A police officer who said he was punished for complaining about arrest quotas got his lawsuit reinstated Thursday after an appeals court said his criticisms were covered by free speech protections.
A Queens city councilman said Thursday that it is time for the NYPD to do away with a piece of technology that has been considered antiquated for decades.
Fire crews were battling a raging blaze late Thursday afternoon in Palisades Park, New Jersey.
Helping people find their towed cars is the idea behind a proposal being made in the city council.
A new study of salaries at Rutgers University finds that 17 employees, including 14 doctors and three athletic coaches, have salaries over $1 million per year.
A New Jersey man hopes his redesign of the U.S. flag will win the hearts of Americans.
New York state lawmakers on Thursday began debating grand jury reforms meant to restore public trust when police are investigated.
A woman whose sport utility vehicle got stuck on Connecticut train tracks during a traffic jam as a train approached has been saved by a quick-thinking policeman.
A Picasso painting worth millions of dollars was stolen in France, and smuggled into the U.S. by someone who falsely labeled it as an “art craft” when it was shipped, authorities said Thursday.
A Suffolk County police officer came to the rescue this week, using an epipen to save a 12-year-old boy suffering from a severe allergic reaction.
St. Patrick’s Day is less than three weeks away, and businesses are hoping to see lots of green. But a Long Island man says retailers are cashing in on a stereotype.
The 22-year-old woman says she was sexually assaulted in a dorm room in January 2014 and left with numerous bruises, including on her neck.
Some riders said they’re already seeing a deterioration in service and questioned why they should be asked to pay more.
Jacalyn Easters said she was shocked when her 7-year-old son Brandon McNeil who was supposed to be in second grade class at Tangier Smith Elementary School in Mastic Beach suddenly showed up on a relative’s doorstep Wednesday.
A new Facebook feature has users hitting the “like” button. Because of online bullying and teen suicide, the social network is now using sharing to save lives.