The cavern for the 86th Street station was completed on time, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Thursday.
Firefighters are battling two fires that have ignited four homes in Paterson.
While you’re shopping for the holidays, you may find it hard to resist the urge to buy for yourself.
Three upstate counties have been selected as sites for casinos in New York, bringing an end to a fierce competition among 16 developers and job-hungry communities.
President Barack Obama says the U.S. will end its outdated approach to Cuba that has failed to advance U.S. interests.
The hacker group calling themselves Guardians of Peace threatened moviegoers Tuesday and theaters showing the movie with violence reminiscent of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
An elderly man was injured Wednesday when he fell several stories down an elevator shaft in the Bronx.
A rabbinical student was released from the hospital Wednesday, about eight days after being stabbed by a man who was later shot and killed by police in a Brooklyn synagogue.
Avon Products Inc. will pay $135 million to settle criminal and civil charges after its China unit pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by bribing officials there.
The flu bug is hitting Long Island hard this year and the number of reported cases since October have more than tripled over last year.
New York rapper Bobby Shmurda was arrested at a Midtown recording studio Wednesday, following a long-term NYPD investigation related to narcotics and shootings.
A group of Pakistanis on Long Island gathered to condemn the violence and to plead for help for innocent Pakistanis
An attorney for a 21-year veteran deputy finance commissioner for the Town of Hempstead announced a legal claim Wednesday, alleging that age, sex and ethnic discrimination were the reason he was fired.
Some serious misspellings on a school sign may have cost a principal her position.
A man was found stabbed to death early Wednesday in an East New York, Brooklyn building.
Protesters took to the streets of New York City on Dec. 13, 2014 to express outrage over the grand jury decisions not to indict the officers involved in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases.
Hundreds of so-called Santas have made their way to Midtown Manhattan Saturday for the annual SantaCon pub crawl.
Demonstrators gathered for a third night, protesting the grand jury’s decision in the Eric Garner case.