She grew up in Whitestone, but now it’s off Germany to be a finance officer. It has always been important to her to serve.
Two international shipping firms pleaded guilty to obstruction and other charges in connection with what the U.S. Attorney’s Office characterized as a pattern of falsifying records to hide the illegal dumping of engine sludge and oil-contaminated waste into the ocean.
An assortment of rare posters seized by the Nazis from a Jewish collector was up for auction in New York this weekend.
A New Jersey newspaper company has finally paid the award they said they would during World War II in 1944.
With the Jewish people to once again celebrate their survival with Passover, a New York City group hopes that we will never forget about the Holocaust, so we can say “never again.”
The drugs were allegedly hidden in chocolate boxes and rolled up in Persian rugs before being driven to Hamburg, Germany and shipped to New York, Los Angeles and Washington D.C.
Germany has agreed to pay new pensions to about 16,000 Holocaust victims worldwide who survived wartime ghettos or were forced to hide from Nazi persecution.
Some couples are adding their own pieces of hardware to the Brooklyn Bridge. A collection of love locks like the ones found in Paris, Budapest, and Seoul are starting to pile up on the New York City landmark.
The Eagle is carrying 140 cadets from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn., from which it departed in May for its 75th anniversary voyage to Europe.
Codey, never shy to speak his mind, didn’t disappoint when he stopped by WCBS Newsradio 880′s studios and spoke at length with afternoon drive anchor Wayne Cabot.
All over the Tri-State, people gathered to watch the US women’s national soccer team in the FIFA Women’s World Cup final, through moments of elation and despair.
A sure sign of summer is a nice juicy hamburger being cooked on the grill. But, before you put the ketchup on, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wants to make sure it’s safe.
After 11 years away, an army staff sergeant finally came home for the holidays.
A mail bomb that was intercepted in England apparently could have exploded over upstate New York, eastern Pennsylvania or southern New Jersey.
Ernest Michel credits a fellow prisoner with saving his life at Auschwitz. Decades later, he was reunited with the great nephew of his savior.
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