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- Jussie Smollett is setting the record straight.
- Miesha Wallace was visiting from Columbus with her daughter and sister when the turning cabbie hit a passing cyclist and jumped the curb in Midtown Manhattan Monday.
- The 23-year-old victim, mother of a little girl, was suffocated and sexually assaulted in the Feb. 16, 1968, homicide — making her now the earliest known victim of the predator.
- Adams’ proposal immediately drew backlash from the city’s largest police union, which feared that solo patrols will limit an officer’s ability to protect the public and themselves.
- The program at Edison is part of what officials at the city Education Department and Department of Citywide Administrative Services say has been a mutually beneficial partnership.
- The jury found earlier this month that Amber Heard defamed ex-husband Johnny Depp in their weeks-long defamation trial.
- Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn announced Wednesday they’ve indicted a half-dozen suspects in connection with the Dec. 3 robbery turned bloodbath in Brighton Beach.
- Confessed serial killer Richard Cottingham targeted innocent women across the New York area, and there may be many more — he's claimed responsibility for scores of additional murders.