In New York, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, joined the Ukranian Congress Committee of America, and New Yorkers with loved ones in Ukraine to discuss the ongoing crisis.
She told the court that her employer said that it would be to her benefit to lose her job so that she could collect unemployment while serving jury duty.
Youssef Abdel-Gawad was released on $25,000 bail. He must wear an ankle monitoring bracelet.
Some Park Slope, Brooklyn drivers were surprised by a dramatic uptick in tickets issued by the NYPD for failure to yield to pedestrians.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has a plan to improve police-community relations. It includes asking officers to address people as “sir” or “ma’am,” be patient and avoid such things as gum chewing and using a cellphone.
State officials on Thursday announced an agreement in which the State University of New York may pull out of the struggling Long Island College Hospital, but a new health care provider will take over.
Police are investigating after they say five masked men stole 16 watches valued at more than $700,000 from the Cartier store on Fifth Avenue.
There will still be a bulls eye on over-sized sugary drinks and tobacco, but Dr. Mary Bassett said she wants city residents to be on board with those restrictions.
Police were searching Saturday for a suspect in the fire that gutted a tanning salon in Selden, Long Island, early on Christmas Day.
A crowd gathered in Times Square Saturday to shred their bad memories of 2013 – literally.
Stan Brooks died Monday of cancer at his home surrounded by family. He was just one month shy of his 87th birthday.
The fire broke out around 5:45 a.m. Friday in a building on East 8th Street near Beverly Road in the Kensington section of the borough.
Mike Noble’s dog Sheila was shot at by a man attempting to force his way into their apartment in a Chelsea housing complex.
Nassau court officers collected about 1,000 teddy bears to hand out to children with cancer.
The homes in Islandia were built by the Long Island Home Builders Care Development Corp. specifically for returning veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.