Faithful from around the globe are arriving in Rome for the historic canonization of two popular popes.
Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown said Police Detective Jay Poggi, 58, was arraigned on a criminal complaint charging him with driving while intoxicated.
Federal authorities are turning up the heat on the county, threatening to once again withhold additional millions in grant money for allegedly not complying with a 2009 housing settlement.
NASA says it may be able to predict where the next big sinkhole will occur with new technology strapped to the belly of a jet.
The leaflets, placed by NYU’s Students for Justice in Palestine, were slipped under dorm-room doors at Palladium Hall, which has a high concentration of Jewish students.
The line to get inside the Cat Cafe on Bowery Street was out the door and around the block on its first day open.
Drivers beware! Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to slash the city’s road repair budget nearly in half could lead to much bigger problems than flat tires and bent axles.
Wednesday’s accident comes as Mayor Bill de Blasio looks to ban horse-drawn carriages in the city and replace them with electric vintage-style vehicles.
Some clergy members have written letters demanding the museum change the documentary, which they say unfairly links Islam and terrorism.
The iconic Central Park restaurant reopened after five years Thursday, starting with a ribbon cutting attended by park and city officials.
Volunteer firefighting involves more than running into burning buildings, officials said.
Postal workers around the country protested in front of Staples stores on Thursday, objecting to the U.S. Postal Service’s pilot program to open counters in stores, staffed with retail employees.
The joy of discovering he was to be the father of twin girls soon turned sadness for Michael Skrilow of Queens. Skrilow’s twins were born nine weeks early and Zoe weighed just 2 pounds, but they thrived.
The new Perelman Emergency Center is 22,000-square-feet, more than triple the size of the previous center.
Raymond Roth was sentenced to 2 1/3 years to 7 years in prison Thursday and ordered to more than $36,000 in restitution to the Coast Guard and Nassau County police.