Italian Americans celebrated their culture and heritage at the 69th Annual Columbus Day Parade in New York City.
Colorful costumes filled more than 30 blocks of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan Sunday.
A fire broke out Sunday evening in a jewelry store in the heart of Midtown.
Those who walked along the east side of Central Park Saturday could expect to hear oompahs and see Lederhosen.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Wednesday that the forfeiture of a Midtown Manhattan office building allegedly controlled by the Iranian government shows the U.S. means business in sanctions against Iran.
Two pedestrians were killed, and three others were injured, in four separate accidents this weekend in three boroughs of New York City.
Police in Upper Manhattan on Monday were looking for a man who attacked not one, but two pedestrians, with a hammer to the head.
Edith Windsor, the plaintiff who filed the lawsuit that led to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the Defense of Marriage Act this week, will be among the grand marshals for this year’s New York City Gay Pride parade.
A thief walked into Tiffany’s on Fifth Avenue a well-dressed man, and walked out a wanted man.
The nation’s largest Puerto Rican celebration drew an estimated 1 million spectators on Fifth Avenue Sunday.
The National Puerto Rican Day Parade is set for Sunday, and police have advised the public that several roads will be closed in Midtown and on the Upper East Side.
Seven people were injured including a small child after an SUV apparently lost control, plowed onto the sidewalk and into pedestrians in Midtown Friday afternoon.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the mayoral hopefuls were all on hand for the celebration of Israel.
The National Greek Parade stepped off at Fifth Avenue and 64th Street and continues its march up to 79th Street.
Bright, colorful and sometimes wacky hats sat atop the heads of adults and children as everyone mingled and checked out the homemade creations.