Colorado Theater Massacre Suspect Remains Jailed Many are still searching for answers following a devastating and deadly shooting at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater during a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises."
Clean-Up Continues After Massive Storms Pound Tri-State AreaThe powerful storms broke the heat, but left downed trees, power lines and other damage in its wake and knocking out power to thousands of customers.
Rangel Leads Espaillat In Primary Race After Additional Ballots Counted The 13th Congressional District race appeared decided last week on election night, with Rangel seemingly holding a sizable lead. But the vote margin shrank, leading some to wonder if state Sen. Adriano Espaillat conceded too soon.
Mayor Lauds Crackdown On Illegal NYC Hotels Frequented By Tourists Kathleen McGee, the director of the city's Office of Special Enforcement, said tourists who think they are getting a bargain are getting ripped off.
ACLU: CT Towns Keep License Plate Scan DataThe American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut filed a Freedom of Information Act request and learned that a police in ten towns compiled a database of more than 3 million license plate scans by patrol cars.
Resumes Are So Last DecadeNew York is taking on Silicon Valley and if you're looking for a job, especially in the high-tech field, the traditional resume might not be enough to get you in the door.
NYU Professor Reacts To New School LunchesEven when pizza is on the menu, school lunches are going to be healthier.
Feds To Close Red Hook Customs Inspection Station; Prices To Go UpLocal officials have managed to delay the closure of the Customs Inspection Station at the Red Hook shipping terminal, but they only have 90 days to convince the government to change its mind.
Bloomberg: Something Needs To Be Worked Out With OWS ProtestersResidents say they're fed up with all the noise and the garbage from the protesters.
9/11 Memorial Plaza Opens To The PublicThe plot of land known for a decade as "the pile,'' "the pit'' and "Ground Zero'' is opening to the public for the first time since that terrible morning in 2001
Schumer, King Say Parties Need To Set Aside Differences To Bring Jobs Back To AmericansCongress is reconvening this week for what could be a painful confrontation over how to put Americans back to work.
NYC Begins Clean-Up Of 'Not Enormous' Damage From Tropical Storm Irene"We are seeing some very serious consequences of the storm, including flooding and downed trees and power outages," Bloomberg said Sunday.
New York City Battens Down The Hatches As Irene Begins Her Run Up CoastMayor Bloomberg said that senior citizen homes, nursing homes and hospitals in low-lying areas "must evacuate" by 8 p.m. Friday unless they are able to show that their location or provisions for back-up power would allow them to stay safe.
Pop-Up Art Exhibit In Battery Park Pays Tribute To 9/11 VictimsOver 200 messages focused on peace, love and healing are strewn throughout the Garden of Remembrance in Battery Park as part of a new temporary art installation.
Poll: Consumer Confidence Getting Worse In New YorkFifty-four percent of New Yorkers say that their personal finances are suffering because of the high prices of gas and food.