Comedienne: I Had Shows Canceled Due To My Sexual OrientationThe show was kosher. The food was kosher. But apparently the comedienne wasn't.
Phone Scammers Pose As Social Security Administration To Dupe Victims Out Of MoneyWestchester's Department of Consumer Affairs is hearing from people worried about the latest twist to the old scam.
Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing On N.J. Golf CourseThe Federal Aviation Administration said a Mooney M-20 aircraft landed at the Paramus Golf Course at around 12:15 p.m. The plane, which was headed to Poughkeepsie, reportedly had engine trouble.
Embattled NYCHA Holds Citywide 'Fix Blitz' As Controversies MountThe blitz comes the same week that the mayor met with the HUD Secretary Ben Carson, and just before the deadline to report to a federal judge about the city's handling of the agency.
Caught On Camera: Jewish Man Targeted In Williamsburg Sucker-Punch AttackAuthorities did not release any specific information about the incident, but said they are investigating an attack that was reported on Throop Avenue around 6 p.m. that night.
Lawmakers Want 'Cyber Flashing' Outlawed, Call For Jail Time For Anyone Doing It Imagine a lewd image popping up on your phone from a complete stranger.
Citi Bike Announces Plan For Massive Expansion In New York CityLyft, which purchased the company which operates Citi Bike, is injecting $100 million to go big.
Gov. Cuomo Makes No Apologies, Says He's Fine With How State Performed During Last Week's StormWhere was Gov. Andrew Cuomo? It's a question some people were asking during Thursday's paralyzing snowstorm.
Issues On George Washington Bridge During Snowstorm Could Have Given Terrorists A New PlaybookPeople have been buzzing that Thursday's snowstorm has put the spotlight on how one traffic bottleneck could give terrorists ideas on how to paralyze New York City.
DOT Catching Grief For Wider Bike Lane On Skillman AvenueThere is controversy over wider bike lanes installed in a Queens neighborhood. Some say it's creating calm for cyclists, while others say it's creating chaos.
Parents Endure Worried Night As Storm Delays Children's Return HomeThe storm left thousands of New York City students stranded on school buses, with many of them not getting home until late in the evening.
NYC Pilot Program Allows Vehicles To 'Talk' To Each OtherNew technology that allows vehicles to talk to each other is being tested in the Big Apple. They're called "connected vehicles."