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22 Year-Old Instagram Model Killed Her Father After a Rage Over Laptop

At her court arraignment this week, the prosecution revealed that the 22-year-old Instagram model who is accused of brutally killing her father with a kitchen knife and hammer while he slept on a couch in their Brooklyn home in late December was motivated by a dispute over a laptop. Initially, she had blamed the bloodbath on two violent strangers.
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Needy, homeless, or jobless? TANF Program for low-income NYC residents: See if you're eligible

With millions of people in the metropolitan area, New York is one of the most populated and busiest cities in the world. It is also a city with diverse culture. Every year, thousands of people go to New York City to find jobs and for permanent residence with their families. It won’t be wrong to say that NYC has become a hub for entertainment, commerce, and health care.

New York Yankees Make Major Signing

The New York Yankees are approaching their 2023 season, as pitchers and catchers report for the team on February 16, 2023, just a couple of weeks away. The team will be hoping to build on last year's 99-63 record and coming up short of a World Series appearance, losing to the Houston Astros in the American League Championship Series.

Basketball MVP Has A New Team

There is major news in the basketball world today, as a former MVP and two-time champion has a new home at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York with the New York Liberty. In a tweet posted to social media by Women's National Basketball Association superstar Breanna Stewart, the former Most Valuable Player has announced that she will be signing with the New York Liberty as a free agent on the first day eligible.

NYC Mayor Says City Has 'No More Room' as Over 37,000 Migrants are Housed in Just 14 Hotels, Refuse Moving to Shelters

NYC Mayor Eric Adams has called on the Biden Administration for assistance in addressing the growing migration crisis. He stated in a speech on Tuesday: "I'm speaking directly to the [Biden] administration – this is a problem that we must have a resolution both from Congress and the [Department of] Immigration, but the administration needs to deal with the immediate need that we have."

Migrants Resist Move From Hotel to Brooklyn Cruise Terminal

A group of undocumented migrants who entered the United States via its southern border are refusing to leave their Watson Hotel rooms for relocation to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. In protest, the migrants have taken to sleeping in the street. Some migrants complied, but many stood their ground and would not leave the Hell's Kitchen hotel. They began rallying outside along with migrant activists.