Wet Weather Hits Tri-State Area Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day weekend may be the unofficial start to summer, but the weather isn't exactly cooperating.
Trump Says Future Of NATO Must Include 'Great Focus On Terrorism,' Calls On Members To 'Contribute Their Fair Share'Speaking at NATO headquarters during a dedication ceremony for a new 9/11 memorial, the president said "today is a day for both remembrance and resolve.''
Woman Shot In The Chest While Walking In The BronxThe 58-year-old woman was walking alone near a grassy area that borders Pelham Parkway at Bronxwood Avenue when she was hit in the chest by a bullet around 5 p.m. Wednesday.
NTSB: Jet That Crashed In Carlstadt Was Late Turning On Approach To TeterboroA jet appeared late in turning and banked hard before crashing near Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, federal investigators said.
Arrest Made In LaGuardia Airport Security BreachSurveillance video shows a guard looking on as a man enters the secure area of terminal B through an exit.
NYPD & FDNY Rescue Woman From Hudson RiverEmergency responders rushed to save the woman found wading in the waters near West 34th Street just after 10 p.m.
Boy, 16, Faces Attempted Murder, Other Charges In Stabbing Outside Manhattan SchoolA teenage boy is facing attempted murder and other charges after four students were slashed and stabbed during a fight near a school on Manhattan's West Side.
Local Lawmaker Demands Explanation Following Security Breach At LaGuardia AirportPort Authority Police are on the lookout for a person of interest following a security breach at LaGuardia's busy central terminal Tuesday evening.
Could A Five Minute Fix Add Years To Your Life? Experts Say It Can In a city where everything moves so fast, even small things can seem overwhelming and chaotic, and time is always precious.
Leukemia Survivor Meets Stem Cell Donor Who Gave Her The Gift Of LifeIt was an emotional moment when after three years Wendy Wax met her stem cell donor in a suite at Citi Field.
Chelsea Neighbors Declare Victory In Fight To Preserve Manhattan’s Last Underground Railroad StopOn a quiet block of West 29th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues, one of the townhouses is not like the others.
‘It’s Against The Rules:’ De Blasio Plans To Crack Down On Parking Placard MisuseAs part of the crackdown, the mayor is hiring 100 additional traffic agents to go after placard abusers, adding more tow trucks and creating a new $100 parking fine.

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