The Pi Delta Psi fraternity has disowned its Baruch College chapter, following the death of a student who died after taking part of a hazing ritual.
Many shoppers are discovering that stores, desperate for sales and customer loyalty, are willing to negotiate.
Lottery officials say ticket sales are ahead of projections, one of the primary factors pushing the jackpot higher.
Shipping companies have said they are moving more packages this season than ever before.
The Short Hills mall murder has once again thrust mall security into the spotlight, especially in the final days before Christmas.
Vitamins and other dietary supplements are a $30 billion per year industry, and half of all Americans take them. But could you be wasting your money, or even hurting yourself?
The Michael Bloomberg era in New York City ends in just two weeks.
He leaves with friends, enemies and a long list of accomplishments, which, in true Mayor Mike style, he wants to be the first to tell you about.
There is more to Christmas than gifts and jingle bells, so say a growing number of people with lawn signs and bumper stickers.
Police in Westchester County were searching Monday for the person who has been sending disturbing mail to several women in Dobbs Ferry.
The effort will assess a broad range of practices at Metro-North, including oversight of engineers, fatigue management programs and medical requirements for crew members.
Library lovers dressed in cardboard costumes of their favorite books Monday to protest plans to renovate the New York Public Library’s main branch and sell the popular Mid-Manhattan branch.
A woman told police she was was sexually assaulted by a man who appeared to be a good Samaritan returning her wallet which she had left at a fast-food restaurant.
Leathers is the new face of a dating site that aims to pair women with “sugar daddy’s.”
Thomas Dale unexpectedly stepped down last Thursday after prosecutors released the findings of an investigation into alleged witness intimidation by the former commissioner.
Lisa Ferkovich met the victim at a supermarket over the summer, gained his trust and then drained his bank accounts, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said.