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Queens pol wants NYC Sheriff's Office to crack down on abandoned boats

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

Legislation recently introduced by Councilwoman Joann Ariola is being reworked to include a new system of fines and penalties for owners of abandoned boats, she told
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Hudson driver gets his shot in NASCAR

Hudson driver gets his shot in NASCAR

Derek Griffith is racing 5 Xfinity events, including NHMS on July 16 Read more ...

Thailand says Myanmar apologized for airspace violation

Thailand says neighboring Myanmar has apologized after one of its fighter jets crossed into its airspace on a bombing run along the border, forcing Thai authorities to evacuate... Read more ...

Stockton man confesses to molesting 3 children after arrest

Stockton man confesses to molesting 3 children after arrest

Authorities said the 43-year-old man confessed to molesting the three victims during his interview with detectives. Read more ...

Brawl breaks out at Eagles concert during iconic song ‘Take It Easy'

Brawl breaks out at Eagles concert during iconic song ‘Take It Easy'

The fighting occurred during a Sunday afternoon concert in Hyde Park, according to Metro UK. Read more ...

How to Break Russia's Black Sea Blockade

The world must act to address the global food crisis. Read more ...

What America Should Do If the Iran Nuclear Deal Talks Fail

Outsourcing Middle East security to Israel Is a bad Plan B. Read more ...

All eyes on airlines as July Fourth holiday weekend nears

All eyes on airlines as July Fourth holiday weekend nears

Airlines that have stumbled badly over the last two holidays face their biggest test yet of whether they can handle big crowds when July Fourth travelers mob the nation's... Read more ...

Apple's newest CarPlay feature will allow users to buy gas directly from...

The next version of Apple CarPlay could let you buy gas directly from your navigation system. Read more ...

Bay Area travelers prepare for holiday weekend of possible delays...

"The airlines just don't have enough staff. Whether that's pilots, flight attendants, curbside check-in people, TSA security folks. I mean everyone is short staffed." Read more ...

Hochul signs legislation extending mayoral control over NYC schools for two...

Hochul signs legislation extending mayoral control over NYC schools for two years

Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law a two-year extension of mayoral control over New York City public schools shortly before such authority would have expired at midnight... Read more ...