Some kids on Long Island got a chance to take part in a fun competition and learn about science at the same time.
Cardinal Edward Egan was eulogized from the Fifth Avenue pulpit where he once preached.
New revelations about Brian Williams appeared in a New York Magazine article released this past weekend, including that the anchorman wanted to be a comic host and was even willing to leave NBC to do it.
The last store dedicated to selling classical sheet music has closed its doors.
Legal experts say the department is trying a new way to get their message out, but it tripped over its own tweet.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated a federal act by using a personal email account for official business.
Police said a Honda Civic was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes of the parkway when it hit a Honda Pilot head-on, killing 46-year-old Paul Duncan of Hartsdale.
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.
Police in New Britain, Connecticut on Monday encountered a man with what appeared to be a bomb strapped to his body at a credit union, after uncovering an alleged robbery plot.
A state lawmaker is introducing new legislation to prohibit the Off-Track Betting Corporation from building gambling parlors on Long Island.
A gang member convicted in the killing of a 10-year-old girl at a christening learned his fate during a sentencing hearing on Friday.
Democrats are assailing former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani for questioning President Barack Obama’s love of country.
Residents said they are grateful that the door is finally fixed but they said there are plenty of other problems with the building.
Newly released records show four commissioners at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey were allowed to bypass regular security lines and received other perks when they flew out of airports run by the agency.
Medina, who describes herself as a citizen journalist, began broadcasting the images live to the Web from her phone for four minutes, until a police officer came over.