“That’s clearly not true, Mr. Murdock acted without any motivation for money when he brought this to the attention of Rutgers in June of 2012. It’s Rutgers who didn’t act,” said attorney Barry Kozyra.
The New York City Department of Health said anyone who ate dessert at the Alta Restaurant, located at 64 W. 10th St. between March 23 to April should get a Hepatitis A vaccine as a “precautionary measure.”
A bizarre security breach at John F. Kennedy International Airport will have everyone talking soon enough.
Dina Perez, 56, got off a southbound F train at the 18th Avenue station around 2:40 a.m. when the man attacked her, police said. He fled with unspecified personal items he stole from the woman, police said.
A smoothing over of some cobblestone streets has some preservationists ready to rumble.
The work began Monday and is expected to continue for about 10 weeks on Staten Island.
The grim and sad search for human remains in the debris from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks resumes Monday.
Flames leaped from home to home, quickly spreading through row houses in Perth Amboy. The blaze swept through five homes in total.
History has been made in New York City schools — with all-girls wrestling. Some girls used to wrestle on boy’s teams, but now they finally have a league of their own.
In an exploratory analysis, Dr. Bharat P Bhatta writes that the so-called pay-as-you-weigh model can be “technically and economically feasible.”
Workers at a store in Burlington County, New Jersey, were thrust into a big spotlight late Sunday, as they just heard from a man who told them he is holding the winning ticket for the $338.3 million Powerball drawing.
The demonstration comes as the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on two cases this week.
It could be your chance to see how the stars live. The Architectual Digest Home Design show lets you step inside the pages of a luxury home magazine for an up close look at the gorgeous goods.
An upstate New York family was bowled over, after a tag sale purchase fir a mere $3 turned out to be worth $2.22 million.
An Israeli citizen and A Hoboken man were both arrested Sunday for allegedly making separate false bomb threats at Newark-Liberty International Airport.