Police on Tuesday were asking the public to help them find a woman who allegedly stole a man’s camera, laptop and wallet after he invited her up to his hotel room on the Lower East Side.
There’s only one rule to keep in mind when traveling: If you don’t take photos, it didn’t happen. (That, and don’t drink the tap water.)
When it comes to cameras, there is a wide array from which to choose. Consider these factors before making your next camera purchase.
Jeremiah Watt captures people dangling off boulders and surfing down mountains, highlining between cliffs and deepwater diving into the abyss. We asked Watt for his top tips for taking amazing adventure photographs, and here’s what he had to say.
Cameras in a Connecticut convenience store captured a minivan barreling through the front door.
A New York City police officer was arrested and charged Monday, reportedly on allegations that he falsified documents about his own arrest of a freelance New York Times photographer.
If you only use your built-in camera, you are missing the opportunity to shoot better photos.
NFL vice president of business operations Eric Grubman said last summer that the cameras were coming. They have arrived.
A $50 gadget saved a Chelsea man from losing thousands of dollars worth of electronics to a burglar.
Surveillance cameras installed in Atlantic City’s jitneys a year ago have proved to be a valuable tool for law enforcement.
New Jersey Turnpike Authority executive director Veronique Hakim says she’ll know by next month how much money has come in as a result of the crackdown. Officials estimated that $16 million was lost to exact-change cheats last year.
Nassau County Police are thanking a quick thinking cab driver who they said helped catch two men accused of a brutal beating and robbery.
According to investigators, the suspect approached the 39-year-old Florida man as he walked near East 60th Street at about 7 p.m. Monday night.
A New Jersey family is thanking a would-be robber’s fashion faux pas for putting a stop to a crime in progress.
Incidents in the last few years have raised questions over whether lithium-ion batteries — commonly found in computers and phones — could pose a security risk.