Mechanical failure, human errors, and acts of terror pose a constant threat to commercial airliners, and with three international airports in the New York area, the possibility of a devastating crash is constantly looming.
Air Force week is coming to New York City on Aug. 19 and to get ready, the Air Force will be giving the public a bit of a preview of what’s to come.
The cab carrying 60-year-old Suzanne Nicholson and her grandson, 11-year-old Gabriel Larsen, was crushed after the chain-reaction wreck early Saturday morning on the Long Island Expressway.
About a half dozen men were gathered in a small conference room just off the lobby when a verbal argument turned violent.
Owners of New York City’s signature yellow cabs sued Wednesday over plans to let livery cars pick up passengers on the street outside the heart of Manhattan, turning to a court on the eve of an expected vote to put the proposal in action.
LaGuardia Airport will now provide expedited screening to qualified passengers. The TSA pre-screening means that you don’t have to take your shoes off, you can keep your belt on and you don’t have to open up your laptop.
“He’s a wonderful, great man. He’ll do a great job,” said pilgrim Ann Brana.
Alexandra Schmid, who has worked for the TSA for four years, allegedly swiped the cash from the passenger’s jacket as it passed through an X-ray conveyor belt around 8:25 p.m. Wednesday in Terminal 4.
A team of specially-trained dogs are hard at work at Kennedy Airport but they’re not sniffing out bombs and drugs, they’re looking for food.
Kareem Ibrahim was sentenced Friday in Brooklyn federal court eight months after being convicted of conspiracy.
Kareem Ibrahim was convicted last year of plotting with three other men to destroy the airport by igniting its fuel supply.
Authorities say a college student from China was arrested trying to carry a combination stun gun and flashlight onto a plane in New York City.
The woman, who is in her 60s, told CBS 2’s Kathryn Brown a nearly identical story about her experience going through security JFK last weekend. In fact, she was on the same flight as one of the other women.
Lenore Zimmerman’s family plans to sue the TSA after, she says, she was taken to a private room and told to pull down her pants.
Between Wednesday night’s Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center and a visit by President Obama, commuters were better off sticking to mass transit.