Five flight attendants were injured Thursday when a flight headed for Beijing had to return to Newark Liberty International Airport due to heavy turbulence.
A 125-foot deck barge washed ashore in Nassau County after the tugboat towing it off Atlantic Beach lost control in a large swell and sank, the Coast Guard said.
As her husband lay dying a gunshot wound to the head, Jamie Friedland made a frantic 911, pleading for help.
An NJ TRANSIT train was stranded with no power or operational heat for nearly two hours Tuesday, after live power wires came down on the train and caused delays of up to 45 minutes on several lines.
Officials are evacuating some floors of 140 West 51st Street due to concerned over high levels of carbon monoxide in the smoke.
Crews worked quickly to rescue the postal worker, who got stuck in four feet of ice water on Shrewsbury Drive in Monmouth Beach.
The nation’s second-largest discount retailer said Tuesday that an unidentified number of gift cards sold over the holidays were not properly activated.
The problems are being blamed on overloaded systems and weather troubles in some parts of the country.
Crowds in the know have been drawn to Macy’s to see the “special Santa,” an African-American Santa Claus tucked away in Santaland at the Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square.
Purses and other valuables left out in plain sight have made women easy targets for crooks looking to make a quick score at fitness facilities.
The Secret Service says it is investigating a credit- and debit-card data theft at Target stores.
A pileup involving at least 30 vehicles snagged the Gowanus Expressway in southern Brooklyn Tuesday evening, leaving at least eight people with minor injuries, authorities said.
In Far Rockaway, Queens, water has been collecting in the streets for months.
An annual bar crawl known as SantaCon that features people dressed as Santa Claus drinking their way through the city has been blamed for stopping traffic, clogging streets, and wreaking havoc around Manhattan.
For most people the holidays are the season of giving, but for burglars it is the season for taking.