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Top NYC news: No criminal case for dad in twins' hot car death; 1 arrested for dousing traffic cops

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Judge: No criminal case against dad in NYC twins' hot car death — for now

A judge ruled there is no criminal case at this time against the New York City father accused of leaving his 1-year-old twins in a hot car for eight hours last week, killing both of them, a spokeswoman for the Bronx district attorney's office said Thursday. 

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Man says he was beaten in NYC for wearing MAGA hat

A New York City art gallery owner says he was viciously beaten in Manhattan by a large group of teens for wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.

Read the full story on FOX 26 Houston.

Brooklyn man is arrested for allegedly dousing NYPD traffic agents

New York City police arrested a suspect Thursday who is accused of throwing water on two traffic-enforcement agents.

Read the full story on The Wall Street Journal.

Manhattan DA subpoenas Trump Org over hush money payments

NEW YORK (AP) - Just weeks after federal prosecutors revealed they were through investigating hush money paid to protect President Donald Trump from allegations of adultery, the probe has been picked back up by state prosecutors in New York City.

Read the full story on FOX 26 Houston.

Study: No link between gentrification and displacement in NYC

Using Medicaid data, researchers learned that most poor children born in gentrifying parts of New York City stayed in their neighborhoods.

Read the full story on The Atlantic.

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