Cardinal Edward Egan was eulogized from the Fifth Avenue pulpit where he once preached.
For the first time, we’re hearing from the elite team of first responders who helped evacuate a plane that skidded of the runway at LaGuardia International Airport Thursday.
Officials were investigating to find out exactly what happened late Thursday, after a Delta Airlines flight skidded and crashed through a fence as it landed at LaGuardia Airport.
New guidelines for the stop, question and frisk policing method were released to NYPD officers this week, and the patrol union said the guidelines will make the officers’ jobs more difficult.
A teenage computer whiz from Staten Island stood accused Friday of hacking into the records at his high school and changing his grades.
FBI agents arrested three Brooklyn men for allegedly attempting to travel abroad to join the terror group ISIS, with one man agreeing to kill President Obama if ordered to, according to authorities.
Police in New Britain, Connecticut on Monday encountered a man with what appeared to be a bomb strapped to his body at a credit union, after uncovering an alleged robbery plot.
Shocking video captured a school guard in Midwood, Brooklyn hurling another man who entered a yeshiva while children were inside.
There appears to be a security issue at a city-owned building where a woman was slashed in the face.
It sounds like the bargain of the century. A historic Westchester mansion filled with antique architectural details can be yours fro $125,000.
Among the chores that officials envision drones performing: aerial photography and mapping, crop monitoring, and inspections of cell towers, bridges and other tall structures.
Sens. Charles Schumer and Richard Blumenthal spoke at Grand Central Terminal, the departing point for the Metro-North Railroad train that crashed into a car earlier this month in Valhalla, in Westchester County.
Sources told CBS2 the livery driver had a valid taxi license, but he had two moving violation convictions last year and nine cleared suspensions for previous violations.
The interview with the military newspaper Stars and Stripes took place last Wednesday, before Williams’ on-air apology and several days before he announced he was temporarily stepping away from the “NBC Nightly News.”
Five passengers were killed in the Metro-North train accident and fire this week when the electrified third rail dislodged from the tracks and entered the lead car.