Times Square Driver Once Threatened To Kill Police Officers

US | Ted Goodman
Richard Rojas is escorted from the 7th precinct by New York City Police officers after being processed in connection with the speeding vehicle that struck pedestrians on a sidewalk in Times Square in New York City, U.S., May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

‘Held him back and blocked his progress’

Never Assume A Driver Will Respect Your Right Of Way As A Pedestrian

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
You're safe, until you're not

BREAKING: Multiple Pedestrians Injured By Car In Times Square [Picture]

Daily Caller News Foundation | Saagar Enjeti

‘Car was in the sidewalk’

Cuomo: 'I'm Gay'

Politics | Christian Datoc

‘As a New Yorker…’

New Year's Eve In Times Square Apologizes For 'Unacceptable And Indefensible' #BallLivesMatter Tweet

US | Derek Hunter

‘Independent freelancer’ who sent the tweet loses job

Adam Sandler Remains In Custody After Arrest For 'Evil Elmo' Threats

US | Eric Owens

‘We have a tendency to trivialize what he’s doing’

Triumph The Insult Comic Dog Harasses Times Square Mascots

Entertainment | Kaitlan Collins

You won’t look at Minnie Mouse the same again

NYC vendor who alerted police to bomb seeks office - AP

Politics | admin

New York City vendor who alerted police to an attempted car bombing in Times Square is running for Congress

Super committee put on 'Public Notice' - TheDC

Politics | Caroline May

Fiscally conservative messages get center stage in Times Square, DC

Status update sent from my iPad: 'Protesting capitalism at Times Square' - Time

Tech | Josh Peterson

Glimpses of the technology Occupy Wall Street protestors use to broadcast their grievances to a global audience

Bill Clinton calls old Times Square 'romantic' - NYP

US | Vince Coglianese

Clinton says Times Square’s former mix of prostitutes and colorful characters was ‘romantic’ and ‘fascinating’

Knife-wielding killer caught after 28-hour slashing rampage - NYDN

US | interns

Police finally caught and arrested Maksim Gelman, who killed 4 in New York in stabbing spree

Times Square security high for New Year's Eve - AP

US | Steven Nelson (admin)

The NYPD has answered security concerns with ever-developing tools, including a network of private and police cameras

Katie Couric: We need 'a Muslim version of The Cosby Show' - TheDC

Entertainment | Laura Donovan

Katie Couric thinks Americans aren’t well versed enough on Muslims, so a ‘Muslim version of The Cosby Show’ would make everyone more accepting of Islam

Marine couple marries in Time Square despite snow - NYDN

| Laura Donovan

The unexpected northeastern Snowpocalypse of 2010 didn’t stop this determined marine couple from tying the knot in Time Square

Teixeira: Pettitte likely to retire - NY Post

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Mark Teixeira sounds like a man ready to plan a retirement party when asked about Andy Pettitte

Ask Matt Labash Vol. XLIV - TheDC

Ask Matt Labash | Matt Labash

Outsourcing the unemployed, chasing tail, and banning New Year’s Day

Is profiling the answer?

Opinion | Pamela Varkony

Profiling may be a necessary tool in the War on Terrorism.