Two beehives on the roof of the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge are home to some 2,000 bees, and their "Rooftop Honey" is used in the hotel's in-house restaurant.
"Is the city really this far gone?," the Sergeants Benevolent Association advocacy group tweeted yesterday afternoon. The knife-wielding man was quickly surrounded by officers and subdued, surveillance footage shows.
Con Ed said it was reducing voltage and asked customers to turn off "non-essential" appliances to conserve power.
Cuomo has ordered the New York State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to provide assistance to the NYPD in investigating the case.
There are several events taking place across America to remember the fallen.
The two men were attacked less than a mile apart, and the New York Police Department announced an 82 percent increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes.
Dismissing legal boundaries or justifying unnecessary force not only undermines fundamental liberties, but fuels parental and community distrust of health officials and sets back the ultimate goals of protecting the public.
Those who fail to obey the vaccination order face a fine of up to $1,000.
"It was an incredible day," presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said of his Saturday campaign launch. "Let's keep the movement going."
NYPD confirmed on Friday that they took possession of the vehicle involved.
"You pretty. Are you scared?" the attacker asked victim Dana Sagona, 31, before the attack.
The victim was left with a broken nose and eye socket.
"It was hurtful," Jeovanna deShong-Connor, a 17-year-old black senior student, said. "[It] made it so clear that our peers were not welcoming and that the administration did not care."
Camron Jean-Pierre was visiting his grandmother on New Year's Day when he had a fatal allergic reaction.
A recorded call played aloud in Brooklyn federal courtroom features a purported FARC rebel and Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera. And Guzmán pushing the price down: "Listen, I'm going to buy 2 and leave Simon's [a nickname for Cifuentes] property to pay for the rest."
A self-proclaimed "right to life" Brooklyn man told a female U.S. Senator he was "going to put a bullet" in her for criticizing President Donald Trump, federal prosecutors allege.
Juan Carlos Ramirez led the Colombian North Valley cartel and sold cocaine to El Chapo.
Jesús "El Rey" Zambada, former member of the Sinaloa cartel, is singing like a canary.
In Los Angeles, at least three Orthodox Jewish women say a man has been yanking their modest wigs from their heads.
Given the reputation of "El Chapo" as a dangerous individual, jurors will remain anonymous.
"There would have been a clear indicator of the shooter in the Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh," Eric Adams, the president of Brooklyn Borough, said. "The profile of a person who was mentally unstable of purchasing or possessing a firearm would have been flagged."