Police are looking for three teenage girls who they said attacked two women and stole their purses in the Bronx.
The pope will make stops in Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia during the eagerly awaited September visit.
In a detailed analysis, AARP accuses the utility of trying to shift certain expenses to ratepayers, many of whom, they claim, cannot afford it.
A New Jersey woman who has been feeding the hungry for generations is getting ready to retire.
A 10-year-old Queens girl is dead after collapsing at a summer day camp.
It’s called “resistant starch” or the “skinny carb” — and it’s being hailed as a fat-burning breakthrough.
A search was under way Monday night for suspect tin a wheelchair who held up a bank in Astoria, Queens.
She says the interaction with the two men happened in a matter of seconds, and after being punched, she didn’t even have time to react.
The arrest comes at the same time that the NYPD is on high alert, concerned about a possible ISIS-inspired terror attack in the United States this holiday weekend.
For the first time in its history Monday, the New York City Rent Guidelines Board voted in favor of a rent freeze on one-year rent-stabilized leases.
A ban on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, officially went into effect in New York state on Monday.
Fire marshals believe someone intentionally started a fire and vandalized a church community center in Woodhaven, Queens.
A man stood charged Monday with calling in nearly a dozen bomb threats at John F. Kennedy International Airport, and threatening to kill both police and travelers.
The three members of a New York state board considering minimum wage increases for fast-food workers said the wage should rise, though they haven’t immediately determined how high and when.
In all, Guarnaccio received eight service medals for his valor that day 71 years ago.