Photos and video from the scene show workers helping riders walk down to safety.
The body has not been identified or moved, police said. Two men went missing Thursday when an explosion and fire leveled three apartment buildings on Second Avenue at East Seventh Street.
The American Red Cross of Greater New York continued to offer a hand Saturday for those who were left homeless by the East Village explosion earlier this week.
Funerals were held on Sunday for the seven brothers and sisters who were killed in a tragic Brooklyn fire.
NYPD investigators are looking to test the blood alcohol level of 27-year-old Pedro Abad, the off-duty Linden police officer behind the wheel driving the wrong way on Staten Island’s Westshore Expressway.
Bridge and tunnel tolls will also go up by 4 percent for E-ZPass users and about 6 percent to 10 percent for cash customers.
Police in New Jersey say three off-duty officers were involved in a wrong-way crash on Staten Island that left one of the officers and a civilian dead and three others hurt.
Mayor Bill de Blasio promoted his plan to boost the performance of struggling schools by providing extra support during a visit to a Queens high school Thursday.
He said not having a female voice in on the issues is an insult to the women of the state.
A spokesperson for the testing company, Pearson, confirmed to The Washington Post that it will alert states when it finds test questions being posted publicly to the Internet, saying security maintains fairness for students as well as the integrity of the results.
The protesters are demanding $15 an hour and union representation.
Men and women from around the world convened at the United Nations headquarters before marching down to Times Square.
Sarah McTasney says eventually she would like to start an official group warning of the dangers of oil-filled railroad cars chugging through Rockland County.
Organizers of the “Selma is Everywhere” march were arm-in-arm at the front of the procession across the famed span.
Instead of moving graduation to the Prudential Center in Newark like many other schools, Fairleigh Dickinson University is trading up to the massive MetLife Stadium.