FBI Director Wray: Russia Continues To Sow Discord In United StatesHe says Russia continues through fake news and propaganda to "spin up" Americans on either side of hot-button issues.
Manhattan Mailman Delivers Final Heartfelt Message Ahead Of RetirementBefore he retires at the end of the month, there’s one last message he wants to deliver: Open your heart to others and listen.
Lawmakers Demand Transparency About Cooling Towers Linked To Legionnaires’ DiseaseA current cluster of cases has already killed one person and sickened 17 others.
Queens Man Desperately Searches For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed His MomOn July 1, a trip to the grocery store turned tragic when Drags Krstic was hit by a car near Myrtle Avenue and 60th Street, just a few blocks from their home in Ridgewood, Queens.
LI Police Officer Injured By Alleged Drunk Driver Says Crash ‘Changed My Life Forever’Nassau County Police Officer Willard Gomes said he’s lucky to be alive, though he’s still recovering from his injuries.
White House Clarifies President Trump's Comment On Russian CyberattacksThis is the second time in a week there has been confusion over what the president meant to say regarding Russia.
16-Year-Old Boy Shot Dead In East New York, BrooklynRelatives identified him as Justin Richey and said he just celebrated his 16th birthday the day before.
VIDEO: Father With Young Son Pulls Knife On Another Straphanger On SubwayCellphone video shows the suspect going on an expletive-laced tirade, waving the weapon and spitting at the straphanger before getting off the train.
Beach Underneath Brooklyn Bridge Opens To Public For A Few HoursKayaks made with cardboard and tape raced in the waters to raise awareness about the small stretch of Manhattan’s coastline under the bridge that’s usually closed.
N.J. Community Split Over Plan To Convert Parking Spaces Into Mini ParksThere’s about to be even less parking downtown once four spots are converted into “parklets” at the end of the month.
Third Child Dies Following 5-Alarm Fire In Union City, N.J.Late Friday night, officials said two other children remained in critical condition, along with a woman.
Blueberry Picking Season Peaks In Garden StateBlueberries have become New Jersey's No. 1 crop, with a production value of nearly $84 million a year.