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Threatening letters addressed to Mayor Michael Bloomberg in both New York and Washington, D.C., have been found preliminarily to contain ricin, police said Wednesday.
As the picture of destruction in Moore, Okla., riveted viewers to TVs across the country, some communities around New York were especially interested and sympathetic.
The numbers are in – New Yorkers are dishing out double for what most of the country pays for electricity, and if Con Edison gets its way, the rates could jump even higher.
The Hudson River shoreline was a little tidier Sunday afternoon, after more than 100 clubs and organizations took part in the second annual Riverkeeper Sweep.
Some merchants on Wednesday were protesting against the idea of raising the minimum age to buy cigarettes in New York City, saying it would severely damage their bottom line.
These five up-and-coming stand-ups are far from dull and taking laughter to a whole new level — whether it’s revamping a live late night talk show, creating improvised podcasts, or dishing out psychic advice.
Spring cleaning shouldn’t stop with the house. Read on for New York City’s best purveyors of housemade, artisanal soaps.
If you’re looking for a few different ways to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day, check out our list of top six Earth Day events around New York City
Three New York City boroughs made the top 10 list for the most expensive places to live in America.
The Northern Lights may make a rare appearance in the Tri-State Area Saturday night, according to experts.
One woman says this was something she always wanted to do when she was a kid, making it even more fun to do as an adult.
A former New York City transit worker filed a lawsuit Wednesday, claiming that he faced “a campaign of hostility” toward his Muslim faith on the job.
The next time you dial the area code, you might reach someone who lives outside the city — not even in New York state.
If you place a toll free call at one of 5,000 pay phones in Manhattan between now and May 26, you will get a free history lesson on what life was like in the city 20 years ago.
It may technically be spring, but yet another snowstorm was expected to hit Monday, prompting a winter weather advisory for New York City, Long Island and much of New Jersey.