynoso  Read more

FBI agents and NYPD cops swooped down on three Brooklyn apartments tied to Monday’s alleged would-be terror bomber — including the pad where he is believed to have assembled his  Read more

An ISIS-inspired would-be suicide bomber set off a homemade explosive device at the Port Authority Bus Terminal subway station Monday morning, seriously wounding himself and injuring three others, law enforcement  Read more

Sections of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway will eventually become so unstable that the city has to ban trucks from the highway — sending the rumbling rigs into surrounding neighborhoods — unless  Read more

Apparently that IS frowned upon, Dov. The state Assembly has put funding for a Brooklyn non-profit on hold after a report by The Post that Assemblyman Dov Hikind allocated money  Read more

A dog that was lost by the “Uber of dog-walking” has finally been found safe — after a nearly two-week search. Teddy, a 4-year-old black Jindo mix, turned up at  Read more

Five cops were hurt when a gun-toting goon sideswiped them with his car in Brooklyn on Sunday morning, authorities said. The officers were responding to reports of a man and  Read more

An infant was found dead inside her Brooklyn home Saturday afternoon, cops said. Cops found newborn Unique Fernandes unconscious and unresponsive in the building on Livonia Avenue near Van Siclen  Read more

Here’s one pizza shop that really delivers. Tiara Puglisi gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Charlie Joseph Hillman, in the front seat of her SUV outside Rocco’s Pizzeria in  Read more

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