From humble pushcart to hipster food truck, New York City street food isn't what it used to be.
New York City school children slimmed down during the past five years, according to research results published Thursday.
The U.S. attorney's office said dinnerware belonging to Saddam Hussein and the former royal family of Iraq was illegally imported into the U.S. and bought on eBay by an arts organization for an exhibition at a Manhattan restaurant.
A Midtown Manhattan elevator accident killed a woman and injured two others on Wednesday, according to a report.
After attempting to have a child for seven years, Manhattanite Michal Lura Friedman finally became pregnant with fraternal twins nine months ago, only to die shortly after they were born, the Daily News reported.
The Supreme Court declined on Monday to review a state court's ruling that religious groups in New York could not use public school facilities for worship services, even outside of school hours.
From the NYC bar scene to the pub crawls in Chicago, it can be hard to find an affordable place to get a few beers without breaking the bank. Here, see the top bars from San Francisco to Honolulu that sport the best deals in America's 10 most expensive cities.
Facebook is holding a media event Friday afternoon with Facebook's CMO, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Your favorite food cart may soon get a letter grade to tell you just how clean it is. Queens State Senator Jose Peralta is planning to introduce a bill this week that will propose just that, according to various published reports.
An off-duty New York City police officer came to the rescue after a passenger attacked a flight attendant on JetBlue Flight 832.
City Comptroller John Liu's troubles keep growing as new allegations of improper fundraising practices continue to surface in connection with his budding 2013 mayoral campaign, but Queens political types offer varying appraisals of his political future.
A man has been arrested within the past 24 hours on allegations that he planned to build and explode a bomb in New York City, the New York Times reports.
More than 150,000 New York City public school students could be taking public transit to school for the first time if the local school bus union follows through on a plan to strike immediately.
The 2012 New York City Michelin guide has been released, noting sevenNew York restaurants as exceptional.
New York City's legislative branch is crawling with politicians who are under state and city investigations, accused of various corruption and fraud crimes or allegedly engaged in unethical behavior.
New York City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez has cuts on his face and hand, but he is out of jail, and is spreading the harrowing tale of his violent arrest early Tuesday morning during the police raid of the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Manhattan's Zuccotti Park.