Faithful from around the globe are arriving in Rome for the historic canonization of two popular popes.
Despite the pontiff’s popularity, surveys show church attendance has not increased in the year Francis has been pope.
Her story inspired a bestselling book called “Empty Mansions” – the mysterious Manhattan millionaire who acquired masterpieces by Monet and Renoir, and hung them in lavish homes she chose not to live in.
Cardinal Dolan sheds light on the Holy Thursday tradition of the washing of the feet as a New Jersey Catholic school reenacts the Stations of the Cross.
Christian Rouanet, a tourist from Belgium, was among at least five people who were struck by falling ice following a spring freeze.
The NYPD has disbanded a unit that drew widespread criticism for reports that it conducted broad surveillance on Muslim neighborhoods.
In the country’s most complicated airspace, allocating runways at JFK and at LaGuardia Airport is like piecing together a puzzle.
The boy was with his aunt at around noon on Beverley Road and Flatbush Avenue when the shooting took place.
Pope Francis made the off-the-cuff remarks after coming under criticism from victims’ advocacy groups for a perceived lack of attention to the problem and ongoing demands that he sanction bishops who covered up for pedophiles.
Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered all flags lowered Wednesday in honor of NYPD Housing Officer Dennis Guerra.
The move would be a departure from the belt tightening the City Council did over the past eight years.
Marcell Dockery is charged with assault, arson and reckless endangerment, police said. He lives on the 12th floor of the residential high-rise on Surf Avenue where the fire broke out Sunday, police said.
Selfies from another century are at the center of a monochrome mystery at Rutgers University.
The piece needed to fix a defective ignition switch linked to 13 traffic deaths would have cost just 57 cents, according to documents submitted by General Motors to lawmakers.
Best-selling author Michael Lewis told “60 Minutes” that super fast, computerized stock trading now controls more than half the market and raises the costs of stocks for everyday investors.