At least one firefighter was injured late Thursday when a manhole exploded and caught fire in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Passengers are recalling the tense moments aboard Delta Flight 1086 as it skidded and crashed through a fence during landing at LaGuardia Airport Thursday morning.
Officials were investigating to find out exactly what happened late Thursday, after a Delta Airlines flight skidded and crashed through a fence as it landed at LaGuardia Airport.
From his use of Twitter to a so-called “perp walk” that consisted of a car ride, Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara on Thursday defended his handling of the arrest of former New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver.
Police were searching Thursday for a woman who allegedly posed as an employee at a Greenwich Village CVS drugstore, and was allowed into the office where she burglarized the safe.
CBS will sponsor an upcoming exhibit about the Vietnam war at the Newseum in Washington to honor “60 Minutes” correspondent Bob Simon and his five decades of war reporting.
New York’s attorney general has obtained a judgment against a Harlem pizzeria owner for underpaying hundreds of delivery workers at five restaurants.
If Brooklyn-based craft seller Etsy goes public later this year, it will be a test of how well the company can balance an explicit social mission with shareholder expectations for making money.
Jews around the world are celebrating Purim, a joyous holiday that teaches lessons about strength and pride in your identity.
Police have arrested and charged a Brooklyn woman after nearly 200 rabbits were found in the backyard of a tire shop in December.
Pop music icons Daryl Hall and John Oates are not amused what they believe is an appropriate of their names by a Brooklyn-based granola maker.
“The American public deserves to know whether one of its top-ranking public official’s actions violated federal law,” wrote Republican National Committee chief counsel John Phillippe.
A new study from NYU Langone Medical Center says those already at high risk need to be careful
A judge gave a teenager accused of striking and killing a 4-year-old with an SUV a third chance to accept or reject a plea deal.
Long Islanders were saying “enough already” Thursday as yet another snowstorm hit the area, and some towns have also been hit with serious concerns about road salt shortages.