The moving exhibition has been on the road since Sept. 11, 2012, bringing the story of the terror attacks to all parts of the country.
Family and friends of those who died read the names of the nearly 3,000 people killed in New York, at the Pentagon and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
There are conflicted feelings in New Rochelle after Ray Rice, a local hero, has fallen from grace.
A private U.S. plane with an unresponsive pilot crashed into the ocean off the coast of Jamaica Friday after a journey of more than 1,400 miles.
Franklin Reyes, 18, was charged with assault, reckless endangerment, unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, reckless driving and unlicensed driving, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said.
The statement came as investigators released reports and 911 recordings from the Aug. 25 shooting of Charles Vacca, 39, at the Last Stop range in White Hills, Arizona.
Peter Gialluisi, 67, and his wife were stabbed multiple times after they encountered an intruder when they returned to their home at 80 Venus Place shortly before 10 p.m. Sunday, police said.
When many New Yorkers are heading out of town for Labor Day weekend, President Barack Obama is heading not to the city, but to Westchester County for a pair of events.
An upcoming visit to the area by President Obama has tongues wagging in Westchester, where some are wondering whether the president is considering a move to New York.
As people from across the city and country gathered for Saturday’s march on Staten Island in support of Eric Garner and his family, they vowed never to forget all the victims of what they call, police brutality.
We’ve all seen deer, but the doe Shirley Lowell spotted in the woods near her yard in Danbury last weekend was something else.
Catholic leaders are worried about embryonic stem cell research using aborted human fetuses.
Residents are calling tattered, dirty, and shredded American flags above several Brooklyn stores a slap in the face to Old Glory.
Some really big movies have been filmed in Westchester over the last several years. Now, the county film office hopes to cash in on small-screen productions and lure more television shows to town.
The storm is over, but there’s a new problem in the air for Long Island residents