Students at a New Jersey school are still on edge after a disturbing video posted to YouTube showed a pair of 12-year-old girls reading off a hit list and graphically describing how they’d carry out their kills.
Officials have said the transportation sector, including U.S. railways, remain attractive targets for al-Qaeda.
Prosecutors said Susan Becker took her 13 and 15-year-old children on joyrides, arming them with slingshots and soft-air guns and encouraging them to rapid fire BB pellets at parked cars in Islandia, Hauppauge and Commack.
Airline passengers are facing travel troubles. The Federal Aviation Administration has furloughed 47,000 workers because of federal budget cuts.
Some girls dream about prom night and the perfect dress for years leading up to their senior year of high school, but picking out a beautiful dress is suddenly getting ugly with social media in the mix.
Mike and Gabrielle Fehling said a cryptic application process is preventing some from getting the money they need to survive.
The Garden commissioned a tree house architect to sculpt over a dozen different types of trees into the ‘Sandy Remix’.
A man was struck and killed by a subway train early Saturday at the 72nd Street and Central Park West station.
The health scare persisted Saturday morning, after city officials announced that patrons at a West Village restaurant may have been exposed to hepatitis A.
Bright, colorful and sometimes wacky hats sat atop the heads of adults and children as everyone mingled and checked out the homemade creations.
Francis delivered a plea for peace in his first Easter Sunday message to the world, decrying the seemingly endless conflicts in the Middle East and on the Korean peninsula after celebrating Mass along with more than 250,000 faithful.
A push is underway to ban dogs from a public park because some people believe that they are making too much of a mess.
Nearly a dozen families woke up without a home on the day before Easter, after a raging fire gutted several Perth Amboy buildings.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said about nine people die every day in accidents caused by distracted drivers.
They are scams that cost the public millions of dollars a year. Companies are preying on parents and students, tricking them into thinking there’s an easy way to pay tuition.