NYPD Officer Shooting Updates: Bronx Manhunt Underway After New York City Housing Authority Incident
Both officers were being treated for injuries. One suspect was dead and several others were in custody, reports said.
A massive blizzard that paralyzed much of the U.S. East Coast has come to an end, but the clean-up is far from over as residents struggle to get back to their routines. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Winter Storm Jonas Snowfall Totals: 2016 Blizzard Buries New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington, DC
The storm dumped massive amounts of snow across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Washington, D.C.
Demonstrators decried an Ohio grand jury's decision not to indict white police officers in the 2014 shooting death of a black 12-year-old.
Some 20,000 city employees will now qualify for six weeks of paid time off, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
These bars have got you covered for the final Republican presidential primary debate of 2015.
NYC ISIS Threat Update: New York Unveils App To Help Fight Terrorism With 'See Something, Send Something' Campaign
The app is free and is part of a new “See Something, Send Something” campaign aimed at encouraging New Yorkers to alert the authorities of potential threats.
Christmas In New York City 2015: ISIS Terror Threat Coincides With Rockefeller Tree Lighting, Holiday Markets, High Tourist Season
Thanksgiving and Christmas are normally festive times in America's largest city, and many New Yorkers and visitors are determined to keep them that way.
Kenya's Mary Keitany won her second consecutive title in the New York event that attracted more than 50,000 runners this year.
New York City Halloween Parade 2015 Live Stream: Watch The Greenwich Village March On TV For All Hallows Eve
Whether you march in the ghoulish procession or watch it on TV, the Greenwich Village parade is sure to be spooktacular.
After months of anticipation, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio endorsed Hillary Clinton Friday.
“I am extremely, extremely tough on illegal immigration. ... If I were running things, I doubt those people would have been in the country," the presidential candidate says.
New York City Democratic Presidential Debate Watch Party 2015: The Best Bars, Restaurants To View First Sanders Clinton Showdown
If you're a New Yorker who wants to "feel the Bern" or have a beer with "Chillary Clinton," check out some of the best bars and restaurants to watch the showdown.
Here's a roundup of New York City places to eat, drink and celebrate a cherished German tradition.
Almost 2,000 PSEG customers were left without power in New Jersey's Bergen County, including towns such as Hillsdale, Westwood and Woodcliff Lake.
Feast Of San Gennaro 2015 New York City Guide: Little Italy Festival Events, Food, Schedule And Celebrity Guests
Feast of San Gennaro festivals take place each year in major U.S. cities across the country. But the celebration began on the historic streets of Little Italy in New York City.
There's a full calendar of New York City events to say your goodbyes to the season.
New York Medical Marijuana Dispensaries List: Health Department Chooses Five Companies To Legally Grow, Sell Pot
These five companies on Friday were awarded licenses to grow and sell medical marijuana at their intended facilities in several New York counties.
The Big Apple has the fifth-highest average beer price in the world, according to GoEuro's Beer Index.
Lincoln Tunnel Closed After Buses Collide, Causing Traffic Jams And Injuries In Manhattan-Bound Tube
The accident caused at least 18 injuries and hourlong delays on one of the busiest routes for commuters entering and leaving New York City.
A brick from an Upper West Side building broke off and landed on a woman and child.
New York ISIS Bomb: Noelle Velentzas, Asia Siddiqui Arrested For Allegedly Plotting To Set Off Bomb After Being Radicalized By Islamic State
The arrests came after a long undercover operation by the FBI.
While the northeast is getting hammered by another snowstorm, parts of the south could see blizzard conditions by next week as well.
While the record officially dates back only to 1994, it likely goes far beyond that.
The longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent died in a crash on the West Side Highway in Manhattan Wednesday night.
Wondering where to spend Valentine's Day dinner in New York City? Check out one of these romantic restaurants.
Blizzard Juno Flooding: Who Is Vulnerable And How To Prepare As Northeast Coastal Areas Hit With Icy Floods
Strong winds and gusts up to 55 mph pushed water up from the Atlantic and the worst flooding was expected to come as high tide hit Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities cleared the plane after searching for explosives.
New York City landmarks dimmed their lights Tuesday night, while protesters chanting "black lives matter" marched the streets.
King, Graham say cop-bashing by the media and government officials must end.