Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says the 300-member unit will focus on preventing thefts of smart phones, computer tablets and people’s financial resources.
Three Navy ships and two Coast Guard cutters are scheduled to arrive in New York Harbor Wednesday morning, the start of the week.
The latest 48-hour ticket blitz, which began at midnight on Tuesday, follows last week’s distracted driving initiative as part of Mayor Bill de Blaiso’s signature “Vision Zero” plan.
Eliceo Cortez was found in good health in the area of Oriental Boulevard around 7 a.m. Monday, police said.
My immediate reaction was, “Who cares?” That is a legitimate question when deciding what stories to cover and which ones to ignore on any given day. I did not care…but plenty of people did.
Surveillance cameras captured a man stealing packages seconds after a delivery on the Upper West Side, and one neighbor decided he had to take action.
The National September 11 Memorial Museum is being dedicated Thursday before opening to the general public May 21.
President Barack Obama visited the Tappan Zee Bridge on Wednesday as he announced a series of measures aimed at improving the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.
City Councilman Ras Baraka declared victory Tuesday evening in the race for Newark mayor.
The Mets aren’t going to miss Derek Jeter. Not on the field, anyway. Just look at these numbers: .368 average with 13 home runs and 43 RBIs in 84 games.
New York is now a cycling city.
The Ramnarine family said someone set up a fake fundraising website in their daughter’s name following her death in a car accident on Sunday.
Forty were killed this year, compared with 60 during the same period last year, and those injured by vehicles dropped by 8 percent.
A man seen on video luring a stray cat, patting the cat on the head and then viciously kicking it in the stomach– sending the feline sailing 20 feet through the air, was arrested Monday afternoon.
“In the midst of life, we are in death.”