The Boy Scouts of America is embracing its own motto of “be prepared” when it comes to changing with the times and it’s opposition to gay members.
Big screens, little screens, plasmas, 3Ds, LEDs, and smart TVs line the walls of electronics retailers offering shoppers a wide range of decisions and plenty of chances to save money.
Volunteers gave up their day as part of a national effort to honor the life and legacy or Martin Luther King by improving communities.
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein has called for the substance dimethylamylamine, or DMAA, to be banned from sports nutritional supplements. The stimulant is available in pill, powder and drink form at vitamin and health food stores like GNC and the Vitamin Shoppe.
“While we remain optimistic that we can reach an agreement, we are here today to announce that Local 1181 will strike effective Wednesday morning,” said union president Michael Cordiello. “It is action we must take.”
The Centers for Disease Control hinted that flu may have already peaked in some spots, but also that New York is experiencing “high activity.”
Investigators believed Wednesday evening that mechanical failure caused the crash involving the Seastreak Wall Street catamaran.
There was a massive emergency response to Pier 11 when a ferry headed in from New Jersey hit the shore.
Life after Superstorm Sandy includes a health hazard that is sometimes pesky, sometimes serious and continues to keep many out of their homes.
Tuesday night will be the coldest so far of the season, and many residents displaced for Superstorm Sandy were seeking shelter from the freezing temperatures.
For two years, Robert and Kim Summers have been trying to bring a Russian child to their Freehold home and recently were matched with a little boy whom they have already named.
Jean Harris, the convicted killer of the “Scarsdale Diet” doctor, died Sunday at an assisted living facility in New Haven, Conn., at the age of 89.
Some New York City students may soon be getting a lesson in school safety few ever would have imagined.
It was a celebration and a statement in a community badly in need of both. A couple in Breezy Point got married Friday, more than a month after living with the destruction of Superstorm Sandy.
The MTA board voted on the proposed increases on Wednesday. Members unanimously approved the fare hikes. Only one member voted against increasing tolls.