Westchester Executive's Name Will No Longer Appear On County Buildings Or PropertiesWestchester County Executive George Latimer signed a bill passed by the county legislature into law at a Wednesday news conference.
'That's Insane:' New Wave Of CGI Influencers Turning Heads On Social MediaSome of the latest accounts drumming up attention are from people who aren't even real.
Starbucks To Close 150 Poorly Performing StoresStarbucks says it will accelerate its store closings in the U.S. next year to counter cooling sales growth.
Woman Hurt In Ceiling Collapse Inside Subway Station In BrooklynAuthorities say debris fell from the ceiling inside the Borough Hall stop around 3:30 p.m.
President Trump Signs Executive Order To Stop The Separation Of Migrant FamiliesSince early May, more than 2,000 children have been separated from their parents after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, as part of the administration’s new immigration strategy.
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Steps Down Amid Abuse AccusationThe former archbishop of Newark was removed from public ministry after an accusation he abused a teen while serving the New York archdiocese.
Prosecutors Release Video Of Suspected Driver In Englewood Hit & RunThe victim, 15-year-old Cristian Valdez, was hit while riding his skateboard. He remains in a medically-induced coma.
MTA Conductor Sucker-Punched Aboard Q Train: 'I'm Petrified Right Now To Go Back To Work'The victim says getting assaulted in broad daylight was something he never thought he'd have to worry about. That is, before this year.
Crews Searching For Boy, 8, Last Seen Swimming In Waters Off Long BeachA recovery effort was underway Tuesday evening after a boy reportedly went missing while swimming in the waters off of Long Island.
High Schooler Surprises Classmate With Down Syndrome With 'Promposal'On Tuesday, senior Nick Viscovich was counting down the days to his big night.
Dow To Boot General Electric After 100-Year Run; Walgreens To JoinGE's place among the most stable publicly traded U.S. companies has been shaky in recent years.
New York Doctors Save Boy, 9, From Honduras With Serious Heart Defect"Project Kids Worldwide" brought the nine-year-old child from Honduras to the city for open heart surgery.