Mayor de Blasio Booed At Dominican Day Parade Over Immigration Policy RemarksMayor Bill de Blasio was booed Sunday as he marched in the annual Dominican Day Parade.
Haiti Launches First-Ever Tourism Ads In Tri-State AreaHaiti has begun what officials said was the first TV advertising campaign aimed at encouraging Americans to vacation in the poor Caribbean country.
Brooklyn Native Elected In Utah As First Black Woman Republican Ever In CongressA Brooklyn native was elected in Utah this week as the first black woman Republican in ever in Congress.
Jets' Nelson: Geno Smith's Work Ethic Has Earned Him Team's SupportJets wide receiver David Nelson said Sunday that despite critics saying stats don’t make Geno Smith look like the franchise quarterback, Smith’s worth ethic has earned him the team’s support.
American Archaeologist Claims To Have Found Remnants Of Shipwrecked Santa MariaAn American archaeologist says he's located what's left of the famous vessel, lying in the ocean since 1492.
It's Last Week For 26 Schools In New York ArchdioceseAs the Archdiocese looks to consolidate and streamline for long-term viability, 45 percent of the some 4,000 displaced students will reportedly not return to Catholic schools.
Stories From Main Street: Stamford-Based AmeriCares Helps Those In Need Around The WorldWhether it's a tornado in Oklahoma, a tsunami in Japan, or an earthquake in Haiti, whatever the disaster is, chances are that many of the relief supplies came from a 50,000-square-foot warehouse in Stamford, Connecticut.
Yankees Bring Smiles To Children Of Haiti's Earthquake During HOPE WeekThe New York Yankees may have lost to the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday, but some kids from Haiti who lost just about everything were big winners as HOPE Week continued.
9/11 First Responders Heading To Haiti To Help Orphanage In NeedHEART 9/11, a group of New York City first responders, is continuing its effort to help others in need by leaving for Haiti on Sunday.
Connecticut Keeps Helping Japan Through Stamford-Based AmeriCaresAmeriCares president Curt Welling told reporters that the third delivery of medical and hygiene supplies is now on it's way from Toyko to Sendai.
Stories From Main Street: Donations Quadruple At S.I. Charity Following '60 Minutes' ProfileFor fifteen years, Elissa Montanti has, in relative obscurity, run the Global Medical Relief Fund from a makeshift office in her walk-in closet.
Officials Confirm 3 Cases Of Cholera In NYCNew York City officials have confirmed that three New Yorkers contracted cholera while in the Dominican Republic for a wedding.