The lawsuit was filed Wednesday and seeks class action status on behalf of current and former soccer players who competed for teams governed by FIFA and several U.S.-based soccer organizations.
The worker was about 100 feet below ground between two tunnels when a pipe fell on his leg, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said.
Residents of the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn have set up a “Dog Walkers Hall of Shame,” in an effort to catch those who fail to clean up after their pets on video or camera and post them online.
Actor and comedian Robin Williams was found dead Monday in his northern California home, in what was suspected to be a suicide.
Meanwhile, Rob Astorino is demanding to know what the panel found and where the evidence has gone.
The Rev. Al Sharpton gave a passionate speech Wednesday evening, as friends, family members, and community leaders came together to remember Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who who died while in police custody after a struggle.
A New York state appeals court has ruled that a Long Island father used reasonable force when he spanked his 8-year-old son for cursing at an adult.
Businesses along West Park Avenue right near the Long Beach train station say a strike will hurt, even if it’s short.
Police on Long Island are investigating a report of a body part found in the yard of a home in Hempstead.
A driver of an allegedly stolen minivan lost control Wednesday and struck a mother and two children on a sidewalk in Flatlands, Brooklyn, killing one of the girls, police said.
The allegations against Barclays were contained in a securities fraud lawsuit that Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced at a Manhattan news conference Wednesday.
Fans were bedecked in red, white and blue Monday evening, as the U.S. took on Ghana in the World Cup.
911 recordings released Wednesday show confusion and disorganization at a dispatch center being notified about a fire at a Staten Island convent.
Federal authorities have charged 71 people in the New York City area in what officials called one of the largest-ever roundups locally of people who anonymously trade child porn online.
Officers said they got the call of a man wearing red shorts climbing the bridge at around 12:20 p.m.