Top NYPD counterterrorism officials have warned that a possible new tool for terrorists could have a chilling effect on New York City.
Police on Wednesday were searching for a man who ripped off a cellphone for a woman at Bronx subway station, and sent her plunging down the stairs during the struggle.
On the second anniversary of the day Superstorm Sandy devastated New York, many people are still recovering — and waiting for funding.
Meier has also been an NBA referee and the Ivy League coordinator of women’s basketball officials since 1990. He’s also been a professional magician. But on Wednesday he was behind bars.
Students are Rutgers University are shaken up by a string of robberies on and near campus.
The woman featured in a YouTube video being catcalled in New York City is now receiving rape threats online, according to the organization that posted the clip.
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A surveillance camera was rolling when a UPS driver took out his frustration on a package, flipping it, kicking it, even bowling with it.
The town claims the crackdown is strictly a maintenance issue, but critics argue it’s disrespectful.
The second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy arrived Wednesday in New Jersey, where recovery is happening unevenly, with many houses, boardwalks and businesses rebuilt, but many other people still unable to return to their homes.
Ron Kuby, one of Gigi Jordan’s many lawyers, made a last-minute appearance demanding a mistrial based on the judge’s refusal to let the jury see evidence that might have proved Jordan believed her ex-husband was going to have her killed.
A physician for 34 years, Dr. Schiller Desgrottes was charged Wednesday with the illegal sale of more than 200 prescriptions for 41,000 oxycodone pills.
There was applause all around on Wednesday, as an NYPD officer made his way out of the hospital six days after being attacked with a hatchet.
Police are hoping surveillance footage can help them find out who stole more than $35,000 worth of money and other items from a church in the Bronx.
The mobile app for the all-female livery service SheRides has officially launched in New York City.