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New York’s Summer Subway Crisis Puts More Pressure on Cuomo, De Blasio

NEW YORK CITY — Commuters in the Big Apple are having another rotten week after a track fire shut down four subway lines, pictures of which were plastered all over the front pages of the city’s newspapers Tuesday — putting more pressure on Democratic politicians in charge of making the trains run.

The family of New York City Police officer Miosotis Familia hug during her funeral at the World Changers Church, in The Bronx borough of New York, Tuesday, July 11, 2017. The slain officer, a mother of three children including 12-year-old twins, was writing in her memo book at the end of her shift early last Wednesday when a man walked up to the police vehicle where she was sitting and fired. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, Pool)

Teenager Blasts ‘F*** Tha Police’ During Slain Cop’s Funeral

A teenager from the Bronx blasted out the NWA song “F— Tha Police” from his apartment block as thousands of police officers mourned the death of Officer Miosotis Familia, who was assassinated as she sat in her police vehicle last week, The New York Post revealed.

NYC to Pay $16M for Illegals’ Lawyer Fees, Subways Held Together with Zip Ties

As left-wing Mayor Bill de Blasio designates millions of dollars of taxpayer money to pay the lawyer fees of illegal immigrants, New York’s failing subway system is falling into greater disrepair — with a state of emergency being declared by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and one straphanger spotting that her subway train was being held together with a zip tie.