A published report Thursday said the city has agreed to a $40 million settlement to the five men whose convictions were overturned in the rape and beating of a woman in Central Park in 1989.
New York City teachers have been accused of everything from incompetence to patronizing prostitutes. But when the city has tried to fire them it has heard officers say “no” 60 percent of the time.
Brooklyn as a punchline? Forget about it. From real estate to job creation, New York’s most populous borough is hot and getting hotter. That means amazing opportunities, but also big challenges.
Moldy trash remained in homes that were still abandoned 20 months after Superstorm Sandy, and residents have demanded a cleanup.
A state senator and Queens community leaders say they’re fearful after another patient escaped from Creedmoor Psychiatric Center.
A toddler was recovering in the hospital Wednesday afternoon, after she nearly drowned in a backyard pool in Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
Some apps can be lifesavers, but others can be time wasters that leave you disconnected from the world.
Police said Monday that a stabbing that left a 6-year-old boy dead and a 7-year-old girl injured in a Brooklyn apartment building might be related to an earlier deadly stabbing nearby.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has responded to a CBS 2 exclusive, opening a review after the discovery that medical billing company M.D. Manage left sensitive information out in the open.
The New Jersey medical billing company M.D. Manage has been implicated in a huge data breach, with sensitive information from hundreds of local residents posted on the Internet for everyone to see.
Republicans lined up on Capitol Hill Thursday, hoping to push out Shinseki.
Casinos are a jackpot of billions of dollars and thousands of jobs to begin with. And for the Catskills, a chance to reclaim the glory days of the old lavish resort hotels.
New Yorkers were talking Thursday about Mayor Bill de Blasio’s $41 billion plan to preserve or create affordable housing.
Federal authorities have charged 71 people in the New York City area in what officials called one of the largest-ever roundups locally of people who anonymously trade child porn online.
An enthusiastic emergency medical technician from New Jersey got the attention of the pop star Rihanna, after a video of him dancing behind the wheel went viral.