Anti-communism Army vet to take on de Blasio for Congress

Yan Xiong stood up to the communist government in China as a young pro-democracy Tiananmen Square protester — now he wants to take down former Mayor Bill de Blasio in the race for Congress. “It would be horrible if Bill de Blasio is elected to Congress,” Xiong told The Post Sunday. De Blasio last week … Read more

MTA losing $119M and counting to fare evasion, officials say

Soaring fare evasion on subways and buses cost the MTA $119 million in the first three months of the year, according to new statistics — and officials want transit workers to help them rein in the costly problem. A memo sent to city bus drivers on Friday urged them to “politely state the fare” to … Read more

3 women killed by alleged drunk driver after Sweet 16 party on LI

Three women were killed Saturday after an accused late-night crash on Long Island they left a Sweet 1 party, according to police and sources. The crash came at 11:11 pm Saturday in New Hyde Park outside an event space on the Jericho Turnpike, where a driver of a Mercedes-Benz sedan rammed into a Lincoln Town … Read more

Runner who died during Brooklyn marathon was David Reichman

The Brooklyn Half Marathon runner who died Saturday while finishing the race amid sweltering heat has been identified as Flatbush resident David Reichman. Reichman, who was 32, collapsed on the boardwalk at Ocean Parkway at Brighton Beach Avenue near the finish line after suffering from possible cardiac arrest, according to event organization New York Road … Read more

Funeral held for victim Roberta Drury in Buffalo supermarket shooting

The youngest victim in the massacre at Buffalo’s Tops Friendly Market was remembered Saturday for her “love and compassion.” Mourners gathered at the Assumption Church in Syracuse to say good-bye to Roberta Drury, 32, who was slaughtered last week along with nine others in what authorities said was a racially-motivated attack allegedly carried out by … Read more

Eric Adams not worried about monkeypox spreading in NYC

Mayor Eric Adams said Saturday that he’s not worried about the spread of monkeypox in the Big Apple – where at least one case of the rare disease is already suspected. “Nope. We have the best Department of Health,” Adams told The Post after being asked about the disease following an unrelated Midtown event. “We … Read more

Mom of 11-year-old Kyhara Tay reacts to arrest of shooting suspect

The heartbroken mother of 11-year-old Kyhara Tay — an innocent bystander gunned down by another kid — told The Post she did not care to know the identity of her daughter’s deadly teen assailant. She already had one for him. “I don’t want to know his name, his name is killer, he’s a killer,” Yahisha … Read more

Runner dies at Brooklyn Half Marathon finish line

One runner died Saturday morning after finishing the Brooklyn Half Marathon, authorities said The 30-year-old man, who was not identified, possibly suffered cardiac arrest around 9 am and was taken to Coney Island Hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to the NYPD. The runner collapsed after finishing the race, according to the New York … Read more

Legionnaires’ outbreak confirmed in Bronx neighborhood

An outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease has been reported in a Bronx neighborhood, city health officials said Friday. Four people in the borough’s Highbridge neighborhood have been diagnosed with the disease, which is a type of pneumonia caused by bacteria that forms in warm water, according to the city Department Of Health. Other individuals are awaiting … Read more