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Monday morning marked the first time in over a year that the MTA allowed riders to swipe into the subway past 2 a.m. There was no fanfare, or ribbon cutting, just hot platforms and relatively infrequent train service greeted customers. But that was enough. “It feels good to be able…

The nonprofit group behind the country’s largest LGBTQ celebration has banned groups of uniformed law enforcement personnel, including NYPD’s Gay Officers Action League, from marching in its signature parades through 2025, and the group will hire private security in place of using the police for crowd control measures. “Effective immediately,…

NYPD’s Hate Crimes Unit is investigating two vandalism incidents at religious institutions in Brooklyn this week. Parishioners at St. Athanasius Catholic Church on Bay Parkway discovered Friday that an enormous crucifix was torn down from the church grounds and an American flag on the rectory was burned, police said. “We…