The sign in the window of Jimbo’s Deli on Main Street says “Celebrate your white heritage in March. White History Month.”
James Dixon, 24, was arrested and charged with manslaughter and felony assault.
A window washer took a tumble from a fifth story window in TriBeCa Tuesday.
Preservationists have won a court battle over a house that was once a stop on the Underground Railroad.
FBI agents arrested three Brooklyn men for allegedly attempting to travel abroad to join the terror group ISIS, with one man agreeing to kill President Obama if ordered to, according to authorities.
Former state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s lawyers are asking a judge to throw out a bribery case against him, saying the prosecutor went too far in discussing the case publicly.
The Cortlandt Street No. 1 train station was crushed beneath falling debris from the towers Sept. 11, 2001.
Authorities say an armed bandit wearing a pink wig robbed a northern New Jersey bank.
The Center for Avian and Exotic Medicine said the pipe broke around 6:30 a.m. Monday.
Polly Trottenberg, commissioner of the city’s Department of Transportation, said efforts will focus on Sunnyside, Jackson Heights, Flushing, Jamaica and Elmhurst.
The most unusual outfit to debut at fashion week is one that you probably don’t want to see anyone wearing.
The shallower East River has frozen more often over the years, most famously in 1867.
Quannell Offley, who died Dec. 3, 2013, just days after using a bedsheet tied from an air vent to commit suicide, needed mental health treatment but was instead ignored, a lawyer for Desdemona Offley said Wednesday.
“This show doesn’t deserve an even slightly restless host and neither do you,” he told his audience. He said he might depart in July, September or maybe December. He didn’t say what he means to do next.
The rookie NYPD officer who shot and killed Brooklyn man Akai Gurley has been indicted, an attorney for Gurley’s girlfriend told WCBS 880 Tuesday afternoon.