Attorney Benjamin Crump said at a news conference Tuesday that attorneys objected to St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch’s decision to call a grand jury and not appoint a special prosecutor.
The announcement in Ferguson, Missouri Monday night that a grand jury has decided not to indict the police officer involved in the shooting death of Michael Brown sent protesters on the move in New York.
On Sunday, the New York City Uniformed Firefighters Association helped hundreds of local kids who lost a parent in the line of duty.
Batman and Robin voiced opposing views at a City Council hearing on a new proposal to regulate costumed characters in Times Square, which would require they be licensed and pass background checks
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Republican challenger Rob Astorino are making their final push in the race for governor before Election Day.
The driver of the tour bus involved in a crash in Times Square this past summer will not face criminal charges.
An 18-year-old Bronx man with a long rap sheet was arrested this past weekend, after he allegedly attacked a newspaper vendor and then tried to rip a police officer’s gun from its holster right in Times Square.
India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, spoke to a crowd of 18,000 from the world’s most famous stage and from the reaction he got; you would think he was a rock star.
Hundreds of participants will be riding stationary bikes in the crossroads of the world throughout Friday to raise money for rare cancer research.
The NYPD had an impromptu meeting with costumed characters in Times Square Wednesday night.
Another costumed character was arrested in Times Square Tuesday, after reports that she was aggressively demanding tips.
The post includes bomb-making instructions and a list of ingredients, even how to pack it with shrapnel, WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reported.
The NYPD said two men, one dressed as Batman and another dressed as Spider-Man, were arrested after a brawl with another man at the Crossroads of the World.
The aggressive behavior of some costumed characters in Times Square has left many people feeling that ‘there oughta be a law.’
At least three people wearing McDonald’s uniforms were hauled away by police officers after standing in the middle of a busy street near Times Square Thursday morning.