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Serena Williams is trying to ignore “the elephant in the room” ahead of the U.S. Open.
In a new trend, teachers are turning to crowd funding to help them buy basic classroom necessities.
For years, men have had man caves. Their very own hideaways to get away from it all.
A CBS affiliate reporter and cameraman were shot and killed during a live television broadcast in central Virginia Wednesday, and the suspected gunman later died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Some Brooklyn residents were complaining about hornets all over their block were heaving sighs of relief Wednesday night.
The NYPD has established a new task force to patrol Times Square, and that is just the beginning of the city’s efforts to combat the spread of aggressive panhandling, costumed characters and other quality of life issues.
It’s happened again, street signs have been stolen in a Bergen County community, and officials said the situation has become dangerous.
Building sand castles at the beach is a favorite activity for most kids, but for one man it’s his creative outlet.
Stephen Ruth calls himself the “Red Light Robin Hood.”
A community action group has asked the Nassau district attorney to investigate allegations of corruption in the school district.
New York City universal pre-K begins Sept. 9, but lots of parents still haven’t registered their children.
The state Department of Transportation has withdrawn its bid to build a rest area off the Long Island Expressway in Huntington, between exits 51 and 52.
As Trump continues to rise in the polls, voters who support him continually say they like the businessman because he speaks his mind.
While some have suggested airport-style security, Robert Paaswell, a transit expert and professor at City College, said such measures are unrealistic.