Jury Deliberations Begin In Norman Seabrook Bribery TrialJurors will have to decide whether they believe the allegations that Seabrook took kickbacks in exchange for directing millions of union pension dollars to a shady hedge fund.
Democrat Phil Murphy Wins New Jersey Governor’s RaceMurphy faced off with Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno in the race to replace outgoing Gov. Chris Christie.
NYPD Says 2010 Rape Allegation Against Weinstein 'Credible,' Gathering Evidence For Arrest WarrantNew York City police investigators believe a 2010 rape allegation made against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is "credible'' and they are gathering evidence to seek an arrest warrant.
FBI: Terrorist Planned To Continue Killing Spree On The Brooklyn BridgeFederal prosecutors filed terror charges late Wednesday against the suspect in Tuesday's attack in Lower Manhattan that left eight people dead.
'This Was An Act Of Terror': 8 Dead, More Than A Dozen Injured When Truck Strikes Pedestrians In Lower ManhattanA suspect was shot by police and is in custody.
Woman Found 42 Years After Vanishing In Sullivan CountyA woman who vanished more than 40 years ago in the Castkills has been found.
Back Stories: On The Ground In A HurricaneReporter Alex Silverman recalls being in the Battery during Superstorm Sandy.
MTA: Emergency Subway Repairs Will Be Cut If MTA Doesn't Pay UpThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is threatening to cut back emergency subway repairs if the city does not cough up hundreds of millions of dollars.
Murder Trial Begins In 2015 Slaying Of NYPD OfficerDemetrius Blackwell, 37, has pleaded not guilty to aggravated murder and other charges in the death of NYPD Detective Brian Moore.
Murphy, Guadagno Spar In Final N.J. Gubernatorial DebateRepublican candidate Lieutenant Gov. Kim Guadagno and Democrat Phil Murphy tackled the main issues on the minds of voters Wednesday night.
Activists Hang Pride Flag On Undisputed Federal Land After National Park Service Disowns Stonewall FlagpoleAfter the Trump administration suddenly pulled out of a ceremony to raise the first Pride flag on federal land, activists decided to take matters into their own hands.
Child Injured After Bull Runs Loose In Prospect Park, BrooklynThere was a high-speed cow chase in Brooklyn. 
City Passes New Laws Restricting Hookah BarsNew York City has a set of tough new laws designed to crack down on hookah bars and keep kids away from the smoke.
National Park Service Withdraws From Ceremony Dedicating NYC's First Permanent Pride FlagThe National Park Service suddenly withdrew sponsorship of New York City's first permanent Rainbow Flag, which now flies high near the historic Stonewall Inn.
Comptroller: 1 In 7 New York State Bridges Are Structurally DeficientHundreds of bridges across New York are in bad shape, and it is not clear if the money to fix them will be available.