Faithful Explain How They're Dealing With Ash Wednesday, Valentine's Day DichotomyOn this Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday, the faithful spoke about how they were handling the dichotomy of observances.
Ash Wednesday Marks The Beginning Of Lent On Christian CalendarLent is a 40-day period of prayer, penance and sacrifice in preparation for the celebration of Easter.
Brooklyn Federal Judge Rules Against Trump In DACA CasePresident Donald Trump's administration didn't offer "legally adequate reasons" for ending DACA, a judge ruled Tuesday as he ordered the program to continue.
Ahmad Khan Rahimi Gets Life In Prison For Chelsea, New Jersey BombingsAhmad Khan Rahimi, the man convicted of setting off bombs in Manhattan and in New Jersey in 2016, was sentenced to multiple terms of life in prison on Tuesday.
‘I Will Kill Your Family’: Suit Details Alleged Threats Made By Harvey WeinsteinThe sale of the Weinstein Company is being blocked by a lawsuit filed by New York's attorney general.
Suspect Facing Arson, Other Charges In Hamilton Heights FireJelani Parker, 34, was arrested in connection with the fire last year that left dozens of people homeless, authorities announced Friday.
Police Search For Suspect In Stabbing Deaths Of Brooklyn CoupleThere was still an active crime scene Thursday on Winthrop Street in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, where police towed the car that neighbors say belonged to the couple.
Investigators Smuggle Drugs, Weapons Into 2 City Jails During Undercover ProbeA Department of Investigation probe has found gaping holes in security at city jails.
New Report Sheds Light On Cost Of MTA MegaprojectsA new report says a lack of oversight at the MTA led to soaring construction and labor costs of megaprojects.
City Council Holds Hearing On NYCHA Heating BreakdownsThe hearing follows weeks of NYCHA boilers breaking down or struggling to produce heat and hot water during frigid temperatures.
20 Flu Deaths In One Week Bring Connecticut's Total To 52The state Department of Public Health released a weekly update on flu statistics Thursday reporting that the disease continues to be widespread in the state.
Report: New York Construction Fatalities Going UpConstruction deaths in New York state hit a 14-year high in 2016, according to a new report issued Wednesday that recommends greater state and local enforcement of workplace safety rules.