Famous Painting Stolen In World War II Returned To Owner's FamilyA nearly 100-year-old painting, stolen by the Nazis in 1941, has been returned to its rightful owner.
Hundreds Of Volunteers Help Feed The Needy As Tribute To Victims Of 9/11While Tuesday was a somber day of reflection for people across the country, volunteers climbed aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to turn grief into service.
Komen Greater NY Race For The Cure Runs Through Central ParkDespite soggy conditions, thousands of people turned out to help fight breast cancer in Central Park on Sunday.
Exclusive: Illegal Dumping Turns East New York Neighborhood Into Rodent And Bug-Infested NightmarePeople living in an East New York neighborhood say they're fed up. Their streets have turned into a illegal dumping ground.
Woman Says Colon Cancer Diagnosis Should Be Wake-Up Call To Young PeopleA young New Jersey mother in her 30s has been diagnosed with colon cancer. She couldn't believe it, but now she wants everyone to hear her story.
Rockaways Residents Wonder Aloud: Where Is My Mail?!?Many people in the Rockaways are wondering where their mail is. The U.S. Postal Service blamed bad weather when deliveries were delayed during the winter. But what's the excuse now?
In Wake Of Sex Abuse Scandal, 'Mass Of Forgiveness' Held At Churches Across NortheastSunday marked the first time many Catholics returned to church since a shocking new report about priest sex abuse came to light.
DOT Proposes 700 Percent Price Hike To Park In Queens LotCommuters who live in the Rosedale section of Queens say it's a deal to park in one lot and jump on the Long Island Rail Road into Manhattan.