NYPD Rescues Man After Fall Onboard Oil TankerA man aboard an oil tanker in the Atlantic Ocean was rescued by the NYPD Thursday after he was injured in a fall.
New Yorkers Chip In To Help Earthquake-Devastated MexicoThousands of Long Islanders have family in Mexico whom they have not been able to reach since the deadly earthquake this week – and now, many of them are doing all they can for the relief effort.
Long Island Joins Bid To Host Amazon's New $5 Billion HeadquartersState officials hope New York will be the home to Amazon’s second North American headquarters, which is expected to employ 50,000 people.
Tri-State Rescue Teams Arrive In Florida To Aid In Hurricane Irma ResponseGovernor Andrew Cuomo deployed the 106th Rescue Wing of the Air National Guard out of Westhampton Beach.
Police: 61-Year-Old Bystander Stabbed During Attempted Robbery Aboard Manhattan SubwayA man was stabbed during an attempted robbery aboard a southbound C train near Columbus Circle Saturday morning.
Statue Of Controversial Dr. J. Marion Sims Vandalized With Spray-PaintA controversial Central Park statue of a doctor who operated on enslaved women has been defaced by a vandal with spray-paint.
Queens Lawmakers Object To Cuomo's Manhattan Congestion Pricing IdeaGov. Andrew Cuomo is considering congestion pricing with no source of revenue to find the city’s aging subway system, and some lawmakers in Queens do not like the idea at all.
Half-Billion Dollar Jackpot Up For Grabs In Saturday's Powerball DrawingThere were no jackpot winners Wednesday, making Saturday's drawing the eighth biggest jackpot in lottery history.
New York Sen. Daniel Squadron Announces ResignationSquadron, who represents parts of Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan, said he plans to launch a national effort to enact better policies and curb corruption.
Police Investigate After Boy, 5, Nearly Drowns In Stamford, Conn. PoolA 5-year-old was fighting for his life Saturday, days after he nearly drowned in Stamford, Connecticut.
Senate Expected To Cut Amendment To Health Care Bill Affecting N.Y. County Contributions To MedicaidAn amendment to the U.S. Senate Republican health care proposal, which may have meant higher taxes or service cuts in New York state, will likely be dropped.
De Blasio Takes To Subway, Blames State For CrisisWith New Yorkers growing increasingly frustrated with the city’s subway service, Mayor Bill de Blasio took to the subway Sunday to talk about their concerns.