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Never a bridesmaid, always a bride. The Bronx DA charged 39-year-old Liana Barrientos claiming that she was married 10 times since 1999 without divorcing some of her previous husbands.
This week marks the 150th Anniversary of what many consider to be the end of the Civil War, when Robert E. Lee surrendered.
Illusionist Penn Jillette is looking slim and trim these days without the help of any magic tricks.
A Brooklyn narcotics detective accused of stealing nearly $3,000 from a deli during a raid remains suspended without pay.
The peak home buying season is just around the corner, which means now is the perfect time to prep.
A local Christian college has been rocked by a sex scandal involving the women’s softball coach and several members of the team.
There are a few things you should know to keep your home safe from falling trees and save you from disaster.
No. 1 and 2 train service has been restored after a water main break in the West Village halted service between Times Square and Chambers Street for hours.
Police are stepping up efforts to arrest a man accused of going on an armed robbery spree in Manhattan.
Customers pay from $10 to hundreds of dollars for subscription boxes each month, signing up for everything from beauty products to clothing and even underwear.
Dramatic images show an injured, bloody, but lucky man just moments after he fell onto the subway tracks at the 86th Street station at Lexington Ave.
Parts of the Fire Island National Seashore are now closed to the public for two weeks while the race is on to stop one of the most destructive forest pests.
Sharpton addressed the killing of Walter Scott at the beginning of his annual National Action Network conference in New York on Wednesday.
Keyshawn Brown is charged with arson, criminal mischief and reckless endangerment for allegedly putting a piece of metal on the southbound C train subway tracks last Thursday in Brooklyn.