The executive in charge of FEMA’s insurance program has admitted that homeowners may have been cheated out of millions in insurance money.
Police said a Honda Civic was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes of the parkway when it hit a Honda Pilot head-on, killing 46-year-old Paul Duncan of Hartsdale.
Helping people find their towed cars is the idea behind a proposal being made in the city council.
We hear all the time about distracted driving, but a new study found just how common it is for people to be distracted while crossing the street.
The incident took place on 57th Street between 11th & 12th Avenues.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Thomas Prendergast says officials are reviewing safety practices at railroad crossings after an SUV drove onto the tracks and collided with a Metro-North train.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking state legislators for money for housing and other city needs.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday proposed a massive restructuring of the public employees’ pension system as he presented a budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year that does not respond to a judge’s ruling calling on the state to put an additional $1.57 billion into the system in the current fiscal year.
U.S. authorities said there was “no credible” evidence suggesting a mall attack was in the works after a video purported to be from Somalia’s al Qaeda-linked rebel group al-Shabab urged Muslims to attack malls in Western countries.
Scott LoBaido said he is on a mission to paint a three dimensional version of the American flag on one veteran’s post in every state.
After a fatal collision earlier this month between a Metro-North train and a sport-utility vehicle in Valhalla, new concerns have been mounting about the safety of other rail crossings in the region.
A central New Jersey woman had all but given up hope of finding her missing dog – until a remarkable reunion this week.
A poll released Friday morning indicated that New Jersey residents have soured on Gov. Chris Christie – with just 37 percent of registered voters saying they think favorably of him.
With his colleagues cheering, NYPD Chief Gerald Nelson walked out of Brooklyn North Headquarters in uniform for the final time Friday.
Two northern New Jersey men suspected in the burglaries of at least a dozen homes in Essex, Passaic and Bergen counties have been arrested.