The 9/11 Museum is preparing to receive the remains of unidentified victims of the attack on the World Trade Center, according to a published report.
The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum was set to mark the 72nd anniversary of the attack at Pearl Harbor with a special ceremony Saturday.
Some victims of Superstorm Sandy were wondering when they would be able to go home at this time a year ago, and many were still waiting a year later.
It was whole new nightmare for a Freeport family that was trying to rebuild after Superstorm Sandy.
Surveillance cameras captured two possible suspects entering the building at West 111th Street near Broadway on Monday night.
Police on Sunday were searching for a robber who is wanted in 14 broad daylight robberies in Brooklyn – many of them targeting victims 65 or older.
Danny Mantle, the son of late Yankees legend Mickey Mantle, is putting his father’s 1960 contract on the auction block to benefit victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Fairview, N.J., police Chief Frank Del Vecchio is used to fighting crime on the streets, but he has now decided to take to the streets and run to help those still recovering from Superstorm Sandy.
Help for Superstorm Sandy victims looking to cut through insurance red tape stopped by a traveling forum in Manasquan, N.J. this week.
Police in the Morris County, N.J., borough of Mendham said they likely have some solid leads on whoever damaged a church monument dedicated to child sexual abuse victims.
Cat Guarnieri has been feeding victims of Hurricane Sandy since the storm hit. Nearly two months later, she and a group of volunteers called “The Yellow Team,” are supplying more than 3,000 hot meals every day.
Some helping hands in New Jersey have offered hope for a better new year following Superstorm Sandy.
Connecticut State Police are asking anyone who wishes to assist the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre and their families to contact the state’s 211 Infoline.
Hundreds of Superstorm Sandy victims in the Rockaways filled a church looking for help and answers from officials Wednesday night, but many walked away even more frustrated.
New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn on Tuesday announced a five-point plan prescribing tougher penalties for sexual predators.