A man who escaped police custody was later captured by Newark officers, authorities said Thursday.
The NYPD’s deputy police commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism said the gunman who killed two Virginia journalists on live TV was a “classic injustice collector.”
A professional gambler accused of cheating an Atlantic City casino out of $9.6 million by seeking an unfair edge at cards says the casino has its own method of gaining an advantage.
According to authorities, the teen made numerous phone calls reporting suspicious odors and smoke conditions, which proved unfounded.
Statue Cruises is the only line that takes tourists to the island, but their COO, Michael Burke, said illegal vendors are shiphoning off potential customers with lies.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and other city officials announced a major capital commitment Thursday to protect Lower Manhattan from flooding.
An Arizona man was indicated Thursday on charges of helping a New York college student get ISIS training in Syria.
The railroad is rolling out a $388 million double track project to add an 18-mile line of track to the busy Ronkonkoma branch.
There was plenty of lobster at the Land And Sea Fish Market in Mount Sinai, but none of it is from the Long Island Sound.
A New Brunswick, New Jersey teacher was late for work 100 times, but will keep his job.
You may have to show your ID to buy a big soda if a new bill becomes law.
The dress disappeared on June 6 or 7 when Slionski and her new husband spent one of their first nights after the wedding at the famed Waldorf Astoria hotel.
Lindenhurst homeowner Michelle Insinga, who runs several Sandy recovery Facebook pages, said dozens of people began complaining about getting suspicious emails.
A Brooklyn mother of two who was followed and attacked as she walked home from work is talking about the terrifying ordeal.
For the first time ever, one billion people used Facebook in one day this past Monday.